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St Albans City Youth Match Reports w/e 14th February 2016
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St Albans City Youth – Deaf FC
St. Albans City Youth Deaf FC 3-2 Reading DFC
St Albans City Youth Deaf FC notched their 3rd win of season by shocking the League Leaders Reading DFC thanks to two goals from the Saints Kevin Walker and a single from Simon Eyers
The Saints Manager for the Day Pete Bishop said "The team is going through a difficult time at moment so this win will be a massive boost to all the players and will, hopefully put a smile on the face of everyone at St. Albans City Youth Deaf FC.
St Albans City Youth – Boys
The Under 18 West drew 2 – 2 against Hemel Hempstead Wasps with man of the match Shaun Aylwood scoring both goals for the Saints.
Starting the game with only ten players the Under 18 East lost to Comets, the man of the match went to David Andrews.
The Under 16 South lost 3 – 0 to Herons Black. The man of the match for the Saints went to Charlie Hall.
The Under 16 WHYL lost to Mill End. The Saints man of the match was Michael Coffee.
The Under 14 East played FC66 in a league game and the Saints came out on top with a 3-1 victory. The goals were scored by Ben Spencer and Kobi Nelson in the first half and Harry Peter in the second period. The man of the match went to Ben Spencer.
The Under 13 North lost 2 – 5 in a friendly to Croxley Green. The scorers for the Saints were Jack Geldard and Diego Pazaran-Butler.
The Under 13 Central also played a friendly and won 4 – 2 against Biggleswade Town. The goals were scored by Daniel Williams 3 and Matt Roome. The man of the match went to new signing Jack Percy.
In the Challenge Cup the Under 12 North were knocked out by Abbots Youth after a 3 – 0 defeat following extra time. The match was 0 – 0 with 3 minutes to go when they let in a goal. They then conceded further goals as they pressed forward in search of an equaliser. There was a joint man of the match Ryan Corcoran and Thomas Couling.
The Under 12 East Blue had a 3 – 2 win over Brady Maccabi Blue after trailing 2 – 0 at half time. The East hit back thanks to goals from Jack Jacobs, Charlie Battle and Jamie Hilton.
The Under 11 South played Elite Feet. Matthew Martin scored.
The Under 11 North played Berkhamsted Raiders and Jamie Breen scored.
The Under 11 East played Panshanger Tigers. There were goals from James Nash 2, Arjun Sansi and Harry Dawe.
The Under 11 West played Sumners Youth Pythons. Muhammad Rahman and man of the match Alfie Gauthier scored.
The Under 10 Boreal played away to Harlow Town Eagles. There were goals from Addison Newe-Doyle, Harry Muir 2 and Carlos Johnson. The star player was Luke Tunnicliffe for leading the defence.
The Under 10 East played Whitewebbs. There were goals from Joel Whitworth 2 and Toby Trewin.
The Under 10 Victoria played Chorleywood Dragons. There were goals from Zak Davies 4, Zak was also named man of the match for some great finishing. The other goals were scored by Oscar Bell 2 and Martin Flore.
The Under 10 West played away at Potters Bar Blacks. Scoring the goals were Alister Lechartier-Rutter 4, Charlie Clark 2 and Cody Smith.
The Under 10 Central played the Under 10 Orient in a very good game. The goals were scored by Akere Ngu, Oliver Taylor and Matt Penfold. The man of the match went to Max McCaullife.
The Under 9 South played Bengeo Tigers in a very entertaining match. Scoring for the Saints were Owen Weaver, Steven Jacobs and Josh Smith. The man of the match went to Owen Weaver.
The Under 9 North played Hertford Town. Adam Gardner 2 and Liam Reed scored.
The Under 9 Romans played Harlow Harriers on a heavy pitch. The goal scorers were Ryan Kennedy, Imad Syed, Max Winders and Tom Bailey.
The Under 9 Saxons played Waltham Cross with Luke Callegari scoring.
The Under 9 Dragons played Frontiers Youth. The man of the match went to Max Austin and Michael Napier scored two goals.
The Under 9 Arrows played Hurst Drive. Oliver Jay scored and Leon Negus-Roman was named man of the match.
The Under 8 West played Ware Rangers Santos. The goals were scored by Alex Evershed 4, Romeo Rojas 4, Freddie Stewart 2. The man of the match was Kyle Rennie.
The Under 8 Orient played St Margaretsbury Hawks. Theo Hancock scored two goals.
The Under 8 North played Hatfield Harriers. There were goals from Judd Austin, Christopher Datuda, Jacob Standing and Kaden Rajkumar. The man of the match went to Alfie Bedell.
The Under 8 South played Hurst Drive. Man of the match Charlie Nicholson scored two goals.
The Under 8 East played Welwyn Pegasus with goals from Arthur Rennie-Sivell 3 and Samuel Philpot.
The Under 16 Girls North beat Harpenden Colts 5-0 away to book their ticket into the semi-finals of the league shield! Player of the match was Romy Kelleher and the goal scorers were Dani Tyler (3), Zoe Thomas and Nicola Gosling (with a fine penalty).
The Under 15 Girls South beat fellow club mates the Under 15 Girls North 2 – 0 thanks to goals from Charlotte Banks and Alice Benson.
The Under 11 Girls North played away at Letchworth Garden City Eagles. There were goals from Tatyana Barton 2 (plus she was also named player of the match) and Katie Leigh.
The Under 11 Girls South also played away but a bit nearer home in Harpenden.
The Under 10 Girls South played Berkhamsted Raiders Blue. In a good match there were goals from Jemima Avery 2, Ellie Langton 2 and Maisie Humphreys. The player of the match went to Rosie Rosenthal.
The Under 10 Girls North played Herts Girls Black. The Saints played a good game and there were goals from Thisbe Danford 2 and Abbie Louise Bierman 2. The player of the match went to Elsa Leech who had a fine game in goal.
The Under 9 Girls South played Watford Ladies. There were goals from Stella Ekblad 2 and Maya Elliot.
The Under 8 Girls played Garston Ladies, there were goals from Laila Brown 4 and Sophie Birkett 3. The player of the match went to Grace Gauthier.