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St Albans City Youth Match Reports w/e 22nd November 2015
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St Albans City Youth – Boys
The Under 18 West were paying away to Hemel Aces Wasps and went on to win the game 2-0 with goals from Paolo Ditri and Sam Waters-Rathjen. The man of the match went to left back Ellis Allan.
In the Challenge Cup the Under 18 East crashed out against Comets 6-0.
Playing at home against Olympiacos saw the Under 16 North pick up a point with a 1 – 0 draw thanks to a goal from Sam Ahearne-Smith. The tricky and skilful Will Sharp was named man of the match.
Man of the match Sam Abington scored two of the Under 16 East WHFL goals in their 4 – 3 defeat away to Sandridge. The East’s third goal was scored by Conor Jungnickel which was a screamer when he let fly from the halfway line.
Playing Omonia were the Under 15 South and they had a good 4-1 win with goals from Harrison Arnold 2 and one each from Harry Smith and Ross Weaver. The midfield General Max Bell was named man of the match.
In the Red Division of the WFL the Under 15 Orient lost 2 – 1 to Berkhamsted Youth with Michael Gabblah scoring their goal and also coming out on top as man of the match.
The Under 15 West finally got a game under their belts but it was not the result they wanted as they went down 4 – 1 away to Harpenden Panthers. The scorer for the West was Kai Takahashi. Keeper Ben Atkin was named man of the match.
In a Junior League Cup tie there was an eight goal thriller which saw the Under 13 North draw 4 – 4 against Redbourn. In real goal scoring form was Jack Geldard who scored all four goals with some great finishing for the North.
Playing away to Alexander Park were the Under 13 South and they won the game 3 – 0 with goals from Will Brown, Conor Kelly and Tom Dodd. The man of the match went to keeper Charlie Craddock.
The Under 12 West played London Maccabi away in the County Cup and won the tie 2 – 1 with the football dynamo Jack Cullen scoring both of the Saints goals to take them into the next round.
In another County Cup match, the Under 12 North, who were due to play at home but due to a waterlogged home pitch the match was switched to the opponents ground at Everett Rovers. At half time the North were losing 4 – 0 but it must have been some half time team talk as the North came out in the second half and scored five goals to win the match 5 – 4. Louis Sampson led the way with four terrific goals and man of the match Ryan Corcoran scored the fifth goal. Manager Alison Curran said she needed some heart tablets to control the downs and the Ups of the match.
The Under 11 West played Harpenden Cyclones and there were goals from Finley Rees 3 and Leo Tashev. The man of the match went to midfielder Caleb Ezequiel.
The Under 11 South played Broxbourne Borough Blues.
VICTORIA GO TO WEMBLEY
The Under 10 Victoria finished a creditable 5th in the 'Indesit Road to Wembley' finals day played at Wembley Powerleague on Saturday 21st November.
Drawn in a tough group with the regional winners from Birmingham, London, Tyneside, Northern Ireland and Scotland the boys did brilliantly to win 2 and draw 1 of their opening games, before losing narrowly to London winners (and eventual finalists) Academy de Skillz to miss out by a single point on a semi-final place.
It was a fantastic day for the boys who won a place at the finals after winning the Hertfordshire regional tournament back in October. The day started with a team breakfast followed by a tour of Wembley Stadium where the boys got to taste life inside England's dressing rooms before having pictures in the Royal Box with the FA Cup.
This was a superb effort by our boys who demonstrated what great progress they have made in the last two years through hard work and skills development by playing futsal.
The Under 10 Victoria also played Abbots Youth and there were goals from Oscar Bell 2, Martin Flore, Benjy Stone, Archie Hobbs and Cameron Wilson. This was a brilliant performance from the team.
The Under 10 West played Welwyn Pegasus and the man of the match was Cody Smith.
The Under 10 Orient played Hatfield and there were goals from Callum Crowther and Jack McDonald. The star player for the Saints was George Ilari.
The Under 9 North played Cheshunt Youth and there was a goal from Noah Butler.
The Under 9 South played Wheathamstead Tigers and there were goals from Josh Smith 2 and George Robertson. The man of the match went to Freddie Yeo for a great defensive performance as did James Beasley. The Saints keeper Ben Pearman also had a good match.
The Under 9 East played Hatfield Youth and there were goals from Tom Jennings 2, Liam Powell 2 (plus he was also named man of the match) and Will Antcliffe.
The Under 9 West played away at Little Gaddesden and in a very entertaining match there were goals from Jacob Nyamupingidza 3 and Rory Graham.
The Under 9 Orient played away to Hemel Aces, in a very entertaining match there were goals from Bertie Postema 4, Alex Hails 2, Dean Bladon 2 and Thomas Boca-Mapp. The man of the match went to Angus Kerr who was very good in defence.
The Under 9 Central played a match with Chorleywood and there were goals from Tyler Hall, Ethan Sieger and Joseph Golding (who was also named man of the match).
The Under 9 Arrows played Wheathamstead Wanderers Cougars and there was a goal from man of the match Oliver Jay.
The Under 9 Saxons played a game with Ware Lions White.
The Under 9 Girls North played a match with Bedwell Rangers Comets. In a very good game there were goals from Amy Reeves 2 and Cora Bayliss. The player of the match went to Ebba Taylor-Pugh.
The Under 13 Girls played local rivals Harvesters and the Saints won the game 3 – 2 with goals from Mia Pinkham 2 and Maz Horne-Bedet. Laura Gifford was named player of the match in this tight home match.
There was not much joy for the Under 14 Girls in their match with Garston Girls as they went down 9 – 3. Scoring the goals for the Saints were Hannah McCorkindale 2 and Claudia Scrimgeouri. Bo Westcombe-Evans was named player of the match.
Despite battling hard against a strong Kings Langley side the Under 15 Girls South concede two goals in each half to lose 4 – 0. Defender Sophie Hegerty was named player of the match.