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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 27th September 2020
HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP
Well Girls season finally got going and we start off with the STACY 16 Girls North who were playing Garston Ladies Panthers at home and the lady Saints got off to a winning start with a 3-2 win with the player of the match Esme Hume scoring two goals and she also had a good game in midfield whilst Kiera Ward scoring the third goal.
Also picking up a fine result were the STACY 15 Girls North as they beat Garston Ladies Lions 5-0 with Thisbe Danford in good form by scoring a hat-trick and she also picked up the player of the match award as well. Scoring the other two goals were Abbie Bierman and Sarah Jane Spears with one apiece.
Another team who had a brilliant win were the STACY 15 Girls South as they overcame Harpenden Colts Jaguars by the scoreline 9-1 with the player of the match Maisie Humphreys scoring five yes 5 goals. The other scorers were Mia Simmonds with a neat brace whilst Grace McMurray got one as did Ava Rose which was her first goal for the team.
No such joy for the STACY 14 Girls South as they lost 3-1 away to Ruislip Rangers Clarets with Deenah Khan scoring the South's only goal whilst keeper Ruby Littlechild was named player of the match.
At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Red saw the STACY 13 Girls Wildcats win 3-0 with all three goals coming from the dynamic Reese Anscomb with left midfield Ellie Ratcliffe being awarded the player of the match title following excellent dribbling skills down the wing.
Rosin Cullen scored the only goal for the STACY 12 Girls Central as they lost 7-1 at home to Ruislip Rangers Clarets,
The STACY 12 Girls North playing Evergreen Youth Kites at home took the lead after eight minutes when Rachel Kincaid made a brilliant solo run from the halfway line after which saw her calmly slot the ball past the Kites keeper to make it 1-0. Three more goals followed in quick succession, firstly Roxie Kosh hit home from close range and she was duly assisted by Jacey Dyett who herself scored minutes later when she made a great run down the left and fired a low drive inside the near post to make it 3-0. Scoring the North's fourth goal in their 4-0 win was Verity Lobina with a simple tap in following a stinging shot from Roxie Kosh which was pushed out by the Kites keeper. All four goals came in a 10-minute spell early in the first half.
The STACY 12 Girls Wildcats certainly had a sting in their tail as they ran out 7-2 winners at home to Bury Rangers Girls in what saw a great attacking display up front and also some excellent passing as well throughout the team. Scoring the goals were Chloe Nuttall with four, Maya Till 2 and Imogen Miller with one. There was a joint player of the match and it went to defender Zara Millar whose distribution was excellent out of the back and Maya Till up front who worked hard up front.
At home To Bedwell Rangers Athletico were the STACY 11 Girls Central and the match was played in really good spirits and the Central with excellent defending created some fine chances which saw Jasmine Mercer score two goals whilst both Sacha Davies and Aasha Barker both scored one apiece. Earning the player of the match award was Alice Taylor who was brilliant in both midfield and defence.
Lizzie Baylis and Evie Dullaghan-stone scored the goals for the STACY 11 Girls Wildcats in their away match in the Purple Division against Garston Ladies Pumas.
The STACY 10 Girls Romans were at home to a strong Berkhamsted Raiders Galactic’s team and the Romans put in a good performance against them and Issy Marriott scored the first goal for the Romans after she went past two defenders and hit the ball home from close range whilst Lucy Leonard hit a second goal for the Romans after player of the match Rose Sharman slipped the ball through to her.
Also playing in the Pink Division like the Romans were the STACY 10 Girls Central and they were away to Watford Ladies Hornets with the Central's captain Daisy Oaten scoring four goals. There were other goals from Nell McKinstry 3, Poppy Miller, Grace Smith, and Amber Fells whilst the Central's coach player of the match was awarded to Amelia Crook who set up quite a few of the goals.
Playing away to Berkhamsted Raiders Supersonics were the STACY 9 Girls Wildcats and scoring in her very first game for the team was Isabelle Bird whilst player of the match Edie Launchbury also got on the scoresheet as well with a well taken goal.
At home to Chipperfield Corthinians saw Emily Watts and Gracie Fergie score a goal apiece for the STACY 9 Girls Romans in the Pink Division of the HGPL whilst the hard-working Bonnie Maclean was voted player of the match.
In a high scoring match which saw plenty of goals being scored by both teams saw the STACY 9 Girls Central take on Berkhamsted Raiders Solar away and scoring those goals for Central were Lola MacIntosh 2, Jessica Kutcher, Lottie Dennis and Isabella Skinner. It was such a close call for who was going to be named player of the squad as they all could have won it but it finally went to Lottie Dennis ''pocket rocket of the team'' whilst Evie Rosenheim who also had a brilliant game was just pipped at the post.
Following an excellent performance and some fantastic defending from Martha Mellors and Sophie Neville and great attacking saw the STACY 8 Girls North score a few goals in their match with Meninas Belem Girls with Olivia Carr hitting six fine goals. Also getting on the scoresheet were Jessica Barrett, Jessica Edwards, and Kiki Kosh with one apiece whilst the player of the match went to Martha Mellors for all the hard work she put in during the whole of the game.
In the Purple Division of HGPL saw the STACY 8 Girls Orient play at home Harpenden Colts Girls Wildcats in a high scoring game and scoring five goals during the match for Orient was Josie Henriksen who is the teams answer to Michael Laudrup and Jessica also picked up the player of the match as well. Also scoring a goal for Orient was Grace Taylor with a great run and finish.
HERTFORDSHIRE BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE. FRIENDLIES AND LEAGUE MATCHES ROUND-UP.
The Under 10's Lions played Welwyn Pegasus Skys and there were early goals from Daniel Davenport and Joshua Jury and then Tristian Francis and Benji Mellors added a goal apiece whilst Daniel Davenport scored another to take his personal tally to two for the game. The player of the match went to goalkeeper Oscar Taylor who made a string of outstanding saves throughout the match.
In a match to see who could do the most roaring saw the Under 10 Lions take on Bengeo Tigers Bengals and both sides scored quite a few goals with man of the match Tristan Francis scoring a superb hat-trick whilst Benji Mellors, who not to be out done, hit two excellent goals as well.
Playing Bury Rangers Black were the Under 11's Orient and there were goals from Austin Shepherd, Harry Taylor, and Billy Stone whilst there were brilliant displays from Harry Dennis and Louis Smith.
Away to Bengeo Tigers Caspian’s were the Under 9's South and scoring some goals for the young Saints were Adam Davies 2, Charlie Cox2, Vihan Abeyrathna and Harry Hirst.
In another league match saw the Under 9's South play Bury Rangers Blacks and scoring two goals apiece for the South were Harry Hirst and Charlie Cox whilst William Downes and Henrik Hannam both one goal each. Making excellent debuts were the new players Charlie Cox, Henrik Hannam and Cyrus Merrison and all three gave fine performances.
The Under 9 South were away to Bedwell Rangers Corinthians and they turned in a superb performance to draw 4-4 with goals from Adam Davis, Nathan Wickes, Harry Hirst, and Charlie Cox.
The Under 8's East played the Under 8's South and scoring goals in this match for the East were Louis Burt 3, man of the match Joshua Smith 2, Harry Brewer and Bertie Henson.
Playing Welwyn Pegasus on a sunny but chilly morning were the Under 8's East and there were goals from Daniel Kennedy 5, Harry Brewer3, Joshua Smith 2, Thomas H, Louis Burt and Kian Guigonnet with the man of the match going to Harry Brewer for a fantastic all-round performance.
Fraser Wilkinson scored his first goal of the season for the Under 9's Romans and he had a great assist by Andreas Veasey and the Romans were playing the Under 9' East.
In an end to end game with lots of chances for both sides saw the Under 10's South played Wheathampstead Tiger Sharks and Evan Love scored two goals for the South with his first being a fine strike into the top corner. Toby Sumner with a penalty and Toby Thompson rounded up the scoring for the Under 10's South.
The Under 10's South played a friendly a week before against Herts Vipers and once again Evan Love was amongst the goals this time with a hat-trick whilst both Toby Russ and Toby Thompson scored a brace apiece and Elijah Bailey also popped up with a goal as well. Hugo Perez-Landgrove at the back was on the ball in thwarting the Sharks attacks as they pressed forward and Toby Sumner with some fine passing set up goals for the rest of the players.
The Under 10's South were away to the Under 10's North and Elijah set up Evan Love who scored with an excellent top corner finish. Both keepers Zac Johnson and Jacob Newman were superb as they took turns in between the sticks. Players of the match were Alex Gow who played some excellent passes and Evan Love who worked hard down the left along with Toby Thompson and Toby Russ who also created some great chances.
The Under 9 West had a fine result away to Bengeo Tigers Sabres with Seth Keaveny scoring four goals whilst Aiden Harriman got a hat-trick and Oscar Bentley and Leo Robinson both scored one each. The Under 9's West then played a home match the following week against Wheathampstead and scored the goals for the West were Alex Faldo and Leo Robinson.
The Under 11's Orient turned in a great performance against FC Hitchin Comets with Billy Stone scoring a goal for the Orient. There were superb performances from Alex Hooper and Zak Stamp.
Scoring goals for the Under 9's Romans were George Cullum 2 and Dylan Jones in their home match against Welwyn Pegasus Skys.