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City Youth Match Reports 1 December 2019


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.

Please note Managers will not be chased for their reports, there are now too many teams, if managers would like their report included then please text to Terry by the Sunday evening deadline.

St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 1st December 2019

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The STACY 18 Girls were away to Bishop's Stortford Girls (BSC) and within the six minutes they had taken the lead when Claudia Scrimgeour with a scorcher of a shot from the edge of the box found the back of the net to put them 1-0 up. After this Stortford went on the warpath and scored 5 goals in the first half plus another 4 in the second to go on and win 9-1. Never mine Girls at least you scored first. The player of the match went to Amy Cowan.

Also playing Bishop's Stortford Girls(BSC) were the STACY 13 Girls South and they recorded a 6-2 home in division 2 of the HGPFL with player of the match Marelie Raath scoring four of the goals with some quite deadly finishing around the box whilst both Deenah Khan and Stella Ekblad-Piscitelli scored one each.

Two teams were in the County Cup and the first was the STACY 12 Girls South and at half time they leading 1-0 at home to Chorleywood Common Cougars Girls but in the second half it was STACY Girls who were in a roaring mood and rattled in another nine goals to go and win 10-1. Scarlett Robb was again in tip top form as she hit five goals with Michelle Lam not to be left out as she scored four. The final goal was scored by Esme Dickson whilst Sophie Lerwill was named as player of the match. 

The other team in a county cup tie were the STACY 12 Girls Wildcats and they were away to Chipperfield Corinthians Girls and the Wildcats certainly lived up to their name as they hit fourteen goals to win 14-0. A long list of goalscorers so here we go, Reese Anscomb 3, Sophie Cohen 3, Grace Adams Avis 2, Daisy Harris, Sophie Bromwich, Emily Dante, Imogen Siery, Elsa McGaughey and last but not least one for the player of the match Ellie Ratcliffe.

At home to Hitchin Belles were the STACY 11 Girls Central and scoring a goal each for Central were Grace Noorian and Roisin Cullen whilst Charlotte Black picked up the player of the match title.

Last week Roisin Cullen scored two goals for the STACY 11 Girls Central in there away match with Berkhamsted Raiders Astrals with Grace Noorian also getting on the score sheet with Matilda Stuart being named player of the match.

The STACY 11 Girls Wildcats were at home to Bury Rangers Girls and Chloe Nuttall scored a hat-trick with one of her goals finding the top corner following a brilliant drag back before she hit the ball into the roof of the net. Emily Gray got two goals whilst Zara Stanley with an excellent left foot shot found the bottom corner. The player of the match went to the hard-working Gabriella Joyce for energy in midfield and she also got the vote from the opposition as well, well done Gabriella. 

The STACY 10 Girls Wildcats played Harvesters Girls at home with Lizzie Baylis scoring a terrific hat-trick whilst player of the match Evie Dullaghan-Stone scored a fine brace including a fantastic run from her own half. Also getting her name on the score sheet was Emily Dormer.

The STACY 9 Girls Romans played Chorleywood Common Snow Leopards at home and during the game saw player of the match Eva Barenthein score three fine goals whilst both Lucy Carter and Lucy Leonard score two apiece.

Also, at home were the STACY 9 Girls Central and they were playing Welwyn Pegasus Girls and leading the goalscorers for the Central Girls was Daisy Oaten with a double hat-trick(6Goals) whilst she was followed by Nell McKinstry with five goals. The other scorers were Captain Grace Smith with 3, player of the match Georgia Miller 2 and one for Poppy Miller. They were well supported by Sophia Neil and Liana Sprunt going forward.

Away to Garston Jaguars Girls were the STACY 8 Girls Romans and scoring goals for the young lady Saints were Grace Fergie 2, Emily Watts 2, Evie Bournot, Olivia Williams, Nadeen Kelifa Young with player of the match going to Chloe Allen.

Another of the STACY Girls playing a Chorleywood Common Girls team this time called Leopards were the STACY 8 Girls Central and were at home with two of their players both scoring four goals each were Esme Dreyer and Jessica Kutcher following a good team display.

 

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The 8 West who were without a league game played a friendly at Nicky B against V.P.FC and scoring four goals for the West was Alex Faldo whilst Seth Keaveny scored a hat-trick with Oscar Bentley and Leo Robinson both hitting a brace each whilst Orla Henry and Archie Brown wrapped it up with one each.

Playing Watton Youth Dragons were the 9 Lions and finding the back of the net for them were Finley Maquire 2, Matthew Denning, Joshua Reynolds, Benji Mellors and Joshua Jury with the man of the match being picked up by Finley Maquire.

Another team without a league game were the 10 South and they also played a friendly and theirs was against Wodson Park and there were two players who scored hat-tricks and they were Nathaniel Faldo and Fin Seabrook. Also getting on the score sheet was Julian Jordan with 2 whilst Henry Mayhew got one with William Maiella being named man of the match.

Playing Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks and Leo Hooper-Walter scored a fine goal with a free kick into the top corner and Harry Murphy popped up with a second goal as well. The star player went to Leo Hooper-Walter for his fine free kick and for his battling performance throughout.

In a Green division match saw the 11 North play Watton Youth Dragons and scoring a goal each were Eddie Johnson, Olic Fan and one for man of the match Hugo Smith.

In a real ding -dong encounter between the 11 Romans and Welwyn Pegasus Azures saw Marc Ramon score the first goal for the Romans whilst Theo Turley netted a second one.

The 12 West played at home to Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas and lost 2-0 with the left sided midfielder Otto Meech winning the man of the match award.

 

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

The 18 West lost 9-1 at home to Bushey & Oxhey Dragons with Gideon Rowland scoring the consolation goal for the young Saints.

Also losing a league match were the 18 Orient and they went down 1-0 away to Harpenden Colts Hawks following a very close match with Samuel Beasley picking up the man of the match award.

Not much news from the 18 East as they lost 7-0 in division four away to Chorleywood Common Vipers.

George Sippetts continue his goal scoring run with yet another brilliant finish for the 16 Boreal but this proved not be enough as they eventually lost 2-1 at home to Sarratt Rebels. The man of the match was awarded to Mr Reliable Jack Carmichael.

The 16 South were away to Hemel Town and they took an early lead when a goal from captain Sam Hicks put them 1-0 up but the home team quickly equalised and then just before half time a goal from Charlie Moore put them 2-1 up at the break. In the second period it looked like the South were going to take all three points but with fifteen minutes to go Hemel scored an equalizer and then with a miss hit cross which curled into the top corner saw them snatch all the points with a 3-2 win. Despite a lot of pressure, the South could not score another goal and the man of the match for them went to James Justice who was highly competitive in the centre of midfield.

In a division 2 league fixture saw the 15 South record a 4-3 home win over Bushey & Oxhey Falcons with Charlie Johnson scoring two fine goals with both Mackenzie Gibson and Milla Mousdale scoring one apiece. The man of the match went to Nidiyan Sivakumar.

Away to Nascot Wood Rangers were the 15 East and after a close first half it was a different story in the second though as the Rangers ran-out 6-2 winners. Scoring the goals for the East were Nick Berman and George Wilson whilst George Garcia-Romero Ferrer was named man of the match.

The 15 West played Harpenden Colts Typhoons away and they came back with all three points with a sound 4-1 victory with Finn Geoghegan scoring a excellent brace. The other goals came from Alex Maiden and John Henry-Yeo with the man of the match going to Lewis Gardner who was very versatile and strong on the ball.

Making it five wins on the bounce were the 14 Victoria as they beat Harpenden Colts Hurricanes in the semi-final of the Senior League Cup with Joe Caffery scoring the only goal of the match. Captain Alex Strazza put in a superb performance to earn man of the match with a faultless performance at centre back.

In the county cup saw the 14 West play Welwyn Pegasus Royals and they won 4-0 with Archie Connolly scoring the first goal when he smashed the ball into the back of net after Freddie Penford had swung the ball over. Ten minutes to go the West made it 2-0 when this time it was Freddie Penford who scored with a effort from the edge of the box following a great flowing move. In the last few minutes of the game Theo Robertson and Dylan Doyle added to the scoreline to make the final score 4-0 with the man of the match going to the whole team who richly deserved it.

The 14 Central were in the quarter-final of the Junior Plate Cup and they finally won 2-1 over Berkhamsted Rangers with a goal apiece from man of the match Torin Silcox and Davide Iacobucci.

In the quarter-final of the Junior League Cup Knock-Out stage saw the 14 Boreal lose 7-1 away to Harpenden Colts Harriers with Hamza Ramdani scoring Boreals only goal of the game with the man of the match going to Ben Farmer.

Away to last year’s division 1 WHYL champions Bedmond Youth Red were the 13 South and after being 1-0 down they fought back to earn a real creditable 1-1 with man of the match Owen Weaver scoring the equalizing goal with a great lob with five minutes to go. The 13 South defended with courage and resilience to earn this valuable point.

The 13 Arrows were at home to Hemel Youth Red and after an amazing second half performance again led by captain and man of the match Alfie Wollington saw them win 4-3 with Alfie scoring two of those. The other goalscorers were Joe Clinton and Fin Murphy.

At home to Colney Heath Magpies saw the 13 Central draw 2-2 with goals from Roarke Silcox and Jack Reeves whilst Ollie Porter being named man of the match.

The 13 West played a division 3 league match at home to Hemel Town Youth Green and with Josh Ladyman in that no-nonsense form saw him score a terrific hat-trick with three great finishes in and around the box. Man, of the match Max Winders also scored a goal and his was a cracking volley whilst scoring his second league goal was Thomas Kirby which saw the 13 West record a 5-2 victory.

Although the 13 Dragons scored three goals through a Michael Napier brace and a single from Joshua Francois in their home match with Harpenden Colts Leopards it was the visitors who came out on top with a 4-3 win after a very tight and close game. The man of the match went to Ayaan Hussain whose tackles kept the Dragons in the match until late when the Leopards sneaked the points.

In the second round of the Challenge Cup saw the 12 Gladiators march on to a 12-0 away win over Abbots Youth Red with 8 different goalscorers and we start with Leon Rainey who scored an exciting hat-trick. The other goals came from Samuel Philpot 2, Ethan Evans, Christopher Datubo, Kaden Rajkumar, Jacob Standing, Archie Leggatt-Martin plus two from man of the match Aimar Villanueva Garcia.

Away to Evergreen Hawks saw the 12 Orient win 2-1 with goals from Oscar Pawley and Brodie Unitt who was also named as man of the match.

 At home to Herons saw the 12 South lose 4-2 to Herons after the score had been 2-2 at half time and scoring for the South were Oli Sheen and Jacob Thomas.

 

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The 18 South played Northwood Whites at home and won 2-1 with the goalscorers being Louis Baker-Madec and Luke Mann who was voted man of the match.

In the second round of the Challenge Cup saw the 13 Orient play away to Finchley Football Academy North and by the final whistle it was the Orient who done the teaching and really learnt how to study and how to score goals by winning 16-0. There were seven different goalscorers and they were Lucas Berry 3, Luca Lepley 3, Frankie Linsell 3, Ed Purple 2, Tomer Cohen 2, Oscar Noble and Bertie Postema. The man of the match went to Vicente Luciani for giving an excellent all-round performance.

In the Green division of the WFL saw the 13 Spartans suffer a 4-1 defeat away to London Colney Colts Blue with Dewayne Mitchell scoring the Spartans only goal. The man of the match went to Lucas Castaldo. 

With several key players out the 12 Victoria played away to West Herts Youth Stags and despite the ten players working really hard for 12 Victoria they eventually lost by the odd goal 1-0. The man of the match for the Saints went to Thomas Hope.

 

 

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City Youth Match Reports 24 November 2019


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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 24th November 2019

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The STACY 18 Girls were at home to Flitwick Eagles Blues and the visitors quickly took a 1-0 lead but the lady saints hit back with a low crisp shot into the bottom right corner from Olivia Chrisp whilst following a great passing move saw Melissa Trulock make it 2-1 to the 18's Girls at the break. In the second half though Flitwick struck back themselves with another two goals to win the match 3-2. The player of the match for the saints was Ffion Williams who gave an outstanding performance in defence.

Also leading 2-1 at half time were the STACY 17 Girls away to Garston Ladies Lions with goals from Bora Cela and Dani Monasterobut once again the opponents as in the 18's match hit back to score three goals in the second half to win the match 4-2. The player of the match went to Anna Gifford.

In the county cup saw the STACY 15 Girls North lose 8-3 away to Herts Vipers Girls with Kiera Ward scoring two goals for the saints whilst Dina Said scored one and being named player of the match for the North girls was Hope Hume. 

At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Red were the STACY 14 Girls North and they crashed to a 7-0 defeat against them with the injured keeper Jasmin Fells doing her best to keep the scoreline down and also Rosie Vass had a good game as well and in doing so saw them both voted joint player of the match.

There were certainly plenty of goals in the home match between the STACY 14 Girls South and Harpenden Colts Jaguars with the South girls leading at half time 3-2 but once again that is not how it finished as the Jaguars took all the spoils with a 5-4 win. Scoring for the South were Maisie Humphreys 2 and Grace McMurray also with 2 whilst Ava Rose was named as player of the match.

Playing Watford Harts at home saw the STACY 13 Girls South run out 5-3 winners in division two of the HGPFL with player of the match Marelie Raath scoring three goals and also setting up the other two goals which were both scored by Anna Cox.

The STACY 12 Girls North were playing at home to Stevenage Stars Navy who dropped their first points of the season when the North Girls who turned in a great all-round team performance to earn themselves a 2-2 draw. Goalscorers for the North were Scarlett Robb and Esme Dickson. The player of the match went Vanessa Cipolla.

In the match between the STACY 12 Girls Wildcats and the Garston Ladies Pumas it was the Pumas who just edged it with a 1-0 victory following a very tight close game. The hard-working Morgan Kirikal was voted player of the match.

Away to Ware Youth Girls were the STACY 11 Girls North and earning the player of the match was Maisie Taylor who scored a fabulous individual goal by running from the half way line before she slotted the ball home from three yards to earn her the title.

The STACY 11 Girls Wildcats played Hitchin Belles away and after the match saw three players being awarded joint player of the match and they were Chloe Nuttall, Ruby Paine and Ottille Haylett.

Away to Harpenden Colts Panthers Girls were the STACY 10 Girls Central and it was a scrappy match played on a very muddy pitch, but the Central Girls worked hard to find their rhythm and were rewarded with goals from Sacha Davies, Demi Hall and Alexa Johnson.

The 1st game of the Herts Futsal series saw the STACY 10 Girls Futsal play LHF Futsal Club Boys and following an excellent performance from the whole of Girls Futsal saw player of the match Alice Taylor score a fine goal.

In a end to end match saw the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats play away against Harpenden Colts Girls Jaguars and with the whole team working well together and playing some nice football saw them all named as player of the match. Scoring some goals for the Wildcats were Lizzie Baylis with a glorious hat-trick whilst Emily Dormer scored one.

Eva Barenthein scored a goal for the STACY 9 Girls Romans in their away game with Berkhamsted Raiders Galac with Eliza Manton picking up the player of the match title.

The STACY 9 Girls Central were at home to Southgate Adelaide after playing some excellent passing football saw the Central Girls score goals through Sophia Neil 2, Daisy Oaten 2, Nell McKinstry 2, Grace Smith, Liana Sprunt and one for Evia Hargreaves which was her first goal for the season. There was a joint player of the match and it went Sophia Neil and the tough tackling defender Evia Hargreaves whilst captain Georgia Miller also played well.

Playing Chorleywood Common Leopards Girls at home were the STACY 8 Girls Romans and Nadeen Kelifa-Young led the way with two brilliant goals whilst Amelia Ramirez popped up with one. 

Away to Hitchin Girls Belles were the STACY 8 Girls Central and they scored goals through Jessica Kutcher 3, Esme Dreyer 2, Isabella Habbouci 2 and Lola Mackintosh. The Central Girls had a joint player of the match and they were Esme Dreyer and Evie Rosenheim.

 

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Away to Bengeo Sabres were the 8 West and it was certainly a high scoring game for both sides with the goals for the West coming from Archie Brown 2, Orla Henry, Leo Robinson and Alex Faldo.

Another high scoring game saw the 9 South take on V.P.F.C. and during the match saw Evan Love score four goals whilst both Toby Summers and Hugo Perez-Landrove scored a goal each. The man of the match went to Toby Thompson who had a fine game and he also set-up all four of Evan Love's goals.

The goals keep flowing in these matches and in the 10 North's match away to Knebworth Youth Jaguars Oranges saw man of the match Junior Mitchell score seven yes 7 goals for the North whilst Nathan Payne chipped in with a well finished goal as well.

The 10 South were at home Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas and Fin Henry popped up with a well taken goal whilst Oliver Sanders, Will Maiella and Finley Seabrook all turned in notable performances for the South during the whole match.

The 10 Orient played Welwyn Pegasus Azures and both Nathaniel Parsons and William Wood put in great displays in the middle of the park for the Orient.

Goalkeeper Seth Coetzee made some brilliant saves for the 11 East in their away match at Welwyn Pegasus Skys with Harry Heron scoring a fine goal for them whilst star player Harry Murphy was a constant threat throughout the game.

 The 11 North played at home to Bury Rangers Red and scoring a few goals for the young saints were Jago Elliot-Andrew 2, Oliver Ajaegbu 2, Josh Hirst, Olic Fan, Nader Kelifa-Young with man of the match Zak Imam also getting on the score sheet with one goal as well.

 At home to Watton Youth Bulls were the 11 Romans and scoring with a tap in was Sam Chaudhry whilst both Theo Turley and Aidan Bostock netted a goal apiece as well.

 

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

The 18 West were at home to Berkhamsted Raiders Purple and Adam Johnson scored the only goal for the West as they lost 4-1 by the final whistle. 

Away to Croxley Green White were the 18 Orient and they stormed to a 6-2 win with man of the match Ollie Gilmour scoring two goals whilst Alfie Bigg, Tom Cox, Milan Sanderson and Ollie Smith all scoring one apiece. 

The 18 East had a fine 5-1 win away at Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers with Alex Kouda scoring the opener for the East then came a poor spell which let in the Tigers to score an equaliser. Brad Sanders did a Frank Worthington 1975 special to restore the lead whilst he then setup Freddie Collins to score a third goal for the East to go in at half time 3-1 up. In the second period a penalty from Jarl Quesada-Thorn made it 4-1 and then late in the game another goal from Alex Kouda wrapped it up to make the final score 5-1. The man of the match Brad Sanders.

The 16 Boreal also had a good 5-1 win away to Evergreen Youth with George Sippetts (he certainly takes after his Dad) scoring a brilliant hat-trick whilst both Tom Randall and Jack Carmichael with Oscar Evans being named man of the match.

In the Intermediate League Cup saw the 16 South return back to winning ways in a feisty encounter with Hemel Youth Red and despite falling behind three times they hit back with a superb hat-trick from Charlie Moore to make it 3-3. In the second half a goal from Anashe Sithole capped some hard work to score a well taken goal to put the South 4-3 up but late in the game Hemel scored a goal themselves to make it 4-4 and with no more goals being scored in extra time so the game went to penalties.

After the penalty shoot-out saw the 16 South win 3-2 with their goalkeeper Dan Capocci saving three spot kicks and in doing saw this earn him the man of the match title. The three penalty scorers for the South were Sam Hicks(captain), Owen Wise and Charlie Moore.

A Milla Mousdale goal for the 15 South was the equalising goal in there away match at Harpenden Colts Storm.

Playing Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers away were the 15 East and they were in no mood to let the Tigers roam free as the East roared to a 6-0 victory. Man, of the match Callum Maguire scored two goals along with Mikie Ridgway who struck a brace whilst Henry Thomas and George Wilson both hit one apiece.

Another team having a fine victory were the 14 Victory as they won 4-0 away to Kings Langley Red and scoring the goals for them were Charlie Johnson and Freddie Roe whilst the man of the match Ashton Latter struck a excellent brace.

Taking part in an exciting 5-5 draw were the 14 Central in their home match against Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas with the man of the match Neo Hayden scoring three well taken goals whilst Oliver Taylor scored a brilliant brace to complete the scoring.

Ali Nawar was the only goalscorer for the 14 Boreal in there away game with Harpenden Colts Spitfires whilst Harry Muir was named man of the match.

At home to Hemel Aces saw the 13 South record a comfortable 4-1 victory with Sam Estell hitting two fine goals with Freddie Yeo scoring as did man of the match Ben Browning.

The 13 Arrows who were at home to Kings Langley Red certainly found the bullseye on their target as they went onto win 4-2 after coming back from being 2-0 down at half time with some great fighting spirit. The goals for the Arrows were scored by Joe Clinton, Ollie Denyer, Fin Murphy and one from Sam McGorria who was voted man of the match.

The 13 Central at home to Hemel Youth Green and won 4-0 with two goals in each half and scoring these were Roarke Silcox with two and Dean Bladon with one and also man of the match Elinge Mosima scored one as well.

Harry Gaines and Josh Ladyman both scored a goal apiece for the 13 West in their 2-2 home draw against Croxley Green White.

Also, at home were the 12 Gladiators and they lost heavily against Harpenden Colts Buccaneers with Rafael Fortuna picking up the player of the match.

Also losing heavily were the 12 Centurions as they played away to Harpenden Colts Titans. 

The 12 Orient were at home to Little Gaddesden and they won 7-0 with six players getting on the score sheet and they were Alfie Long with two whilst Teddy Carr, Morgan Francis, Adam Lormam, Oscar Pawley and J. Small with Louis Kemp being named man of the match.

 

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Despite a well worked and a well taken goal from Matt Roome for the 18 Central in their away match at Northwood Whites they still lost in the end 4-1 with Myles Donkin for all his hard work during the game being named man of the match.

The 18 South played at home to Edmonton Rangers Pumas and scoring a goal each for the South was William Brown and Adam Robinson whilst the man of the match went to Luca De Oliveria.

The 16 East lost 4-0 to Enfield Town Youth, no other info supplied.

Come on 14 South you won 4-3 at home to Harrow Stars Youth in the Blue division of the WFL and yes I have the scorers and they are Toma Tashev, Joe Varney, Matthew Kirby and Ollie Colman for the South, well done lads to win this exciting match by the odd goal in the second round of the Junior League Cup.

The 13 Orient took part in a seven-goal thriller which saw them go 2-0 down away to Omonia Green but Jacob Vickers pulled one back after a fine solo effort and then Luca Lepley bagged a great header to make it 2-2 at half time. A Harry Rumble goal early in the second period put the Orient in front but Omonia Green hit back to make it 3-3 whilst the Orient keeper Vicente Luciani with some fine saves made sure the scores remained level. With only a couple of minutes to go Alex Hails volleyed home the winner for Orient to win 4-3 whilst the man of the match went to Ed Purple for his coolness and grit and determination on the ball throughout the match.

At home to Hampstead in the Green division of the WFL were the 13 Spartans and once again they formed a solid wall at the back whilst in the attack, they were quite lethal and gradually run out 9-1 winners. Scoring five of these goals was Dewayne Mitchell whilst Isam Jamil hit a hat-trick with Zevik Cowell scoring the final goal for the Spartans.

 The 12 Victoria were at home to Aldenham Excel and the saints played well with Aidan Keigher scoring both of their goals in a 2-2 draw as they hit the visitors with some power play in midfield which linked to the attackers after going coming through the both wings only to Aldenham to score two late goals to get a point. Man, of the match was Luca Ward who led the play from the midfield to the attack with some fine play.

The two Jack's, Jack Burke and Jack Johnson both score a goal apiece for the 11 West in there away match Edgware Town Red with Kyle Lloyd winning the man of the match award.

Playing Belstone FC at home in the Gordon Banks division were the 10 Centurions and scoring for the saints were Bailey Fennel and Finley Griffin with Nathan Payne being named as man of the match.

The 10 East were away to London Maccabi Lions Black in the Stanley Mathews division of the WFL and hitting a fine goal for the young saints was Maxim Ushakov with goalkeeper Alex McAndrew making some good saves during the match and in doing so it earned him the man of the match award.

 

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The U18s travelled to Wingate & Finchley expecting a tough game due to an injury depleted squad and only 13 players available including a call up for dual signed Jack Latter making his EJA league debut.

Playing on a good but sloping pitch at the Football Pad in Barnet Saints started the first half kicking uphill. Saints kept the ball well creating a number if early chances and took a deserved lead after 10 mins with a move starting from the back eventually finding Lawrence free on the right who beat the defender and found Lankshear who finished in the bottom corner. Saints continued to control the game and went 2 up from another good move down the right Orde found Latter in the box who squared to Lawrence who made no mistake from 8 yards out. With seconds left Lawrence found Orde who was fouled 30 yards out. Orde stepped up and hit a fantastic free kick over the wall into the top corner. 3-0 to the young Saints at half time.

The half time team talk was easy more of the same keep possession and take advantage of coming down the slope.

The lads did just that and quickly went 4 up with Lankshear picking the ball up on the left drove into the box and found Lawrence who coolly finished for his second of the game. The 5th came from an Orde corner from the right a floated delivery into the 6-yard box found Banerjee who slotted home from close range.

With Wingate’s resolve depleted and Saints looking dangerous with every attack Owen, returning from injury was put through down the left drove into the box and pulled back to Lankshear who had made a superb 3rd man run picked the ball up shifted onto his right foot and finished into bottom corner. No 7 came from another Orde corner with Banjees header finding the net for his second. 

Lankshear got no 8 and a well-deserved hat trick following an assist from Latter and with seconds left Wilkins went on a dangerous run from right back rode 2 heavy tackles with ref playing advantage he pulled back for Hossen on the edge of the box who beat two defenders and finished into the bottom corner.

Full time Wingate & Finchley 0-9 St Albans u18s 

MOM Alex Lankshear 

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City Youth Match Reports 3rd November 2019


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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 3rd November 2019

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Once again it was the clash of the Titans as STACY Girls 18's played St Albans Ladies 18's at home and during the match saw some great passing football played by both teams with plenty of goals from both sides despite the appalling conditions of rain, wind and cold. 

STACY Girls scored first through Olivia Chrisp whilst Alice Bensen added a second, but the St Albans Ladies hit back with two quick goals to make it 2-2 with efforts from Grace Moule and Victoria Lye. Emily Sibley for the STACY Girls then made it 3-2 with a shot into the right corner whilst Alice Bensen scored her second of the match to make it 4-2 at the break. Five minutes into the second half Alice Bensen hit another goal to complete her hat-trick but still though the St Albans Ladies hit back again with two goals from Ilinca Morario to make the scoreline 5-4 to the STACY Girls. Still the match was not over as Alice Bensen hit two more goals to take her tally to 5 for the match and in between saw the Ladies score another from Daisy Chamock to make the final score 7-5 to the STACY Girls 18's. The player of the match for the STACY Girls was Alice Bensen for her 5 goals

At home to Garston Ladies Juniors were the STACY Girls 17's and they won 5-1 after they had led 2-0 at half time with two goals from Emma Judd plus singles from Mia Pinkham, Maz Horne-Batet and Sophie Veal. The player of the match went to Dani Monasterio.

In division 2 of the HGPL saw the STACY 13 South beat Watford Ladies Harts with Stella Ekblad-Piscitelli, Iris Foley and Deenah Khan all scoring two apiece. Erin Mill also scored a fine goal whilst Iris Foley was named player of the match.

In the second round of the league cup saw STACY Girls 12 North progress to the quarterfinals with a 6-2 home win over Bedwell Rangers Phoenix after they had led 3-0 at the break. Scarlett Robb led the way with four glorious goals whilst Michelle Lam scored two and the opposition voted Emma Bracey player of the match.

Playing Meninas FC Campinas Girls at home were the STACY Girls 12 Wildcats but this week they could not find their claws as the visitors ran out 4-0 winners. The player of the match of the Wildcats was Morgan-Louise Kirikal.

In the Violet division of the HGPL were the STACY 11 Girls Wildcats and their opponents were Harpenden Colts Jets and scoring a goal each for the Wildcats were Emily Gray and Chloe Nuttall. There was a joint player of the match and it went to Zara Millar and Emily Gray for their tackling and defensive play.

The STACY Girls Central turned in a very impressive performance at home to Evergreen Girls Falcons with Aasha Barker on her debut scoring 2 great solo finishes with one on one's with the keeper. Jasmin Mercer scored a fine hat-trick whilst there were further goals from Demi Hall and Sacha Davies and a beautiful chip from the player of the match Sophea Bridge. Well done to Charlotte Luckhurst for her physical bravery and excellent decision making in goal. Top team effort and performance.

In a Lilac division fixture saw the STACY Girls 9 Central play away to Chipperfield Corinthians Girls and they had only six players due to the October half term but they still turned in a good performance with Nell McKinstry scoring a double hat-trick, yes 6 goals. Other scorers were Daisy Oaten, Sophia Nell and Poppy Miller.

Playing in the Pink division saw Jessica Kutcher score a exciting hat-trick for the STACY Girls 8 Central against Meninas FC Recife whilst player of the match Bella Batchelor and Lola Mackintosh both scored one apiece.

 

 

 

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The 8 Romans played Wheathampstead Wanderers Jaguars and scoring a few goals for marching Romans were George Cullum with a hat-trick whilst both Liam Evans and Harry Wilkinson score one apiece.

 

 

 

 

 

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The 18 West lost 4-1 at home to Abbots Youth Yellow in the Red division of the WHYL with Gideon Rowland scoring the West consolation goal.

Taking part in a very close game were the 18 Orient and they eventually lost 4-2 to Oxhey Jets at home with Samuel Beasley and M. Varney scoring the goals for Orient.

Also, at home were the 18 East and the score at half time was 2-0 to high flying Evergreen Youth but in the second half the Saints scored a goal through Gowt Selvarajah, so game on. Evergreen restored their 2-goal advantage late on in the match to win 3-1 eventually in what proved to be a hard-fought win for them.

The 15 South certainly lit up the sky with their own firework display as they rattled in ten goals against Evergreen Youth Colts in a 10-1 win with hat-tricks from Charlie Johnson and Milla Mousdale and some of goals one each from both players flew into the back of the net like rockets. The other goalscorers were Jamie McLeod with two plus one apiece from Mackenzie Gibson and Arjun Sansi whilst Nidiyan Sivakumar was voted man of the match.

Playing Hemel Youth White saw the 15 East earn a point in a hard fought 1-1 draw with George Wilson scoring the vital equalizing goal whilst Chester Reynolds came out on top to win the man of the match award.

Finn Geoghegan scored both of the 15 West's goals in a 2-2 draw against Kings Langley Blue and in doing so saw him win the man of the match award as well, well done Finn.

The 14 West were trailing 1-0 against Everett Rovers Red but they fought back with a excellent team performance to go on and win 2-1 with Charlie Clark scoring both of the West's goals whilst James Evans with a fine defensive display saw him pick up the man of the match title.

After a very exciting match between the 14 Central and Harpenden Colts Harriers saw the Harriers just pip it by winning by six goals to four. Scoring the four goals for the Central were Jonathan Harris with a fine brace with Aaron Lota and Oliver Taylor both scoring one each. The man of the match for Central went to the hard-working Jack Bromwich.

The 14 Boreal were at home to Aston Clinton Colts and at half time Boreal were leading 3-0 and by the final whistle they had rattled in another 6 goals to go on and win 9-0 with Jackson McArthur scoring four superb second half goals. The other scorers were Blenor Brahimi 2, Hamza Ramdani, Farhan Choudhury and Ali Nawar with Adam Smart turning a excellent defensive display and in doing so it saw him pick up the man of the match title.

The 13 South had a convincing 6-2 win over Abbots Youth Red with two goals from man of the match Josh Smith whilst Ben Browning, Sam Estell, Ethan Howard and Ryan Kennedy all scored one each.

The 13 Arrows lost 1-0 to Harpenden Colts Pumas with Louis Godfrey being named man of the match for the 13 Arrows. The young Saints did have a few shots on goal but alas they could not find the bull (or the net).

Playing Bovingdon Thunder away were the 13 Central and it was the home team who cooked up a storm to go on and win 3-1 with Roarke Silcox scoring the Central's only goal whilst Tom Denial was named as man of the match for them.

 

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 Well you cannot say some of these youth matches are not entertaining as in WFL Challenge cup 2nd round saw the 18 South race into a 4-0 lead at half time at home against Omonia Green with Louis Baker-Madec scoring a first half hat-trick plus one from Luke Mann. In the second period the visitors hit back with Omonia Green scoring three goals whilst the South added two more goals to their total from Will Brown and Theo Millar to make it now 6-3. Once again Omonia Green struck back with three goals to make the final score 6-6, woweee. So, into extra time James Latter scored a brace to put the South 8-6 up, surely the match must be over but no once again the Green scored again to make it 8-7 and thankfully this time the South held on for a win. Central and right midfielder Callum Cosgrove was voted man of the match for his hard work during the match.

Also, in the second round of the challenge cup were the 16 East and they were playing Belstone Red at home and by the final whistle saw the East record a 5-2 victory. Dan Gant scored a fine hat-trick for the East whilst Fin Thomas scored a brilliant brace.

In the Red division of the WFL saw the 13 Orient turn in good performance to win 5-2 to earn a hard-fought win with a brilliant hat-trick on his debut from man of the match Jacob Vickers whilst Luca Lepley hit a superb brace to round-up the goalscorers.

Another man of the match was Lennon McKessick who also hit three goals, and this was for the 11 West at home in their game against APB FC Barnet Rams whilst Kyle Lloyd got a single. 

The 10 Centurions were at home to London Colney Youth and scoring a couple of goals for the young Saints was Keon Stapleton with Oliver Lee also popping up with a goal late on. The man of the match went Noah to McKeon-Hewitt.

Also playing at home were the 10 East and they had a match against London Maccabi Lions Black and earning the man of the match award was the hard-working Laurence Theobald. 

The Under 8's were at home to Protech Youth and the very young Saints created 21 goal-scoring chances with Sisaac Stirrat, Henry Neville, Oscar Howlett, Eddie Bailey, Baxter Collingridge and Jack Durrant all going close.

 

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City Youth Match Reports 17 November 2019


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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 17th November 2019

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The STACY 18 Girls were away to Kempston Rovers Girls and despite creating a few chances the Lady Saints found themselves 3-0 down but then Melissa Trulock struck with a well taken goals to pull a goal back. The 18 Girls once again created many chances to win the game but these they failed to take and Kempston broke away to score a 4th goal to win the game 4-1. Midfielder Amy Cowan was voted player of the match for all the hard work she did there.

Away to Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Blues were the STACY 14 Girls South and despite it being a very close game saw the South eventually lose by the odd in five 3-2 with Mia Simmonds and Ellie Langton scoring for the Lady Saints. Well it was hard work to decide who was going to win the player of the match award and in the end, it was awarded to 3 players and they were Grace McMurray, Isobel Corrigan and Miranda Wares.

Thisbe Danford scored the only goal for the STACY 14 Girls North as they lost 2-1 away to Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Red.

The STACY 13 Girls were playing away to Stevenage Starlets Navy Girls and the 13 Girls worked hard to win 2-0 with goals from Erin Mill and Stella Ekblad-Piscetelli whilst for her setting up many of their attacks with her excellent passing saw Elisa Hebblethwaite being named as player of the match.

At home were the STACY 12 Girls North and after leading 2-0 at half time to Kings Langley Red Girls the Saints North eventually went on to win 5-0. Scoring the goals were Michelle Lam 2, Honey Seabrook, Esme Dickson and one for player of the match Emily Edgecombe who had a good game up front.

The STACY 12 Girls Wildcats had a superb 4-2 home win over Harvesters Girls with that goal-scoring machine Reese Anscomb scoring all four of the goals plus she also picked up the player of the match title as well, well done Reese.

Playing Hemel Hempstead Town Red Girls at home were the STACY 11 Girls Central in the Purple division of the H.G.P.L. and scoring a excellent hat-trick for Central was Holly Green. Scoring one goal each for the young Saints were Alicia Gibson, Lauren Viney and Grace Noorian with the skilful and speedy Emily Ball being named player of the match. 

The STACY 11 Girls North had a fine game playing Goff’s Oak and finding the back of the net for the North Girls were Rachel Kincaid, Verity Lobina whilst player of the match Shea Fagan also popped up with a excellent goal as well.

At home to Hitchin Belles Girls White saw the STACY 11 Girls Wildcats take part in a real thrilling match with both teams scoring plenty of goals and scoring them for the Wildcats were Chloe Nuttall with a brace whilst both Ottilie Haylett and Imogen Millar scored one each. The player of the match went to the ever-smiling Abigail Ward who with her darting runs saw her setup a few of the goals.

The STACY 10 GIRLS Central were at home to Garston Ladies Pumas saw the Central play well in attack and give an impressive performance which resulted in Jasmine Mercer scoring five goals whilst player of the match Demi Hall scored twice.

At home to Garston Ladies Lions saw the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats take part in a evenly fought game and scoring two goals for the Wildcats were Elizabeth Baylis.

Another team playing a Garston Ladies squad were the STACY 9 Girls Romans and their opponents were the Wildcats and during the game saw player of the match Lucy Leonard scoring two goals whilst both Izzy Marriott and Liriel Macey both scored one apiece.

The STACY 9 Girls Central played Meninas Curitiba away and scoring a brace for Central was Nell McKinstry which took her tally to 36 for the season. The other scorers were Amber Fells, Daisy Oaten and captain Grace Smith whilst the player of the match was voted for by the 9 Girls Central and they awarded it to their opponent’s player Chloe Searle.

The STACY 8 Girls Romans were at away to Meninas Recife in H.G.P.L. Pink division and scoring six goals for the Romans was Nadeen Kelifa-Young whilst Bonnie Maclean scored a neat brace.

Playing at home Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Solar were the STACY 8 Girls Central and the player of the match Jessica Kutcher hit a double hat-trick for the Central's girls whilst both Lola Mackintosh and Jasmine Noorian scored one apiece. 

 

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The 9 Lions were at home to their fellow Saints the 9 North and scoring a hat-trick for the Lions was Tristan Francis with Joshua Jury, Benji Mellors and Joshua Reynolds also scored goals for the roaring Lions. Scoring a couple of goals for the North was Alfie Miles whilst being named as man of the match was Tristan Mistry for the Lions for his superb passing and his assists from the midfield.

Away to Bedwell Rangers Roma were the 9 Tigers and scoring two goals for them was man of the match George Lim with Lucas Ladd also getting on the scoresheet with a well taken finish.

Playing Codicote away saw the 10 South take path in a match which saw a few goals from side being scored and scoring for the South were Ashton Balding with a brace whilst Finn Henry, Nathaniel Faldo and Julian Jordan all scored one each.

At home to Bury Rangers saw Leo Hooper-Walter score a fine goal from outside the box whilst Harry Murphy following a great turn inside the box saw him finish it off in style. Goalkeeper Seth Coetzee made a couple of brilliant saves during the game whilst the star player went to Harry Heron who gave a great performance in defence throughout the match.

Another inter club match saw the 11 Romans take on 11 Orient at home and following a cracking match from end to end saw Ross Hayden score a goals for the Romans whilst Aidan Bostock converted a Matt Ellis cross at the near post for another goal for the Romans. No info from Orient.

 

 

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Josh Killick scored two of the goals for the 18 East to secure a 3-1 home win over Harpenden Colts Falcons whilst Gowt Selvarjah netted the third goal.

In division 1 of the WHYL saw the 16 Boreal record a 3-2 victory over Sun Sports Yellow following a very close match and that George Sippetts scored two goals (it runs in the family) whilst Tom Durrant hit the third and winning goal.

In the 2nd round of the challenge cup were the 16 South and they played away to Bovingdon Storm and although they lost 4-1 they gave a good performance for most of the game and it was only till the last 25 minutes that they conceded a few goals to eventually lose the match. Scoring the South's goal was Jake Leach whilst the man of the match went to midfielder Liam Nolte-Nel.

The 15 South played away to Harpenden Colts Storm in the 1st round of the Senior League Cup and despite Mackenzie Gibson and Nidiyan Sivakumar both scoring fine goals for the South the home team hit three to win the match 3-2  The man of the match for the South went to S. Hanks.

At home to Harpenden Colts Cyclones were the 15 West and excuse the pun the visitors stormed through the West's defence to go on and win 4-0. The man of the match for the West went to the hard-working midfielder Alfie Gauthier.

Man, of the match Archie Connolly scored the only goal for the 14 West as they lost 4-1 away to Sun Sports Blue.

Away to Sandridge Rovers Red were the 14 Orient and after a match the Saints dominated saw them come out on top 5-0 winners. Scoring the goals was Jensen Dean with a well taken hat-trick whilst Quin Lilicos scored a brace with Joe Mullis picking up the man of the match title.

Jonathan Harris, Neo Haydon, Rafael Hickson and Oliver Taylor all scored one goal each as the 14 Central lost 5-4 after a very tight game away to Harpenden Colts Harriers with the Central 's man of the match being awarded to Ben Blessing.

Michael Napier scored a tremendous hat-trick for the 13 Dragons but even this could not stop the Dragons from losing 6-3 away to Sun Sports Youth in a division 4 fixture and picking up the man of the match award for the Dragons was Austin Kennedy.

In round one of the challenge cup saw the 13 West play away to Echoes and the home team must have thought they were hearing echoes as the ball kept hitting the back of the net as the West went onto win 9-2. Scoring the goals for the Saints was Jasper Button 3, Josh Ladyman 2, Kye Stevens 2, Casey Fletcher and Max Winders whilst Charlie Rose was named as man of the match.

Also, in round one of the challenge cup were the 13 South and they won 3-0 away Croxley Green White with goals from James Beasley, Ben Browning and Freddie Yeo with Ethan Howard picking up the man of the match title.

The third team in the challenge cup was the 13 Central and they eventually lost 4-2 away to Watford Youth Sports with Roarke Silcox scoring both of the young Saints goals whilst Sam Johnson who worked hard in the midfield was named man of the defence.

At home to Echoes Amber were the 12 Centurions and they won finally 7-6 following a real end to end game with Jayden Wright scoring a double hat-trick, yes 6 goals whilst H. Nsubuga scored the 7th goal in the Centurions 7-6 win.

At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Black saw the 12 West go down 5-1 with Matthew Ridgway scoring the west's consolation goal whilst Lewis Cleaton was named as man of the match.

In the County Cup were the 12 Gladiators and they lost heavily against Wodson Park with Leon Rainey scoring the Gladiators only goal of the match whilst Jacob Standing picked up the man of the award.

 

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The 18 Central miserable run continues as they eventually lost 4-0 away Edmonton Pumas with the Central team starting well but defensive mistakes in the first half let the hosts in for two goals. In the second half it was all Edmonton and they scored another two more goals to take all the points. The man of the match for Central went to Matt Roome.

At home to Bloomsbury Academy were the 13 Orient in round 2 of the league cup and the Orient were in tip top scoring form with their top scorer Luca Lepley scoring four goals whilst his strike partner Dima Gusev scored a brace in their 7-1 win. The other scorer for Orient was Tomer Cohen whilst Josh Toop was named as man of the match after giving a flawless performance at centre half.

In the 2nd round of Junior League Cup saw the 13 Spartans give a fine performance against Whetstone Lions which saw them win eventually 4-1 after extra time. Prolific goalscorer Dewayne Mitchell scored one as did Isam Jamill whilst the man of the match Eduardo De Costa hit a fine brace.

The 12 Victoria did not have a league match their opponents for the today were cup tied as so they quickly arranged a friendly against their WHYL  club mates the 12 Romans which saw the Victoria come out on top by winning by eight goals to four.

Scoring for Victoria were Max Milton, Luca Ward 2, George Betteley, Stanley Seeby and two from man of the match Toby Read.

The 11 West were at home to Enfield Town and scoring a excellent hat-trick for the young Saints was man of the match Otis Lau-Johnson with both Lennon McKessick and Jack Burke scoring one each.  Also having a good game was goalkeeper Harvey Ryan.

 

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The U18s were away at Hitchin in the league playing on the 3g at The Arena Stadium in Baldock.

Hitchin set up to frustrate the Saints from the outset with 11 men behind the ball. This afforded the saints with lots of possession but asking questions of how to break Hitchin down. It took 25 mins a slick move from the back-saw a cross into the box which Lankshear met hitting the bar and Banerjee on hand to tap home. Saints were awarded again shortly after another attack down the right found Wilkins whose fizzing cross found Lawrence who flicked the ball into a Hitchin defender in the 6-yard box 2-0. Hitchin had to change their tactics and pulled a goal back from their first dangerous attack when their striker wriggled free and fired a left foot shot into the net. Saints made it 3-1 just before half time Geller broke down the right and his cross came back off the woodwork with Lankshear on hand to slot home. 3-1 at the interval. 

As expected, Hitchin came out more adventurous however Saints continued to control the game. Hitchin pulled a goal back when Banerjee looking like had been fowled in his own box lost the ball and the Hitchin forward finished well leaving Saints keeper Galatis with no chance.

Saints weren't finished though and were rewarded by another fine move with Geller finding Ralfe to make it 4-2. With 2 mins to go Saints nearly made it 5, some nice interplay down the left found Hinkson who put in a great cross to the back post for Lawrence to head just wide. MOM Alex Lankshear. Full time 4-2 to Saint Albans.

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City Youth Match Reports 27th October 2019


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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 27th October 2019

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In a division one fixture saw the STACY Girls 17's play Watford Ladies Hornets away and after a very tight game saw the young lady saints win 3-2 with goals from Mia Pinkham, Sam Farrer and Sophie Veal whilst Anna Gifford was voted player of the match.

In the county cup saw the STACY Girls 13 South take on Hitchin Belles Blue and after a close game which saw the score remain 1-1 at half time with Stella Ekblad-Piscitelli scoring for the 13 Girls South. In the second period saw the Belles Blue score two more goals to win 3-1 whilst the player of the match was awarded to the hard-working Elisa Hebblewaite.

Away to Garston Ladies Jaguars saw the STACY Girls 12 North win 2-1 despite the Garston Jaguars dominating most of the game but they did not take their chances whilst the North did score through Alessia Cipolla and Scarlett Robb who also missed a penalty. The player of the match went to Alessia Cipolla.

At home to Harvesters Girls in the Purple league were the STACY Girls Central and scoring a cracking goal for the Central was Holly Green whilst Aoife Flanagan was named player of the match.

Playing Harvesters Girls at home in a Lilac fixture were the STACY Girls 11 North and scoring a goal apiece for them were Rachel Kincaid and Shea Fagan. There was a joint player of the match and it went to Shea Fagan and Mikayla Blessing.

The STACY 11 Girls Wildcats certainly lived up to their name as they played away to Stevenage Starlets with Chloe Nuttall scoring three fine goals following a great team performance. Emily Gray also scored a goal with the whole team being voted player of the match.

There is nothing like a few oranges at half time to perk a team up as Olivia Wood marked her 50th appearance for the STACY Girls 10 Central with 5 goals in there away game with Berkhamsted Raiders Mete. Also scoring a goal was Sacha Davies who was excellent in midfield with another trademark curling left foot shot. Also celebrating her 50th club appearances for the team was Charlotte Luckhurst with a solid defensive performance.

Playing London Development Academy away were the STACY Girls 9 Romans which booth Izzy Marriott and Eva Barenthein scoring a hat-trick apiece. Other goalscorers were Lucy Carter with 2 and player of the match Rose Sharman with one.

The STACY Girls 9 Central were at home to Bury Rangers Red in a Lilac game in the HGPL and being top of the pops was Nell McKinstry who scored 8 goals with Daisy Owen scoring a hat-trick whilst both Grace Smith and Georgia Miller scored one each. The player of the match for the Central Girls went to Sophia Neil.

 

 

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The 8 East were at home to Bengeo Tigers Bengals in a White division fixture of the HBDL and earning the man of the match title was captain Daniel Jayawardena whilst Hassan Nahaboo-Carranza scored two goals and James Griffiths got one.

At home to Ware Youth Clarets were the 8 West and they had a good game against them with goals from Seth Keaveny, Harrison Walker plus an own goal.

Well the next match was played in great spirits as the 9 South played their club mates the 9 Lions and scoring goals in this game were Evan Love with and Joshua Jury with one. the man of the match for the South was Zac Johnson whilst for the Lions saw it go to Edward Beard.

Playing Welwyn Garden Pegasus Sapphires were the 10 North and they scored goals through Junior Mitchell, Alfie Sangster(pen)  plus a spectacular strike from Nathan Payne. The man of the match went to Noah Fox who defended well my making sure he was blocking everything on the line.

Away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas saw Lucas Thomas score two goals for the 10 South whilst Finn Henry netted just once with Oliver Sanders having a outstanding game in the midfield.

In the Green division of the HBDL saw Harry Murphy score a great goal for the 11 East from a very tight angle whilst Leo Hooper-Walter's powerful free kick was denied by a great save from the Watton Youth Dragons keeper to stop the East from scoring another goal. The star player was shared by Seth Coetzee and Harry Murphy who both gave great performances for the East team.

Josh Gibson hit a cracking hat-trick for the 11 Central in there match away at Welwyn Pegasus Azures whilst Harry Watts netted a brace with Hamish Craigmyle scoring once.

Wheathampstead Wanderers Panthers were the opponents for the 11 Romans in a Black division match in the HBDL and it was an exciting game with goals from Ross Hayden, Harry Bishop Camba plus one from Barcelona born new boy Marc Ramon whose goal was struck from the tightest of angles late on. The man of the match went to Elliot Campbell. 

 

 

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The 18 West lost a close match 5-3 away to Hemel Aces Lions in division 2 of the WHYL  with Adam Johnson, Gideon Rowland and Alex Sharkey all scoring just one goal each.

The 18 Orient also took part in a in a tight match when they played Harpenden Colts Magpies away but by the final whistle the Magpies had won 3-2. Scoring for Orient were Samuel Beasley and A. Bigg whilst Kit Rainford was named man of the match.

In a real end to end match saw plenty of goals from both sides as finally the 18 East lost 5-4 away to Cassiobury Rangers Blues and scoring some goals for the East were J. Quesada Thorn 2, Conor Robinson and Sam Doidge. 

The 16 South lost 1-0 to Abbots Youth Yellow in division 2 of WHYL with the hard working James Justice earning the man of the match title.

The 15 East certainly kept the Wheathampsted Wanderers Pumas caged as the East romped to a 7-0 win with goals from Samuel Boca-Mapp 2, Jonathan Nash, George Wilson, Nick Berman plus 2 from man of the match Harry Thomas.

Two goals from Finn Geoghegan were not enough from the 15 West as they lost 9-2 to Bushey Oxhey Cougars whilst Flynn Sweeney picked up the match award.

Well it was the 14 Victoria who took the plaudits as they played there fellow club mates the 14 West with a 7-1 victory. Scoring the goals for Victoria were Joe Caffery 2, Ashton Latter 2, Archie Hobbs, Ollie Mullen and Freddie Roe with Zak Davies being named there man of the match  For the West saw Freddie Penford score their goal whilst there man of the match was awarded to Cody Smith.

The 14 Boreal lost heavily away in the challenge cup to Hemel Youth White with Alfie Smart being named as man of the match.

A fine strike from Freddie Yeo gave the 13 South the lead away Everett Rovers Yellow but in the end the South had to settle for a disappointing defeat when they eventually lost 5-1. The man of the match went to goalkeeper Jake Lee who kept the scoreline down with some fine saves.

The 13 Central scored three goals in there match with Croxley Green White but it proved not to be enough as they went down 6-3 and scoring for the Central were Roarke Silcox 2 and Dean Bladon with one whilst Elinge Mosima was named man of the match.

The 13 West continue there good form with a 2-0 away win at Evergreen Youth Eagles with Charlie Rose and Kye Stevens scoring the goals with Rory Graham picked up the man of the match title.

The 13 Dragons could not breathe any fire as they lost 6-0 at home to FC Hemel with the versatile Mattie Verdier earning the man of the match plaudits. 

The 12 Romans put up a strong defensive shield wall as they went onto beat Hemel Youth Green away 8-2 with Harrison Smith leading the way with a excellent hat-trick. The other goalscorers were Simon Bobrowski 2  Luke Glennon 2 and Charlie Yeo with Eddie Diprose being named man of the match.

Away to Aston Clinton Colts saw the 12 Orient win 5-0 with Mattie Watkins scoring a brilliant three goals whilst Alfie Long and Josh Small both scored one apiece.

The 12 South won 6-1 in the challenge cup away to Tornado JSC Red.

 

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 Having just about managing to field a team of 11 players saw the 18 Central take a early lead in there away match with Whetstone Wanderers Jaguars when Josh Penning converted a Matt Roome cross in a White division match in the WFL but they could not keep going as their hosts had a few subs which saw the Central gradually tire during the end of the match to eventually lose 3-1. The man of the match for the Central team was awarded to Robbie Ferguson who was outstanding in the centre of the defence.

The 16 East had there first league win of the season when they defeated Boreham Wood 2000 at home 3-2 with goals from Brandon Trainis, Jack Jacobs and Tom Merritt. Goalkeeper Alex Raudnitz made sure the East had all three points with a fantastic penalty save in the second half.

The 13 Spartans were in a real marching mood as Finchley Academy felt the full force of their attack as the Spartans went onto win 15-0 with Dewayne Mtchell scoring six of the goals. Scoring the remainder of the goals were Zevik Cowell with a hat-trick, Isam Jamil 2, Felix Mensah 2, Cristian Harvey and Eduardo De Costa.

The 12 Victoria could only field 8 players due to half term in there away game at Whetstone Wanderers Tigers and they held out till the last fifteen minutes with the home side using their subs so the fresh legs made all the difference as the Tigers went on to win 8-2. Scoring for 12 Victoria were Aidan Keigher and Stanley Seeby on his debut whilst Luca Ward was named man of the match.

The 10 Centurions played Omonia Green away and scoring some goals for them were Noah and Ollie Lee with 2 apiece whilst  Keon Stapleton and Luke got one each. The man of the match went to Nathan Payne. 

At home to Croxley Green Emeralds were the 10 East and scoring a fine goal was Carwyn whilst Alex McAndrew was named man of the match.

 

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St Albans Under 18 EJA 5 - 3 Cockfosters 

U18s were at home in league today and in spite of all the rain Clarence Park pitch was in good condition and looking for a positive display not having played for three weeks.

Saints started brightly moving ball well and looking dangerous however it was Cockfosters who took the lead following a fluid move and cut back. Saints responded well with Owen and Orde producing two top class saves by Cockfosters keeper. Saints levelled through Owen with a finish into the bottom corner through a group of players. Orde was unlucky seeing a shot from outside the box hitting the upright. Lankshear doing the same this time the bar saving Cockfosters.

Cockfosters still looked dangerous and went ahead through their impressive no 10 who started the move in midfield made a late run into the box.

Saints again pressed and got a deserved equaliser with ball breaking loose in the box from a corner and Carmichaels low shot finding the bottom corner 2-2 at Half Time.

The impressive game continued where it left off Cockfosters keeping the ball well. However with Saints coming down the hill they began to dominate and took the lead with Orde finding Owen in the box his touch was heavy but he managed to square to Lawrence who made no mistake from 5 yds. Cockfosters equalised again following a cross that wasn’t cleared and finished smartly.

It wasn’t long before Saints restored their lead with another slick move through the midfield Orde breaking free in the box to set up Wilkins who finished well. Saints then extended their lead another excellent move through the midfield with Ralfe finding Lawrence on the edge of the box who slotted through Lankshear who hit a low shot through the keeper. Saints saw the game out with 10 men following a sin bin taking a deserved win and maintaining their unbeaten run in the league.

MOM went to Saints left back Moray Hinkson.

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