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Match Reports 2017/18

City Youth Match Reports 10 December 2017

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Managers, don't forget to Text the Press Secretary, Terry Edwards by 11:00 pm on Sunday with your Result and Match Report. Text 07443541477.

St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 10th December 2017

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St Albans City Youth – Girls

Under 16

The 16 Girls South were at home to Knebworth Girls Wildcats and the winners of this match will move up to second place in the league table. It was the visitors though who took the lead, but the STACY Girls quickly hit back when Alice Benson struck a beautiful shot into the bottom corner of the net. The STACY Girls then went 2-1 up with a clever little chip shot over the keeper from Dasa Griffin but just before half time saw a misunderstanding at the back which let Knebworth in to score an equaliser and make it 2-2 at the break. In the second half it was end to end but the Knebworth defence just could not keep up with the pace of Alice Benson and she scored two more goals with one on one with the keeper and also complete her hat-trick of goals. The player of the match of course went to the pacey Alice Benson.

Under 11

Player of the match Scarlett Mills scored two excellent goals in the 11 Girls home match with Berkhamsted Raiders Asteroids which in the end finished a very close game indeed.

Under 9

The 9 Girls North were at home to Chorleywood Common Lions Girls and there were goals from Verity Lobina 2 plus one from joint player of the match Shea Fagan whilst the other joint player of the match went Maisie Bierman.

Also playing at home were the 9 Girls Central and they played Herts Girls and scoring a couple of goals for them was Lauren Viney with two whilst player of the match Lucy Hosty popped up with one.

St Albans City Youth – Boys

Under 10

The 10 North were away to wait for it the 10 East and there were a few goals in this match and scoring them was Matt Baker with two, Jacob Standing with one and also the man of the match for the North Christopher Datubo scored one as well. The man of the match for the East went to Teddy Carr.

Theo Price struck two fine goals for the 10 South and he also picked up the man of the match award as well in the South's away match with Ware Whites whilst there was also a good goal from Raf Fortuna.

Under 8

Away to Hoddesdon Town were the 8 West and scoring five goals for the STACY West was Bertie Bachmann whilst man of the match Paolo Iacobucci scored four.

Man of the match Will Anfield hit four goals for the 8 North in their away game at Elite Feet Southgate Lions with Sam McCree also scoring four goals as well whilst Hektor Redel netted one.

The 8 South played extremely well in their away match with Lemsford and during the game Sofiane Bendaoud found the back of the net with a quality strike whilst Lucas Thomas was brilliant in defence.

At home to Knebworth Jaguars Blacks were the 8 Orient and there was some excellent team work from Uros Skipic and Louis Smith. Scoring the goals for STACY Orient were Sam Rathbone 1, Nathaniel Parsons 3 and finally six from Billy Stone.

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City Youth Match Reports 3 December 2017

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St Albans City Youth - Boys

Under 18

The 18 East played away to Alexandra Park North and despite a fine goal from man of the match Joe Vance they eventually lost 4-1

Away to Chorleywood Common Archers were the 18 Orient and the home team certainly found the bulls-eye and they raced away to a 6-2 win. Scoring the goals for Orient was Kai Takahashi and Harrison Bean with Callum Furness picking up the man of the match title.

In the White Division of the WFL saw the 18 South play Belstone FC at home and at the final whistle saw the South win 4-2 with Harrison Arnold scoring a hat-trick and he also picked up the man of the match award whilst Scott Gentle picked up the fourth goal.

Under 16

In the 3rd round of the county cup saw the 16 East drawn against the 16 West and at half time the East were leading 4-0 with a hat-trick from Ben Adshead plus one from Ben Spencer. In the second period the East scored another three goals to win the match 7-1 and it was Ben Adshead again who scored another three goals to take his tally to six for the game and also pick up the man of the match award.

The 16EJA lost 2-0 away to Cockfosters despite the boys turning out a good display on a very heavy pitch and after a goalless first half they were unlucky to concede the first goal in the second half with a shot deflecting in off a defender. They were then unlucky with a number of injuries and Cockfosters began to put pressure on the Saints defence and they then scored a second with a well worked move down the left wing and a good header at the far post securing a well-deserved win for Cockfosters. The man of the match for the Saints was Tom Carmichael for a excellent display at centre half with Conrad Holland for a tireless display in midfield.

Under 15

The 15 West won 5-3 at home to Evergreen with two goals from man of the match Sam Pollard and two from Millian Sanderson plus one from Myles Donkin.

Away to Tornado JSC were the 15 East and they fought out fought out an exciting 4-4 draw and scoring the goals were Anton Nicolas Sahota with a hat-trick and Freddie Collins with one.

In the quarter-final of the WHYL Challenge Cup saw the 15 Central play away to Hemel Town Yellow and in an incredible cup saw the Central 2-1 down at half time and then 3-1 down with ten minutes left but then Daniel Onochie-Williams scored to make it a real tense finish. Right on time the Central won a corner kick which saw Jack Percy smash the ball into the back of the net to make it 3-3 and take the game into extra time. Well STACY Central made no mistake in extra time and scored another four goals to win the match 7-3 wow. Scoring the goals was Daniel Onochie-Williams 3, Josh Penning 2 and Jack Percy 2 with Elliot Smith winning the man of the match as he held the defence together when under pressure.

The 15 East otherwise known as the Beast from the East turned in a magnificent performance to overcome a 2-0 deficit to draw 4-4 against unbeaten league favourites Tornado JSC. Scoring a hat-trick was Anton Nicolas Sahota whilst man of the match Freddie Collins scored the fourth goal to secure a point and it was also his 50th goal for the Club.

The 15 EJA were away to Dunstable Town in the league and they made the perfect start scoring after 4 mins with Jack McShane setting up SEAN WALSH for a simple tap in then for the next 10 mins they looked like adding to the score line with Benny Stacey, Bradley Young and Jack McShane all going close to add to the scoreline.

Then Dunstable’s Matt MALONEY capsulized on two defensive errors to put Town 2-1 up and with city looking for an equaliser they got caught out again with Tra LUCAS scoring a third for Town leaving city with an uphill task to get anything out of the match. City came out for the second half well pumped and looking to find a way back into the game but got done on the break again inside ten mins with Mohammad KHAN adding a forth for Dunstable Town and end any chance of a comeback you would think. With still 20 minutes to play CITY did not let their heads drop and pulled a goal back through JACK MCSHANE after some great work from Jude Evans and this lifted the boys and the fightback was on.

Minutes later JASON FATI got on the end of a corner from Joe Vance to take the score to 4-3 and with still 13 minutes to play CITY now were running riot and went looking for the now deserved equaliser and it did take long with JACK MCSHANE getting his second and CITY’S 4th. With still 10 mins to play and the score now 4-4 Matt Maloney then had a great chance to win it for Dunstable, but Bly Thomson made a fantastic save and from that Harry Brady drove out with the ball playing in Bradley Young who then played in JOSH FORSTER who smashed in CITY’S 5th and the winning goal in an incredible fight back from the young Saints to win the match 5-4.

Away to FC Hemel Blue were the 15 North and despite and good battling display the eventually lost 4-1 with Bradley Snell scoring the North's goal whilst the hard-working Scott Parker was named man of the match.

The 15 Orient at home in the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup lost 1-0 to Croxley Green White despite the efforts of the man of the match Daniel Breeze who worked hard up front in the attack.

Under 14

In a WFL Green Division fixture saw the 14 North at home to the 14 East Blue who have only conceded six goals in the league so far, this season but despite them taking the lead with a fine header from Jack Jacobs following a corner kick the North hit back to go on and win 4-1. Daniel Curran got the equaliser for the North from the penalty spot which was then followed by two quick goals from Tyler Cadiou-McCarthy and he also hit the crossbar with a cracking shot just before half time. Early in the second period Tyler Cadiou- McCarthy hit the foot of the near post and later he scored his third goal to complete his hat-trick which takes his tally to 25 for the season and the goal was setup by a superb square pass from Andrew Gentle. Although the East Blue created lots of chances they found the North's man of the match keeper Finlay Tetlow in superb form.

The 14 Boreal and the 14 South played each other in the challenge cup and it was the home team Boreal who eventually came out on top by winning by two goals to one, but it needed a fantastic save from the Boreal keeper Ralf Murray very late in the game to deny South a goal and for the match to go into extra time. Scoring the goals for the Boreal were Oscar Evans and Ben Wick whilst the man of the match for them went Tom Durrant who worked hard up front. For the South their goalscorer was Alex Woodford whilst their captain Nicholas Casey gave a resilient display in defence and in doing so was named the South's man of the match.

The 14 East Yellow lost 6-2 away to Berkhamsted Raiders Blue in the Junior League Cup with the man of the match Jamie Poulton scoring the first goal for the Yellow's whilst Freddie Laycock netted there second goal.

Under 13

In the WHYL Intermediate League Cup saw the 13 South share a thriller with Bushey Oxhey Leopards with the match finishing at 4-4 after extra time so off to penalties which the South won 5-4. Scoring the goals were Alfie Parkins 2, Mackenzie Gibson and Matthew Martin. Scoring the spot kicks were Alfie Parkins, Mackenzie Gibson, Joseph McLeod, Ollie Wynne and Matthew Martin whilst the man of the match keeper Charlie Johnson saved one of Bushey's penalties.

In the county cup saw the 13 North win 4-1 against Cheshunt Youth Eagles and Joseph Beardon got the first two goals both from the penalty spot. To complete their dominance both Elliot Johnson and Jamie Roper wrapped the scoring with further goals in the second half.

The 13 East lost 4-0 at home to Northwood Red with the visitors scoring two goals in each half with left back Charlie O'Toole being named man of the match and Northwood had to work hard to get past the East's centre half Wes Mudziviri and also their goalkeeper Matthew McCree.

Winning 2-1 at home were the 13 West in the match against Harpenden Colts Typhoons with one goal from Chester Reynolds and one from man of the match Jamel Malik-Cole.

Under 12

Away to Hemel Town were the 12 Victoria and they returned to winning ways with a thumping 7-1 victory with goals from Alex Strazza, Benjy Stone and Archie Hobbs which gave them a 3-0 lead at the break and it could have been more. The Vic dominated the second half and scored another four goals with Alex Strazza getting his second and Kayan Joseph, Oscar Bell both scoring one whilst Zak Davies hit a cracker to wrap up the scoreline. Top of the league going into the Christmas break and the man of the match went Victor Nicolas who gave a faultless performance and an excellent use of the ball.

Charlie Gunthardt scored a consolation goal for the 12 Boreal in their challenge cup match away to Tring Tornadoes Titans.

Away to Bovingdon Storm saw the 12 Central lose 10-2 with Matthew Penfold and Oliver Taylor scoring for the Central whilst Ben Coulling was named man of the match.

The 12 West drew 3-3 at home Aston Clinton Colts after they had trailed 3-1 at the break and scoring the goals for STACY West were Jenson Dean and man of the match Charlie Clark plus one own goal.

The 12 Boreal lost 4-0 away to Abbots Youth with the man of the match going to Toma Tashev otherwise known as The Rock who once again played well at centre half.

Angus Twidell struck a fine hat-trick to help to give the 12 Central a 5-2 home win over Chipperfield and scoring the other two goals was Matthew Penfold and man of the match Jack Bromwich.

Away to Kings Langley Lions were the 12 Orient and they lost 1-0 to a goal scored midway through the second half whilst winger Archie Bentley was named man of the match.

The 12 South away to Harvesters Jaguars won 3-0 with two goals from George Dalton plus one from Joe Varney.

Under 11

The 11 Orient were away to Harpenden Colts Pumas and scoring a goal for Orient was Ollie Jay whilst Bertie Postema picked up the man of the match award.

The 11 Central shout was where is Clarky as they played an away game against Herons Orange and scoring two goals for them was Stephan Tchoudi and Jack Creagh pooped up with one. The man of the match went to Frankie Fitzgerald.

At home to Chorleywood Eagles were the 11 Orient and scoring two goals for them was Alex Hails whilst Dima Gusev and man of the match Dean Bladon scored one each. Also having a good game was Thomas Boca-Mapp.

The 11 Central played Harpenden Colts Leopards away and hitting the back of the net for STACY Central was Harry Pearce and the man of the match for them was Jake Lee.

Goals from Dewayne Mitchell 2 and singles from Zevik Cowell and Isaam Jamil were the scorers for the 11 Spartans in there away match at Stevenage Borough Juniors Revolutions.

Thomas Maher with a fine finish scored the goal for 11 Arrows in their away game at Elite Feet Southgate Pumas with Mr Everywhere Alfie Wollington being named maned man of the match.

Away to Abbots Youth were the 11 West and scoring a couple of goals for them was Tommy Morgan with man of the match Charlie Rose also popping up with two. Other scorers were Ben Hodges, Josh Ladyman and Kye Stevens.

At home to Harlow Harriers were the 11 Romans and scoring a goal apiece for the Romans were Tom Bailey and Max Winders with George Metcalfe winning the man of the match title.

The 11 East were playing Sumners Youth at home and during the game Tom Jennings scored two goals with man of the match Will Antcliffe scoring one.

Jasper Button scored the first goal for the 11 Saxons in their away match against Bengeo Tigers Caspian’s whilst Finlay Murphy for STACY Saxons scored two.

Due to illness the 11 Dragons could only field 8 players against Ware Youth 9 players and Joshua Francois was on target for the Dragons with an absolute screamer. The man of the match was given to the whole team for an outstanding back to the wall display.

Under 10

Away to Frontiers Youth Panthers were the 10 Orient and scoring a goal apiece for them was Brady Unitt and Alfie Long.

Micah Onwuemena struck a stunning for the 10 South in their home match in the MHRML Yellow Division with the pacey Finn Wilson being named man of the match.

At home to Pro Direct Academy saw Daniel Day score two goals for the 10 West in a MHRML Violet league match.

Away in a Purple MHRML were the 10 East and they were playing Cheshunt Ambers and scoring a couple of goals for the East was man of the match Anton Riddell with Leon Rainey and Ben Wigmore scoring one each. The East played well and gave an excellent team performance throughout.

Under 9

Brian Baum and Toby Veitch scored the goals for the 9 East in their away match with Stevenage Borough Juniors whilst the star player was Ricardo Roberts who gave an excellent display in defence.

Away at Risden Wood were the new team the 9 Romans and scoring a fine hat-trick for them was Hari Sihan whilst the man of the match went to Elliot Campbell.

Under 8

The 8 Orient were away to Frontiers Youth Cougars and the whole squad of Alex Hooper, Billy Stone, Harry Dennis, Louis Smith, Nathaniel Parsons, Sam Rathbone, Uros Skipic and Zak Stamp all played well.

In the MHRML Indigo division saw the 8 North play Ware Lions away and scoring a few goals for them was Will Anfield with two and one of those was curled in directly from a corner kick. Other scorers were Sam McCree, Leo Antcliffe and one from man of the match Danny Winders which was also his first goal for the club.

At home to Oak Hill Youth were the 7UPs or the 8 East and the man of the match Junior Mitchell (no Jumbo Jet watching today) scored four goals and Ollie Lee with one.

The 8 West played Parsioe Athletic at home and also scoring four goals was Bertie Bachmann whilst Joshua Green scored twice with Benjamin Coupland netting once.

St Albans City Youth - Girls

Under 18

The 18 Girls battled hard at home against AFC Kempston & Bedford College but in the end, they found themselves no match for them as they romped to a 8-0 win. The player of the match went to the hard-working Danielle Tyler.

The 17 Girls led 2-1 at home to Ruislip Rangers but in the second period the visitors came out the stronger to go out and win by six goals to two. Scoring for the STACY Girls were Anna Fuller with one plus one from player of the match Jessica Leigh.

Under 16

The 16 Girls were away to Kings Langley Belles and they could only field ten players and very sportingly Kings Langley dropped down to 10 players as well. It was a cracking game and the STACY Girls led 1-0 at half time after a brilliant solo run and shot from Lauren Walker. In the second half the 16 Girls scored another goal when Alice Benson sped through the middle and then slotted the ball into the bottom corner for a 2-0 win. It was decided to vote all the players as player of the match for their battling display.

Under 15

The 15 Girls played Kinja Youth Girls away in front of a record away crowd and they won 3-0 with two goals from Mia Pinkham and one from Jess Simpson. The player of the match went to keeper Sophie Veal.

Under 14

Away to Stevenage Borough Junior Star were the 14 Girls and at the break the scores were level at 1-1 with Mia Eyles  scoring their goal. In the second half the hosts scored two more goals to take the match 3-1. The player of the match went to defender Francesca Bradley.

Under 13

In the County Cup were the 13 Girls South and they played Garston Ladies Lions at home who play two divisions above the STACY Girls and at full time it was 3-3. Into extra time Garston scored two more goals to win the match finally 5-3. Scoring all three of the STACY goals was Jaime Curtain whilst keeper Lily Morrissey was named player of the match.

Also in the County Cup were the 13 Girls North and they played Harvesters at home and at half time it was 2-2 but by full time the visitors had won by four goals to two. Scoring for the STACY girls was Tatyana Barton and player of the match Kiera Ward.

Under 12

Drawing 0-0 at home to Potters Bar Crusaders Blues were the 12 Girls North with the right winger Mila Skipic being named player of the match.

Away to Hoddesdon Town Owls Eagles saw the 12 Girls South lose 2-0 after the score had been 0-0 at half time. The player of the match went to goalkeeper Beth Watson.

Under 11

The 11 Girls North were away to Bedwell Rangers Lionesses and scoring their first goal was centre forward and player of the match Cora Baylis whilst Hannah Pope popped up with a second goal for the STACY team.

Under 10

At home to Harvesters saw Rebecca Smith, Scarlett Robb and Teagen Scarlett score a goal apiece for the 10 Girls with Bailey Killner who covers every blade of grass on the pitch being named player of the match.

Under 9

There were three goals from Rachel Kincaid, two from player of the match Thegan Atwell plus singles from Chloe Freedman and Verity Lobina for the 9 Girls North in their away match at Berkhamsted Raiders Galac.

Player of the match Holly Green struck two fine goals for the 9 Girls Central in their away game with Berkhamsted Raiders Cosmics with both Emily Ball and Matilda Stuart scoring one apiece.

Under 8

The 8 Girls were at home to Garston Ladies Pumas and Siena Sahota scored a goal for the STACY Girls with a excellent assist from Demi Hall. The player of the match went to Sacha Davies for a very focused and determined individual display.

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City Youth Match Reports 19 November 2017

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 19th November 2017

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St Albans City Youth - Boys - the rest of the reports will be published this week

Under 18

At home to Whetstone Wanderers Panthers were the 18 East and they had a good 3-2 win with goals from Harvey Trounson, Joe Stockwell and man of the match Gio Basile.

Also at home were the 18 North and after a high scoring game saw the North eventually run out 7-4 winners over Oxhey Utd. Leading the way was Archie Hall with a hat-trick and then came Matt Breeze with a brace whilst both Robert Devine and Harrison Gates got a goal apiece.

Adam(Crisp) Pringle scored the only goal for the 18 South as they lost 7-1 at home to Abbots Youth Red.

Under 16

The 16 EJA took part in a close an entertaining game at AFC Dunstable which finally ended in a 0-0 draw. Both sides created chances and they both had goals disallowed for offside and in the final ten minutes Dunstable hit the post and then Sam Galatis the Saints keeper tipped a cracking strike onto the bar and then onto the post. The Saints though held on for a draw with the man of the match going to James Lawrence for leading the line and tirelessly supporting the Saints pressing attacks. 

Away to Cassiobury Rangers were the 16 West and after a very close match saw the Saints lose by the odd goal in a 4-3 scoreline. Scoring for the West were Aaron Peter, Adam Johnson plus one own goal.

Under 15

The 15 West playing EB Lions certainly got their claws out as the West went onto win 6-3 with five different goalscorers.  Scoring the goals were Beau Birne 2, Myles Donkin, Millan Sanderson, Alex Veizi and Matthew Willett.

Another team having a fine 6-3 win were the 15 Orient who played Evergreen at home, but Orient had to do the hard way as they were 2-0 down early on. They hit back though with five goals in 20 minutes with Samuel Beasley scoring a marvellous hat-trick and Tom Cox and Josh Haworth one each to give the Orient a 5-2 lead at half time. In the second half Evergreen pulled a goal back but Samuel Beasley struck again with his fourth goal of the match to make the final score 6-3. The Orient were just devastating in their attacking play with some clinical finishing.

Away to Watford Youth Black saw the 15 North rattle up a 7-1 win with goals from Arthur Corke 2, Max Robertson 2, Ollie Ring plus two from man of the match Dan Ludwig.

A off colour and disjointed performance from the 15 East saw them lose 5-3 at home to Cassiobury Rangers with the three goals for the East being scored by Anton Nicholas Sahota, Connor Robinson and Nasir Zaman.

In the county cup at home were the 15 Central and they were playing Lemsford Lions and they showed their claws early on by taking the lead after only four minutes. Orient though hit back and turned the game around to go in at the break leading 6-1 with goals from Matt Roome 2, Jack Percy 2 whilst Joshua Penning and Daniel Onochie-Williams both scored one each. In the second half Daniel Onochie-Williams hit a superb hat-trick whilst super sub Callum Cornish scored two for Central to run away 11-1 winners. There some great individual performances but it was Jack Percy who got the nod for turning the game around early on.

The Under 15 EJA played at home to Hitchin town the only team to beat them so far, this season. the boys soon put the visitors on the back foot and early chances fell to Bradley Young, Josh Forster and Jude Evans but on 20 minutes a great ball from Harry Brady found Jack McShane on the edge of the box and the striker made no mistake with a well-placed shot into the far corner. the second half started as the first with the young saints on top and the Hitchin custodian having to make a couple of smart saves from Benny Stacey, but it wasn't long before the second goal came when a well weighted through ball from Ben Kirby was met by Jason Fati who rounded the out-rushing keeper to make it 2-0.

Hitchin Town came back into the game in the last 10 mins getting a goal back but the boys held on for a well-deserved 2-1 win with Jamie (the Brazilian) willing picking up the man of the match.

Under 14

Away to Echoes Amber saw the 14 Boreal win 3-1 with goals from Jack Carmichael, Tom Durrant and Jack O'Rahilly whilst Ralph Murray was named man of the match.

In the county cup saw the 14 South have not much joy as they lost 5-0 to Edgware Town and so the South's winning run ended against a top EJA side. The young Saints fought hard but just could that breakthrough although they did look dangerous in attack. The man of the match went to Sam Basilea for his tremendous tackling and also for reading the game well and so he fully deserved the man of the match award.

At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Orange were the 14 East Yellow and they had to settle for a point after a 1-1 draw and scoring the Yellow's goal was Krishten Cavaroee whilst Liam Karunanayake picked up the man of the match title.

There was not much joy for the 14 North in the county cup as they were playing London Maccabi Lions at home and the visitors play two divisions above the North and they gradually went down 9-2. Tyler Cadiou-McCarthy scored the Saints first goal and Joe Knee who was also man of the match netted the second.

A convincing 4-0 win by the 14 East Blue away at Whetstone Wanderers Leopards saw the East Blue stay top of the green division with Lucas Osborn scoring two goals and Dan Gant and Joe Stone both one apiece.

Under 13

The 13 North playing Omonia Green in the league cup made hard work of the match in normal time but in extra time it was a different story as at the final whistle they had run out 3-0 winners. Finlay Eames-Illingworth scored the first goal with a 30 yard free kick whilst Jake Berry scored the second after a great turn and shot with Ben Freestone scoring the third with a thoroughly well-deserved goal.

A goal from Mackenzie Gibson was just enough to give the 13 South a 1-0 victory at home to Nascot Wood whilst Joseph McLeod was named as man of the match. 

Away to Harpenden Colts Cyclones were the 13 West and they had a comfortable win by five goals to one with Chester Reynolds scoring a brilliant hat-trick. The other scorers were Alfie Gauthier and Alex Maiden with Shay Murphy being named man of the match.

Under 12

At home to Echoes Amber in the Intermediate Cup were the 12 Orient and following a close game the young Saints gradually won 2-1 with goals from Archie Bentley and Ollie Rattle who was also voted man of the match.

Playing Bedmond Youth saw the 12 Central have a quite a good game by winning 8-0 with goals from Matthew Penfold 2, Matthew Croston 2, Jack Bromwich, Akere Ngu and finally two from man of the match Oliver Taylor.

In the Intermediate League Cup were the 12 West and they were away at Kings Langley Lions and the hosts had their claws cut with the West going onto win 3-0. Scoring the goals for the visitors were Archie Connolly, Jensen Dean and Charlie Clark.

Under 11

The 11 South away to Bushey & Oxhey Hornets played well and scored goal through Sam Estell 2, Josh Smith 2 and Max Butterworth one with the man of the match going to Owen Weaver for a dominant midfield display.

There were plenty of goals at both ends in the home match between the 11 Orient and Harpenden Colts Lions with Bertie Postema and Lucas Berry scoring one apiece whilst Dean Bladon got two. Vicente Bender who played his first full game in goal for the team was outstanding.

At home to Croxley Green was the 11 Central and they hit six goals with goals from Tyler Hall, Steven Tchoudi, Jack Creigh, Josh White, Maxwell Butler and one from man of the match Jake Lee.

In a tough away game against Bury Rangers were the 11 Dragons and scoring a goal for them was Michael Napier with the man of the match going to new signing Joshua Nash.

Away to Southgate Lions were the 11 Arrows and they found the target with goals from Thomas Maher, Leon Negus-Roman and two for James Dodd plus two for Cathal Gleeson. The man of the match went to George Robertson

Jasper Button netted both 11 Saxons goals in their away match at Ware Rangers Flamengo which was played in rather wet conditions.

Evan Marr and Max Winders scored a goal apiece for the 11 Romans in their home game against Welwyn Garden City Typhoons with Jack Reeves being named man of the match for tireless running throughout the game.

The 11 East got back to playing some neat passing football in their game against Ryan Youth and scoring a few goals for them was Will Antcliffe with two and Ryan Kennedy with one. The man of the match went to Sean Gallagher for his tireless work in the defence.

Under 9

The 9 North played Barnet Azzurri at home and they turned in a smashing performance with some great skill and some neat passing in each half. Scoring for the North were Ted Stebbens 2, Olic Fan 2, Dylan Eccles, Hugo Smith and Josh Cassidy.

The 9 Romans playing their first game for the club had a great outing against Lemsford Panthers and the man of the match went to Max Ramsey.

At home to Ware Lions Black were the 9 East and it saw Brian Baum score four goals whilst Will John scored a hat-trick. Toby Veitch played exceptional well throughout the match and there was certainly a special partnership between Brian Baum and Will John which could only mean more goals to come from this pair.

The 9 Central were played away and scoring goals for them were James Cox 2, Sam Peacock 2, Joshua Gibson, Eddie Hearn and Will Lacey.

Under 8

The 8 East or the 7UP's as they liked to be called had a game against Croxley Green and scoring a hat-trick in that match was Junior Mitchell whilst Ollie Lee scored one. The man of the match went to Bailey Fennel (that’s my boy said someone, ok Stuart).

Nathaniel Parsons and Billy Stone scored one goal each for the 8 Orient in their home match with Wodson Park Rovers.

playing Potters Bar Crusaders away were the 8 South and Julian Jordan, Ashton Balding and Fin Seabrook all scored one goal each whilst Lucas Thomas picked up the man of the match award with some excellent defending.

Away to Chars Youth saw Will Anfield and Sam McCree score two goals each for the 8 North whilst Hektor Redel and man of the match Leo Antcliffe both scored one apiece. This was a fine display and the rest of the squad was Noah Fox, Henry Pagett, Danny Winders and Henry Schmidt.

St Albans City Youth - Girls

Under 18

Once again, the 17 Girls were not at full strength and they lost 10-0 at home to Kings Langley Belles with the hard working Jess Levy being named player of the match.

Under 16

Away to Bishops Stortford were the 16 Girls and at half time they found themselves 1-0 down but two quick goals made it 3-0. The 16 Girls though hit back when Lauren Walker netted at the back post following a Emily Sibley corner kick and then Emily Sibley herself scored with a 30 yard screamer that flew over the keeper's head, game on. Bishops Stortford though spoilt the party and scored another two goals to win the match 5-2. The player of the match went to Zoe Chick for a great defensive performance.

Under 15

The 15 Girls played Ruislip Rangers away and won easily by the scoreline 7-1 with both Mia Pinkham and Jess Simpson scoring two goals each. The other scorers were Sam Farrer, Sophie Veal and Mathilda Finburgh.

Under 13

At home to Kinja Youth Hailstorms saw the 13 Girls North lose 4-1 with a very even first half and scoring for the North was Kiera Ward whilst Esme Hume was named player of the match.

Under 11

The 11 Girls North who have been moved up a division played Harvesters away and Scarlett Mills was celebrated the move by scoring five goals. Cora Baylis and Hannah Pope both scored a brace apiece whilst the player of the match Ebba Taylor-Pugh also got in on the act by scoring one. 

The 11 Girls South drew 0-0 with Berkhamsted Asteroids with Erin Mill and Maya Elliot both being voted joint player of the match.

Under 9

Verity Lobina scored three goals for the 9 Girls North in there away game with Bedwell Rangers Phoenix and Chloe Freedman, Thegan Atwell, Rachel Kincaid and Shea Fagan also hit the back of the net as well.

Once again there was a joint player of the match and it went too Maisie Bierham and Amy Hargreaves.

Under 8

It was a great match to watch as the 8 Girls played Hitchin Belles at home with Sacha Davies scoring two goals, Demi Hall also getting whilst Alexa Johnson got one as did the player of the match Siena Sahota which was her first goal for the team.

 

 

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City Youth Match Reports 26 November 2017

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St Albans City Youth - Boys

Under 18

The 18 East beat Alexandra Park East 2-1 at home in the challenge cup with goals from David Etheridge and Joe(the Fox)Stockwell with the man of the match going to Ewan Brand.

Away to Northwood was the 18 South and they won 5-1 with the man of the match Harrison Arnold scoring a hat-trick and Scott Gentle a brace.

Goals from Kwame Youri, Joe Parkin and a Matthew Nash penalty gave the 18 Orient a 3-2 home win over Watford Youth Reds with goalkeeper Ben Atkin picking up the man of the match award after some fine saves during the game.

Under 16

The 16 West lost 5-4 at home after a very close match against Harpenden Colts Hawks with goals from William Shepard 2, Aaron Peter and K. Dhivar.

Away to Kings Langley Lions in the challenge cup were the 16 East and they found the Lions claws to sharp for them as they went down 5-0 to a team from a team who are top of the red division. The East squandered 4 or 5 chances so the game could have been closer, and the man of the match went to Harry Peter.

The 16's EJA drew 1-1 against Ampthill Town in the league with Ampthill scoring first when the young Saints failed to deal with a near-post corner kick which saw ball break lose and slotted home. The 16 EJA were unlucky not have equalised when a Thomas Geller header rebounded back off the post. Just before halftime, they did draw level when they were awarded a penalty following a handball inside the box. The spot kick was slotted home by Ryan Orde and although they created more pressure in the second half they had to contend with a 1-1 draw.

Under 15

The 15 South drew 1-1 away to Harvesters North with Tom Dodd scoring the South's equalising goal.

The Under 15 EJA played away to a strong Ware Town side, the boys got of to the perfect start and within a couple of mins City went one nil up when Sean Walsh won the ball in a crunching tackle and slotted a great through ball to Jack McShane who curled the ball past the stranded Ware keeper and this gave the boys plenty of confidence and City were well on top and could have been 2 up shortly after but Benny Stacey's effort was ruled slightly offside.

On 15 mins Jack McShane nearly got his 2nd but his shot cannoned off the post but on 30 mins Ben Kirby played in Bradley Young and he made no mistake hitting an unstoppable shot that went in of the crossbar.

Ware came more into the game into second half but with Kyle Rahoo, Alex Sommerbauer and Jude James all in superb form at the back Ware found it hard to break city down on but on 70 min Ware did pull a goal back through when Tommy Shepperd scored from ten yards.

Ware through everything at city in the last 10 mins but a late breakaway which saw the ball played out wide to Joe Vance who sent over a delightful cross which was met by Jack McShane who sent a thumping header past the Ware keeper for a 3-1 win and three points.

Earlier in the week the 15 EJA's played Brentwood at home in the Midweek Floodlit Cup and they took the lead when Ben Kirby played the ball for Josh Forster to run onto and sped away leaving the Brentwood defenders trailing in his wake and he finished with a cracking low strike into the bottom right corner for a great finish. The visitors drew level when Max Gnandi  finished off in the box with his third shot after seeing his first two attempts being well blocked by good saves from keeper Billy Thomson. The Saints retook the lead later on when Joe Vance nodded the ball into the of Jack McShane who raced away and then buried the ball into the back of the net for a fine finish and make the score 2-1. 

It was soon 2-2 when Brentwood won a penalty which saw Louie Kerley send Billy Thomson the wrong way and the ball nestle in the bottom left corner of the net.

For the Saints saw Josh Forster, Jack McShane and Jason Fati all go close but it was the visitors who scored the winning goal when Max Gnandi went on a dazzling run inside the box and scored with a hard low drive to make the final score 3-2.

Away to Hemel White were the 15 East in the Junior League Cup saw a tremendous 20 minute performance from Freddie Collins and Mustaqim Boksh dominate the midfield which saw the beast continue their impressive recent form to go through to the semi-finals. Goals from Anton Nicolas Sahota 2, Nasir Zaman and Saber el Bzioui helped the beast to a 4-1 victory.

At home to Harpenden Colts Tornadoes in the quarter final of the Senior League Cup saw the 15 Central win 3-1 in a match which sees a healthy rivalry between both sides and Harpenden did have a goal disallowed for offside early on.

Callum Cornish gave Central the lead at the back post following a good ball from Matt Roome whilst Daniel Onochie Williams doubled the lead folowing a goalmouth scramble after a good run run from Jack Percy. Harpenden pulled a goal back but Jack Percy got the Central's third goal 5 minutes before time.The man of the match went to Ben Sommerbauer who was outstanding in the midfield whilst Josh Penning worked tirelessly to keep the visitors at bay.

After a slow start saw the 15 Orient go 2-0 down at home to Sun Postal but a much improved second half performance saw them strike back to draw level with goals from Josh Haworth and Joe Cussans. The man of the match went to Daniel Sands who drifted across the pitch and got in some well timed tackles with some great anticipation of danger.

Under 14

A controversial penalty four minutes from time gave Bovingdon Storm a 1-0 home victory over the 14 South in a match which remained close which saw both defences on top throughout the match. Man of the match went Jack Farnham who was the most solid player for the 14 South.

Playing Highgate & Muswell Hill Fire were the 14 North and Tyler Cadiou-McCarthy was certainly on fire again as he scored yet another three goals in the North's 5-1 home win. The other goals came from from Daniel Curran and Ryan Corcoran with Matthew Smith who gave a solid performance at centre back being named man of the match.

Under 13

At home to AC Finchley North were the 13 East and they lost 8-0 but the man of the match for the East went to Matthew Evans who kept his head up and defended well.

The 13 South won 3-1 at home to Cassibury Rangers with goals from Oliver Wynne, Aaron Ready and Mathew Martin with Jamie McLeod winning the man of the match award.

The 13 West drew 2-2 at home to Berkhamsted Raiders White with Finn Geoghegan and Chester Reynolds scoring the goals whilst Joe Chatfield picked up the man of the match tab.

Under 12

Away to Kings Langley Lions were the 12 Orient and they eventually lost 1-0 with winger Archie Bentley being named man of the match.

Charlie Gunthardt scored a consolation goal for the 12 Boreal in their challenge cup match away to Tring Tornadoes Titans.

Away to Bovingdon Storm saw the 12 Central lose 10-2 with Matthew Penfold and Oliver Taylor scoring for the Central whilst Ben Coulling was named man of the match.

The 12 South won 4-1 at home to Alyth Belsize Red with George Dalton scoring three goals and Alex Duffy one.

Under 11

In the Orange division of the MHRML saw the 11 East play Broxbourne and scoring a few goals for the East were Jake Cottingham, Will Antcliffe and one from the man of the match and captain who gave a outstanding performance Asa Stewart-Harris.

At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Whites were the 11 West and scoring the first goal was Josh Ladyman whilst the second was a 20-yard cracker from young Tommy Morgan (both his grandparents Sandra and Mervyn were clapping their hands afterwards). Jacob Nyamupingidza scored two goals whilst Matt Gosling and Aryan Banerjee with a tap in scored one each.

The 11 South played Comets Red at home and three players scored two goals apiece and they were Ben Browning, Josh Smith and Sam Estell. Max Butterworth and James Beasley both scored one apiece whilst you could not keep the man of the match Freddie Yeo out of it as he popped up with a goal as well.

The 11 Orient were away to Harpenden Colts Pumas and scoring a goal for Orient was Ollie Jay whilst Bertie Postema picked up the man of the match award.

The 11 Central cry was where is Clarky as they played a away game against Herons Orange and scoring two goals for them was Stephan Tchoudi and Jack Creagh pooped up with one. The man of the match went to Frankie Fitzgerald.

Under 10

The 10 Centurions played the 10 South at home and there were plenty of goals in this match and scoring them were Micah Onwuemena 2, Harrison Smith 2 plus man of the match and both Raf Fortuna and Theo Price got in on the act as well with a goal each.

At home to Elite Feet were the 10 West and Toby Short scored two goals for the West whilst Daniel Day scored one.

The 10 East kept warm on a cold morning in their home match with the Hertford Blues by covering every blade of grass with goals from Samuel Philpot 3, Max Pearson, Leon Rainey, Arthur Veasey, Anton Riddell, Arthur Rennie-Sivell and one for man of the match Logan Anderson.

Also at home were the 10 North and they were playing Hoddesdon Town Black and scoring a few goals for the North were Ethan Evans, Kaden Rajkumar plus one from the man of the match Matthew Baker.

Another 10 team that were at home were the 10 Orient and their opponents were Bedwell Rangers Hawks and hitting the back of the net for the Orient were Adam Lorman 2, Lucas Curley, Louis Kemp and one own goal.

Under 8

Away to Edmonton Rangers saw the man of the match for the 8 East or the 7UPS Junior Mitchell score six goals whilst Carwyn Evans and Maxim Ushakov scored one each.

St Albans City Youth - Girls

Under 18

Staging the comeback of the season were the 18 Girls as they were 3-0 down away to Bishops Stortford Girls to hit back and draw 5-5 at the final whistle. Scoring the goals in this dramatic turn around were Ellie Jenkins 2 and Emily Schofield 3 with Lucy Abbott at left back who was outstanding today picking up the player of the match award.

Under 16

Away to Hemel Hempstead were the 16 Girls and after only five minutes play they found themselves 1-0 down but quickly hit back to draw level when Olivia Chrisp drilled the ball low into the bottom left corner for her first goal for the club. On 31 minutes it became 2-1 for the City Girls when Lauren Walker beat three players and then smashed the ball into the back of the net. Into the second half saw Alice Benson with her pace go on one to one with the Hemel keeper and as she came off her line the ball was guided past her into the bottom right corner to make it 3-1. Although Hemel pulled a goal back the 16 Girls went onto score another goal when a fine passing move between Emily SIbley and Lauren Walker ended up with the latter to score her second goal of the match with yet another brilliant shot to win the game 4-2. All the players were voted player of the match.

Under 15

Playing Bengeo Girls away in the league cup saw the 15 Girls win 7-0 with Mia Pinkham hitting four goals whilst joint player of the match Mathilda Finburgh scored a hat-trick. The other joint player of match went to Maz Horne-Batet.

Under 14

The 14 Girls lost 3-2 at home to Bury Rangers but only to a very late goal and scoring the goals for the 14 Girls were Nicole Plumb and Zoe Cowan whilst Christel Lecanda was named player of the match.

Under 13

Jamie Curtain scored two of the goals in the 13 Girls South 4-0 away win over Hitchin Belles with Sophie Grant and Rosie Littlechild scoring the other two whilst the player of the match went to Pippa Walker.

Also picking up a good win this time in the league cup were the 13 Girls North as they beat Stevenage Borough Juniors in the league cup 4-3 after they had lead 1-0 at half time. Esme Hume who scored a fantastic hat-trick was voted player of the match whilst Kiera Ward popped up with the fourth goal.

Under 12

Freya Bolam and Blaze Wilding scored both goals for the 12 Girls North 6-2 defeat at home with Mila Skipic winning the player of the match title.

Under 11

The 11 Girls North played their fellow club mates the 11 Girls South in a league match and during the game saw a few goals scored with Scarlett Mills, Hannah Pope and Ebba Taylor-Pugh all scoring one apiece. The player of the match for the North Girls was Isla Evans who scored two goals whilst the player of the match for the South was Florence Tatlock.

Under 10

Away to Garston Girls were the 10 Girls and scoring four goals for them was Scarlett Robb whilst Rebbeca Smith scored one with Emma Bracey being named player of the match.

Under 9

At home to Berkhamsted were the 9 Girls North and hitting two goals for them was Rachel Kincaid who also picked up the girl of the match title. Other goalscorers were Amy Hargreaves, Shea Fagan, Thegan Atwell and Verity Lobina.

The 9 Central played Berkhamsted Raiders at home and scoring a couple of goals for them were Emily Ball and Lucy Hosty with one apiece whilst Aoife Flanagan was named player of the match.

Under 8

On a chilly morning saw the 8 Girls play Garston Ladies Pumas away and scoring a few goals for the young Saints were Olivia Wood with two and Sacha Davies, Alexa Johnson both with one along with the player of the match Demi Hall scoring one with a fine free kick. Remember Girls get wrapped up and stay warm in the warm-up.

 

 

 

 

 

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City Youth Match Reports 12 November 2017

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 12th November 2017

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St Albans City Youth - Boys

Under 18

In the county cup saw the 18 East beat Comets FC from Hitchin 5-2 with Dan Miles scoring two of the goals whilst Lucas Martindale, Joe Stockwell and Ewan Brand all scored one apiece. The man of the match went Harvey Trounson.

Under 16

Harry Peter scored a goal in the first half for the 16 East away to Omonia White and then Ben Adshead added another goal in the second period to complete a 2-0 win with right back Asher Stevens being named as man of the match.

Kensell Ertogrul scored the consolation goal for the 16 Orient in their home match with Everett Rovers Yellow with the final score being 7-1 to the visitors.

Under 15

After the 15 EJA had beaten Cheshunt last week in the cup 7-1 they might have thought this week's league might be easy, but it was not to be as in the end it was a very close match and they only just hanged onto all three points with a 2-1 victory.

Jack McShane went close with an early effort that curled just wide of the far post whilst at the other end keeper Billy Thomson had to be on his toes to push around his near post a close-range shot. 

McShane then burst clear after a long ball forward from Thomson, but he rushed his shot and flew just over the crossbar. At the other end Billy Thomson had to make another fine save this time with his legs from an effort from Teddy Bunn.

Just before the break the Saints took the lead when BENNY STACEY side-footed the ball home from twelve yards following a throw-in on the left to make it 1-0.

Two minutes into the second half it became 2-0 when from just outside the box saw JACK KELLY strike home a hard-low free kick that the keeper could not hold onto. Josh Forster nearly added to the score, but his sizzling drive flew just over the bar and then Billy Thomson made yet another good save low down.

Cheshunt stepped up a gear and firstly Henry Hobbs hit the post and then Jude James headed another effort of the line. Finally, Cheshunt pulled a goal back when Teddy BUNN slotted home after being sent clear. 

Next Fabio Carlino hits the bar whilst Teddy Bunn had a effort strike the upright but thank your lucky stars none of them went in and the young Saints held on to take all three points but only just. The man of the match must go to the woodwork for keeping out all those well struck shots on goal.

The 15 Central were away in the challenge cup to Hemel Town Blues and the Central keeper Joe Moss made three great saves early on to keep the scoreline at 0-0. The Saints eventually took the lead themselves midway through the first half when Matt Roome finished off a fine move from Dan Hussain. Just before the break Calum Cornish added a second to make it 2-0 whilst in the second period with the strong wind and the slope to their advantage saw Angelo Calatrava, Matty Bleakey, and subs Josh Penning and Jack Percy add further goals to complete a 6-0 win. John McVeigh helped to setup a couple of the goals whilst the man of the match went to Dan Hussain.

Goals from Callum Cosgrove, Adam Robinson who was also man of the match and Karl Rodgers and James Fontaine gave the 15 South a 4-1 win at Hampstead.

Away to Gadeside Rangers Tigers were the 15 North and after a close first half the North eventually lost 5-0 as the Tigers got their claws out really into the second half and Max Robertson was voted man of the match after his tough display in the midfield.

The 15 West fought out a 1-1 draw at home to Sun Sports Blue with Samuel Pollard scoring a fine equalising goal whilst Myles Donkin picked up the man of the match.

Under 14

The 14 South make it an incredible 8 consecutive wins in all competitions with a 5-1 away win over Hemel Town. Scoring a goal in the first half was Tyler Channer who then added two more in the second period to complete his hat-trick. James Justice also scored a goal whilst Ryan Solly ran clear to slot home goal number five. The man of the match went to Jake Leech who defended well as was also a constant threat when taking on opponents with his pace in supporting the attack.

Staying top of the WFL Green Division were the 14 East Blue with a 2-0 away win at Harvesters East with goals from Joe Stone and Brandon Trainis.

Losing 5-3 away to Enfield Rangers in the league were the 14 North and scoring all three of their goals was Tyler Cadiou-McCarthy whilst Josh Doyle picked up the man of the match award.

Away to Sarrett Rebels were the 14 Boreal and they fought out a 2-2 draw with their opponents with Jack Carmichael scoring the Boreal first goal whilst Jack O'Rahilly hitting home the equaliser. The man of the match went to central midfielder Oscar Evans who his very quick on his feet and renowned for his sharp shooting.

Under 13

Away to Berkhamsted Raiders Yellows were the 13 West and they won 6-2 with Dylan Bramell scoring a hat-trick whilst the man of the match Chester Reynolds also scored three goals as well.

At home to Langlebury saw the 13 South win 4-1 with two goals from man of the match Alfie Perkins plus one from Mackenzie Gibson and one from Louis Warren.

The 13 North were away to Harvesters North and they took a 1-0 lead at half time with a great finish from Rui Clements-Kelly. The hosts equalised early into the second half but then following a superb team move saw Jake Berry bury the ball into the top corner to give the North a 2-1 win.

The 13 East played Belstone at home and won 2-1 after a very tight game with goals from Henry Thomas plus one from Joseph Poulton who also picked up the man of the match tab after a non-stop performance.

Under 12

In the county cup saw the 12 Victoria take on the 12 West and it was a great game of football with only one goal separating the two teams and that was scored with only eight minutes to go when Zak Davies fired home from ten yards for the Vics to win 1-0. The man of the match for the 12 West was Oliver Philpot who played his best game for them whilst for the Vics it went to Martin Flore who gave a excellent defensive performance.

At home to Brady Maccabi White saw the 12 South win 3-1 with goals from Cameron Choudhury, Freddie Reeves and Mason Leigertwood.

The 12 Boreal lost 2-1 finally after a very close match at home to Croxley Green Emerald with Matthew Hayhurst scoring the equaliser for Boreal whilst Toma (the Rock) Tashev was named man of the match after a good game at centre back.

Losing 8-0 away to Echoes Orange in a division 5 match were the 12 Orient and winning the man of the match for Orient was Mr Versatile Jack McDonald.

Under 11

The 11 Romans played Bedwell Rangers Cougars away and defender Alex Rothwell was named man of the match in a close game.

At home to Bury Rangers Whites were the 11 Saxons and in a high scoring game saw Finlay Murphy score two goals including one from the penalty spot which he had won by being fouled inside the box. Other scorers were Ailbe Tidd and Jake Dear.

Away to Hoddesdon Town Blues saw Dewayne Mitchell score 5 goals for the 11 Spartans whilst there were further goals from Isaam Jamil, Dominic Cofone, Max Attewell and Freddie Durbridge.

Three players scored two goals each for the 11 Orient in their away match with Echoes and they were Thomas Boca-Mapp, Bertie Postema and Antonio Desiderio. Both Alex Hails and Ollie Jay both popped up with one apiece whilst Bertie Postema was named as man of the match for his outstanding display in midfield.

At home to Sarrett Rebels Yellow in the green division of the WHYL were the 11 Central and scoring goals for them were George Parker 2 and Tyler Gullin-Hall whilst Oliver Chisholm picked up the man of the match award.

Playing Nascot Wood at home in a yellow league fixture of the WHYL saw the 11 South's Josh Smith hit a hat-trick whilst Max Butterworth got one. The man of the match went to James Beasley for outstanding defensive display.

The 11 Dragons at home to Broxbourne Blues saw Joshua Francoisi score brilliant solo effort on a heavy pitch and Michael (goal a game) Napier netted a second goal with Steven Jacobs setting it up with a superb sublime through ball. The player of the match went to keeper Josh McIoughlin who made some fine saves throughout the match.

Under 10

Two players got amongst the goals in the 10 West away game with Enfield Youth and they were Daniel Day and Toby Short who both hit four goals each whilst Freddie Stewart scored one.

Away to Hertford Town Blues in a purple league match were the 10 Orient and the young saints were in good form. Scoring three goals was Otto Meech whilst both Theo Hancock and Alfie Long both scored a brace apiece. Other scorers were Louie Kemp, Adam Lorman and Lucas Curley.

Also playing a purple division game in the MHRML were the 10 East and they were away to Bedwell Hawks and scoring four goals for them was Leon Rainey whilst the man of the match was Samuel Philpot who scored three goals.

The famous last man standing or in other words Jacob Standing scored a goal for the 10 North in their home match with Hertford Town Harts whilst picking up the man of the match title was Ethan Evans who seems to cover every blade of grass during the game.

Under 9

Playing Norseman United were the 9 Central and scoring two goals each were Josh Gibson and Sam Peacock.

Eddie Johnson scored a hat-trick and Hugo Smith 2 for the 9 North in their away match in the MHRML Red division against Ware Lions Black with both Joshua Cassidy and Olic Fan notching one apiece. The boys showed some superb skills, tackles and passing, well done lads.

Under 8

The 8 East or the 7UP's as they liked to be known played Hinton & Finchley Revolutions and scoring two goals for the 7UP's was man of the match Junior Mitchell

The 8 South gave a excellent performance in their match with Welwyn Garden City Typhoon with goals from Julian Jordan and Fin Seabrook.

Sam McCree hit three goals for the 8 North in their match with Welwyn Pegasus and also getting on the scoresheet was Noah Fox with Héctor Redel being named as man of the match for a great attacking display.

St Albans City Youth - Girls

Under 18

Playing a tough league match at home were the 18 Girls and their opponents were the league leaders Garston Ladies and at the final whistle saw the 18 Girls eventually lose 5-1. Scoring the goal for the lady saints was Emily Schofield whilst the player of the match went to Kate Chamberlain who gave a hard-working display at centre back.

Away to wait for it AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College saw the 17 Girls who thought they were playing two teams at once with that long name and after a slow start by their hosts saw them eventually run away with the match and the 17 Girls could do nothing to stop as they lost 11-0. The player of the match went to the hard-working Phoebe Skinner.

Under 15

The 15 Girls and their opponents in the county cup Bedwell Rangers were both at not full strength but the 15 Girls in the end were just too strong for them as they ran out winners by seven goals to one. Scoring four of the goals was Mathilda Finburgh with Jessica Simpson adding a brace whilst Katie Weaver hit the final goal. The player of the match went to Grace Baker-Roberts.

Under 14

Away to Harvesters were the 14 Girls and Mia Eyles scored their only goal of the match as they finally lost 4-1. The player of the match went to Sophie Harrison.

Under 13

Goals from Katie Leigh and Briony Stachini were not enough for the 13 Girls North as they lost 5-2 away to Ruislip Rangers with the player of the match going to Ruby Tickner.

Goalkeeper Lily Morrissey was the girl of the match for the 13 Girls South as they lost 2-1 away Bengeo Tiger with Rosie Littlechild scoring the South's goal.

Under 11

The 11 Girls North played away to Berkhamsted Raiders and scoring a few goals for the North Girls were Scarlett Mills 2, Cora Baylis 2 and one from Emilie Hicks. The player of the match went to Maisie Francis who played well in the back line and when she moved up into the midfield.

Also playing an away match were the 11 Girls South who visited Berkhamsted Raiders and scoring a goal apiece for the South were Purdy Brooks and Amelia Onyems with Anna Cox being named player of the match.

Under 10

Away to Evergreen Harts were the 10 Girls and hitting seven goals for them was player of the match Scarlett Robb with both Teagan Scarlett and Rebecca Smith scoring two goals each. Other scorers were Emily Edgecombe and Olive Jones.

Under 9

Matilda Stuart and Lucy Hosty both scored one goal each for the 9 Girls Central in their home match in the purple division against Ware with Alicia Gibson winning the player of the match title. 

Under 8

Away to Berkhamsted Raiders were the 8 Girls Development and there were some good assists from Siena Sahota and an outstanding stint in goal from Sophia Bridge. Scoring the goals was Jasmine Mercer with 4, Demi Hall 2 and Alexa Johnson with one whilst being named as player of the match was Charlotte Luckhurst for some smart defending.

 

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