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Match Reports 2016/17

Players Wanted - St Albans City Youth Under 12 Boreal

St Albans City Youth Under 12 Boreal is looking for 2 players for the coming season. We are a friendly and supportive team and set of parents with the only objective of enjoying the game, improving, and having good fun in and out of the football pitch. We formed 2 seasons ago and have gone above expectations enjoying successive promotions. We will be moving to the West Herts League, playing on Sunday, and we are looking for new boys to join us  (especially defenders!). If you're interested please call Fabio on 07918 690838 or email at

City Youth FC Girls Tournament Report 2017


The STACY Girls Sided Football Tournament took place at Highfield Park last Sunday, May 21st at the age groups were 7's, 8's, 9's, 10's, 11's, 12, and 13's and around 140 goals were scored on the day in an exciting day of football. 


After players names, goals they scored are in brackets.

We start with the 7's and there were five teams in the group and they were Stevenage, Garston Ladies and Harpenden Colts whilst there were two teams from STACY Girls named North and South. It was a non-competitive festival and all the girls will receive a medal for taking part.

Playing for the South team were Jessica Reeve, Martha Betteley, Mia Keat, Siena Sahota, Sacha Davies( 2), Olivia Wood( 2) and Jasmine Mercer(5).

In the North squad were Alexa Johnson(1), Isla Keeping, Charlotte Luckhurst, Demi Hall(1), Sophie Bridge(1), Matilda Flynn and Naiya Sookramamen.

We now switch to the 8's and they had two groups of 5 teams and once again it was a non-competitive festival with all the girls receiving a medal each.

In the 1st group were Hitchin Belles, Ware Youth, Garston Ladies Tigers and Hemel Hempstead Town B with of course a team from STACY named North.

The North squad are as follows, Chloe Freedman, Verity Lobina, Sophie Beale, Olivia Beale(3)), Madeline Phillips, Amy Hargreaves, Maisie Taylor, Poppy Neill, Teghan Attwell(1) and Shea Fagan.

In the 2nd group were teams from Hitchin Belles White, Garston Panthers, Garston Ladies Pumas and Hemel Hempstead Town A plus STACY Central.

The Central squad consisted of Lauren Viney(1), Alicia Gibson(2), Amy Gunn(3), Isabella Scully(1), Matilda Stuart, Cordella Snelling, Aolfe Flanagan, Maya Deans(1), Mia Di Trolio(1).

On to the 9's and there were six teams in that group with Hitchin Belles having two teams A and B, Herts Girls, Garston Pumas, Evergreen FC plus one STACY team.

Playing for the 9 Girls were Sophie Birkett(1), Emma Bracey, Gabby Bradley, Laila Brown(4) Olive Jones, Rebecca Smith, Zia Terywell, Scarlett Robb(3), Bailey  Kilner and Grace Gauthier. 

Moving on to the 10 Girls saw the STACY have three teams taking part in one group and they were South, West and North with the other teams being Harvesters North and Berkhamsted Raiders Meteors.

We start with the North and playing for them were Ruby Littlechild, Lauren Reeves, Georgina Blandford, Purdy Brooks, Poppy Mantain, Evie Cussans(1), Annaialise Moss and Talia Joseph(4).

Next, we have the South and in their team were Emillie Hicks, Marina McCullen, Caitlin Adair, Alicia Moss, Anna Cox(1), Violet Shepherd, Mayia Elliott and Maisie Francis.

Onto the West squad and they were Freya Elliott, Hannah Pope(2), Scarlett Mills(1), Ebba Taylor-Pugh, Amy Reeves, Florence Tatlock(1), Stella Eklad-Piscitelli and Erin Mill.

After the young Girls, Football Festival saw every girl presented with a Medal and presenting these were Sarah Kropman, Louise Shepherd, Jo Shepherd and Terry "Tezza" Edwards.

In the 11's, 12's and the 13's Girls Festival saw the first two age groups split into two groups with the winners of each group going to play each other in the final whilst the two runners-up in each group play for 3rd and 4th place.

In Group A saw teams from Potters Bar Crusaders, Watford Ladies, Herts Girls FC A, Berkhamsted Raiders, Ware Rangers and STACY North.

Watford Girls won Group A by three points from Ware Rangers Red and so go on to play in the final against the winners of Group B.

In Group B there were seven teams and they were Herts Girls B, Chorleywood Common, Harpenden Colts, Garston Ladies Wildcats, Hitchin Belles Blues, Ware Rangers White and STACY South.

Chorleywood Common won Group B by one point from Garston Wildcats and so go on to play Watford Ladies in the final whilst Garston Wildcats go and play Ware Rangers Red for 3rd and 4th place.

In the final saw, Watford take first place with a 3-0 win over Chorleywood Common whilst Ware Rangers Red finished in 3rd place with a 1-0 victory over Garston Ladies Wildcats.

Goalscorers for Watford Ladies during the tournament were Macey Bannerman-Lloyd 3, Millie Elwood 2, Hanna Rostek 2, Olivia Brook and Megan Schofield.

For Chorleywood, the goals were scored by Katie West 5, Mathilde Boloou 2 and Daisy Beesening. 

In the 3rd spot goals for Ware Rangers Red for the tournament were tucked away by Liv Brant 2, Evie Martin and Ella Cripps whilst for Garston Ladies Wildcats the goals came from Olivia Cole 3, Keira Rajkumar, Erin Magill and Ava Lewis. 

The players and scorers for the STACY South are Maisie Humphreys, Beth Watson, Miranda Gordon-Wares, Esme Bush, Ellie Langton, Emilia Fishwick, Grace McMurray 2 and Jemima Avery 1.

The STACY North scorers and players were Ruby Peacock, Beth Seller, Edda Scheving, Abbie Bierman, Elsa Leech, Sarah-Jane Spears, Jocelyn Rennie, Bella Cowan, Amelia Thompson 2 and Chloe Emmins 2.

The 12 Girls Festival of Football consisted of two groups of five teams and in  Group A were Kinja FC, Herts GirlsFC, Ruislip Rangers Clarets, Welwyn Pegasus A and STACY South.

Winners of Group A were Ruislip Rangers Clarets on goal difference from Kinja FC who go on to play for third and fourth place.

In Group B again there were five teams and they were Welwyn Pegasus B, Potters Bar Crusaders, Ruislip Rangers Blues, STACY North and Bury Rangers Girls.

The winners of Group B were yet another Ruislip Rangers team and this time it was their Blues squad whilst finishing in second spot were Potters Bar Crusaders and so in the final saw two teams from Ruislip Rangers.

So to the final which saw both Rangers teams play out a 0-0 draw and even after extra time there was still more goals added so they both decided to share the Trophy, well done to both teams to add a nice sporting touch to the finale.

In the 3rd and 4th place saw Kinja FC take third place with a 1-0 win over Potters Bar Crusaders.

The goalscorers for Ruislip Rangers Blues during the tournament were Krystal Folllett 4, Ellen Atkinson 3 and Roopjot Bath 2 whilst scoring for Clarets were Rie-Anna Both 2, Tessa McCarthy 1, Connie Malone 1 and Ella Cottrel 1.

Now for 3rd place Kinja and their goals were scored by Charlotte Sims 3, Campbell Lazar 1, Sophie Dionission 1, and Faustina Tavassoli 1 whilst for Potters Bar, their goals came from Olivia White 2 and Maya Shah 1.

Once again the hard working crew of Sarah Kropman, Louise Shepherd, Jo Shepherd and Tezza Edwards presented the Trophy and Medals to the winners and runners-up of the 12 Girls Tournament.

Both of the STACY teams finished in a mid-table position and so the players and then the scorers for the North were Olivia Pickersgill, Edith Shakespear, Ruby Tickner, Kiera Ward, Hope Hume, Grace Patrick 2, Esme Hume 2, Katie Leigh 1 and Tatyana Barton 1. Next, we move onto STACY South and playing for them were Lilly Morrissey, Caitlin Morley, Natalie Adams, Pippa Walker, Natasha Soll, Sophie Grant, Faine Harper, Kyla Fellows and Rosie Littlechild 1.

The last age group was the 13's and this was one just league consisting of six teams and they are Garston Ladies Leopards, Welwyn Pegasus, STACY Youth, Watford Ladies Harts A, Yaxley FC from near Peterborough and another Watford Ladies Harts squad named B.

Well, it was very close who was going to win the 13's Group but it was Garston who just pipped it by one point from Yaxley who lost only one match and that was to the unbeaten Garston Ladies Leopards but Yaxley could at least say that they scored 3 more goals than them. 

Garston Ladies Leopards squad and also scorers for the tournament, Arianna Gordon, Grace Coleman, Emma To, Ellen Harrison, Buss Mollay, Zoe Evans, Emily Rollinger 5 and Emma Green 2.

Yaxley FC squad and scorers for the tournament, Jess Hind, Circe Rodgers, Leah Hawkesworth, Renai Bennett 4, Callie Tancred 3, Daisy McGregor 1, Isabella Chaudhuri 1 and Erin Henderson 1.

The STACY Girls Blues finished in third place which is quite good and here is their squad and scorers, Nicole Plumb, Jessica Lees, Francesca Bradley, Georgia Stone, Elizabeth Roberts, Jasmine Price 1, Zoe Cowan 1, Caitlin Watkins 1 and Katie Hamm

Afterwards, the Trophy and the winner's medals were presented to the captain of Garston Ladies Leopards by Sarah Kropman, Louise Shepherd and Jo Shepherd and the runners-up Yaxley FC were also presented with their medals as well.

Well done to all the Coaches of every team who took part plus of course the players and especially the parents who came along to support and watch their children play., many thanks to you all.


Report by Terry Edwards


City Youth Match Reports 14th and 21st May 2017

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 14th May 2017

St Albans City Youth - Boys

Under 18

The 18 East WFL played Hadley Wood & Wingate Foxes in the final of the Spring Shield and although they won 3-1 it should have been a cricket score by all accounts. Scoring the goals were Lucas Martindale, Ollie Pawlaczek and Cain Joseph who unfortunately broke his collar bone soon after, we wish him all the best.

In the WHYL Challenge Cup Final saw the 18 South lose 6-0 despite the young Saints putting up a battling display and Youness Bakhti won the the MOM Award.

Under 13

The 13 South had the majority of the play against Park Street Village in their Division 2 league match but failed to take their chances and finally lost 3-2. Alex Laking-Jerez and MOM Zak Raidi scored the goals for the South.

The 13 North played two matches last week and in the first saw them play Harvesters East away 3-1 with Louis Sampson scoring two goals and Thomas Coulling one. The MOM went to keeper Finlay Tetlow.

In the their next game the North played their club mates the 13 East Blue at home and following a close match saw the North emerge winners by three goals to two. Scoring goals for the North were Jamie Kerr, Louis Sampson and Daniel Curran(that's my boy). The Mom went to Wasim Boksh but it was a close thing as keeper Finlay Tetlow once again was brilliant between the sticks. Scoring for the 13 East Blue were Charlie Battle and Daniel Gant.

Under 12

Away to London Colney Blues were the 12 North and they finally won 3-2 after a very close and tight match with Jake Berry scoring a hat-trick.

Under 10

Under 10 South - Cuffley Tournament Winners

The Under 10 South came out on top by winning the Cuffley tournament after winning 3 penalty shoot outs and a local derby en route. I think it is fair to say that all the boys and parents were very happy. A special thanks to Ben Kelly who has coached the boys for past couple of years and whilst he was not there to watch today he would have been proud of them all too.

In the group stage of the tournament the South won 3 and drew 1 to top the group.

Stevenage Timbers 1-0 (Freddie Yeo)

Potters Bar Black 0-0

Cuffley Zeps 4-0 (Owen Weaver 2, Freddie Yeo 2)

Risden Wood Colts 1-0 (James Beasley)

In the quarter final the South played a tight game vs Ware Lions. It was 0-0 AET and so to penalties. Which the South won 4-3 thanks to some superb saves from goalie Ben Pearman.

In the Semi Final we played against fellow clubmates the City Youth Under 10 North. With many friendships and school mates on both sides it was a strange edgy game with very few clear cut chances. Again it finished 0-0 AET and so to penalties. I think nerves got the better of some of the players but we ultimately won 3-2.

In the final the South played Chars Youth Blues. It was a tough match and with the South falling behind in the 2nd half. However the boys responded fantastically and forced home an equaliser with a minute left to play from Josh Smith. There were no more goals in extra time and so to penalties again for the 3rd time in an hour. Again some superb goalkeeping from Ben resulted in another 3-2 win to begin some great celebrations.

All the 8 players had played their part in a great team effort and they deserved to win the trophy for their sheer resilience in the shoot outs especially those boys who had previously missed but stepped up in the final to take another penalty.

The 10 Orient played Harvesters North in a friendly on Sunday morning and for the young Saints their were goals from Antonio Desiderio who finished off a brilliant team move whilst there were also two great strikes from Bertie Postema and he was also outstanding in midfield.

City Youth Match Reports 7 May 2017

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 7th May 2017

St Albans City Youth - Boys

Under 18


The 18 East WFL League Champions of the Blue Division gave a very convincing performance against AC Finchley North with a excellent 4-0 win with two great goals from Joe Stockwell. Scoring the other two were Ollie Pawlaczek with a sublime finish whilst Ewan Brand finished off a great team move with a superb header at the back post. The MOM went to midfield dynamo Oscar James.

Under 16

The 16 North beat Aston Clinton at home 5-3 in their league game of the season with MOM Matt Breeze scoring two of the goals whilst there were singles from Harry Dougherty, Archie Hall and Rob Devine.

Under 15

The 15 North carry on their fine season by winning the WFL Spring Cup with a 5-0 victory over Croxley Green Blacks. Billy Owen scored a hat-trick and there were further goals from Max Hodgson and MOM Captain Dan Banerjee who gave a excellent display at centre half.

Under 14

Under 14 Central

In the WHYL Senior League Cup Final saw the the 14 Central lose 4-0 to Sun Sports after a very tough game against a very strong team who have lost only once this season in all competitions. They put Central under pressure right from the start and soon they found themselves 2-0 early on and keeper Joe Moss made some fine saves and in doing so kept the scoreline down. Trying to pull a goal back saw Daniel Williams having a great shot saved by their keeper whilst Matt Roome created a few chances for himself. The Central awarded two MOM and they went to keeper Joe Moss and midfielder Ben Sommerbauer who was just stunning in the midfield and although Central tried hard to pull a goal back it would not come.

Under 13

The 13 East Blue won 7-1 against Omonia Green with Brandon Trainis carrying on by scoring yet another hat-trick of goals whilst both Will Austen and Tom Merritt netted a brace apiece.

Drawing 1-1 were the 13 East Blue when they played Abbots Youth in the WHYL Division 3 league match with Mo Moutiq scoring their goal and Tom Witchard being named MOM.

The 13 South dominated the WHYL Division 2 match against Bushey Falcons before conceding a goal in the last minute to lose 3-2. Sam Hicks and Jake Leech both scored spectacular goals for the South whilst the MOM went to midfielder Zak Raidi.

Under 12

Both Bayley Bacon and Jameel Mallik-Cole scored a goal apiece to give the 12 West a 2-1 win over Bovingdon Thunder whilsrt Caleb Ezequiel was named MOM.

Under 11

In a League Cup final match saw the 11 South take on Watford Town Youth and the score at full time ended at 3-3 so the game went to extra time which saw Watford steal the trophy with a late goal to seal a 4-3 victory. Scoring the goals for the South were George Dalton with 2 and Alexis Awonuga with wonderful strike from long range. The MOM went to goalkeeper Ben Huddlestone who was brilliant between the sticks. The whole team gave an outstanding performance.

On Saturday saw the 11 West lose 3-0 to Harlow Town Hawks after what was a very tight game in the Orange Divisional Cup Final with the MOM going Lenny Brandon.


Under 10


Under 10 Romans


The 10 St.Albans Romans clinched the MHRML Maroon Divisional Cup with a captain's goal from Ryan Kennedy as they won 1-0 against Bengeo Tigers Caspians. Although on top for much of the game the Romans had defend strongly for the last 15 minutes after a spirited Bengeo fightback. It was fitting finish to season for the Romans side in that they enjoyed plenty of success in their 26 games this season.

Under 9

The 9 Centurions beat Broxbourne Red in the Blue MHRM Divisional Cup Final by four goals to one. The MOM went to the whole team for a brilliant first season. There were 2 goals for Noah West and one for James McCluskey plus an own goal.

Also playing in MHRM Division Cup Final were the 9 West in the Green Division and their opponents were Hatfield Town Blues and at full time the score remained at 1-1. Scoring the goal in normal time was Freddie Stewart and so to penalties which saw the West win 2-1 on spot kicks. Scoring the penalties were Matty Baker and Daniel Day, well done lads.

Under 8

The 8 East played Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas and scoring a goal for the young Saints was Leo Hooper-Walter whilst their star player was Jude Evans. .Ricardo Roberts was unlucky not to score when he saw his bicycle kick rebound back off the underside of the crossbar.

St Albans City Youth - Girls

Under 14

The 14 Girls nearly did the treble having won the league and the County Cup already saw them play their local rivals Hatfield Town whom they beat in the county cup in the Herts Girls Football League Cup Final but this time Hatfield came out on top after a very close game winning 3-2.

 For the 14 Girls  saw keeper Maisie Grayland pull off a fine save but just before the break Hatfield went in front. At the start of the second half the City Girls came out guns blazing with both Mathilda Finburgh and Mia Pinkham going close. It didn't take long for the 14 Girls to equalise when Mathilda Finburgh swept over a low cross from the right wing whereupon Mia Pinkham racing into the box drilled it low into the back of the net to make the score 1-1. 

Straight from the kick-off Hatfield went straight up the other end and retook the lead and they then added another goal to go 3-1 up. The Saints though hit back themselves and scored another goal when Jess Simpson blasted the ball into the back of the net from ten yards and although they pressed forward for the equaliser themselves it just would not come despite Mia Pinkham and Laura Gifford going very close, still they gave there all and it was a great game to watch.

Under 12

The 12 Girls North were playing Garston Ladies in the County Cup Final at the County Ground at Letchworth and after a very close first half they found themselves 1-0 down at the break down to a shot that hit the underside of the crossbar and bounced on the line and out, was it over well it was 1966 all over again when Geoff Hurst's goal was given as having crossed the line. In the second half Garston Ladies scored two more goals to win the match 3-0 with Briony Stachini winning the POM for the North girls after a very impressive display in a defensive midfield position.

Under 11

The 11 Girls North were on the next pitch and they were playing Berkhamsted Raiders Pulsars in the Final of the Herts Girls League Cup. Amelia Thompson gave the North the lead when she fired the ball home after picking up a loose ball inside the box. It soon became 2-0 when Amelia Thompson sent a beautiful lofted pass to the far post(I still don't how she did it) where Abbie Bierman was waiting and she struck the ball first time and in a blink of a eye saw the ball nestling in bottom right corner for what could be goal of the season. Berko pulled a goal back early into the second period but then North scored again to restore there two goal lead. Sarah-Jane Spears played a lovely through ball for Abbie Bierman to run onto and slot home to make it 3-1. Berko though hit back to make it a tight finish when Jess Parnell scored her second goal of the match but the North held on to win 3-2 and take home the Trophy.

Under 10

In the League Shield Final saw the 10 Girls North play the 10 Girls South and it was an evenly contested match with both sides missing chances so the game ended 0-0 at full time and into extra time saw no goals added to the scoreline. The South keeper Alicia Moss worked hard to keep Cora Bayliss and Emilie Hicks at bay. So the game went to penalties which saw the North win 3-1 with Scarlett Mills, Cora Baylis and Emilie Hicks all converting there spot kicks with the North keeper Ebba Taylor-Pugh. For the South saw Erin Mill, Florence Tatlock and Stella Ekblad-Piscitelli all have brilliant games at the back and up front.





City Youth Match Reports 30 April 2017

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Managers, don't forget to phone the Press Secretary, Terry Edwards by 11:00pm on Sunday with your Result and Match Report. You can call 01727 833685 or you can text 07443541477.

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 30th April 2017

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St Albans City Youth - Boys

Under 18


The 18 West were crowned Champions of Division 3 of the WHYL when they were awarded the points after their opponents could not field a team.

The 18 East drew 2-2 with Brady Maccabi Blue with a last minute goal from Joe Stockwell to keep alive their title hopes and a win next week sees them lift the championship. Scoring the other goal was Cain Joseph whilst the MOM went Will Daly.


Under 16



The 16 West became CHAMPIONS of Division 3 of the WHYL League when they beat Watford Youth Reds 3-2 and although they remained unbeaten during the season having 15 wins and one draw they still had to go to the last match of the season to decide the league winners. Scoring the goals that secured the Championship were Kai Takahshi with two and Louie Roberts with one.whilst the MOM went to centre forward Casey Akajioyi.


The 16 North lost 5-3 at home to Harpenden after a real end to end match and scoring goals for the North were Jack Hughes with a brace and Matt Breeze with the other, The MOM went Jacques Nolte.


Away to Abbots Youth Red saw the 16 South come away with all the points after a fine 7-2 victory and leading the goalscorers was Finbar King with three goals. Scoring the other goals were MOM Ross Weaver with two and one apiece from Fin Banks and Scott Gentle.


Under 15


At home to Everett Rovers Blue saw the 15 East draw 1-1 with James Latter scoring the equalising goal with Asher Stevens picking up the MOM title.



The 15 North played a double header against Croxley and they won the first match 3-1 with Tom Carmichael and Dan Banerjee scoring the first couple of goals with headers. The third goal was scored by Ryan Orde from the penalty spot which was won by Conrad Holland.The MOM went to Chris Rowe who dictated the midfield. In the second game saw the 15 North win 2-1 with Billy Owen winning and converting the spot kick whilst the second goal was scored by James Lawrence with a firm header. The MOM went to Ryan Orde. These victories now mean the 15 North finish champions of the Red Division of the WFL and finish seven points clear having played 14 matches of which they won 12 and scoring 50 goals and finishing on 37 points and Billy Owen leading the goalscorers on 21 goals.

Under 14


The 14 Central played a friendly against Escolla a team from Reading who play in the U15 Premier Division of their league despite being the same age group as the young Saints. The Central team played extremely well in both half's and the visitors had to work to hard break them down and they scored a goal in each half with the second coming in the last minute to win the game 2-0. The MOM was Elliot Smith who had a brilliant game in the centre of the defence.

Under 13

Goals from Joe Stone and Will Austen gave the 13 East Blue a 2-0 win against Alexandra Park North.

Losing 7-1 at home to Highgate & Muswell Hill in the league were the 13 North with MOM Louis Sampson scoring their only goal of the match.

Playing FC Hemel at home saw the 13 South go down 5-0 with Jack Farnham being named as MOM.


Under 12


Tio Jayasinghe scored both of the goals for the 12 South in their 4-2 defeat by Hadley Wood Falcons.


Playing a double header against London Colney Reds saw the 12 North win 1-0 in their 1st match with a goal from Harrison Shaw. In the second gme the North won 3-0 with goals from Charlie McDonald, Jamie Simmons and yet another goal from Harrison Shaw.


Under 11


The 11 East played East Harts Blues in midweek which saw them score a goal by Liam Lavin.    They next played Wormley Blacks away and despite all the boys playing well there were no goalscorers. Seeing that everybody played well they were all named MOM.


The 11 Central were away to Hertford Heath and they scored a goal through Charl Mason whilst the MOM went to Maxim Hayes.



In their final Green Division League match of the season saw they 11 Orient play Wheathampstead away and after a superb team display saw Archie Bentley score 4 goals, 3 for George Dalton plus one each from Callum Crowther, George Ilari and Luca Vinci.


The 11 Boreal were at home to Harlow Town and what a exciting match it was with both sides scoring plenty of goals, Scoring the goals for Boreal were Freddy Penford 2, Charlie Gunthardt 2 and Carlos Johnson with one. The Mom went to Harry Muir after his move to central defender changed the momentum of the match.


In the League Cup semi-final saw the 11 South go through to the final after a 5-1 win over Echoes Orange with a 7-2 aggregate. Scoring the goals were George Dalton with a hat-trick and singles from Jensen Dean and MOM Toby Joyce.


Outstanding performance from all of the team who all turned in a fine display.


Under 10


Both Ollie Kay and and Max Potts-Gorgue both scored goals with some excellent finishing for the 10 Orient in their match with Croxley Green. Bertie Postema in midfield and Josh Toop in defence were both outstanding for the whole of the match.


The 10 North had a close game with Stevenage and scoring goals for the North were Liam Reed and Noah Butler whilst Sam Johnston was named as MOM.


Playing Wheathampstead Wanderers were the 10 East and scoring a goal for them was MOM Sam McCorrigan.


Away to Bengeo Tigers Bengals saw Sam Estell score a goal for the 10 Arrows and he also picked up the MOM award as well. The rest of the squad was Ben Browing, Leon Negus-Roman, Luke Collins, Alfie Wollington, Oliver Jay, Arthur McLaughlin and Max Butterworth.

The 10 Spartans played their final match in the Blue Division at home to Sumners Youth Taipans and scoring a goal apiece for the Spartans were Dewayne Mitchell and Freddie Durbridge.

The 10 Dragons travelled to Watton Youth in what was a close match with Dylan Norman again scoring a goal for the fire breathing Dragons with Alfie Brown picking up the MOM for a fine display in defence. Once again Joe McLoughlin had another great game in goal.



The 10 South finished their league games with a match at home to Ryan Youth and scoring goals for them were Owen Weaver 2, Freddie Yeo 2, Josh Smith and one from MOM Ben Turnbull.


Jack Reeves scored a hat-trick for the 10 Romans in their match with Stevange Borough Revolution whilst both Imad Syed and Max Winders scored a goal apiece.

Under 9


Away to Potters Bar Crusaders Knights were the 9 Orient and scoring a fine goal for them was Freddie Bowler.


The 9 East played the Bengeo Siberians and getting goals for the East were Dylan Jack, Max Pearson and one from MOM Danny Quinn.



Judd Austin, Ethan Evans and Karan Somani all scored a goal each for the 9 North in their match with St Margaretsbury whilst Alfie Bedwell was named MOM.


The 9 Centurions played Knebworth Youth Sabres Black at home and scoring a couple of goals for the Centurions was Noah West whilst picking up the MOM title was Benny Jeffery.


Under 8


The 8 South played a friendly match against Bengeo Tigers and it was Bachir Zaidi who scored a goal for the South. 

In the Mid Herts Rural Minors Purple League saw the 8 North play Bengeo Tigers Caspians and scoring the first goal for them was Dylan Eccles following a great flowing move whilst Oliver Ajaegbu snapped up a rebound for goal number two. Hugo Smith scored two goals and he was denied a third from the penalty spot by a good save from the Tigers keeper. Eddie Johnston was tireless in his tacking, Joshua Cassidy distributed the ball well and Henry Yui pressed the opposition and his tackling and distribution was fantastic.

The 8 West played Cuffley Youth Stars at home and scoring goals for the young Saints were Ben Burt 4, Niall Rodrigues 2, Will Stone and Oscar Roe.

St Albans City Youth - Girls

Under 14

The 14 Girls secured the league title with a 2-0 home win over Hatfield Town and so they remain unbeaten in the league winning 15 of their matches and drawing the other one to finish on 46 points. The goalscorers for the 14 Girls were Mia Pinkham and Mathilda Friburgh who was also voted Joint POM along with Georgia McConachie and Laura Gifford.