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City Youth Match Reports 11 November 2018

See how your team did, read the latest City Youth match reports here.

Managers, don't forget to Text the Press Secretary, Terry Edwards by 11:00 pm on Sunday with your Result and Match Report. Text 07443541477.

St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 11th November 2018

 

HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

The 8 North played an entertaining game away at Bedwell Rangers Milan which saw quite a few goals from both sides and scoring those for the 8 North were Stanley Seymour 2, Akexander Gow 2 and Alfie Miles whilst Charlie Nolan was voted man of the match.

Toby Thompson, Toby Sumner and Hugo Perez-Landrove scored the goals for the 8 South in there away match against Bengeo Tigers Bengals with goalkeeper Zac Johnson making some incredible saves during the game.

In a very close competitive home match between the 8 Lions and Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers which saw plenty of goals with Joshua Jury, Edward Beard and Matthew Denning all getting on the scoresheet for the Lions.

Toby Russ scored two goals for the 8 Gladiators in there away match with Watton Youth Dragons with the whole team being named man of the match.

Both Ashton Bolding and Lucas Thomas had great games for the 9 South as they took part in a very close against Bengeo Tigers Bengals.

At home to Bengeo Tigers Sumatrans were the 9 West and scoring goals for them were Bertie Bachman with four fine finishes whilst Paolo Iacobucci netted an excellent brace.

The 9 Orient who were away to Bury Rangers Stripes saw Uros Skipic score two goals whilst Billy Stone scored one and there was some great passing from Zak Stamp and Harry Dennis in this excellent team performance.

There were goals a plenty in the game between the 10 South who were at home to Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks and man of the match for the 10 South was Daniel Tiffen who hit a terrific hat-trick and he was well supported by Ronnie Wilton who also hit three goals as well.

Away to Lemsford Youth Tigers saw the 10 East take part in a closely contested match in which the keeper Nikhil Jagota for the East gave a fine performance between the sticks in that he quite a few crucial saves. The man of the match went to Will John who was awarded the title after a excellent all round performance in that he was always positive in looking to go forward and take on the opposing team.

At home to Ware Rangers Stripes were the 10 Central and they took part in a very scoring game with both teams finding the net on a regular basis. Scoring for the young Saints were Daniel Oldfield 3, Sam Peacock 2, Joshua Gibson 2, Max Haylock and Hayden Mistry.

Away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Jaguars saw the 10 North also take part in a match with plenty of goals and Zac Imam started the ball rolling with a super left foot shot whilst Dylan Eccles added number two with a cracking header following a corner kick. Josh Cassidy scored a third goal with a spectacular free kick into the top right corner. Eddie Johnson added two more goals with him being well supported by Henry Tse, Olic Fan and Ted Stebbens whilst Josh Hirst slid home goal number six after a killer pass from Oliver Ajaegbu.

The 10 Central played Bedwell Rangers Wanderers at home and scoring goals for the young Saints were Edward Callum 3, Thomas Noble 2, Thomas Banks 2, Daniel Hart, Ethan Parsons and George Canaway.

Again the 10 Romans formed a strong shield in their match against Wheathampstead Wanderers Panthers away and Han Boodhun scored two goals whilst Ross Hayden and Alex Matchett scored one apiece.

At home saw the 11 East take on Bury Rangers Reds and following an evenly match game which saw both sides score a few goals and scoring them for the East were Leon Rainey 2, Vince Di Girgenti, Matis Walton and Danny Quinn. The man of the match went defender Arthur Rennie-Sivell.

Away to Ware Rangers Santos were the 11 North and scoring goals for the North were Ethan Evans with two fine efforts whilst Jacob Standing, Simon Bobrowski and Charlie Yeo all scored one each.

The 10 West renamed the 11 West played 11 Victoria away and scoring goals in this high scoring match were Will Stone 3, Otis Lau-Johnson, Glynn Howells, Jack Burke, Conor Dwyer, Michal Glowaki with man of the match Oscar Roe also scoring one. Ollie Shadbolt. Jack Johnson and Freddie Nelson-Thorpe also played well.

Scoring two goals apiece for the 11 Centurions in their home match Wheathampstead Wanderers Cougars were Rory O'Connor and Zach Thomlinson with the Centurions all giving a outstanding team display.

The man of the match for the 11 Orient was awarded to the hard-working Edward Jones in there away game against Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks.

At last a change of opponents name from Wheathampstead to Welwyn Pegasus Blues which saw the 11 South play and getting on the score-sheet were Harrison Smith, Raf Fortuna, Thomas Denyer, Jacob Thomas and Theo Price.

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

In the 1st round of the Challenge Cup saw the 18 West make sure they progressed to the next round with a 6-4 victory over Abbots Youth Blue at home following a very tight and close exciting game. Scoring the goals were Adam Johnson with three goals whilst Gideon Rowland also popped up with a hat-trick as well.

Also playing in the Challenge Cup were the 18 Orient and they were at home to Harpenden Colts Hawks and the match stayed competitive until the last 10 minutes when the Orient conceded two late goals to lose 2-0. The man of the match was goalkeeper Jamie Dunham who had a great game between the sticks.

In division 1 of the WHYL were the 16 Central and they were away at Watford Youth Sports Red and for the first 20 minutes it was a very tight game but then somehow Central switched off and conceded three goals in quick succession to go 3-0 down. Just before half time Ben Sommerbauer headed powerfully home following a Matt Roome corner kick to give them some hope in the for the second period, but Watford struck back early in the second hall to score another two goals to go 5-1 up. Then Matt Roome latched on to a long through ball from Callum Cornish whereupon he drilled it low into the back of the net to make it 5-2. Watford though scored another goal with 10 minutes to go for Central to eventually lose 6-2. The man of the match went Ben Sommerbauer who was great in defence and he stole forward to go on and score a great goal.

At home to the 16 West were the 16 East and the East went onto win 5-1 with Nasir Zaman scoring a brilliant hat-trick whilst Anton Nicolas -Sahota struck a fantastic brace to round-up the goalscorers for the East. Scoring for the West was David Joyner with Charlie O'Donnell being named as their man of the match. The man of the match for the 16 East went to Danny Anderson, a Vince Hilaire for the modern age!

The 16 Orient lost 6-0 at home to Watford Youth Sports Blue with Joe McCarthy having a good game at centre back and also in the midfield when he pushed on forward.

In a very close game with quite a few goals in saw the 16 North go down by the odd goal in seven when they lost 4-3 away to FC Hemel with Gowthaman Selvarajah scoring two goals whilst Alex Kouda got one. The man of the match went to the hard-working defender Nathan Morris.

At home to Hemel Youth were the 15 Boreal and the ripped through the visitor’s defence to go on and win 6-1 with goals from Tom Durrant, George Hall, Tom Randall, Oscar Ryan, Harry Sweetman and George Sippetts.  No man of the match because the whole team played brilliantly.

Away to Chorleywood Hurricanes saw the 15 South take part in a hard-fought game and despite the South being on the back foot for most of the match they restricted Chorleywood to few clear chances. With only a minute to the South won a penalty which was confidentially converted by Sam Hicks to give the South a 1-0 win and also their first league win of the season. The man of the match went to Alex Lawlor who created several chances with his incisive passing from midfield.

The 13 West were at home to Hemel Youth Blue and after trailing 1-0 early into the game they hit back to go on and win 7-1 (Tezza missed this one as he was watching the under 7's). Lewis Bullock scored the equaliser and then a great strike from Dylan Doyle from the right with the Hemel keeper just watching the ball as it flew past him made it 2-1 whilst Charlie Clark added a third after he just waltzed around the keeper and calmly slotted home.  Isaac Templeton then added a fourth goal whilst a superb run down the right wing and cross from Theo Robertson for Charlie Clark to tap home which was his second of the match put the West 5-1 up. Isaac Templeton then scored a scorcher with a fine right footed shot especially since he is a left footed player.

Theo Robertson then setup Charlie Clark to complete his hat-trick with a fantastically weighted through ball to complete the scoreline for the West to win 7-1. The man of the match went to Cody Smith after he gave strong display in the midfield.

At home to Hemel Aces Tigers saw the 13 Orient turn the right card over to record a 4-2 victory with two goals from Jensen Dean plus singles from Arthur Merriden and Ollie Rattle whilst Joshua Palminteri picked up the man of the match title.

Playing Harpenden Colts Harriers at home saw the visitors not get off the ground as the 13 Central went on to win 4-1 with the hardworking man of the match Davide Iacobucci scoring to of the goals whilst both Sam Hunt and Matthew Penfold scored one apiece.

The 13 Boreal lost 3-0 at home to Evergreen Youth Jaguars with Tomasz Bogacki being named man of the match after he had a good game in the back line.

In the second round of the County Cup saw the 13 Victoria take on AC Finchley West away and the boys gave a perfect performance in which they played some super attacking football as they ran-out easy winners by seven goals to one. A goal from Ollie Mullen put Victoria 1-0 up with a tidy finish and then Alex Strazza hit goal number two with a fine individual goal and then Calvin Wyatt was fouled inside the box for a penalty which he took himself but his spot kick was pushed out by the AC Finchley keeper, but Alex Strazza was on hand to knock in the rebound. In the second half saw Reece Lia score a delightful hat-trick whilst Victor Nicholas scored with a lovely curling shot for Victoria's final goal of in their 7-1 win. The man of the match was awarded to Alex Strazza after he gave a dominant performance in midfield.

The 12 Arrows lost 1-0 to a late goal away at Abbots Youth Blue with Liam Powell being named man of the match after he gave an outstanding performance in defence and also supporting the forward play.

Playing Wheathampstead Wanderers Jaguars at home saw the 12 West hit back after trailing 1-0 to go on and win 3-1 with Jasper Button scoring the equaliser with a fierce strike following a corner kick from Charlie Rose. Man of the match Dylan Martin made it 2-1 and then a sizzling free kick from Charlie Rose which flew into the back of the net sealed the 3-1 victory.

In the Intermediate Cup preliminary round were the 12 Dragons but it was Bovingdon Thunder who were in a roaring mood as they went onto win 5-0 with midfielder Alfie Brown being named as man of the match for the Dragons.

 

HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

In the League Cup saw the 17 Girls play Kings Langley Youth Reds Girls at home and at half time they trailing 4-0 but they improved in the second goal which saw Alice Benson strike a wonderful goal which gave the Langley keeper no chance to make a save as the ball flew past her. The visitors struck another 3 goals for the 17 Girls to eventually lose 7-1 and the player of the match went to Alice Benson for her non stop running throughout the whole of the ninety minutes.

Also at home were the 16 Girls and they were taking part in the County Cup and they had no problems moving into the next round following a convincingly 9-2 win. Scoring all these goals were Mia Pinkham with a superb hat-trick and this was followed by two goals from Sophie Veal plus singles from Maz Horne-Batet, Jess Simpson, Sam Farrer and then finally one from the player of the match Katie Holder.

Away Garston Ladies Jaguars were the 15 Girls North and they lost 9-1 in the League Cup with player of the match Zoe Cowan scoring the Lady Saints consolation goal whilst Faye luckhurst also had a good game as well.

At home to Garston Ladies Panthers saw the 14 Girls North eventually lose 4-1 after they had been trailing at the break by one goal to nil. Esme Hume scored the goal for the 14 Girls North whilst defender Ruby Tickner was voted player of the match and she was well supported by Hope Hume.

The 13 Girls South went in at the break at home leading 2-1 against Berkhamsted Raiders Youth Girls Orange and in the second period it was was the same scoreline so the South went on to win 4-2. Maisie Humphreys scored a tremendous three goals with all them being real crackers whilst Ellie Langton netted the fourth goal. The player of the match was awarded to the midfield dynamo Emilia Fishwick.

At home to Pro Direct Academy Herts Girls saw the 13 Girls North drawing 0-0 at half time but in the second half it was a different story as Pro Direct scored four goals to go on and win 4-0. Having a good games for the North were Jasmin Fells, Lucie Kemp, Ruby Peacock and Freya Bolam.

The hard working Anna Metcalfe was named the player of the match for the 10 Girls North in their home game against Bedwell Rangers Girls Dragons.

Also at home on the next pitch were the 10 Girls Central and they played Evergreen Youth Phoenix Girls and scoring goals for the Central team were Emily Hall, Enya Brewster and Grace Noorian whilst Charlotte Black picked up the player of the match award for her non stop hard work during the whole of the game.

The 9 Girls played a friendly against the Clubs Under 7 Boys team and both teams played exceptional well and scoring a few goals for the girls were Matilda Flynn, Sophea Bridge, Alexa Johnson and Demi Hall with two. No news of the boys scorers.

 

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

In the Challenge Cup saw the 18 South play Enfield Town Youth away and at half time the hosts were winning 4-2 with both Harrison Arnold and Ross Weaver scoring a goal apiece for the South. In the second half it was a different story when the man of the match for the 18 South Harrison Arnold scored another three sizzling goals to take his tally to 4 for the match and then Ross Weaver scored another goal for the Saints to go on and win 6-4 following this tremendous fightback.

Away in the Blue Division of the WFL saw the 15 East play AC Finchley North and the East wind struck with force to win by five goals to nil. Hitting these goals were Joe Stone with two well taken efforts whilst there were further goals from Will Austen, Brandon Trainis and captain Sammy Gosine.

The Boreham Wood Youth Knights who were away at the 14 East proved they could win the joust between the teams by winning 3-0 and for the 14 East Ivan Raath who was making his debut for them was voted man of the match.

Away in the League Cup Group A were the 12 Orient and they were playing Hinton & Finchley Revolution Heroes and at half time Orient were trailing 2-0 but in the second half they produced a brilliant second half performance to a 5-2 victory. Scoring the goals were Alex Hails with 2 who was outstanding in midfield and Ollie Jay also scored two goals as well in the young Saints with Adam Oldfield scoring goal number five with a penalty in the last minute. The man of the match was given to Dima Gusev for his strong defensive display during the match.

 

EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE


 

 

 

 

 

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City Youth Match Reports 4 November 2018

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 4th November 2018

 

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

Away in the 3rd round of the League Cup were the 18 South and they were playing at HGS Academy and by half time the Saints had rattled in five goals to lead 5-0. In the second period more goals just kept coming and the final score at the final whistle was 12-0 to the South. Scoring these goals was Ross Weaver 5, Harrison Arnold 4. Lucas King 2 and one from Alex Banathy with the man of the match going to Scott Gentle who really worked hard in the midfield throughout the whole of the 90 minutes.

Another team in round 3 of the League Cup was the 18 Central and they won 4-2 away at Bushey Rangers with Harry Peters scoring two goals and this was followed by one a piece from Joshua Cross and Jack Latter and so it means they are through to the last 8 in the competition. The man of the match was goalkeeper Alex Good who made 3 outstanding saves during the match to stop Bushey from scoring any more goals.

At home to Whetstone Wanderers Jaguars saw the 16 South go in at half time 3-0 down which was a bit of a shock to them as they were hoping for three points but that is how the score remained for the rest of the match. The only good news came after the game when all the boys were presented with their new Club Jackets which were sponsored by Trevor Cosgrove.

The 15 North were at home to AC Finchley North in a Blue Division league fixture and they went on to storm to a 10-0 win with Tyler Cadiou-McCarthy scoring five of the goals. The other goalscorers were Mahin Miah 3, Daniel Curran and man of the match Jamie Kerr also scored one.

Away to Maccabi London Lions Blue were the 14 East and at half time they were losing 9-0 but they fought back in the second half and did not concede anymore goals so that is how the scoreline stood. The man of the match went to George Wilson.

In round one of the league cup saw the 13 South travel the short distance across town to play Harvesters North who play in two divisions above them and by the final whistle the South had lost 8-0. The man of the match went to goalkeeper Ben Huddlestone who made quite a few good saves and in doing so he stopped the score reaching double figures, I know Tezza was there and I saw him.

At home in the Challenge Cup to Whetstone Wanderers Jaguars were the 12 Orient and they moved into the second round when Bertie Postema scored a cracking goal to decide the cup tie with a 1-0 win to the Orient. The tenacious midfielder Oscar Noble was named man of the match for all of his hard tackling during the game.

Well we move onto the 12 Spartans and they were away to Boreham Wood Youth Lancers also in the Challenge Cup and they also move into the next round with a 5-2 win with Dewayne Mitchell scoring all five of the goals. Goalkeeper Connor Wood was voted man of the match. 

The third Under 12 's team the Vikings were also playing in the Challenge Cup but they lost 3-1 to Hendon United with Luca Callegari scoring the only goal for the Vikings whilst the man of the match went to Adison Meech.

Away to Omonia Youth Gold were the 9 East and scoring the goals for the young Saints were Ollie Lee 2, Maxim Ushakov 2, Bailey Fennel 2 and Alfie Stangster with Thomas Bridge being named man of the match.

 Moving up to Cyril Squirrel division from the Larry Lamb division were the under 7's and they were away to London Colney Colts Blue and scoring for the young Saints after a excellent team display were Edward Bailey 2, Jack Durrant and Henry Neville.

 

HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

The 16 Girls played Pro Direct Academy Enfield Girls away and drew 3-3 with both teams taking it in turns to be in front with Mia Pinkham scoring a great equalising goal for the match to end up all square at 3-3. Mia Pinkham also scored another goal early in the game whilst Sophie Veal also got on the score sheet during the second half. There was a Joint player of the match and it went Anna Gifford and Abbie Scanion.

The score was only 3-1 at half time for the 15 Girls as they were losing at home to Stevenage Borough Junior Girls Stars with Zoe Cowan scoring for the 15 Girls. In the second half despite them working hard they eventually ran-out 8-1 losers although captain Nicola Plumb led her team well and Faye Luckhurst worked hard as well.

Losing 3-0 at the break were the 14 Girls away to Potters Bar Crusaders Girls but they did fight back to win the second period 2-1 but it proved not be enough as they gradually went down 4-2 with Esme Hume and Kiera Ward scoring those second half goals. The player of the match went to the tough defender Ruby Tickner.

Away to Pro Direct Academy Herts Girls saw the 13 Girls North lose 3-0, no other information as come in.

At home in the County Cup were the 12 Girls North and they were playing Berkhamsted Raiders Youth Girls Green and the Lady saints moved into the second round after the gave a strong performance with the defensive line being solid at the back whilst they were also dominant in possession and also were deadly in there counter attacks which saw them in the end win 11-1. Scoring all these goals were Hannah Pope 3, Kaela Laming 3, Emilie Hicks 2, Marina McCullen 2 and one from Isla Evans. There was a Joint player of the match and it went Hannah Litton and Caitlin Adair.

Trailing 1-0 away to Harpenden Colts Hawks Girls were the 12 Girls South in their County Cup match tie but in the second half it was a different story once the player of the match Deenah Khan found her scoring boots as she hit a glorious hat-trick for the South to run-out 3-1 winners. Anna Cox their captain really spurred them on in the second period to victory.

Player of the match for the 11 Girls Teagan Scarlett struck five goals for them in their home match against Denham Utd Ladies Youth Wildcats with further goals for the 11 Girls coming from Scarlett Robb, Rebecca Smith and Gabby Bradley.

Player of the match Verity Lobina scored the only goal for the 10 Girls North in there very close game at home to Garston Ladies Tigers.

Holly Green 3, Roisin Cullen 3 Alicia Gibson 2, Lucy Hosty 2 and one from Emily Ball were the goalscorers for the 10 Central Girls in their away match at Berkhamsted Raiders Youth Girls Shooters whilst picking up the player of the match title for the Central Girls was Grace Noorian.

The 9 Girls started slowly as they adjusted to starting in less favoured roles, but it was end to end action throughout in there away game at a strong Watford FC Girls Yellow side but the girls grew in confidence and started to play some lovely football especially in the second half. Demi Hall finished nicely from the penalty spot which was won by Charlotte Luckhurst and there was also a goal for Jasmine Mercer plus two for player of the match Sacha Davies including a stunning solo effort. Great Team display from all of the 9 Girls.

At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Youth Girls Solar were the 8 Girls and scoring a goal for them was Liriel Macey.

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

If you ever play the 18 North you might thing you are seeing double when brothers George Piekarczyk and Henry Piekarczyk are playing as they are in deadly form right now as they both scored a goal apiece as the 18 North beat Chorleywood Archers away 2-0 as the hosts could not get there arrows out of their quiver. The man of the match went to Jack Hughes who was really on form.

In a match of many goals saw the 18 West come out on top by seven goals to four in their away match against Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers with the goalscorers being Adam Johnson 2, Gideon Rowland 2, James Knapp, Kishan Dhivar and Mazen Medhat.

The 18 Orient were 2-0 down at home at half time to Everett Rovers Yellow but they hit back to go on and win 4-2 with Kai Takahashi leading the way with two goals whilst both Matt Nash and Tom Keating scored one apiece. The man of the match went to Ettiene Hayward.

Away to Tornadoes JSC were the 16 West and after seven goals between them saw the Tornadoes just edge it by winning the game 4-3. Scoring for the West were David Joyner with two goals whilst Joe Fletcher netted one and central midfielder Matt Mooney was named man of the match.

In the Senior League Cup quarter-finals saw the 16 Central play away to their fellow club mates the 16 Orient and although the Central were missing two of there 1st choice strikers but Jack Percy made a welcome return after being out all season with a broken arm. After five minutes Jack Percy opened the scoring after receiving a neat pass from Jack McVeigh and then Matt Roome made it 2-0 whilst Myles Donkin made it three before Callum Cornish added one just before half time to give Central a 4-0 lead at the break. In the second period both Jack Percy and Matt Roome scored another goal each to take their tally for the match to two each and Central finally won 6-1 with Josh Hayworth scoring a late consolation goal for the Orient. The Central keeper Joe Moss was in top form in that he made some key saves at cruical times during the match.

The 16 North were away to Evergreen Youth in round one of the Junior League Cup  and despite the North battling away throughout the whole of the match they finally crashed to a heavy defeat with the whole squad getting a vote each for man of the match so it was decided it was a team effort for the award.

Also in the Junior League Cup were the 16 East and they took part in a tense away local derby with Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers and it was decided in the end by a very late goal from Freddie Collins which gave the East a 1-0 victory. Wheato defied the odds playing a team from a higher division and they pushed the Beast from the East all the way before that late goal from Collins decided the game. The man of the match went to Charlie ''Der Kaiser '' Barnett who was resuming his role at right back.

The 15 South were at home to Harpenden Colts Hawks and the saints got off to a slow start and they found themselves 5-0 down at half time and then early in the second half a vicious free kick from Tom Every found the back of the net for the South to pull one goal back but the Hawks hit back with two of their own to finish the match 7-1 winners. In the second period of play the South showed more commitment and fight and Sam Hicks worked hard and involved in most of the better moves during the second half and in doing so richly deserved his man of the match award.

No info from the 14 South other than they lost 5-0 away at Watford Youth Sports White.

Playing in round 2 of the Junior League Cup saw the 13 Central win 2-0 away to Sandridge Rovers Tigers with a goal apiece from Sam Hunt and Oli Taylor whilst Brandon Mitchell worked hard at the back to make the Central team kept a clean sheet and in doing so he earnt the man of the match award.

The 13 Boreal also played in the second round of the Junior League Cup and they won 4-1 away to Tring Tornadoes Tigers with Boreal showing some real quality football although not realising that they should have scored more goals. Scoring the goals were Toma Tashev 2, Jackson McArthur and Harry Muir whilst the man of the match was shared between Max Fearey and Tomasz Bogacki for doing all the hard work in the midfield and defence.

Also playing away were the 13 West and they had a match at Watford Town in the Intermediate League Cup and they went in at half time leading 2-1 with two goals from Charlie Clark whilst Ben Mitchell headed home goal number three early in the second half for the 13 West to go 3-1 up. Then it became the '' Charlie Clark '' Roadshow as he hit another 7 goals to finish the match with a triple hat-trick or in otherwise 9 goals which saw the West win 10-3. So the man of match of course could go only to one player and that would be Charlie Clark you guessed it right!  For Watford Town there man of the match must be their keeper who made some fines saves to keep the scoreline down.

Although the 13 Victoria out played the league champions and the reigning cup holders Harpenden Colts Hurricanes they had to succumb to a 2-1 defeat in a Senior League Cup quarter-final away from home. Scoring an equalising goal for Victoria was Reece Lia when he snuck in at the back post after Harpenden had taken the lead with a long range shot giving keeper Noor Dajani no chance. The Hurricanes only scored the winner in the last minute when they were awarded a very soft penalty. For Victoria both Alex Strazza and Ollie Mullen had powerful shots on goal which alas did not go in whilst picking up the man of the match title was Gabriel Urhoma.

Away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks saw the 12 South lose 4-2 with goals from Tom Jennings and man of the match Sam Estell who scored direct from a cracking free kick. The South missed loads of chances which would have either won them or drawn the match any other day.

The 12 Arrows were again finding there target when they defeated Aston Clinton Panthers 6-2 away despite the Panthers winning two penalties of which they only put one away. The Arrows were solid in defence and were very positive going forward and scoring those six goals for the Arrows were Fin Murphy 3, Luke Collins, Sam McGorrigan and Leon Negus-Roman. The man of the match was awarded to Cathal Gleeson.

 At home to Bovingdon Thunder saw the 12 Central who couldn't weather the storm as they eventually went down 3-1 with Jacob Pearson scoring Central only goal whilst Jake Lee was named man of the match.

With just about as many goalscorers as there was goals saw the 12 West beat Aston Clinton Cobras 10-0 at home with man of the match Jasper Button leading the way with a fine hat-trick. The other scorers were Charlie Rose, Josh Ladyman, Josh Woodley, Luca Turone, Casey Fletcher, Rory Graham and do not worry I had not forgotten you Tommy Morgan!

Playing Watford Town away were the roaring 12 Dragons and they won 6-0 with Josh Francois opening the scoring and this was followed by a brace from Steve Jacobs and a hat-trick from Mickey Napier. This was the 1st of 4 consecutive away matches and they put on a fantastic performance from front to back to win 6-0 and it could have double if it were not for the Watford keeper. The man of the match went to Harry Barnes who gave an accomplished performance at left back whilst Dylan Norman was also outstanding in midfield.

 

EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE

Well it was a good weekend for the St Albans City FC Eastern Junior Alliance Teams with all three winning and you could not wish for a better weekend than that. 

Let’s start off with the E.J.A 18's and they were at home to the league leaders Biggleswade Town who are unbeaten this season and both sides started brightly with some good football, but it was Biggleswade who struck first when their centre forward cut free into the box whereupon he calmly slotted the ball home. With 10 minutes to go before half time the Saints drew level when Nathan Hossen out wide on the left was brought down and from the resulting free kick 25 yards out saw RYAN ORDE step up and curl the ball into the top right corner to make it 1-1.The visitors continued to press and as the ball pinged around the six yard the Saints keeper Sam Galatis took a knock to his head and was replaced by his brother Zak Galatis in goal. In the second half again saw both sides looking for the winner and for the 18 EJA saw James Lawrence shoot narrowly wide before another break down the right saw EARL ATAT cross-cum-shot strike the foot of the far post despite the Biggleswade keeper getting a touch whereupon the ball rebounded into the back of the net for the winning goal and the match to end 2-1 to the Saints. The man of the match went to Ed Mann who stood in at left back and he did not put a foot wrong all game.

The 16 E.J.A. were away at Cockfosters E.J.A. and after only ten minutes play they found themselves 1-0 down but they quickly equalised after good work from Bradley Young who setup JACK McShane to fire home and for the score to remain at 1-1 at half time. In the second half following a good cross from Joe Vance saw BRADLEY YOUNG arrive at the back post and score with a thumping header to put the Saints 2-1 up. Cockfosters though hit back with ten minutes remaining to make 2-2 but the Saints went looking for the winner and got it in the last minute when BEN KIRBY drilled the ball low into the back of the net to give the 16 E.J.A. a 3-2 win.

The 14 E.J.A. played Saffron Walden E.J.A. at home in the league and the Saints tore them apart with a brilliant display of passing flowing football to go on and win 6-0 with goals from PEREZ WATERBERG who scored a tremendous hat-trick plus singles from BEN FREESTONE, JOSEPH BEARDON and JAKE BERRY.

FRIENDLY

The 10 West played the 11 Orient in a friendly today and won 5-3 with goals from Niall Rodrigues, Otis Lau-Johnston, Glyn Howells and two from man of the match Jack Burke. The rest of the 10 West squad was Ollie Shadbolt, Jack Johnson, Freddie Nelson-Thorpe, Rory Williams and goalkeeper Fin Murray.

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City Youth Match Reports 28 October 2018

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 28th October 2018

 

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

Away to Aldenham FC Excel United were 18 South and they were really in excellent form as they rattled in thirteen goals to go and win 13-1 with a brilliant performance from everyone. Scoring the goals were Harrison Arnold 3, Alexander Banathy 3, Ross Weaver 3, Harrison Doyle 2, Luke King and Joe Curran whilst Joseph Boyle just edged it to win the man of the match.

In Round 1 of the Challenge Cup saw the 16 South play away to Maccabi London Lions White and the Saints were missing five of their strongest players due to those Damm school holidays but with five minutes to go saw them winning 3-2 and then disaster struck as they conceded two goals to go on and lose 4-3. The man of the match went to Declan Jackson and the team did put in a very disciplined performance.

At home to Boreham Wood 2000 Red in round 2 of the Challenge Cup were the 15 North and they turned in a fantastic performance from the whole team to secure a victory against a much bigger and physical team. The North scored a goal just before half time to get the breakthrough and then kicking downhill in the second half with the wind in their favour they looked the far better side and hit another four goals to go on and win 5-0. Scoring the goals were Tyler Cadiou-McCarthy 2, Andrew Gentle 2 and Daniel Curran. For the man of the match they were spoilt for choice with four contenders but in the end, it was centre back Matthew Smith who got the nod.

A third team which took part in the Challenge Cup were the 15 East and they lost 12-1 to Enfield Town Youth enough said with Brandon Trainis scoring the East's consolation goal.

The 12 Spartans lost 3-0 at home to Go Stars Under 12's.  

The 9 East were at home in the Robin Hood section of the Watford Friendly League and they were playing Northwood Gold and scoring goals for the East were Carter Davies 2, Maxim Ushakov and Bradley Bailey with Jakub Miklas being named man of the match.

Also, at home were the Under 7's and they were playing Boreham Wood Youth Crusaders and the match saw plenty of goals and here is a list of the goalscorers Oscar Howlett 6, Eddie Bailey 5, Henry Neville 3, Isaac Smith 2, Seth Keaveny and Jack Durrant phew I thought the list would never end. I was told for one of the goals it included 10 passes before the ball hit the back of the net.

 

HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

The 18 Girls away to Kings Langley Youth Blue Girls lost 6-2 with Hannah Cowell and Jess Leigh both scoring a goal apiece for the Lady Saints whilst Anna Fuller picked up the player of the match title.

The 17 Girls could only field 8 players due the school holidays in their away game at Kempston Rovers Girls & Ladies but very sportingly their hosts dropped down to 9 players, but they still proved too strong with them scoring two goals in the first half and another four in the second period to go on and 6-0. The player of the match for the 17 Girls was Gracie Fletcher.

Away to Watford Ladies Harts were the 15 Girls and they fought out a exciting 3-3 draw with goals from Anna Marie Spears, Sophie Harrison and Nicole Plumb. Having a brilliant game was Francesca Bradley and in doing so was voted player of the match.

The scoreline at half time was 0-0 between the 14 Girls who were at home Potters Bar Crusaders and that is how it finished a draw but scoreline at full time was 1-1 with Kiera Ward scoring the goal for the lady Saints whilst Lily McMahon was named player of the match.

At home to Garston Ladies Lions saw the 13 Girls North win 5-1 with two goals from Abbie Bierman plus one apiece from Sarah Jane Spears, Viktoria Bogdanov and Blaze Wilding.

The 13 Girls South lost 4-1at home to Pro Direct Academy Herts Girls after the score had been 3-1 down at half time and it was player of the match Grace McMurray who scored the only goal for the South side.

At home to Harvesters Girls saw the 12 Girls North earn a creditable point after a hard fought 2-2 draw. On 7 minutes Emilie Hicks opened the scoring but Harvesters quickly equalized and then went 2-1 in front before Emilie Hicks scored another goal her second of the match to make it 2-2 at half time and that is how the score remained till the full-time whistle. There was a joint player of the match and it went Isla Evans and Hannah Pope.

The 12 Girls South were also drawing 2-2 at half time in there away game at Harpenden Colts Hawks Girls but at the final whistle they had gone down 4-3. Scoring all three goals with a fine hat-trick for the 12 Girls South was player of the match Deenah Khan

Away to Hoddesdon Town Owls Girls were the 11 girls and scoring goals in the first half on this very cold morning were Alessia Cipolla with a wonderful strike from distance plus captain Teagan Scarlett also netted one. In the second period saw Teagan Scarlett score another three goals to take her tally for the match to four. The player of the match went Michelle Lam whilst goalkeeper Vanessa Cipolla did well and kept a clean sheet following this great team performance

Mikayla Blessing was named player of the match for the 10 Girls North in there away game at Evergreen Youth Phoenix Girls.

Enya Brewster scored four goals for the 10 Girls Central as they played Hitchin Belles White at home whilst there were further goals from Emily Ball 2, Mia Di Trolio and Lauren Viney. The player of the match was given to the hard-working Aoife Flanagan.

Great all-round team performance from the 9 Girls who were at home against Bedwell Rangers Athletico Girls and the 9 Girls controlled throughout and were rewarded when Jasmine Mercer calmly finished a wonderful team move. Player of the match Olivia Wood bagged two goals in this impressive team effort, well played girls.

Away to Bedwell Rangers Dragons Girls saw Eden Boswell score a brilliant goal in the second half for the 8 Girls to roundup a excellent team display.

 

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At home to the Wheathampstead Wanderers Makos were the 18 North and they made sure with the north wind blowing that they got the right result with a 3-1 victory. Scoring the goals were Ben Dimmock and those deadly brothers who have really got an eye for goal George Piekarczyk and Henry Piekarczyk whilst the man of the match went to Victor Dehon.

Playing Hemel Youth Yellow at home saw the 16 Central cruise to a 7-0 win with goals from Callum Cornish 2, Daniel Onochie-Williams 2, Luke Hill, Adam Bahouss and Matt Roome. The man of the match was awarded to the hard-working central defender Elliot Smith.

Xavier Clements-Kelly struck an awesome goal for the 16 West in their home with EB Lions and David Joyner also got on the score-sheet but it was not enough for the West as they eventually lost 8-2. Central midfielder Matt Mooney was named man of the match.

Well at last I have got his full name which means now I can say Teddy Cave-Schmidt scored a good goal for the 16 North in their 2-2 draw away at Bushey & Oxhey Lions whilst Sam Parker also netted a sound goal as well. The man of the match was given to defender Nathan Morris.

At home to Sarratt Rebels were the 15 Boreal and they lost 1-0 following a very tight game and picking up the man of the match title was the versatile Jack Carmichael who can play in either midfield or defence.

The 15 South lost out to a physically strong Watford Youth Sports side and went in at half time 2-0 down and then early in the second period they were caught on the break to make the score now 3-0. The South failed to convert a penalty as they tried to fight back especially when not long afterwards Samuel Baker-Madec found the back of the net with a vicious shot for the south to pull a goal back. Late in the game though Watford added another three goals to win 6-1 which gave the scoreline a total unrealistic view. Jake Leech was a constant threat up front and fully deserved his man of the match award.

The 14 West lost 1-0 away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers and that is all I know!

Away to Kings Langley Red saw the 13 Victoria go down 8-2 with Ollie Mullins scoring both goals for Victoria and he also was named man of the match. Four of the goals Victoria conceded all came from corner kicks with Kings Langley having quite a few six footers in their team. Come on Victoria you need some manure in your boots to make you grow.

In round 1 of the Challenge Cup saw the 13 Boreal take on Tring Tornadoes Tigers away and Boreal certainly whipped up a storm of their own with a sizzling 8-0 victory. It was brilliant display from the boys as they dominated from the beginning to the end showing some quality football for the whole of the match. Man, of the match Luke Tunnicliffe scored a hat-trick and he was given the title for dominating display on the left wing like a real professional. The other scorers were Toma Tashev with a brilliant four goals which included some cracking finishing whilst Alex La Placa netted the final goal of the match.

Away to Aston Clinton Cobras were the 12 Central and it was them who had the sting in their tale as the young Saints went onto win 4-1 with two goals from Dean Blandon and two goals also from Josh White. The man of the match was given to wing back Joseph Golding.

 

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The 18 Girls were at home to Kempston Rovers Girls & Ladies and despite both halves’ being very close saw the visitors score a goal in each half to go on and win 2-0. There was a joint player of the match and it was awarded to winger Phoebe Skinner and centre back Charlotte Banks who both had exceptional games in these positions.

At home to Flitwick Eagles were the 17 Girls and they raced into a 15-minute lead when Alice Benson raced through the middle of the park and after going one-on-one with the Flitwick keeper she placed the ball into the bottom corner to give the 17 Girls a 1-0 half time. In the second half Alice Benson's pace was just too much for the Flitwick defence and she added 4 more goals to take her tally to 5 and give them a 5-0 lead. Flitwick did pull a goal back very late in the game which made the final score 5-1. Alice Benson was voted player of the match for outstanding attacking abilities whilst Zoe Chick also picked up a player of the match title after she gave a solid defensive performance.

Away to B.S.C. or Bishops Stortford FC Youth saw the 16 Girls romp to a 9-1 victory with plenty of goalscorers and they were Sam Farrer 2, Mia Pinkham 2, Maz Horne-Batet 2, Jess Simpson, Sophie Veal and Ellie Flynn. The player of the match was given to two players and they were winger Maz Horne-Batet and left footed defender Georgia McConachie.

The 15 Girls conceded two goals in each half at home to Welwyn Pegasus, but they did pull two goals back in the second period with Zoe Cowan netting both to make the score at one time 2-2 but Pegasus hit back to go and the match 4-2. The player of the match went to the strong tackling defender Lucy Schalkwyk.

Away to Bedwell Rangers Girls Stars in the Herts County Cup saw the player of the match Sarah-Jane Spears for the 13 Girls North strike a hat-trick in the North's 4-0 win whilst the other goal was scored by Abbie Bierman.

Despite the 12 Girls North losing 9-0 away to Hitchin Belles Blues there were still good performances from Hannah Litton, Hannah Pope, Isla Evans and Emilie Hicks.

There was better fortune for the 12 Girls South in their away game at Bedwell Rangers Amazons as they went on to win 3-0 with 2 goals from player of the match Deenah Khan and one from Stella Ekbald-Piscetelli.

There was another player of the match and that went to Erin Mill who unfortunately lists Arsenal as her favourite team.

The 11 Girls who played at home to Watford FC Girls Academy scored a fine goal through Scarlett Robb and were unlucky not to add more to their tally and the player of the match went to the solid defender Emma Bracey.

Another of the Girls team playing a Academy side were the 10 Girls North and they took on Pro Direct Enfield and the whole team worked hard so I am going to mention them all ok. Thegan Atwell, Amy Hargreaves, Masie Bierham, Sophie McMahon, Rachel Kincaid, Mikayla Blessing and Anna Metcalfe.

Away to Chorleywood Common Lions Girls were the 10 Girls Central and they had a good game with the following goalscorers Enya Brewster 4, Lauren Viney 2, Alicia Gibson 2, Holly Green and Mia Di Trolio. The player of the match was awarded to the whole team for a excellent performance.

The 9 Girls took part in a match of plenty of goals and plenty of action when they played away to Bedwell Rangers Athletico and scoring two goals for the 9 Girls was their player of the match Demi Hall whilst Sacha Davies got one. This game provided a good test for everyone and there was a clean sheet for Charlotte Luckhurst on her watch in goal.

 

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The 18 South who were away to Wingate & Finchley Whites won 4-1 in a White Division league match and scoring the goals were Ross Weaver, Harrison Arnold, Alex Banathy plus one from man of the match Max Bell who had a good game in the midfield.

Despite the 18 Central scoring three goals at home to Omonia Youth Green the visitors hit six to go on and win 6-3 with the three goalscorers for the Central team being Joshua Daniel Cross, Harry Peter and Alex White. The man of the match went to Sam Lailey.

Away to Oaklands Wolves in the League Cup saw the 16 South progress to the next round with a 3-1 victory with two goals from William Brown and one from George Monery whilst midfielder Sammy Johnson was named man of the match.

In the County Cup the 15 North played Herts Youth Stags and within only eight minutes play the North found themselves 3-0 down but they then woke up to hit back to make it 3-3 with two goals from man of the match Mahin Miah and one from Tyler Cariou-McCarthy. Although they created more chances they just could convert these and so eventually went on to lose 5-3.

At home to Maccabi London Lions Blue saw the 15 East take the lead on 14 minutes when Finn Thomas scored with left footed volley into the top right corner after a Lucas Osborn neat pass from the right. A minute later it was 2-0 when following a Joe Stone free kick saw Will Austen send a powerful header into the bottom right corner. On 20 minutes it became 3-0 after a Joe Colman cross from the right wing found Brandon Trainis inside the box and with a sharp turn and finish in off the far post saw the East complete there scoring and that was the only six minutes to turn up for really. Those 3 goals proved to be enough as the Lions pulled one back late on for the 15 East to go on and win 3-1.

Man, of the match for the 13 South George Dalton hit a hat-trick for the 13 South in their 5-1 home win over Harvesters 13 South with the other two goals for the young Saints in their 5-1 win coming from Jack Knibbs and Freddie Reeves.

Playing Protec Youth Red at home were the 12 Orient and Alex Hails scored their only goal in a 5-1 defeat and what a cracker it was, and the result was a little harsh on them as the 12 Orient did play very well indeed. Man, of the match Josh Toop was again brilliant in defence whilst Vicente Luciani had a outstanding game in goal.

Away to Highgate & Muswell Hill Panthers saw Dewayne Mitchell strike a fabulous hat-trick for the 12 Spartans but their wall of shields proved not to be enough as the eventually lost 6-4 with Zevik Cowell scoring their fourth goal.

Bushy Rangers couldn't stand up to the maundering 12 Vikings as they went on the rampage to score five goals without reply to win 5-0. The goalscorers were Sean Magee 2, Arlo Webb, Alex Rothwell and man of the match Dylan Volans. In becoming the man of the match Dylan Volans not only scored a fine goal but also he did some fine defending including stopping a goal with a beautiful sliding tackle that even Harry Maguire would have been proud of.

In the Robin Hood division saw the 9 East play away to London Colney Youth Pumas and scoring two goals in that match was Maxim Ushakov whilst Alfie Sangster scored one as did Milo Moore for the Pumas. The man of the match went Carter Davies.

The Under 7's were away to AC Finchley West and scoring goals for the young Saints was Oscar Howlett with three whilst Baxter Collingridge netted a good brace.

 

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The cry could be heard around the match between the 8 North and the 8 Lions and that was Goals, Goals, Goals as both teams just wanted to attack. Well here is the list of all goalscorers and they are Joshua Jury 3, Finley Maguire 2, Tristan Mistry 2, Matthew Denning 2, Daniel Davenport, Benji Mellorsi, Alfie Miles 3, Alexander Gow, Charlie Nolan, Henry Wilton and Stanley Seymour phew that's effort.

Josh Soll scored the goal for the 8 Gladiators in their White Division league at home to Welwyn Pegasus Azures.

At home Wodson Park United in the Green division were the 9 South and scoring goals for them were Finley Seabrook with a brace plus one apiece from Nathaniel Faldo and Oliver Sanders with all of the South team showing plenty of true grit and determination throughout the match.

Also, in the Green division were the 9 North and they were away to Bedwell Rangers Red and during the match they hit the crossbar and post on numerous occasions but they finally the back of the net through man of the match Junior Mitchell who scored 2 goals and he was a constant threat up front. Scoring another goal was Alfie Sangster during an excellent team performance from the 9 North.

In the White division saw the 9 West play away to Bedwell Rangers Lazio and scoring goals for the 9 West were Benjamin Coupland and Bertie Bachmann who both scored a brace each.

At home to Lemsford Youth Pumas were the 9 Orient and this was a Black division match and scoring a goal for the young Saints was Austin Shepherd with the whole team winning the man of the match title for a battling performance from them all.

Now we come to the Green division of the Under 10's and it saw the 10 East play at home to the 10 South and there was also lots of goals in this match and so here we go with the scorers Leo Hooper-Walter 3, Harry Murphy 3, Charlie Morris 2 Tommy Gow, Harry Miles, Ronnie Wilton and Daniel Tiffen who was man of the match for the 10 South.

The 10 North in the White division were at home Bury Rangers Whites and there were plenty of goals in this one with Josh Cassidy supplying some brilliant crosses for the goals and he was well supported with Henry Tse supplying a killer pass for one of the goals scored. Eddie Johnson scored 3 goals in the first half and he added a fourth to his total with a cracker into the top corner whilst there were further goals from Dylan Eccles, Ted Stebbens, Olic Fan and Oliver Ajaebu.

Away to Bury Rangers Stripes were the 10 Romans and scoring a goal in each half was Ross Hayden with one of them being a right footed rocket shot following good work from Hari Boodhun whilst Ross Hayden other goal was a left footed effort. So they say now ''Ross is the Boss''. The man of the match was given to Joe Seller for a very industrious display in midfield.

The 11 East played away to Arsenal Women FC RTC and scoring one goal each for the East were Leon Rainey and Samuel Philpot whilst the man of the match went to the hard working Logan Anderson.

The 11 West played a White division game at home to Bury Rangers Stripes and scoring goals for the young Saints were Freddie Stewart 2, Daniel Day, Evan Reid, Daniel Berman and George Lasbrey.

At home to Whetstone Wanderers Panthers in the Black division were the 11 South and they took part in a very sporting match and scoring goals for them were Jacob Thomas 4, Harrison Smith, Raf Fortuna, Finn Wilson plus one from man of the match Ciaran Ryan.

The 8 South played away to Bury Rangers Red and scoring goals for the young Saints were Tom Greatorex with two and also the man of the match Toby Sumner also scored a brace as well.

At home to Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers saw the 10 West roar away with three goals and they from cracking shots from Jack Burke, Jack Johnson and William Stone.

 

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Chorleywood Lightning in division 2 felt the force of the 18 North as that struck with some force with George Piekarczyk striking hard with

5 cracking goals that found the back of the net in a flash. The other scorers were Henry Piekarczyk and Rob Devine whilst Edward Stafford was named man of the match.

At home to Evergreen Youth Colts were the 18 West and they did not have a very good day as they eventually lost 13-3 with Matt Bryman, Alex Johnson and George Rowland scoring the goals for the West.

The 18 Orient fought out a 2-2 draw at home to Cassiobury Rangers Leopards with goals from Matthew Nash and Kai Takahashi with Finn Lufbery being named man of the match.

There were mixed fortunes for the 16 Teams in round 1 of the Challenge Cup and we start with 16 Orient who lost 6-3 away to Tornado JSC with Harry Turner scoring all three goals for the Orient.

Next up was the 16 West and they were at home to Watford Youth Sports Red and they lost 6-1 with Millan Sanderson scoring the only goal for the West with Ethan Hayes being named man of the match after a good game on the left-hand side of the midfield.

At home to Evergreen Youth saw the 16 East lose 5-1 with Connor Robinson netting the goal for the East whilst he also picked up the man of the match title after his strong tackles in midfield.

The last of the 16 Teams the 16 Central were playing Aston Clinton Colts at home in the challenge cup and after a high scoring game saw the Central side winning the match 6-4. Scoring for the young Saints were Callum Cornish 2, Myles Donkin, Daniel Onchie-Williams, Ben Sommerbauer plus one from man of the match Matt Roome.

The 16 North were at home to Chorleywood Pythons and after a close game the North went onto win 5-2 with a few goals in the second half.

Netting the goals for the 16 North were Alex Kouda 2 George Selvarajah

2 and he also picked up the man of match award as well whilst T. Cave Schmidt scored the fifth goal.

Well we come to the County Cup now and the 15 South played Welwyn Garden City Whirlwinds who certainly felt the whirlwind of the South as they scored six goals in each half to go on and win 12-0 as the 15 South returned to winning ways. Man, of the match Alex Laking-Jerez opened the scoring and he then added another later which was followed by a Daniel Rodriguez hat-trick and a Sam Hicks penalty to make it 6-0 at the break. In the second half there were goals from James Justice, Liam Nolte-Jel, Hadee Sadik plus a tremendous shot from Tom Every put the South in total command and this was followed by Sam Hicks scoring

2 more goals to complete his hat-trick.

Away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas were the 14 West in a division

4 league match and it was the home team that took all the points with a 6-0 victory. The man of the match went to Mason Kerr who worked hard in a defensive midfield position.

After having most of the early play the 13 West found themselves a goal down against the run of the play away to Nascot Wood Rangers.

Charlie Clark headed home an equaliser for the West before Nascot Wood Rangers hit back to go 2-1 up and then Lenny Brandon squeezed home a second equalising goal following a well worked corner routine to make it 2-2. With only a few minutes to go a probing ball over the top of the Nascot defence saw Charlie Clark chase the ball down and slot it past the home team's keeper for his second goal of the match for the

13 West to win 3-2. The man of the match went to the flexible Lewyn Bullock who helped out at the back one minute or in the midfield the next.

Following another close game saw the 13 Central run-out winners by four goals to three away at Premier Skills Red with goals from Sam Hunt, Oli Taylor and two from Matthew Penfold with the man of the match going to Jack Bromwich who moves the ball around quickly in midfield.

Away to Sandridge Rovers Storm-Troopers were the 13 Boreal and were

2-0 up with only ten minutes to but they conceded two very late goals to finally draw 2-2. It was the best performance of the season so far for the Boreal squad and the goals they scored today were a couple of real beauties, one each from Jackson McArthur and Toma Tashev. Keeper Mitchell Murphy really saved the day with a couple of cracking saves during the second half. Man, of the match was given to the whole team.

The 13 Orient lost 2-0 at home Hemel Youth Blue in the 1st round of the Intermediate Cup.

In the 1st round of the Senior League Cup saw 13 Victoria take on Tring Tornadoes Titans at home and although the young Saints looked in control from the start they never really got into top gear and did not take the 5 and 6 chances which came their way. Tring started to visibly grow in confidence and the half eventually finished goalless but in the second period Victoria started to create even more chances and the breakthrough came from a super finish from Ollie Mullen who ran onto a cross field ball from Zak Davies. The visitors scored an equaliser from a dangerous corner kick into the box and then Kayan Joseph who was having a strong second half and latched onto a mistake by the Tring keeper to make it 2-1. The boys then started to dominate the match and scored a third through Ashton Latter who slotted the ball home with a well taken finish. Tring battled on and were rewarded with 2 late goals with the final one being scored with ten seconds left on the clock. So, it went to penalties with Archie Hobbs, Reece Lia, Freddie Roe and Benjey Stone all scoring there's whilst keeper Noor Dajani saved a penalty for Victoria to go through 4-3 on penalties.

The 12 South were at home to Everett Rovers Yellow and despite leading in the match for a very long period with a goal from Ryan Kennedy they eventually lost 2-1 to two very late goals in the last ten minutes against a team who were previously unbeaten. This was not a bad performance from the 12 South and they worked hard throughout the whole of the game. The man of the match went Ben Turnbull who just super in the midfield where he gave a stunning performance.

At home to Sun Sports Youth Blue saw the 12 Arrows once again find their mark when they six goals to go on and win 6-2 with Fin Murphy scoring 2 goals as did Zac Black who also hit two goals as well. The other scorers were Johnny Bennett and Sam McGorrian whilst attacking midfielder Cathal Gleeson was named man of the match.

The 12 Dragons roared fire over Chipperfield Corinthians as the stormed to a 7-0 away win in division 4 of the WHYL and scoring these goals were Steve Jacobs with a tremendous hat-trick whilst man of the match Dylan Norman popped up with a brace. The other scorers were Josh Nash and Josh Francois.

Playing Watford Town Youth at home were the 12 Central and they had a comfortable 5-0 win with Jacob Pearson hitting three fine goals to take the match day plaudits. Scoring the other goals were Josh White and Stephen Tchoudi with Oliver Chisholm picking up the man of the match award.

In another division 4 league match saw the 12 West play at home to Croxley Green Emeralds and at the final whistle saw the 12 West win 6-3 with Tommy Morgan scoring two goals (Grandad saw both goals!). Man, of the match Charlie Rose also scored two goals whilst there was one apiece from Josh Ladyman and Kye Stevens.

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FRIDAY 19th OCTOBER EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE FLOODLIT CUP.

ST ALBANS CITY 16's E.J.A.   0    NEWMARKET TOWN 16's E.J.A.   2.  HT O-O

At home to Newmarket Town in the Midweek Floodlit Cup were the !6 EJA and during the first half saw Josh Forster go close with a header that just went wide following a neat cross from Bradley Young who later on had a super shot saved as did Benny Stacey.

Jack Kelly was in action next with a low strike that flew just wide of the far post but then the visitors struck to go 1-0 up following a free kick which was taken by Ben LANDSHOFF which whipped across the wet surface and past keeper Adi Connelly. Landshoff nearly made it 2-0 when he broke clear of the Saints back-line but luckily Adi Connelly pulled off a excellent save.

Early in the second half saw Landshoff cross the ball over for Callum Chambers-Shaw to get a shot away but fortunately for the Saints the ball struck the crossbar and rebound back out and was cleared. For the 16 EJA Sean Walsh had a fine effort saved and then Newmarket broke away again and Jay Mitcham saw his cracking shot beat Connelly, but the ball hit the far post and rebounded out.

Josh Forster went close and then Jack McShane should have made the score 1-1 when a good square ball from Bradley Young found him clear inside the box but McShane blazed the ball over the bar and the chance was gone. Charlie Morris for Newmarket had two good chances to increase their lead when he raced clear but each time he was thwarted by brilliant saves from the Saints keeper Adi Connelly.

Late in the game Newmarket broke away again when Callum CHAMBERS-SHAW burst into the box and as Connelly came off his line CHAMBERS-SHAW chipped the ball over him and into the back of the net to make the final score 2-0.

SUNDAY 21st OCTOBER EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE FOOTBALL LEAGUE.

The 16s E.J.A. Had to settle for a 1-1 draw away to Hemel Hempstead Town in a hard-fought match with Jack McShane and Benny Stacey having early chances but their shots went just wide. Next Josh Forster then had a brilliant strike which beat the keeper, but the ball then cannoned back off the post. A minute before half time were awarded a penalty which Dillon HEMMINGTON converted to give Hemel a 1-0 lead.

In the second half the Saints pressed for an equaliser and with 15 minutes to go JAMIE WILLING struck an unstoppable volley that went in off the underside of the bar to earn the young Saints a point with a 1-1 draw. Despite more pressure with the Saints looking for the winning goal they just could not break down a strong Hemel defence.

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Away to Flitwick Eagles were the 18 Girls but it was the Eagles who were in a scoring mood or was it a soaring mood as they went on to beat the 18 Girls 6-2 but only with four second half goals with the score being 2-2 at half time. Scoring for the young Saints Ladies were Jess Leigh and Anna Fuller.

The 17 Girls were playing Bedwell Rangers Girls away and after 15 minutes play saw Lauren Walker with a sweet low strike which found the bottom corner give them a 1-0 lead. Just before half time Bedwell scored an equalising goal but early in the second period saw Lauren Walker score her second goal when she went one-on-one with Bedwell keeper whom she calmly beat as she slotted the ball into the bottom right corner to make it 2-1. Late in the game Lauren Walker completed her hat-trick with a penalty which she blasted into the roof of the net to seal a 3-1 win. Player of the match went to Lauren Walker whilst Emily Sibley also received a player of the match award for performance in goal.

The player of the match for the 15 Girls was awarded to goalkeeper Jemma Hyman who pulled off a few good saves in the match against Boreham Wood 2000 Girls and in doing so she kept the score down as the 15 Girls went onto lose 3-0.

Grace McMurray struck the all-important goal for the 13 Girls South in their 1-0 away win over Harpenden Colts Cobras Girls with defender Jess Blackman being named as player of the match.

At home to Hitchin Belles Blues saw the 13 North romp to a 3-0 victory with the dazzling footwork of Thisbe Danford scoring two of the goals whilst Sarah-Jane Spears scoring the third goal.

Playing Harpenden Colts Hawks at home were the 12 Girls South and they also won 3-0 with goals from Florence Tatlock, Stella Ekblad-Piscettelli plus one from player of the match Marelie Raath.

There were plenty of goals in the match between the 11 Girls away game at Bedwell Rangers Dragons and finding the back of the net for the 11 Girls were Teagan Scarlett 2, Michelle Lam and Scarlett Robb with defender Bailey Killner being named as player of the match.

The 10 Girls Central were away to Berkhamsted Meteors and scoring for the young Lady Saints were Enya Brewster with a brace whilst Lauren Viney scored one whilst picking up the player of the match title was Mia Di Trolio.

Away to Ware Youth were the 10 Girls North and scoring a goal for them was Rachel Kincaid whilst making up the rest of the squad were Thegan Atwell, Amy Hargreaves, Masie Bierham, Verity Lobina, Sophie McMahon, Mikayia Blessing and Anna Metcalfe.

At home to Garston Ladies Lions saw the 9 Girls play some lovely passing football and the team relished in a change of formation making the most of the extra width. Scoring for the 9 Girls were player of the match Alexa Johnson with two whilst Matilda Flynn also scored a brace and then came Olivia Wood with one. Also playing well was Jessica Reeve and Sacha Davies.

Izzy Marriot was in dazzling form for the 8 Girls as she scored 4 goals in their match with Garston Ladies Wildcats who also scored quite a few goals themselves and we must not forget Annabel Latham who also found the back of the net for the 8 Girls as well.

 

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At home to Alexandra Park West were the 18 South and at half time the score was 1-1 with Harrison Doyle but the visitors snatched a second goal in the second period for the South to lose 2-1. The man of the match was awarded to the midfield dynamo Ernesto Rodriquez.

Away to Brady Maccabi White saw the 18 Central lose 2-0 with the dynamic Asher Stevens being named man of the match.

The 16 South fought out a 3-3 draw away at Maccabi London Lions White with the goals for the South coming from Lucian Antippa with two plus one own goal.

There was real exciting match between the 15 East who were at home to the 15 North and the East were leading 1-0 at half time with a goal from Dan Gant whilst a second from Brandon Trainis put them 2-0 up with five minutes to go. In this hard-fought game saw the 15 North strike back with two goals with the first being with a well-placed header by Tyler Cadiou-McCarthy following a free kick from Daniel Curran. The second goal was also a header which was duly despatched by Nathaniel Olayomi and this time it was a Daniel Curran corner kick which set the chance up for the vital equalising goal as the match ended up all square at 2-2. The man of the match for the North was their new keeper Benny Lamb.

At home to Harvesters North were the 12 Orient and this match was played in a great spirit and was a excellent advert for local youth football. The visitors went onto win the match 2-1 with Alex Hails scoring for the Orient with a great volley in this league cup group A match. The man of the match for the young Saints was keeper Vicenti Luciani whilst there were also good performances from Bertie Postema and Josh Toop.

Man, of the match Ailbe Tibb scored the consolation goal for the 12 Vikings in their league cup group E game at home to Belstone FC which saw the Vikings very heavily repelled by Belstone.

The 9 East played a friendly match away at Whetstone Wanderers Panthers and scoring a few goals for the East was man of the match Bailey Fennel with one and also Alfie Sangster also notched one as well. Goalkeeper Jakub Miklas also got on the score sheet when he scored directly from a drop kick for the goal of the match.

Archie Brown hit three goals for the 7's in their home game with Harvesters Cougars with further goals coming from Oscar Howlett 2, Eddie Bailey 2, Henry Neville and Seth Keaveny in this exciting game between two good teams.

 

HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

The 11 South played Bury Rangers Stripes away and scoring 2 goals for the South was their man of the match Ciaran Ryan whilst Jake Allen popped up with one late during the game.

Also, away were the 11 North and they were at Welwyn Pegasus Skys and three players got on the score-sheet for the young Saints and they were Jacob Standing, Ethan Evans and Simon Borowski whilst the man of the match award was given to the whole team.

Luca Ward struck two goals for the 11 Victoria's home match with Welwyn Pegasus Sapphires in their new division the White League and in doing so took his tally to 11 goals in four matches.

The man of the match for the 11 West went to Evan Reid for a fine defensive role against the Lemsford Youth away with Freddie Stewart getting a goal for the West.

In an evenly matched game for the 11 East against Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers saw Samuel Philpot, Danny Quinn, and Matis Walton score the goals for the East whilst the man of the award went to Toby Southcombe for a brilliant goalkeeping display.

Away to Wodson Park Youth were the 11 Orient and scoring two goals against them was Michael Wadsworth with Lucas Curley and Teddy Carr both netting one apiece.

Playing Bengeo Caspian’s away were the 10 North and the North scored a few goals through Oliver Ajaegbu, Olic Fan, Ted Stebbens, Eddie Johnson a effort from the right wing, Hugo Smith and then a cracking half volley from man of the match Dylan Eccles after Josh Hirst had supplied the killer pass. The man of the match for the Caspian’s went to their goalkeeper who had brilliant game between the sticks.

The next match certainly had plenty of goals in it as the 10 Orient played Bedwell Rangers Wanderers away and scoring these goals were Edward Cullum with 5 and then came Daniel Hart 2, Thomas Noble 2 and two from Freddie Day. Also scoring two goals was Tiago Mendez-Barrel whilst Ethan Parsons netted one.

In a high scoring thriller were the 10 Romans playing at home to Knebworth Lynxes and scoring for the Romans were Alex Matchett 2, Hari Boodhun and a penalty from Matthew Ellis.

The 10 Central were at home to Bury Rangers Whites with Joshua Gibson, James Cox and Dan Oldfield all scoring one goal apiece for the Central team.

The newly promoted team to the Green Division the 10-west played against their fellow Club mates the 10 West at home and there were a few goals scored in this fixture and scoring them were Michal Glowaki with 4 Otis Lau-Johnston, Glyn Howells, Will Stone, Oscar Roe and Freddie Nelson Thorpe. Harry Murphy also scored a goal which was setup by Leo Hooper-Walter and David Spears with the man of the match for the 10 East going to goalkeeper Nikhil Jagota after he a few good saves during the match.

Austin Shepherd and Billy Stone scored a goal each for the 9 Orient in there away match with Codicote Youth Hawks.

Away to the Welwyn Pegasus Sapphires were the 9 North and both Noah Fox and Nathan Payne scored one goal each for the North with the whole team worthy of the man of the march award with an excellent all-round display as they produced some good football along the way as they kept together well.

At home to Bury Rangers Reds saw Lucas Thomas score a fine a goal for the 9 South with keeper Finley Seabrook making some great saves during the match. Both Sofiane Benadoud and Will Maiella stood out in a great team performance for the 9 South.

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

Well this was a real tight match between the 18 North who were at home to the Berkhamsted Raiders Blue and despite the North scoring 4 goals through Jack Hughes and the brothers George Piekarczyk and Henry Piekarczyk plus man of the match Thomas Hedger the North eventually lost 6-4.

Keeper Joe Moss kept his first clean sheet of the season for the 16 Central in their home match with Berkhamsted Raiders Red with a 1-0 win and there was a solid defensive display which was led by captain Rob Brown plus and Angelo Calatrava in a holding midfield role.

Central were missing 3 regular strikers but they still created some great opportunities with Matt Roome and Callum Cornish going close, but the breakthrough came early in the second half following intense pressure in the opposition box led to a goalmouth scramble with Callum Cornish tucking the ball away in the back of the net for the only goal of the game. The man of the match went to Angelo Calatrava after his solid defensive performance and great work rate.

The 16 West lost 3-2 away to Chorleywood Vipers in division 2 of the WHYL with two goals from man of the match David Joyner.

At home to Hemel Youth White were the 16 Orient and at half time they led 3-0 and by full time they had scored another four goals to go on and win 7-0. Scoring the goals for the Orient were Samuel Beasley 3, Tom Cox 3 plus one from Jason Geldard.

Playing Cassiobury Rangers Blues away saw the 16 North earn a point in division 3 of the WHYL with a 2-2 draw with goals from T. Cave Schmidt and G. Selvarajah whilst Ollie Merriden was named man of the match after a solid game at right back.

The 15 South were at home to the 15 Boreal and the visitors took a quick 2-0 lead with two goals from their man of the match George Sippetts, but the South hit back with a neat chip shot from captain Sam Hicks. The 15 Boreal came back with two more goals one from George Sippetts which completed his hat-trick plus one from Harry Sweetman to go 4-1 up and once again the South struck back when they won a penalty which was converted by Daniel Rodriguez Gonzalez who was making an impressive debut, but the score remained 4-2 to Boreal. Man, of the match for the South was wing back Joe Renwick who was solid in defence and he was also involved in many of the best attacks.

At home to Bushey & Oxhey Leopards saw the 14 South certainly keep them caged in as they romped to a 12-3 victory with Mackenzie Gibson leading the way with 4 well taken goals. The other goalscorers were Ollie Wynne 3, Finley Crumpton, Tio Jayasinghe, Alfie Parkins, Aaron

Finn Geoghegan scored the consolation goal for the 14 West in their 8-1 defeat at home to Evergreen Youth Colts in the preliminary round of the Junior League Cup.

Lenny Brandon scored a goal with a thumping header following a corner kick which gave the 13 West a 1-0 lead at home to Sun Sports Blue during an evenly matched first half. In the second half Sun Sports seemed to handle the worsening conditions to score four goals to go on and win the game 4-1. the man of the match for the West went to winger/midfielder Charlie Clark.

Following a very high scoring match in which 12 goals were scored and the lead change hands a few times saw the 13 Central eventually lose

7-5 to Kinsbourne Youth with man of the match for Central Charl Mason scoring two of the goals. Scoring the other goals for the young Saints were Sam Hunt, Angus Twidell and Matthew Penfold.

The 13 Boreal were swept away as they lost 5-1 at home to Harpenden Colts Harriers with Toma Tashev scoring the only goal of the game for Boreal whilst Ali Nawar was named man of the match for the young Saints.

At home to Chorleywood Harriers saw the 12 South earn a well-deserved draw with a 1-1 result when Sam Estell hit the back of the net in the second half with a well taken spot kick. The man of the match went to James Beasley who was outstanding in defence throughout the whole of the game.

Following a brilliant team performance saw the 12 Arrows go top of Division 3 in the WHYL when they defeated Hemel Youth Red away 7-2 with some well worked team goals. Scoring the goals for the Arrows as nearly every shot found the target or the bull if you like were Johnny Bennett 2, Fin Murphy 2, Zac Black 2 and Cathal Gleeson with one.

Away to Herons were the 12 Central and despite Tyler Gullin-Hall scoring a cracker of a goal from just outside the box the Central gradually lost 3-1 with Josh White picking up the man of the match title.

 

EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE

The 16's Eastern Junior Alliance team were at home to the Potters Bar 16's E.J.A. team and with the match being played in very heavy rain at times and a strong wind the match finally ended all square at 1-1 with the Saints having 2 goals disallowed otherwise they would have taken all three points.

  Right back Joe Vance early on into the match was swinging over quite a few dangerous crosses into the box which were causing kinds of problems for the Potters Bar keeper Kai Edwards (no relation) in the swirling wind as all he could do was punch then clear as the Saints forwards came surging in. Then a cracking strike from Sean Walsh from all of 25 yards or more struck the underside of the crossbar and came bouncing down whereupon Josh Forster came racing in to head the ball over the line, but the goal was disallowed for a foul on Edwards (seemed harsh to me).

  Next a great cross-field pass from the left from Bradley Young found Josh Forster inside the box but his effort flashed just wide of the far post. Just after this Potters Bar broke away and Aaron Witter racing away down the right wing crossed the ball low into the box whereupon Sammy GARCIA swept the ball low past Billy Thomson to give the visitors a 1-0 lead.

 The young Saints quickly responded with a quick attack of their own, but Kai Edwards did well to palm away a stinging low drive from Sean Walsh and then Bradley Young crossed the ball over from the right to Junior Musvaburi at the far post but instead of finding the back of the net he blazed his effort over the bar.

At the other end Billy Thomson did well to push away a cracking strike from Micah Greenaway but then play quickly switched to the other end where Joe Vance put over another decent low ball into the box and this time Jack McShane was on the spot to sweep the ball past Edwards to make the score 1-1 at half time.

 In the second half both McShane and Young were having shots on goal blocked by either defenders or Edwards whilst Jack McShane picked up a loose ball and then let fly only to see his well struck effort whistle over the bar by only a couple of inches. Next up was Sean Walsh having a stinging shot saved by Kai Edwards whilst a Kyle Rahho free kick skimmed across the wet surface and went just wide of the far post.

Then Tyler Parrett who kept pushing forward saw his cracking strike pushed over the crossbar by last second save from Kai Edwards and then Junior Musvaburi got into the act but once again Edwards pulled off a good stop.

 Kyle Rahho then tried a sizzling shot from 25 yards which Edwards could not hold on to and there was Musvaburi to tuck the loose ball over the line with McShane following up to make sure, but the flag went up giving McShane offside, again why was it disallowed as the ball was already over the line when McShane touched it. One day everything will go our way, so the match ended all square at 1-1.

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City Youth Match Reports 7 October 2018

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 7th October 2018

HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

A lot of the Girls teams took part in League Cup matches and we start with the 16 Girls who were at home to Bishops Stortford FC or BSC FC as they like to be known as. The Lady Saints really turned on the style by winning 8-0 in this league cup match and scoring the goals was the player of the match Sophie Veal with a hat-trick and Mia

Pinkham also was in good form as she also found the back of the net 3 times. Scoring the other two goals were Katie Holder and Sam Farrer both with a goal apiece.

Next up were the 15 Girls North and they had just a league match against Stevenage Borough which saw them fight out a hard fought 2-2 draw with Mia Eyles scoring both goals. Whilst Emma Chamberlain was named player of the match.

The 14 Girls trailed 2-0 at home to Harpenden Colts Bobcats in the league cup but in the second half they fought back to go on and win 3-2 with Esme Hume scoring two of the goals including the winner in the last minute with a stunning finish. The other goal which was the equalising goal was scored by Keira Ward.

Two St. Albans City Girls teams played each other in the league cup and they were the 13 Girls South and the 13 Girls North, and it was the South who came out with the honours by winning by two goals to one.

Scoring for the South was Grace McMurray with both goals whilst the player of the match went to Esme Bush. Hitting the back of the net for the North was Abbie Bierman with Sarah-Jane Spears picking up their player of the match award.

The 12 Girls North shown an exceptional display of passing and attacking football throughout the whole team as they went on to beat Berkhamsted Red 10-0 away in the league. Scoring the goals for the 12 Girls North were Hannah Pope 3, Emilie Hicks2, Zara Chaponda 2, Cora Baylis plus two from player of the match Isla Evans.

In a even well matched game saw Gabby Bradley score a goal for the 11 Girls in their Pink Division match against Hitchin Belles whilst the player of the match was awarded to Teagan Scarlett.

Rachel Kincaid scored the goal for the 10 Girls North as they played Ruislip Rangers at home in a Pink Division fixture.

In the Purple Division saw the 10 Girls Central take on Herts Girls at home and scoring a few goals for the Central were Lauren Viney 2, Enya Brewster, Emily Ball and Mia Di Trolio with Roisin Cullen being named as player of the match.

Away to Watford FC Green were the 9 Girls in a Pink league fixture and scoring a goal for the 9 Girls was Matilda Flynn.

Also playing in their Pink division saw the 8 Girls away to Harpenden Colts and scoring for the 8 Girls were Annabel Latham and Izzy Marriot.

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

In the County Challenge Cup were the 18 Central and their opponents were Bengeo Tigers Siberians and although the score at half time was 1-1 the Tigers roared on in the second half to go on and win 3-1.
Scoring the only goal for the 18 Central was man of the match Joshua Cross.


The 16 South played Whetstone Wanderers Jaguars away and they came away with all the three points in the Red division after a sound 3-1 victory. Scoring for the 16 South were Kyle Rogers with excellent brace whilst Lucien Antippa netted the third goal and Filipe Gama who worked hard in during the whole of the game was named man of the match.

For the first time this season the 15 North had a full squad plus 5 subs so as manager Alison Curran said '' we never had it so good'' as they took on West Herts Youth Stags at home and they went on to win 6-1 with Tyler Cadiou-McCarthy back to form as he struck four fantastic goals in the North's fine win. The other scorers were Shay Cassidy and Andrew Gentle with Daniel Curran picking up the man of the match title.

The 15 East lost 4-0 away to Alexandra Park West.

Joe Poulton was named man of the match for the 14 East in their 5-0 defeat at home to Brady Maccabi Blue.

Playing in the county cup saw the 12 Orient at home to Oaklands and after a close first half where they were trailing 2-0 they eventually went down 4-0 in the end. Both Sean Gallagher and Josh Toop were outstanding at the back whilst keeper Vicente Luciani was named man of the match.

In the league cup group D were the !2 Spartans and they were away Alexandra Park North and despite the Spartans scoring 3 goals through
Dewayne Mitchell who got two as well as the man of the match award plus a single from Isam Jamil saw the Spartans go down 8-3 at the final whistle.

At home to Wingate & Finchley Whites were the babes the Under 7's and as usual saw plenty of goals being scored by both sides in this high
scoring end to end match. Scoring the goals in this exciting game were Eddie Bailey 3, Oscar Howlett 2, Henry Neville, Isaac Stirrat and Seth
Keaveny.

HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

At home to Bushey Rangers Stripes were the 8 Lions saw a great game that even Tezza watched for a while before he had to dash off to his senior team's match and he was quite impressed by the football and the sportsmanship from both sides. There were lots of goals in this game and scoring them were Edward Beard 3, Matthew Denning 3, Finlay Maguire 3, Daniel Davenport 2, Joshua Jury 2, Tristan Mistry 2 and Henry Turnball. The man of the match went to Matthew Denning whilst there was a fantastic performance from the Bushey Rangers Stripes keeper Miles Wiggett.

Away to Bedwell Rangers were the 8 Gladiators and they also took part in a high scoring game and scoring the goals in this match were man of the match Toby Russ 3, Josh Soll 2, Noah McAuliffe 2 and one from Josh Rowe.

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE

The 16 Central were away to Harpenden Colts Tornadoes in the Senior League Cup and after full time the score was 2-2 after they had been trailing 1-0 at one stage. Scoring the first goal for the young Saints was Daniel Onochie Williams who scored the first equaliser when he smashed the ball home and then Ollie Gilmour put then 2-1 up but the Tornadoes hit back to make it 2-2 and so to penalties. After the penalty shoot-out the 16 Central progressed to the next round after winning 4-1 on spot kicks with the hosts missing at least three of theirs. Scoring the spot kicks for Central were Matt Bleakley, Ben Sommerbauer, Matt Roome and Daniel Onochie-Williams.

Away to Kings Langley Red saw the 16 East lose 2-0 but it was a much-improved performance for the newly promoted East side but they are struggling to match physically stronger and streetwise opposition, but they are getting there. The man of the match went to the East's stand-in keeper Chuck Barnett.

Playing their fellow club mates, the 16 West were the 16 Orient in a Senior League Cup fixture and it was the Orient who got the win by seven goals to two with man of the match Josh Haworth scoring a hat-trick. Scoring the other goals were Samuel Beasley, Tom Cox, Harry Turner and Max Varney.  No information from the 16 West.

In the Challenge Cup saw the 16 North lose 7-0 at home to Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers.  

At home to Watford Youth Sports were the 15 Boreal and after a very close in which eight goals were scored saw the Boreal eventually lose 5-3. Man of the match Jack O'Rahilly scored two goals for the Boreal whilst Tom Durrant scored the third goal.

Away to Sun Sports Youth Yellow saw Sam Hicks score a consolation goal for the 15 South as they lost 7-1 whilst picking up the man of the match title for the South was Oliver Giles.

After a very tight away challenge cup match and despite the 14 West scoring three goals they eventually lost to a late goal 4-3 to Bushey & Oxhey Cougars. Scoring for the West were Chester Reynolds with two whilst man of the match Jamie Mallik-Cole scored one.

Playing Langlebury away were the 14 South and it was a very close game with the hosts winning 2-1 whilst scoring the South's only goal was Ollie Wynne.

The 13 Victoria had a tough home match against Evergreen Youth Wolves who missed winning the league by two points last season and they also made it to the county cup semi-finals plus the league and challenge cup finals, but it was Victoria's day as they ran-out 2-1 winners. Ashton Latter bundled home Victoria's first half goal which was setup by a good pass from Zak Davies and Freddie Roe struck the post in a first half they dominated. Evergreen came back and made it 1-1 but Victoria hit back when Zak Davies cut back inside and clipped the ball beautifully into the top corner with his right for the winning goal.

Away in the challenge cup to Harpenden Colts Mustangs were the 13 Orient who quickly tamed the Mustangs with a 10-1 victory. Scoring the goals for the Orient were Archie Bentley 3, Jensen Dean 3, man of the match Ollie Rattle who took control of the midfield also hit a hat-trick whilst there was a single from J.P. Bonnebaight.

Also playing a challenge cup match away were 13 Central and they were at Harpenden Colts Harriers, but it was the Harriers who swooped to a 5-2 with Sam Hunt and Angus Twidell scoring the goals for the Central team. The man of the match went to the hard-working Matthew Penfold.

Now it is County Cup time for the Under 12's and we start off with the 12 South who played Hitchin Harriers away and with Josh Smith leading the way with four goals saw the South win 9-1. Scoring the other goals were Ben Browning, Freddie Yeo, Sam Estell, Owen Weaver and James Beasley.

Next up were the 12 Arrows and they were all a quiver as they beat St Albans Rangers Hawks 12-1 with eight different goalscorers and they were Fin Murphy 3, Leon Negus-Roman 2, Joe Clinton 2, Johnny Bennett, Cathal Gleeson, Luke Collins, Zak Black and finally James Dodd.

The 12 West played Letchworth Garden City Eagles Zaffre at home who were just too strong for them, but the West kept battling away to the end with the man of the match going to centre back Matthew Gosling whilst a special mention must go to keeper Josh ''Woody'' Woodley for keeping the score down.

Finally, the 12 Central played Berkhamsted Raiders in the last of the County Cup matches for the Under 12's and the young Saints won 7-1 with both Stephen Tchoudi and Tyler Gullin-Hall scoring a hat-trick apiece. Scoring the final goal was Dean Bladon whilst there was a joint man of the match and that was awarded to Jacob Pearson and Ollie Porter.

FRIENDLIES:  The 12 Dragons beat the 12 Vikings 2-0 in a friendly with Josh Francois scoring the first goal with a screamer whilst Mattie Verdier open his account with a clinical finish following good work down the right by Dylan Norman. With Joe McLoughlin unwell saw Steve Jacobs and Michael Napier deputised well in goal and Josh Nash was named man of the match after a superb performance at left back.

In another friendly game saw the 12 North play against the 12 West and it was a entertaining game with eleven goals being scored and scoring them was Jacob Standing who led the way with five goals. The other goalscorers were Archie Leggat-Martin, Ethan Evans, Max Helou and Karan Soman.

EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE

The 18 EJA made the 180-mile round trip to play Woodbridge EJA away and the young Saints started with determination to get a result from this trip and they started strongly creating four clear chances with them being one on one, but the Woodbridge keeper thwarted three of them. The final one saw a threaded ball from by Ryan Orde that saw Billy Owen lob the ball over the keeper, but it struck the crossbar and went over. Woodbridge came back into the game and took the lead with 2 minutes of the first half remaining. In the second the 18 EJA pressed hard for an equaliser and they even had a goal chalked off for a narrow offside decision. The Saints were unable to find the equaliser and so Woodbridge took all three points.

The 16 EJA played 2 friendly matches while they wait for their next league and they of them was a match away against Kings Langley 18's and in the first half a goal from Junior MUSVABURI gave the young Saints a 1-0 lead. In the second period further goals from Josh FORSTER and Jack McShane saw the 16 EJA record a fine 3-1 win.

Their next friendly game saw them travel up the M1 to play Kempston Rovers EJA and they came with a comfortable 6-1 win.

 After having most of the play in the first with the young Saints creating lots of chances with Josh Forster, Jude James, Taro Chitepo, and Jamie Willing all going close with either shots being saved or going just wide. Finally, the deadlock was broken when Jamie Willing burst into the box down the left whereupon he squared the ball across for Jack McShane to be left with a simple tap in. After that the Saints keeper Billy Thomson made two excellent saves as Kempston tried to get back into the match but just before half time the Saints EJA went 2-0 up. Jack Kelly curled over a corner kick to the far post where Junior MUSVABURI completely unmarked headed home goal number two.

 At the start of the second half Kempston pulled a goal back when Ellis CROWSLEY fired home from the edge of the box to make it 2-1 but within a minute the scoreline became 3-1 as the Saints quickly hit back. After some dazzling footwork inside the box from Junior Musvaburi saw him pull the ball back for Jack KELLY to run onto and smash it into the back of the net from 14 yards.

It became 4-1 when Tyler Parrett put lots of pressure on the Kempston back-line which saw in the end the home team keeper make a hash of clearing the ball and it ran loose across the six-yard area where Jack KELLY stormed in to drill it into the back of the net. Goal number five came about after Jamie Willing played the ball across the box for Josh FORSTER to flick the ball over advancing keeper and into the back of the net. Still the goals kept flowing and goal number six came from the penalty spot after Jack McShane was brought down inside the box by the Kempston keeper. Jack McShane got up and took the resulting spot kick himself and struck it high into the roof of the net to make the final score 6-1 to the Saints.

Away to Cheshunt EJA were the 14 EJA and it was a difficult game played at a high pace against a good side and after five minutes play they found themselves 1-0 down but 20 minutes later it was 1-1 when Perez WATERBERG struck home a fantastic strike for the equalising goal. Into the second half a deflected shot put Cheshunt 2-1 up and then with only minutes to go as the Saints were chasing the game they were struck with a quick counter attack for Cheshunt to score a third goal to go on and win the match 3-1.

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City Youth Match Reports 30 September 18

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 30th September 2018

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The 18 Girls took part in a very exciting 4-4 draw at home to Bedwell Rangers Girls with the lead constantly changing hands and the match was also played at a very high tempo. Scoring the goals for the 18 Girls were Hannah Cowell with 2 and also Sophie Hegerty netted a fine brace as well.

At home to Pro Direct Academy Herts Women were the 17 Girls and they could only field 10 players and very sportingly the Herts Women dropped down to ten players also. For the first 20 minutes it was all the Saints Girls and Claudia Scrimgeour found the back of the net with a well-placed shot into the far following a lovely passing move through the middle. Pro Direct hit back with 2 goals to go 2-1 up and then in the second half they used all six of their subs and so the fresh legs allowed them to score 3 more goals to win the game 5-1. The 17 Girls keeper did wonders in that she made quite a few saves to stop the visitors from scoring even more goals whilst the player of the match went Ffion Williams for her excellent performance in the centre of the defence.

The 15 Girls lost 6-1 at home to Wodson Park Girls with Zoe Cowan scoring the only goal for the 15 Girls whilst in so she picked up the player of the match as well for the hard work she puts into the midfield.

Leading 3-0 at half time at home to the 13 Girls South were their fellow club mates the 13 Girls North and scoring these goals were Sarah-Jane Spears 2 and Abbie Bierman one. In the second half the honours were shared with both sides scoring a goal apiece for the North finally to end 4-1 winners with player of the match for the North Girls Abbie Bierman scoring her second goal of the match. For the South Girls it was Isabel Corrigan who scored their goal whilst the player of the match for them went to Beth Watson.

Losing heavily at home to Berkhamsted Raiders Youth Red were the 12 Girls North and for them there was a joint player of the match and it went to defenders Hannah Litton and Talia Joseph.

Away to Royston Town Youth Girls were the 12 Girls South and after a close first half which ended at 2-2 it was the hosts who gradually went on to win 4-2 with two more goals in the second period. Scoring for the 12 South Girls were Poppy Mountain and Anna Cox with her goal being scored direct from a corner kick. The player of the match was awarded to Elisa Hebblethwaite for her hard work up front in attack.

At home to Pro Direct Academy Enfield Black saw the 11 Girls play in a entertaining match and scoring goals for them were Tegan Scarlett 2, Alessia Cipolla 2, Michelle Lam 2, Rebecca Smith, Scarlett Robb, Olive Jones and player of the match Gabby Bradley.

Player of the match Emily Ball hit 5 goals for the 10 Girls Central in there away game against Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Orbi with Lauren Viney and Holly Green both picking up a goal apiece as well.

In a match dedicated to the memory of Dave Wray, never forgotten, ''Davedidthis'' saw the 9 Girls play at home to Hitchin Belles and after some excellent football saw goals from Demi Hall 3, Sacha Davis 2, Olivia Wood 2 and two from Alexa Johnson.

The 8 Girls were at home to Berkhamsted Raiders Super and scoring a few goals for the 8 Girls was Annabel Latham with 2 and Helena Armoogum and Eva Barenthein who both claimed another goal together.

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

The 18 South in the league cup were playing Alexandra Park East at home and a close first 20 minutes the South eventually went on to 5-2 with a hat-trick from Ross Weaver plus one a apiece from Harrison Arnold and Joe Curran with Joseph Boyle being named man of the match.

Also, at home in the league cup were the 18 Central and they were entertaining Edmonton Rangers Pumas and by the final whistle Central had gone on to win 6-2. Scoring the goals for the Saints were Harry Peter 3, Jamie Renyon, Hayden Tominey-Smith and Semirabdel Wahab whilst for the second week running saw Nick Curtis named man of the match.

In the County Cup saw the 16 South beat Royston Town 1-0 at home with a goal from Will Baynham after a neat through ball from Callum Gosgrove. In goal for the South was Declan Jackson and he had an outstanding game in that he pulled off a few good saves plus his handling in the box was excellent.

Away to Brady Maccabi Lion Red in the Challenge Cup were the 15 East and they went 1-0 up when Finn Thomas and Dan Gant played a one-two before setting up Tom Merritt who drilled the ball into the bottom right corner. 2-0 on 57 minutes with a Dan Gant penalty kick and then with some more nice inter play between Finn Thomas and Dan Gant they found Brandon Trainis who finished it off with a low drive into the bottom corner to make it 3-0. Dan Gant then with a square pass found Brandon Trainis who tapped home goal number four for the East to finally win 4-1.

The 14 East lost 2-1 after extra time in the Challenge Cup to Edmonton Rangers Sharks after the score had been 1-1 after full time with Henry Thomas scoring the equalising goal for the East in normal time. The man of the match for the young Saints was Alejandro Wood after he gave a great performance in the middle of the defence.

In the League Cup (group a) saw the 12 Orient lose 3-1 at home to London Colney Colts Red with Thomas Boca-Mapp scoring the goal for the Orient with defender Josh Toop picking up the man of the match award.

Also losing in the league cup were the 12 Spartans and they went down 9-3 in group D at home to Whetstone Wanderers Lions with Isam Jamil, Dewayne Mitchell and Eduardo Costa scoring the goals for the Spartans.

In the league cup group E saw the 12 Vikings lose heavily to Edgware Town FC with midfielder Max Winders being named man of the match in a hard-fought game.

FOOTNOTE: These League Cup matches is to sort out which Leagues the Teams will go in after a few more weeks of football.

Playing Brady Maccabi Red were the 9 East and it was real entertaining game which saw Elliot Theobald being named man of the match for the 9 East.

Playing their second match together in the Larry Lamb division of the W.F.L. saw the 7's take part in yet another high scoring game this time against Croxley Green White and scoring the goals in this match were Oscar Howlett 5, Archie Brown 3, Edward Bailey 3 Henry Neville 2 and Isaac Stirrat with one.

HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

In a cracking game between the 8 South who were at home to Bury Rangers Whites saw a match with plenty of goals from both sides. Scoring goals for the 8 South are Toby Sumner 2, Evan Love 2, Hugo Perez-Landrove and then two free kicks from William Galilee and Tom Greatorex. Goalkeeper Zac Johnson had a brilliant game between the sticks for the South.

There was also plenty of goals also in the match between 8 Lions and Welwyn Pegasus Cobalts and finding the back of the net in this game were Joshua Jury 3, Tristan Mistry 2, Daniel Davenport 2, Edward Beard 2 and Finlay Maguire with one.

The 9 North played fellow club mates the 9 South in a Green division game and it proved to be very fine game to watch with goals from Junior Mitchell, Nathan Payne and Lucas Thomas who finished off well. The man of the match for the North was Henry Pagett who worked hard in midfield.

There were plenty of goals in each half from both teams between the 10 West and Welwyn Pegasus Sapphires and scoring for the West in there away game were Will Stone with a hat-trick plus singles from Michal Glowaki, Niall Rodrigues and Oscar Roe.

Away to Lemsford Youth Jaguars were the 10 Central and scoring for them were Joshua Gibson, Sam Peacock and Eddie Hearn.

Playing Bengeo Tigers Caspian’s saw the star player of the 10 East Leo Hooper-Walter score 4 goals whilst scoring 3 in three minutes was Harry Murphy. Other goals for the East came from Tom Luckhurst and Will John following a great passing match and a great performance in this high scoring match.

At home to Bury Rangers Yellow were the 10 North and this game also saw plenty of goals and scoring them were Josh Cassidy with two in the first half and one in the second period to complete his hat-trick. Other goals came from Eddie Johnson with a effort which bounced over the keeper and then one from Oliver Ajaegbu which he scored direct from a corner kick. Another goal in the match was struck by Josh Hirst following a excellent dribble past two players. Henry Tse, Hugo Smith and Ted Stebbens showed some great skill during the game.

The 10 Romans played Welwyn Pegasus Cyans Camba at home and after a strong team performance saw both Hari Boodhun and Matthew Ellis score two goals each with the man of the match going to Harry Bishop who helped too setup a couple of the goals.

Away to Bengeo Tiger Caspian’s were the 11 Victoria and it was a very good game to watch with both teams scoring plenty of goals and leading the scorers was Aaron Holsborough with four well placed goals. Other scorers were Lucia Ward 2 and Max Milton with Olly Garcia being named man of the match.

The man of the match for the 11 North in there away game with Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks was Archie Leggat-Martin who played well during the whole of the game.

Freddie Stewart hit a fantastic hat-trick for the 11 West in their home game with the Welwyn Pegasus Skys whilst Otto Meech scored one also in the match along with one own goal.

Playing those Wheathampstead Wanderers Cougars away were the 11 Orient and there were few goals scored in this match between these two attacking teams. Scoring for the Orient were Louis Kemp 2, Brody Unitt 2, Theo Hancock, Michael Wadworth plus one from new signing Teddy Carr.

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE

Away to Abbots Youth Yellow saw the 18 North come out on top with a 3-1 victory with goals from Matt Breeze, Rob Devine and Tom Hedges whilst being named man of the match was Ben Dimmock.

For the 18 West who played in a division 3 league fixture saw them take part in a very close home match against Aston Clinton Colts Black with the visitors snatching a very late goal to win the game 5-4. Scoring for the West were A. Johnson 2, Archie Hall and George Rowland.

Samuel Beasley scored the only goal for the 16 Orient in there away game with Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks, but it proved to be enough as the Orient ran-out 1-0 winners. The man of the match went to goalkeeper Daniel Breeze for his excellent saves to make sure the Saints earnt all 3 points.

At home to Harpenden Colts Falcons were the 16 North and they lost 3-1, but no more information received.

The 16 East were at home to Park Street Village and at one stage they were 3-1 down but they fought back to make it 3-3 but were thwarted by two late goals to eventually lose 5-3. Hitting the back of the net for the 16 East Anton Nicolas-Sahota, and Musta Boksh and Connor Robinson.

In the County Cup saw the 16 Central take on Hemel Town away and after a poor start in both half's they found themselves 2-0 down and leaving them a mountain to climb against a well organised defence. A penalty for Central converted by Matt Roome gave them home but the equaliser just would not come. Myles Donkin was named man of the match for his work rate, persistence and determination in defence.

Away to Hemel Youth Red were the 15 Boreal and the score at the final whistle was 5-1 to the Boreal following a sound and solid performance from all of the team. Scoring the goals for the young Saints were George Hall 2, Tom Randall and two for man of the match Harry Sweetman.

Despite dominating periods in the first half and the second half the 15 South just had hard luck in front of goal and at half time they trailed 3-0 but by full time the visitors Bovingdon Storm had won 7-1. Scoring the consolation goal for the South was man of the match Charlie Moore with a scorcher of a free kick. 

Away to Chorleywood Pumas were the 14 South and despite Oliver Wynne hitting a cracking shot from just outside the box it proved not to be enough as they eventually lost 4-1 to Pumas whose claws were sharp that day.

Playing Harpenden Colts Typhoons at home saw the 14 West tame the storm with a 3-1 victory with goals from Alex Maiden, Chester Reynolds and Finn Geoghegan. The man of the match was awarded to the hard-working midfielder Alfie Gauthier.

The 13 Victoria lost 5-1 at home to Harpenden Colts Hurricanes and that is all that Tezza knows!

Away to Berkhamsted Raiders Green saw the 13 Orient play a hard-fought game against them with the Orient gradually losing 3-2 to a late goal. Scoring for Orient were Callum Crowther and Jensen Dean.

Not very often to see a 0-0 draw in these youth matches but this how this one turned out between the 13 Central and Aston Clinton away despite both teams attacking for the whole of the game but each team was thwarted by the other's team's goalkeeper. The man of the match for the Central went to Ethan Betts.

Playing a friendly at home were the 13 West and their opponents were Sun Postal from the division above and at one stage the West were leading 2-0 but at half time the score had changed to 2-2. In the second period the visitors scored three more goals to win 5-3 with Charlie Clark scoring two goals for the West and Archie Connolly the third goal. The man of the match went to Cody Smith whilst goalkeeper Ollie Philpot saved a penalty.

The 12 South lost 3-1 away to Harpenden Colts Pumas with Ryan Kennedy scoring a goal for the South in the second half whilst once again the South conceded more goals from corner kicks. The man of the match went Max Butterworth.

The 12 Arrows won 3-1 at home to Harpenden Colts Leopards after a hard-fought game with goals from Joe Clinton, James Dodd and a spectacular volley late in the game from Fin Murphy sealed the win. Man of the match went to Sam McGorrian for his contribution to the team performance.

Away to Chipperfield saw the 12 Central win 5-0 with goals from Stephen Tchoudi 2, Elinge Mosima 2 and one from Tyler Gullin-Hall. The man of the match went to wing back Harry Pearce.

EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30th EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE 16's CHALLENGE CUP.

WINGATE & FINCHLEY EJA 16's 2 v 6 ST ALBANS CITY 16's EJA  HT 1-3.

City u16 were away to Wingate & Finchley in the cup and came away with a good 6-2 win with Josh Forster opening the scoring with a good header from a Joe Vance corner. Both Josh Forster and Bradley Young hit the crossbar with a couple of strikes on goal before Kyle Rahoo made it 2-0 with a thumping header from yet another Joe Vance corner kick. 

For Wingate & Finchley saw Kanye West pull a goal back before Olly Seeby got the Saints third goal with a great strike from the edge of the box just before half time.

The second half was much the same as the first with the young Saints dominating for long periods before Jack McShane got the 4th and 5th goals after great through balls from Joe Vance to give the visitors a 5-1 lead.

The hosts didn't give up and scored a second goal from Kendrick Lamar to make it make it 5-2 before late in the game St Albans scored a sixth goal when Benny Stacey rifled the ball home following a neat through ball from Sean Walsh.

The man of the match was awarded to Bradley Young who worked hard up front throughout the whole of the game.

 

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