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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