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City Youth Match Reports 23rd September 2018

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 23rd September 2018

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE

The 18 North had a good 6-1 home win over Totternhoe Youth and they were in total command straight from the kick-off and hitting four glorious goals was George Piekarczyk whilst his brother Henry Piekarczyk popped up also with a well taken goal as well. The other goalscorer was Jack Hughes whilst Tom Hedges was voted man of the match. 

In a division 3 league match saw the 18 West lose 11-2 away to Watford Youth Sports with Archie Hall and George Rowland scoring the two goals for the 18 West.

Away to Abbots Youth Blue saw the 18 Orient just keep coming back to earn a point after a exciting 4-4 draw with Kai Takahashi scoring all 4 of the Orient's goal with some deadly finishing around the box.  The man of the match went to the hard-working midfielder Matt Small whilst new signing Etienne Hayward had a good game as well.

The 16 Central were trailing 4-0 at half time away to Everett Rovers following another very inconsistent showing from the Central team but that all changed in the second half when Daniel Onochie-Williams came off the bench to take on his familiar centre forward role. As the second half progressed the 16 Central struck back with 3 goals all scored by Daniel Onochie-Williams with assists from Jonathan Hargreaves, Matt Roome and Dan Hussain but alas they just could not find that fourth goal to earn a point and so the final score was 4-3 to Everett Rovers. Having a steady game were John McVeigh, Myles Donkin and Joe Moss whilst it was Jonathan Hargreaves who won the man of the match award for his hard work down the left wing and also setting up one of the goals.

The 16 East had another tough day at the office when they lost 6-0 away to Chorleywood Vipers but they are still missing their regular keeper who is out for another 5 weeks. The new team motto as now changed to '' What doesn't kill you makes you stronger'‘.

At home to Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks were the 16 West and after a close game the West finally lost 2-1 with Charlie O'Donnell scoring the West's goal whilst man on of the match went to Samuel Pollard.

Alex Kouda scored two goals for the 16 North at home against Berkhamsted Raiders Black, but it was enough to give the North a 2-1 victory.

Away to Hemel Youth Red were the 16 Orient and after trailing 2-1 the Orient struck back to make sure the match finished all square at 3-3. Scoring for the Orient were Tom Cox with two goals whilst Harry Turner netted the third with Josh Sykes picking up the man of the match award.

The Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas had too much in their claws as they beat !4 West 2-0 with defender Mason Kerr being named man of the match for the West. 

The 13 Victoria drew 1-1 away at Chorleywood Dragons with Archie Latter scoring the equalising goal for Victoria with the solid midfielder Noor Dajani winning the man of the match title.

Playing in heavy rain were the 13 West as they took on Echoes away and they got off to great start when Dylan Doyle put them 1-0 up but Echoes quickly equalised with a long-range effort. In the second half Charlie Clark made it 2-1 after he raced clear and chipped the advancing keeper and the West created more chances, but they found the Echoes keeper in top form in that he made some fine saves. The West then won a penalty, but the Echoes keeper was equal to it and he made a good save to thwart them once again. Later in the second period Echoes struck to score another goal to finish the match all square at 2-2. The man of the match for the West was given to the holding midfielder Freddie Penfold.

At home to Harpenden Colts Hornets were the 13 Orient and after a very close first half the Orient finally ran out of puff and eventually lost 6-2. Scoring the 2 goals for Orient was Jensen Dean whilst Archie Bentley was named man of the match.

Away to Watford Youth Sports saw the 13 Central romp to a 5-1 victory with Charl Mason in real goal scoring form as he hit four of the goals and was also named as man of the match whilst Mathew Croston scored the other goal for Central.

13 Boreal home Kinsbourne Youth, no information received.

At home were the 12 South and they were playing Harpenden Colts Lions and despite dominating a good part of the match they conceded three goals with all of them coming from set-pieces, but the boys continued to play in the heavy rain and kept going to the end. There was a joint man of the match and it was given to goalkeeper Ben Soll and defender James Beasley.

Fin Murphy scored the equalising goal for the 12 Arrows in their 1-1 draw away to Oxhey Jets.

The 12 Dragons at home to Watford Town lost 2-1 to a very late goal with Michael Napier scoring the equalising goal for the Dragons early in the second half with Vinnie Ogden the hard-tackling midfielder being named man of the match.

HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP LEAGUE

The 18 Girls with only nine players were away to Pro Direct Academy Herts Women and by half time the 18 Girls found themselves 9-0 down but in the second half they only let in a couple of more goals but the Lady Saints did battle away through all of the match but the numerical advantage was the difference between the two teams as the hosts also had a few subs as well. Playing for the 18 Girls were Jessica Leigh, Jess Levy, Lorna Speed, Isobel Todd, Charlotte Banks, Hannah Cowell, Anna Fuller, Sophie Hegerty and Eleanor Keating.

The 16 Girls trailed 2-0 at home to Garston Ladies Lionesses at half time but by full time it had increased to 3-0 despite the 16 Girls trying very hard to get back into the game saw them not have much luck in front of goal. The player of the match was awarded to the centre half Abbie Scanion, who tried her hardest not to let the Lionesses through.

Away to Bury Rangers Youth were the 15 Girls North and they fought out a 1-1 draw with Christal Lecanda scoring the equalising goal for the Saints. Winning the player of the match was the strong tackling midfielder Sophie Harrison.

The scoreline was 2-0 away to Harvesters Girls at half time and despite the 14 Girls North scoring a fine goal through Grace Patrick in the second period but alas the hosts responded with another 6 to win the game 6-1. The non-stop running of Esme Hume won her the player of the match award.

Trailing 2-1 at home to Garston Ladies Lions with Esme Bush scoring the 13 Girls South goal in the first half but come the second half Grace McMurray struck a well-deserved equaliser for the South which earned them a 2-2 draw. The player of the match went to left back Jocelyn Rennie who certainly likes to make at least one crunching tackle during the match.

Away to Bury Rangers Youth were the 13 Girls North and after a very close game they gradually earned all three points with a 1-0 victory after a well taken goal from Thisbe Danford. The player of the match went to the hard-working Rosie Vass.

Playing away to Tottenham Hotspur Ladies were the 12 Girls North and at half time the score was 1-1 with Hannah Pope scoring for the Lady Saints and despite it being a very close match in the first period the Spurs Ladies stepped it up late in the game to go on and win 7-1. Being named player of the match was Talia Joseph for her hard work all over the pitch.

At home to BSC FC saw the 12 Girls South score three goals and all of them were struck home by Cristina Afonso-Trindade with some deadly finishing and in doing so she also picked up the player of the match award but alas it proved not be enough as BSC hit four goals to win the game 4-3.

The 11 Girls played away to Berkhamsted Raiders Comets and scoring goals for the 11 Girls were Teagan Scarlett, Scarlett Robb penalty, Rebecca Smith penalty and one from Alessia Cipolla, a volley into the top corner after was she brought the ball down onto her knee and struck it home. The player of the match went to Alessia Cipolla.

At home to Hitchin Belles Blues saw the 10 Girls Central score goals through player of the match Alicia Gibson, Enya Brewster and Holly Green.

Away to Chorleywood Common Snow Leopards saw Eden Boswell score a fine goal for the 8 Girls with a low drive into the bottom left corner of the net.

HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

Playing some good football away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks were the 9 North and scoring a couple of goals for them was the goal machine Junior Mitchell whilst keeper Ollie Robinson made some fine saves worthy of Match of the Day and in doing so was named man of the match.

Away to Bidwell saw the 9 South take part in a close match and there were some great performances from Julian Jordan and Nathaniel Faldo with Fin Seabrook scoring a fab goal for the South.

Paolo Iacobucci scored 4 goals for the 9 West in there away game against Lemsford Pumas whilst Bertie Bachman scored a hat-trick and continuing the goalscorers in this match were James Cox 2 and Alex Plunkett one.

Austin Shepherd netted a brilliant goal on his debut for the 9 Orient in their home game with Wheathampstead Wanderers Panthers with Billy Stone scoring another goal for Orient.

Here we go again another STACY team playing a Wheathampstead Wanderers team and this time it was the 10 West against the Tigers and it was certainly a high scoring game with both teams roaring into action. Scoring goals in this Green division match were Glyn Howells 2, Jack Burke 2 and Michal Glowaki with a hat-trick. The man of the match went to the 10 West Freddie Nelson-Thorpe.

The 10 Central and 10 North were both not playing a team from Wheathampstead but playing against each other in a White division fixture and this also saw a few goals and scoring these were Eddie Johnson who opened the scoring, and this was followed by more goals from Zac Iman, Oliver Smith, Hugo Smith, Olic Frank 2 and one from Henry Tse.

Away to Codicote Youth Eagles were the 10 East and this match also saw a few goals being scored in it and getting the goals were Leo Hooper-Walter with 3 and then came the star player and man of the match Harry Murphy also scoring a hat-trick. Another goal was scored by Gabriel Odunlami with the 10 East doing some great passing during the whole of the match.

At home to Lemsford Leopards were the 10 Orient and after a very entertaining game saw goals from Daniel Hart, Thomas Banks, Edward Callum plus 3 goals from George Canaway.

Well we are back to Wheathampstead Wanderers again and this time it is the Cougars as they played 10 Romans at home and scoring goals in this match were Hari Boodhun 2 plus singles from Matthew Ellis and Sam Chaudhry.

Here is one for the books the 11 North were away to the Arsenal Ladies Academy and scoring a goal for the North was Archie Leggat-Martin.

Playing Knebworth Blacks away were the 11 Centurions and scoring some goals in this match were Jayden Wright, Benny Jeffery and James McCluskey.

Another team playing away from home were the 11 South and they played at Welwyn Pegasus Cyan and during this game Finn Wilson was named as man of the match. Scoring goals in this game were Raf Fortuna 3, Jake Allen 2 and one from Harrison Smith.

The final Under 11 team the 11 Victoria also played an away and they were at Knebworth Sabres Silver with the man of the match in this game Aaron Holsborough scoring three goals. Also getting a hat-trick was Luca Ward whilst Isaac Mortimer scored just once.

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