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City Youth Match Reports 4 October 2015

See how your team did, read the latest City Youth match reports here.

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St Albans City Youth Match Reports w/e 4th October 2015

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St Albans City Youth – Boys

Under 18

The Under 18 Warriors lost out to the odd goal in five (3 – 2) to Hendon. Scoring the goals for the Saints were Lewis Glasscoe and Nico De Oleveria.

Yaku Stapleton scored the only goal for the Under 18 West in their 3 – 1 defeat to Bedmond Youth.

The Under 18 Orient also lost by the odd goal in five (3 – 2) when they played Abbots Youth. Man of the match Tom Nicolson scored the first goal for the Saints and Barney Nils Nolan netted the second.

Under 16

The Under 16 North played away to Evergreen in the league and run out winners by nine goals to nil. Leading the list of scorers was Alfie Booth 3, Ollie Hann 2, Gian Paolo Manzi, Christopher Hubbard, Sean Ahearne-Smith and Jack Skinner. The man of the match went to keeper Fergus Munn who was outstanding.

The Under 16 Central played high flying Hemel Hempstead Red (who play two divisions above) in the League Cup. For the first fifty minutes the Saints kept the score down to 8 – 4 but then they lost their way and finally crashed 16 – 4. Scoring the Saints goals were Olly Brett 2, Steve Gee and Joseph Pate.

In another high scoring match in the League Cup the Under 16 South played fellow club mates the East WHYL with the South winning 14 – 1. Callum Keane scored his first goal of the season for the East and a gutsy and tireless performance from Josh Dew saw him named man of the match. Scoring for the South were Omar Bounyafe 4, Ben Gosling 3, Matty Gallagher 3, Ronan Moutou 2, Jared Walsh and Khaled Uddin.

Away to Harpenden Colts saw the Under 16 Orient lose 3 – 1 with keeper Erik Kieffer netting the Saints only goal.

The Under 16 East WFL played Hadley Wood & Wingate and lost 5 – 0. The man of the match went to Ollie Pawlaczek.

Under 15

The Under 15 North had a sound 6 – 1 win over Nascot Wood in the County Cup with Jack Hughes netting a hat trick. The other goals came from Cameron Clark 2 and Ben Dimmock. Victor Dehon was named man of the match.

A goal apiece from Joe Newton, Harry Smith and man of the match Joe Casall helped the Under 15 South record a 3 – 2 win over local rivals Harvesters in the County Cup.

Another team that had a round 2 win in the County Cup were the Under 15 Orient who beat Cuffley Youth Lions 10 – 0. The Saints scorers were Luke Gymer 3, Freddie Wilkinson, Michael Gabblah, Lewis McCall, Karis Broomfield, Ibrahim Rahman and Harry Easterby.

Playing at home to Croxley Hawks were the Under 15 East who eventually lost 4 – 3 after a very close game. Man of the match Demetrius Johnson scored three excellent goals and Stephano Finks netted the fourth goal.

The Under 15 West were knocked out of the County Cup at home to Belstone. Zack Quinn had a very good match for the West.

Under 14

The Under 14 North played Bushey & Oxhey Dragons in the County Cup but it was the North who breathed fire as they scorched the Dragons 10 – 0. Leading the way was Billy Owen 3, then came James Lawrence and Sam Mistry with two goals each. The other goals came from Dan Banerjee, Emir Johnston and Ed Mann. Giving a great display at left back was Jamie Armstrong who was named man of the match.

Having a great 4 – 1 victory over Hemel Hempstead were the Under 14 West, scoring the goals were James Knapp, Adam Johnson, Stefan Martin and William Skinner.

At home to Cuffley Youth Milan in the County Cup were the Under 14 East who won the game 2 – 1 after a good team performance. All the goals came in the second half, for the Saints the goals were scored by Ben Adshead and Harry Peter. Harry Peter did find the back of the net again but the goal was disallowed for offside. The man of the match went to winger Luke Smith.

The Under 14 Orient took part in a high scoring entertaining game which ended 5 – 4 in their favour over Abbots Youth. The teams rock and man of the match Peter Rock scored three goals the other two goals were scored by Kai Hobbs (one from the penalty spot).

Under 13

At home to Hemel Aces were the Under 13 North who eventually lost 4 – 1 with Dan Ludwig scoring the Saints only goal.

The Under 13 Central took part in a well matched game at Evergreen but it was the Young Saints who came out on top with an excellent 4 – 1 win. Scoring the goals were Joshua Penning, Matt Roome, Daniel Onochie-Williams and one from man of the match Alex Sommerbauer.

Max Bowman scored the consolation goal for the Under 13 East in their 7 – 1 defeat to Whetstone. Declan Jackson was named man of the match.

Man of the match Louis Baker-Madec scored the only goal for the Under 13 South as they lost to Edgware.

Playing away to Chorleywood Common were the Under 13 Orient and they came back with all the points after a 3 – 0 win. Scoring the goals for the Orient were Samuel Beasley 2 and Ollie Gilmour. The man of the match went to Jimmy Donovan.

Under 12

Away to Potters Bar saw the Under 12 West go down 2 – 1 after a very close game which saw Huw Dawson score a great goal for the West.

Aston Clinton Colts could not control the strength of the Under 12 North striker Louie Sampson as he hit four goals in their 7 – 2 home win. The other goals came from Ryan Corcoran, Sam McKenna and Thomas Coulling. Right back Zahid Nasser was named man of the match.

The Under 12 Colts played Bushey and Oxhey Hawks and gradually went down 6 – 4. George Sippetts scored two of the Souths goals, the other two goals came from Ryan Solly and Jack O’Rahilly.

The Under 12 East Blue beat Hadley Rangers 2 – 1 with goals from Jamie Hilton and Lorenzo Johnson.

The Under 12 East Yellow were losing 2 – 1 to Hemel Hempstead Town White. The Yellows pulled a goal back just before the break when Oscar Evans diving header rebounded back off the post and after a goal mouth scramble Freddie Laycock fired the loose ball home. In the second half the Yellows really started to buzz and Oscar Evans made it 2 – 2 from the penalty spot and then a delightful shot from William Miller put them 3 – 2 up. There were plenty of efforts on the Hemel goal but alas they did not go in. Then, right at the end of the game the visitors snatched a late equaliser for the game to finish all square at 3 – 3.

Under 11

The Under 11 North played Hemel Aces in a very entertaining match. There were goals from George Wilson, Finlay Eames-Illingworth, Joseph Beardon and Harrison Shaw.

Under 10

The Under 10 East played Wormley Youth and there were goals from Joel Whitworth and Jensen Dean.

The Under 10 West played Letchworth Garden City Eagles and there were goals from Charlie Clark and Cody Smith (his first goal of the season). The man of the match went to Archie Connolly for and excellent defensive display.

The Under 10 Central played Ware Rangers in a very entertaining game. Oliver Taylor scored two goals and was also named man of the match.

The Under 10 Victoria played Evergreen Rovers. Archie Hobbs was named man of the match after scoring two goals. Zak Davies also had a good match after setting up both of Archie’s goals.

Under 9

The Under 9 West played away to Chorleywood Eagles. The man of the match went to Josh Woodley who was fantastic in goal. Tommy Morgan scored for the second week running, and his Grandad missed the goal again!

The Under 9 Orient played Chipperfield Corthinians, there were goals from Harry Gaines and Thomas Boca-Mapp.

Under 9 Central played Hemel Comets. The man of the match went to Josh White, keeper Brym Jenkins also had a great game. There were goals from Ethan Seiger 2 and Tyler Hall.

The Under 9 Dragons played Panshanger Lions. The man of the match went to Max Austin (he also scored) The other goals came from Michael Napier 8, Joshua Francois 3, Dylan Norman, Alfie Brown and Aayan Hussain.

Under 8

The Under 8 North played a fun game with Broxbourne Blues, there were goals from Alfie Bedell, Charlie Yeo, and man of the match Kaden Rajkumar.

The Under 8 East played Wheathamstead Sharks. There were goals from Danny Quinn 2, William Storey, Samuel Philpot, Arthur Vessey and Dylan Jack.

St Albans City Youth – Girls

Under 16

The Under 16 Girls South beat Bishops Stortford 3 – 0 with goals from Abby Durrant, Elysia Ramsdale and Rosie McGahan. The player of the match went to Isabella Tagg.

The Under 16 Girls North played at home to Bury Rangers, midfield player Nicola Gosling was named player of the match.

Under 15

The Under 15 Girls North lost 4 – 0 to Bishops Stortford. There were joint players of the match to players who worked hard throughout the match, they were Eleanor Keating and Ollie Chrisp.

The Under 15 Girls South went down to Kinja Rockets. Grainne Kellett had some hard luck when her shot hit the crossbar and midfielder Phoebe Skinner was named player of the match.

Under 14

Playing at home to Kings Langley, the Under 14 Girls had a great 3 – 1 win with player of the match Sophie Bates striking all three of the goals with some great finishing in and around the box.

Under 13

Playing away to Harpenden Colts Girls saw the Under 13 Girls romp to a 4 – 0 victory with three goals from Mia Pinkham and one from Katie Holder. The player of the match went to Sian Watson.

Under 12

The Under 12 Girls South had a close 4 – 3 home win over Hoddesdon Owls with Emma To and Zoe Cowan both scoring two goals apiece. The player of the match went to Francesca Bradley.

Under 11

The Under 11 Girls North played a friendly against Harpenden Girls. Katie Leigh scored two goals.

The Under 11 Girls North played a friendly against Watford Ladies. There were goals from Tatyana Barton 3, Kiera Ward 2, Katie Leigh 2. It was a fine performance from all the girls.

Under 8

The Under 8 Girls played a friendly against Broomfield Academy. There were goals from Laura Brown 7, Maya Deans 4, Emma Bracey 2, Grace Gauthier and Rebecca Smith.