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City Youth Match Reports 21 January 2018

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 21st January 2018

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St Albans City Youth - Boys

Under 18

The 18 North were at home in the 1st round of the Junior League Cup and they were playing Oxhey United and by the full time whistle the Saints had won 6-3 with a display of some fine passing and attacking football. Scoring the goals for the North were Matt Breeze 2, Jack Hughes 2 plus two from man of the match Harry Watts.

Away to Omonia White were the 18 South and after a close first half the South gradually lost 5-2 after a very tight game. Scoring the goals for the Saints were Harrison Arnold and Ross Weaver whilst the man of the match went to Chris Pringle.

Under 16

The score at half time between the 16 East and Omonia Youth White was 1-1 and the Saints goal was scored by Ben Adshead has he followed up a shot from Tristan Edwards which was spilled by the Omonia keeper and Adshead nipped in to tuck the loose ball away. The man of the match was won by Jack Latter.

Under 15

In the county cup saw the 15 Central play Stevenage Borough Black Sox at home and after a very eventful match which saw the game finally end at 5-5 both managers and the referee decided that due to the severely deteriorating conditions not to proceed with extra time and have a replay. Central had gone in at the break leading 3-0 with two goals from Daniel Onochie-Williams and one from Callum Cornish but they then lost their keeper Joe Moss after a heavy challenge with a badly cut knee and a trip to the hospital. Ben Sommerbauer took over between the sticks but more problems arose for Central when defender Adam Bahouss had to leave the pitch with a twisted knee. Stevenage pulled a goal back, but the Saints then went 4-1 up with another goal from Daniel Onochie-Williams which completed his hat-trick. The visitors came back to make it 4-4 but once again Central retook the lead with a goal from Jack Percy and then in the last-minute Stevenage won a penalty to make the final score 5-5 and watch this space for the replay. The man of the match went to goalkeeper Joe Moss who had pulled off a few good saves in the first half.

Playing the league leaders Hemel Town Blue at home saw the 15 East record their first home league win of the season with a fine 3-2 win with man of the match Anton Nicholas Sahota scoring a brilliant hat-trick. Musta Boksh, Connor Robinson and Freddie Collins all had excellent games for the East.

Under 14

Continuing their fine league campaign saw the 14 East Blue defeat Highgate & Muswell Hill Galaxy 4-2 at home with two goals from Tom Merritt and two goals from Dan Gant. The 14 East Blue sit at the top of WFL Green Division clear by three points and also five points clear of their club rivals the 14 North.

The man of the match for the 14 East Yellow went to Adam Bendahman in their 3-0 defeat away to Echoes Orange.

Under 13

At home to Aston Clinton Colts were the 13 South and they romped to a 8-2 victory with man of the match Matthew Martin, Alfie Parkins and Oliver Wynne all scoring two goals each. Also getting on the scoresheet was Louis Warren plus there was 1 own goal.

At home to Whetstone Wanderers Tigers were the 13 East and at the break the scoreline was 2-0 to the Tigers but although the East tried hard to get the goals back they just had hard luck in front of goal. As the second half progressed the Tigers started to roar and hit another six goals to win 8-0. The man of the match for the East went to goalkeeper Matthew McCree who made a few good saves and stopped it becoming a cricket score.

Under 12

The man of the match for the 12 South George Dalton was in fine form for them as he struck five goals in the South's 7-1 home win over West Herts Bucks. Scoring the other goals were Cameron Chaudhary with a free kick which flew into the roof of the net and then Liam Lavin with a well taken goal after a great short corner routine between Freddie Reeves and Jack Kibbs.

In round three of the WHYL Challenge cup saw 12 Victoria win 3-1 away at Nascot Wood Rangers Hawks with a goal apiece from Archie Hobbs, Kayan Joseph plus one from man of the match Victor Nicolas.

Under 11

At home to Harpenden Colts Leopards were the 11 Central and they had two man of the matches with the first Stephen Tchoudi scoring four goals whilst the other was George Parker who hit a brace.

Away to Harpenden Colts Lions in the snow saw the 11 Orient hit three goals through Bertie Postema, Antonio Desidero and Dean Blandon whilst Dima Gusev and Josh Toop were outstanding in defence and Antonio Desidero and Oscar Noble who were both classy in the midfield. The man of the match went to Lucas Berry.

The 11 Arrows played in the Red Divisional Cup and they were away Bedwell Rangers Cougars and following a close match saw the Arrows strike the target twice to go on and win 2-1. Scoring the first goal was Thomas Maher after a good ball into the box from George Robertson whilst James Dodd got the second with a fine curling cross-cum-shot.

There were three teams that played in the Maroon Divisional Cup and the first was 11 Dragons who lost 4-0 away to Wodson Park with Harry Barnes picking up the man of the match.

Next was the 11 Spartans and they were at home to Lemsford Youth Leopards and after a high scoring match the Spartans just could not contain the Leopards who ran out winners by the scoreline 7-4. Scoring for the Spartans were Zevik Cowell and Dewayne Mitchell both of whom scored two goals each. The man of the match went to Alex Perry.

The third team was the 11 Saxons and they were playing Ware Rangers Flamengo away and hitting a hat-trick for the Saxons was their man of the match Finlay Murphy whilst Jasper Button netted one in their 4-1 win.

Jack Reeves scored the 11 Romans goal in their match with Bengeo Tigers Sabres.

Under 10

Also playing cup matches were the under 10's and they had three teams in the Purple Divisional Cup with the first of them being the 10 North and they beat Bedwell Rangers Hawks 6-0 following a excellent team performance all round. Scoring the goals were Jacob Standing 2, Charlie Yeo, Matthew Baker, Christopher Datuboi and Kaden Rajkumer with the man of the match going to Ethan Evans.

Away to Barnet Azzurri Tornadoes saw the 10 East lose 6-5 after a exciting end to end match in the Purple Cup and scoring goals for the East were Anton Riddell 2 and man of the match Arthur Rennie-Sivell 2 whilst Leon Rainey hit the fifth goal.

In hard weather conditions saw the 10 Orient lose 2-1 at home to Hoddesdon Town Black with Lucas Curley scoring Orient's only goal of the match. The rest of the squad Adam Lorman, Adam Davies, Alfie Long, Brodie Unitt, Louis Kemp, Edward Jones and Nikolai Cherniaev all played well.

Two teams played in the Yellow Division of the MHRML and the first was the 10 South and they played Ware Youth Whites at home and scoring a couple of goals for the South was Micah Onwuemena and scoring one was Jacob Thomas whilst Fin Wilson was named man of the match.

The second team was the 10 Centurions who were away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Panthers and the goalscorers for the Centurions are Seth Connolly 2, Benny Jeffery 2 and Jayden Nevers-Wright 2 with Matt Albion being named man of the match.

Under 9

Now onto the Under 9's and we go to the 9 Romans and after a entertaining and opening 20 minutes saw them take a 2-0 lead with goals from Joe Seller and Harry Bishop-Camba which put them in control. Second half strikes from Max Ramsey, Ross Hayden and Sam Chaudhry saw the Romans safely into the next round of the Mid Herts Rural Minors League Blue Divisional Cup with a 5-1 win over Welwyn Pegasus Cyans.

In the Indigo Divisional Cup saw the 9 South take on Hertford Town Bucks at home and despite well taken goals from Tommy Gow and Daniel Tiffen the South gradually lost 3-2 to a late goal by the visitors.

The 9 North were away to Watton Youth Dragons in the Purple Divisional Cup and the match was played in very wet conditions and despite the North knocking on the door quite a few times they could only score one goal which Hugo Smith scored with a great finish after some superb pressure and passing. The result was 4-1 to Watton with the North playing well all round and the man of the match went Joshua Cassidy.

At home to Potters Bar United were the 9 West in a MHRML Emerald league fixture and hitting a goal each for the 9 West were Will Stone and Glynn Howells with Michal Glowacki having a couple of assists.

St Albans City Youth – Girls

Under 18

The 18 Girls played Flitwick Eagles at home in Division 2 and they turned in a good performance to win 5-1 with goals from Emily Schofield 2, Shauna Smith, Zoe Thomas and Ellie Jenkins. The player of the match went to Kate Chamberlain who turned in a excellent performance. 

Under 16

In the county cup quarter -final on a very heavy pitch saw the 16 Girls South take on Garston Ladies Pumas away and both teams battled through the conditions with Garston going into a 2-0 lead, but the City Girls pulled a goal back through Alice Benson with a great finish. At half time though Garston had raced into a 4-1 lead then hit another five goals in the second period to run out 9-1 winners. The player of the match went to keeper Dasa Griffin who had an excellent game between the sticks in keeping the scoreline down.

Under 14

At home to Stevenage Borough Juniors Star in the Herts Girls Partnership Shield were the 14 Girls North and at the break the score was 1-1 with Nicole Plumb scoring the goal for the North Girls. In the second half Stevenage stepped it up to go on and win 5-1 whilst for the Saints saw Emma Chamberlain being named player of the match.

Under 13

There was a joint girl of the match for the 13 Girls South in their 4-0 victory away Bedwell Rangers Hawks and the girls picking up the title were Rosie Littlechild who scored a hat-trick and Sophie Grant who scored one.

Player of the match Kiera Ward scored the only goal for the 13 Girls North in their 7-1 defeat at home to Ruislip Rangers Girls with the visitors scoring five goals in the second half after the score had been 2-1 at the break.

Under 12

The 12 Girls South played the 12 Girls North at home in a league match and the honours were shared even with a 0-0 draw with Jemma Avery being named player of the match for the South.

Under 11

Scarlett Mills and Hannah Pope both scored a goal apiece for the 11 Girls North in their home match against Tottenham Hotspur Ladies whilst Evie Cussans and Ruby Littlechild were both awarded joint player of the match.

Amelia Onyems picked up the player of the match award for the 11 Girls away game with Harvesters.

Under 10

In tough conditions saw the 10 Girls play away Herts Girls FC and scoring a goal for the 10 Girls was Teagan Scarlett.

Under 9

Shea Fagan 3, Rachel Kincaid 3 and Verity Lobina 4 plus one from Sophie McMahon were the scorers for the 9 Girls North in their home match with Chorleywood Common Lions Girls.

Now onto the Under 9's and we go to the 9 Romans and after an entertaining and opening 20 minutes saw them take a 2-0 lead with goals from Joe Seller and Harry Bishop-Camba which put them in control. Second half strikes from Max Ramsey, Ross Hayden and Sam Chaudhry saw the Romans safely into the next round of the Mid Herts Rural Minors League Blue Divisional Cup with a 5-1 win over Welwyn Pegasus Cyans.

In the Indigo Divisional Cup saw the 9 South take on Hertford Town Bucks at home and despite well taken goals from Tommy Gow and Daniel Tiffen the South gradually lost 3-2 to a late goal by the visitors.

The 9 North were away to Watton Youth Dragons in the Purple Divisional Cup and the match was played in very wet conditions and despite the North knocking on the door quite a few times they could only score one goal which Hugo Smith scored with a great finish after some superb pressure and passing. The result was 4-1 to Watton with the North playing well all round and the man of the match went Joshua Cassidy.

Under 8

Away to Berkhamsted Raiders saw the 8 Girls cope well in the wind and rain and cold and the 8 Girls scored goals through Sacha Davies 2, Charlotte Luckhurst and Sophia Bridge. The player of the match went to Jessica Reeve for her determination and effort during the whole of the match and for staying focused.

 

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