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City Youth Match Reports 6th October 2019


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

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.

Please note Managers will not be chased for their reports, there are now too many teams, if managers would like their report included then please text to Terry by the Sunday evening deadline.

St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 6th October 2019

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In a League Cup match were the STACY 17 Girls and they beat Flitwick Eagles Whites 14-0 with Emma Judd leading the way with five goals. The other goalscorers were Sophie Veal 2, Kate Weaver 2, Mia Pinkham 2 Jess Simpson, Anna Gifford and Katie Holder. The player of the match went to Maz Horne-Batet who helped to setup 4 of the goals with some fine passing.

Away to Bedwell Rangers Comets Girls saw the STACY 14 Girls North lose 4-3 in the League Cup following a very exciting end to end match. Scoring all three goals for the North was the dynamic Sarah Jane-Spears.

Missing four key players were the STACY 14 Girls South as they played away to a very strong Chorleywood Common Girls Pumas team in the League Cup and by the final whistle the South Girls found themselves losing heavily to the Pumas.

Scoring for the 14 Girls was Jemima Avery whilst Mia Simmonds picked up the player of the match award.

Also, in the 1st round of the League Cup were the STACY 13 Girls South and they played away to Wormley Rovers Girls Robins and the match finished at 0-0 after full time and so to extra time where the 13 Girls South took hold of the game to run out 2-0 winners. Scoring those goals in extra time were Stella Ekblad-Piscitelli and Elisa Hebblewaite who was also named as player of the match.

Another match in the HGPL League saw the STACY 12 Girls North take on Evergreen Youth Girls Eagles at home and the young Saints romped to an easy win by eleven goals to nil. Leading the way was player of the match Scarlett Robb with 5 whilst Michelle Lam scored a great hat-trick. There were further goals from Esme Dickson, Emily Edgecombe and a stunning strike from Honey Seabrook which was her first goal for the team.

The STACY 12 Girls Wildcats lost 3-1 away to Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Red in the League cup with Daisy Harris scoring the only goal for the Wildcats whilst being named as player of the match for them was Poppy Williams-Leung.

In the Purple division saw the STACY 11 Girls Central play away to London Lions Ladies and scoring the goals for the young Saints were Alicia Gibson 2, Emily Ball 2, Lauren Vinney and Roisin Cullen whilst Aoife Flanagan picked up the player of the match award.

In the Lilac division of the HGPL were the STACY 11 Girls North and they were away at Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Blue and being named player of the match in this evenly contested game was Aimee Chapman.

The STACY 11 Girls Wildcats were also playing away against a strong team from Ickenham Youth Girls in the Violet division and scoring a goal apiece for the Wildcats were Chloe Nuttall, Konni Hobbs and Ottilie Haylett. Picking up the player of the match title was the strong defender Zara Millar and certainly nothing got past her.

Playing a friendly were the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats and their opponents were the STACY 10 Girls Central and scoring a few goals for the Wildcats were Lizzie Baylis with a superb hat-trick whilst Evie Dullaghan-Stone netted a fine brace.

The STACY 8 Girls Romans play in the Pink division of the HGPL and they had a home match against the Garston Ladies Jaguars and there were plenty of goals in this match. Scoring for the Romans were Nadeen Kelifa-Young with four goals whilst Amelia Folis scored a hat-trick and both Evie Bournoti and Grace Fergie scored one apiece.

Isabelle Habbouchi and Jessica Kutcher scored one goal each for the STACY 8 Girls Central as they played away to Chorleywood Common Girls Leopards in a Pink division match whilst being named player of the match was Francesca Avila.

 

 

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At home to Bengeo Tigers Sabres were the 8 East and scoring goals for the young Saints were James Griffiths with one whilst Sebastian Drummond scored a excellent brace.

Playing Welwyn Pegasus Cobalts at home saw the 8 South score three goals and they were scored by Vihaan Abeyrathna, Finley Cullen plus one own goal. All having a good time in goal as they took it in turn between the sticks were Jonah Herron, Oscar Thomas, William Brown and Vihaan Abeyrathna.

Birthday boy Dylan Jones scored a fine goal for the 8 Romans in their away match with Bury Rangers Whites whilst George Cullum scored two more goals in a Silver fixture.

The 8 West played Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers away and the young Saints scored three goals in this end to end Green division league game with Seth Keaveny, Leo Robinson and Archie Brown scoring one goal apiece.

The 9 Lions took part in a match between the big cats as they played at home to Bengeo Bengals Tigers in a Green division fixture with the Lions finding the back of the net with goals from Joshua Jury, Joshua Reynolds and Finlay Maguire whilst the man of the match went to the hard working midfielder Matthew Denning.

At home to Watton Youth Dragons were the 9 South and Toby Thompson scored a fine brace during the first half whilst Evan Love scored a second goal with the Dragons also finding the back of the net a few times themselves. The man of the match went to the hard-tackling defender Rory Saunders.

Taking part in a high scoring match were the 9 Titans against the Bedwell Rangers Roma away and during the game saw Remy Bustamante score a superb hat-trick whilst both William Hart and Noah Devine scored one goal each.

The 9 Tigers were in a roaring mood with their match with Bury Rangers Blues and scoring some goals for the roaring Tigers were T. Claydon 2, George Lim 2, Ewan Wise 2 and Joe Neal.

 

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

The 18 West took part in a real exciting match in which eleven goals were scored and in the end, it was the West who came out on top with a 6-5 victory over Croxley Green Black. Scoring the goals for the Saints were Gideon Rowland 2, Adam Sharkey 2, William Skinner and Nick Curtis. 

In the County Cup saw the 18 East going in at the break 2-0 down to Welwyn Pegasus but in the second period Welwyn rattled in another six more to win 8-0. It could have been more but for man of the match stand-in keeper Samuel 'Mervyn Day' Parker.

Playing FC Hemel at home saw the 16 Boreal snatch a 1-0 win with a late goal from Harry Sweetman whilst Jack Carmichael was voted man of the match.

The 16 South had an away game at Berkhamsted Raiders Blue and the match finished all square at 1-1 with Charlie Moore scoring the South's equalizing goal whilst Charlie Bennett was named as man of the match.

In the WHYL Senior League Cup were the 15 South and they played away to Little Gaddesden and by the final whistle the South had recorded a 2-1 victory. Scoring the goals for the South were Mackenzie Gibson and Louis Warren.

The 15 East lost 1-0 at home in division 3 of WHYL to Nascot Wood Rangers with the man of the match going to Kashin Selvarajah.

The 15 West played away to Harpenden Colts Cyclones and after a very tight game the West eventually lost 4-3 with goals from Finn Geoghegan, Alex Maiden and J. Henry-Yeo whilst Charlie Gadeside was named as man of the match.

The 14 West drew 1-1 at home to Bushey & Oxhey Cobras with a goal from Theo Robinson and a man of the match performance from defender James Evans.

Both the 14 Orient and 14 Central lost 9-1 respectively to Harpenden Colts Hornets and Kinsbourne Youth with Jensen Dean scoring for the Orient and man of the match Barnaby Chaudry for the Central. Also being named man of the match for Central was George Milne.

The 14 Boreal were a goal down against Harpenden Colts Spitfires but they hit back to go on and win 3-2 with goals from Jackson McArthur, Ali Nawar and Hamza Randani and they could have added another goal, but Ali Nawar saw his spot kick saved. The man of the match went to midfielder Max Fearey.

In the Challenge Cup were the 13 Central and their opponents were Watford Sports who just a bit to strong for Central as they went on to win 6-1. Scoring the consolation goal for Central was Roake Silcox with both Tom Denial and Oliver Chisholm being named man of the match.

Away to Watford Town saw the 13 West record a fantastic 10-0 victory in the Challenge Cup with both Jasper Button and Kye Stevens scoring a hat-trick each. The other goals came from Josh Ladyman, Dylan Martin, Casey Fletcher and Charlie Rose whilst Matthew Gosling picked up the man of the match award.

Also, in the Challenge Cup were the 13 Dragons and they were away to Colney Heath Magpies and eventually the Dragons went down 5-0. The man of the match was awarded to Alfie Kennedy.

The 12 Gladiators were playing Letchworth Eagles Gold in the County Cup and the Gladiators put up a strong shield wall to go on and win 10-0. Scoring the goals for the Gladiators were Samuel Philpot 3, Frankie Coleman 2, Archie Leggatt-Martin 2, Jacob Standing, Vincento Di Girgenti and Kaden Rajkhumar. The man of the match was awarded to the midfield general Christopher Dattubo.

 Also picking up a huge win were the 12 Orient who were away to Berkhamsted Raiders and at the final whistle the young Saints had won by eleven goals to nil (11-0). Finding the back of the net were Joshua Kane, Alfie Long and Oscar Pawley and all three of them scored a glorious hat-trick each. Scoring the final two goals was Morgan Francis with neat brace.

In division 5 of the WHYL saw the 12 West play away to Echoes Orange and after a tight first half the West raced away to score four goals and win 4-1 with both Alex Evershed and Evan Reid scoring two goals apiece.

 

 

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In the County Cup saw the 18 Central take a ten-minute lead when Myles Donkin headed the ball home following a Matt Roome corner kick in their match with Tring Athletic Red but Tring equalized before the break and then went on to win the match 4-1.

The 16 East lost 6-0 away to Harvesters South whilst the 14 South went down 6-2 at home to Whetstone Pumas.

In the Red division of the WFL league saw the 13 Orient take on the league leaders the Oaklands Wolves and the Orient put the Wolves to the sword with a fantastic team performance which resulted in a 5-1 victory. Scoring the goals was Alex Hails with two, one each from either foot, whilst there were further goals from Tomer Cohen, Oscar Noble and Dina Gusev all with some cool finishing. The man of the match went to Bertie Postema who drove his team on from the midfield.

The 13 Spartans certainly lived up to their name with a solid attacking performance with a 11-4 victory away at London Colney Colts and that man again Dewayne Mitchell was up in front with a superb hat-trick and he also picked up the man of the match award as well. Also scoring 3 goals was Luca Castaldo with both Zevik Cowell and Felix Mensah scoring two goals apiece whilst Cristian Harvey netted one.

In the County Cup saw the 12 Victoria go 1-0 up after only two minutes play against Colney Heath Magpies with a excellent finish from Aidan Keigher and although Aaron Holsborough added a second goal it was the Magpies who made it through to the 2nd round with a 4-2 win. 

Another team playing Oaklands Wolves were the 11 West and this was an away game in the Red division of WFL with Lennon McKessick scoring for the West whilst Conor Dwyer picked up the man of the match title.

Bailey Fennel and Ollie both scored two goals each for the 10 Centurions in their match with APB FC Barnet Raiders whilst being named as man of the match was Keon Stapleton.

Man, of the match Elliot Theobald scored a goal for the 10 East as did Callum Dunlop as they played HGS Academy Rebels at home.

 

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City Youth Match Reports 29th September 2019


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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.

Please note Managers will not be chased for their reports, there are now too many teams, if managers would like their report included then please text to Terry by the Sunday evening deadline.

St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 29th September 2019

 

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Away to Bishop's Stortford FC Girls saw the STACY 18 Girls take an early lead when Emily Sibley opened the scoring with a calm finish, but Stortford hit back with two goals before half time to in at the break with a 2-1 lead. The home side then went 3-1 after a few minutes of the second half and then Melissa Trulock with a tap in made it 3-2 so game on. Later on, in the match Bishop's Stortford scored another four goals to go and win 7-2. The player of the match for the STACY Girls was goalkeeper Hannah Martin who produced some great saves during the whole of the match to keep the hosts from scoring more goals.

The STACY 17 Girls were at home to Leyton Orient Women and after a tight game the scoreline became 3-0 to the visitors whilst right back Katie Weaver was named as player of the match for the 17 Girls.

At home to Bedwell Rangers Comets saw the STACY 14 Girls South go in at the break drawing 1-1 and although it was a very close game throughout Bedwell Rangers Comets popped up with a last minute winning goal to win the match 3-2 despite the STACY Girls having plenty of chances to win the match. Scoring for the Saints were Grace McMurray and Maisie Humphreys whilst the player of the match went to Ava Rose.

Blaze Wilding popped up with the only goal of the match to give the STACY 14 Girls North a 1-0 away win at Berkhamsted Raiders Blue whilst Rosie Vaas was named as player of the match for the North Girls.

The STACY 13 Girls South were away to Broxbourne Utd Girls Purple and they just nicked it by winning the game 2-1 with goals from Stella Ekblad-Piscetelli and player of the match Marelie Raath.

In the preliminary round of the cup saw the STACY 12 Girls North play away at Welwyn Pegasus Girls and the score remained at 0-0 at full time and after extra time and so the match went to penalties which the 12 Girls North won 4-2. Scoring from the spot were Scarlett Robb, Esme Dickson, Michelle Lam and one from player of the match Emily Edgecombe.

The STACY 12 Girls Wildcats really went wild as they ripped in seven goals to win the match 7-1 at home to Hitchin Belles Red with 3 players scoring two goals apiece and they were Reese Anscomb, Elsa McGaughey and player of the match Daisy Harris whilst Ellie Ratcliffe scored the seventh and final goal.

Playing Denham Ladies at home were the STACY 11 Girls Central and scoring a hat-trick was player of the match Holly Green whilst Alicia Gibson also scored three goals as well. Other goalscorers for Central were Lauren Viney with two and Lucy Hosty with one.

At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Rock saw the STACY 11 Girls Wildcats take part in a high scoring game with Emily Gray who gave a non-stop performance winning the player of the match and she scored five goals as well. Also hitting 5 goals was Chloe Nuttall whilst Imogen Miller scored a brace with Zoe Eyles, Ruby Paine, Zara Stanley and Ottilie Haylett all finding the back of the once.

Away to Ruislip Rangers Clarets were the STACY 10 Girls Central and the match was played in a high tempo pace with the young Saints hitting the woodwork a few times and they were finally rewarded when Matilda Flynn scored with a long rang effort. The player of the match went to Charlotte Luckhurst who performed heroics in the Central's goal and when she came out to play in the defence in second half, she also gave a very solid performance.

Playing Hitchin Belles Girls at home were the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats and they turned a strong display and scored a few goals with Lizzie Baylis scoring twice whilst Emily Dormer also scored 2 as well. Evie Dullaghan-Stone also scored a goal for the Wildcats with Elena Behan picking up the player of the match with solid and composed performance.

The STACY 9 Romans Girls played in HGPL Pink fixture at home against Meninas Girls and scoring three goals for the Romans was Lucy Leonard with good support from Lucy Carter whilst Izzy Marriott also got on the scoresheet. The player of the match was awarded to Lucy Leonard.

There were plenty of goals in the away match between the STACY 9 Girls Central against Southgate Adelaide with Nell McKinstry leading the way with five goals whilst Daisy Oaten scored a brace. Other scorers for the 9 Girls Central in this Lilac fixture were Grace Smith, Amber Fells and one from player of the match Georgia Fells.

Nadeen Kelifa-Young hit 5 tremendous goals for the STACY 8 Girls Romans in their away match in a Pink match against Chorleywood 8 Girls whilst both Evie Bournot and Bonnie Maclean scored one apiece to round-up the Romans scoring.

Also hitting 5 goals for the Saints was Jessica Kutcher for the STACY 8 Girls Central in their match against Hitchin Belles also in a Pink match. Other scorers for the 8 Girls Central were Isabella Bachelor and Lola Mackintosh both with 2 apiece whilst Evie Rosenheim was named player of the match. 

 

 

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

We kick start off with the 18 Orient who played at home to Park Street Village Blue and in the end,  they had to settle for a 1-1 draw with the visitors scoring a late equalizer. Scoring the goal for the Orient was Ollie Gilmour.

Away to Chorleywood Common Thunder were the 18 east and they struck like lightning when they put 7 goals past the hosts with just one in reply to win 7-1. Scoring 4 of the goals was Gowt Selvarajah whilst there were singles from Josh Killick, Anton Sahota plus one from man of the match Brad 'Lothar Matthaus' Sanders.

The 16 South were slow out of the blocks in their away match with Harpenden Colts Falcons and soon found themselves 1-0 down but they quickly hit back when Liam Nolte Nel dispossessed a defender and slotted the ball home to make it 1-1 at half time. Early in the second period a defensive slip saw the Falcons go 2-1 up but wing back Samuel Baker-Madec struck later on to score a second equalizer and now it was 2-2. Although the South had chances, they failed to put the ball into the back of the net and they were made to pay when they gave away a soft penalty and it was tucked away despite keeper Dan Capoci getting a touch. the 16 South fought back and made the final score 3-3 when Ollie Giles tucked the ball away inside the box following a corner kick. The man of the match went to right wing back Ryan Solly who turned in a great performance.

In the first round of the WHYL Challenge Cup saw the 15 West play EB Lions away and after a tight first half the young Saints eventually lost 5-2. Scoring for the West was Louis Gardner and J. Henry-Yeo whilst midfielder Shay Murphy was named man of the match.

The 14 Victoria went down 3-0 at home Sun Sports Blue in division 1 of the WHYL with the defensive midfielder Victor Nicolas being named as man of the match.

In the WHYL Senior Cup were the 14 West and they lost 3-0 as well to Harpenden Colts Hurricanes away after they conceded two penalties which were tucked away whilst the third goal came in open play. The first half was evenly matched but conceding these spot kicks set the hosts on the way to a easy win. The man of the match went to Lenny Brandon who worked hard in the back line.

The 14 Central played at home against Berkhamsted Raiders Purple and they had a 5-2 victory with Oliver Taylor scoring two goals whilst Neo Haydon, Radel Hickson and Aaron Lota all scored one goal each. The man of the match went Torin Silcox. 

In the County Cup saw the 13 South keep the Hemel Aces Lions well caged as the young Saints stormed to a 9-0 win with man of the match Josh Smith scoring four of the goals. The other goals came from Freddie Yeo 2, Owen Weaver, Max Butterworth and Daniele Di Stadio

For the 13 Arrows it was a different story as Everett Rovers hit six goals to win the match 6-0 whilst the hard-working midfielder Ollie Denyer was named man of the match.

The 13 West turned in a great team performance which were rewarded with eight goals as they beat Sawbridgeworth Panthers 8-1 in the County Cup and leading the goalscorers was Jasper Button with a superb hat-trick. Scoring the other goals were Tommy Morgan 2 Kye Stevens, Josh Ladyman and Luca Turone. The man of the match went to the goalkeeper Joshua 'Woody' Woodley who produced some excellent saves during the match.

In a match between the Dragons and the Leopards it was the 13 Dragons who came out on top against the Harpenden Colts Leopards after the young Saints got back to winning ways after a poor start to the season with a thumping 8-2 win. Man of the match Michael Napier scored a hat-trick whilst new signing Daniel Minihan netted a brace (good shooting). Also getting in amongst the goals was another recent signing Sam Magee with one whilst both Josh Francois and Dylan Norman also scored one goal apiece.

The 12 Gladiators had no joy as Hemel Youth Red beat the young Saints 5-1 at their place with Archie Leggat-Martin scoring the Gladiators only goal whilst man of the match went to F. Coyle with Frankie Coleman in good support.

The 12 Romans were no match for the Harpenden Colts Raiders as they lost heavily to them with L. Yasin scoring the consolation goal for the Romans. 

In the match between the 12 Orient and the 12 South it was the South who came out top by winning by six goals to one. Scoring for the Orient was Morgan Francis 3, Alfie Long 2 and Oscar Bradley whilst Finn Wilson scored for the South.

Alex Evershed scored the 12 West's only as they lost 2-1 away to Herons following a very close and tight match. Picking up the man of the match for the West was Daniel Berman for his versatility and his tireless work during the game.

 

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Despite the 18 Central having just 11 players they took a 2-0 lead at home to Belstone Red in round 1 of the Challenge Cup with goals from Joshua Penning and Jack Percy who were ably assisted by Myles Donkin and Jonathan Hargreaves. Two defensive errors before half time let Belstone in to make it 2-2 and then early in the second half Belstone scored another to take a 3-2 lead. The 18 Central struck back when Matty Bleakley smashed the ball home after he was setup by good pass from Louis Johnston to make it now 3-3 but tired legs gradually set in as Belstone continued to use their subs and they got on top for Central to eventually lose 8-3. The man of the match went to left back Jonathan Hargreaves.

Also, in round 1 of the Challenge Cup were the 18 South and they beat Omonia White at home 3-0 with two great finishes from James Latter plus one goal from Luca De Olivera whilst Adam Robinson picked up the man of the match title.

In the County Cup saw the 13 Orient progress to the next round with a 4-0 victory at FC Comets Hitchin with the man of the match going to Oscar Noble who drove the team on from the midfield for them to give a solid team performance and victory. Scoring the goals was Luca Lepley with 2 whilst both Ed Purple and Lucas Berry scored one apiece.

The 12 Victoria conceded a very late goal to lose 2-1 to HMH 12 Wolves with Olly Garcia scoring the Victoria's goal with Henry Arbuckle being named as man of the match.

Teaching Alpha Academy were the 11 West as they scored two goals through Niall Rodrigues and Lennon McKessick with Glynn Howells going to the top of the class and being named man of the match.

The 10 Centurions played Harvesters Pumas at home in the Gordon Banks division and scoring goals for the for the Centurions were Oliver Lee, Keon Stapleton, Carter Davies and man of the match Bailey Fennel.

Also playing a Harvesters team and this one is called Tigers were the 10 East in the Stanley Matthews league and finding the back of the net for the East were Jamie Oh and man of the match Marcus Wass.

 

 

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The 9 South played Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers with Evan Love hitting four goals whilst Toby Sumner scored one and there was some great tackling from Rory Saunders with the man of the match going to Toby Thompson who made some great stops in between the sticks.

Junior Mitchell continues his golden touch in front of goal for the 10 North with another four goals in their match at home to Bedwell Rangers which proved to be a high scoring match. Also getting on the score sheet was man of the match Alfie Sangster who was a major force in midfield and helped to make the team tick.

Following a fantastic team performance saw the 10 South score 5 goals in there match away at Wodson Park and scoring goals for the young Saints were Nathaniel Faldo 2, Julian Jordan 2 and Fin Henry with one.

There was a great display from Zak Stamp in midfield and he also scored one goal for the 10 Orient in their home game with Welwyn Garden City Cyclones whilst Billy Stone also scored a goal as well with Austin Shepherd giving a wonderful performance 

for the whole of the match.

In a match with plenty of goals with play switching from end to end saw Harry Murphy score two goals for the 11 East as they played Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks at home in the Green division. Also scoring a goal was Leo Hooper-Walter with one whilst the star player was Nikhil Jagota who gave a starring role in a defensive midfield role.

The 11 North played Wheathampstead Wanders Pumas at home and both Eddie Johnson and Nader Kelifa-Young scored a goal apiece with the man of the match going to Josh Hirst and with the team being well led by captain Dylan Eccles.

 

 

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City Youth Match Reports 15th September 2019


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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.

Please note Managers will not be chased for their reports, there are now too many teams, if managers would like their report included then please text to Terry by the Sunday evening deadline.

St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 15th September 2019

 

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It was going to be a tough game as the 9 players of STACY Girls 18's against the 10 players of the Garston Ladies Lions and it got even worse when they found themselves two goals down but then Alice Benson outpaced a defender and slotted the ball home to make it 2-1 but the Lions roared back with another 4 goals to take a 6-1 half time lead. In the second half the 18's found themselves another player down due to injuries and it took its toll and so they conceded another five goals and then in the finally minutes of the match new signing Megan O'Sullivan pulled another goal back with a cracking 18 yard strike to make the final score 11-2 to the Lions. The player of the match went Laura Gifford.

Away to B.S.C. FC 18 Girls were the STACY 17 Girls and following a tight hard-fought match saw them eventually win 5-3 with Maz Horne-Badet scoring a brace. Also scoring two goals was Sophie Veal whilst Sam Farrer netted one and player of the match was awarded Laura Gifford.

Another STACY team playing away were the 15 Girls and they were away to Potters Bar Crusaders Girls and after a close first half the second period was a different story as the Crusaders rattled in another four goals to win 5-1. Scoring for the STACY Girls was Keira Ward whilst Edith Shakespear was named as player of the match.

It was a tight game which could have gone either way as the score remained at 0-0 at half time as the STACY Girls 14 South played away to Potters Bar Crusaders Blues but two early goals in the second half settled the match and gave the Blues a 2-0 win. The player of the match went to three players and they were Emilia Fishwick alongside Ava Rose and Mia Simmonds.

Losing 6-1 at home to Herts Girls were the STACY Girls 14 North with Thisbe Danford scoring the North's consolation goal whilst Sarah-Jane Spears was voted player of the match for the young Saints.

The STACY Girls 13 South played away to Watford Harts Girls and won 2-1 with a goal apiece from Erin Mill and Deenah Khan with the player of the match going to the hard working Roslin McGregor.

In a hard fought game against some tough opposition saw the STACY 12 Girls North beat Herts Vipers Black 2-1 with a goal in each half and scoring the first one was Rebecca Smith whilst Scarlett Robb scored the other one in the second period. Making her debut was Honey Seabrook and she had quite a good game whilst picking up the player of the match trophy was Emma Bracey. 

At home Geoffs Oak Girls were the STACY 12 Girls Wildcats and after a close 15 minutes the young lady Saints hit five goals to one with two goals from Reece Anscomb plus one apiece from Ellie Ratcliffe, Gracie Adam Avis and Elsa McGaughey. The player of the match went to Katie Lily.

There was a joint player of the match for the STACY 11 Central in there match with Berkhamsted Astrals and they were Mia Di Trolio and Matilda Stuart whilst scoring a couple of goals for Central was Grace Noorian.

Also scoring a few goals in there match with Royston Town Girls were the STACY 11 North Girls and finding the back of the net for were Rachel Kincaid with two and then Roxie Kosh and Shea Fagan both with one each. The player of the match was given to Verity Lobina.

Now calling themselves the Barcelona Wildcats were the STACY 11 Girls Wildcats following their brilliant passing and movement during their game with Bedwell Rangers Griffin. Scoring a few goals for the young lady Saints were Chloe Nuttall with 2 plus one apiece from Emily Gray and Zoe Eyles whilst Roisin Gleeson was named player of the match in that she kept a very calm head on the ball as she sprayed it about calmly from the midfield.

Playing Harpenden Colts Panthers saw the STACY 10 Girls Central play some lovely passing football with Olivia Wood leading the way with a excellent hat-trick. Other scorers were Demi Hall 2, Sacha Davies 2, Jasmine Mercer 2 and then Sophea Bridge scored with a fine individual effort whilst Alexa Johnson who was making her 50th appearance popped up with a scorcher with a fine curling effort from the edge of the box.

Also playing a Harpenden Colts team this one was named the Jaguars and playing them were the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats and scoring goals in this high scoring match between both sides Lizzie Baylis 2, Emily Dormer 2, Siena Sahota plus one from Evie Dullaghan-Stone.

The STACY 9 Girls Romans played Berkhamsted Raiders Galac and scoring a goal each for the Romans were Lucy Carter and Lucy Leonard with the player of the match being awarded to Eden Boswell.

A fine hat-trick from Daisy Oaten got the STACY 9 Girls Central off to a good start in their exciting away match Garston Ladies Tigers and scoring a couple of goals for Central was Nell McKinstry with a neat brace whilst Grace Smith was named player of the match.

The STACY 8 Girls Romans were playing away to Hitchin Belles in the Pink Division and player of the match Grace Fergie scored a excellent hat-trick but Nadeen Kelifa-Young went one better by scoring 4 whilst Bonnie Maclean scored one.

Also in the Pink Division saw the STACY 8 Girls Central play at home to Garston Ladies Jaguars and scoring a few goals for the Saints were Jessica Kutcher, Tegan Broadhurst and one from play of the match Lola Mackintosh.

 

 

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In division 2 of WHYL saw the 18 West play away Chorleywood Common Lightning and after a high scoring game saw the Saints eventually lose 8-4 with the hosts scoring a few late goals to take all the points. Scoring for the West were Adam Johnson with a brace whilst both James Knapp and Gideon Rowland scored one apiece.

Also going down were the 18 East as they lost 3-2 at home Chorleywood Common Pythons with Connor Robinson and Gowt Selvarjah scoring the goals for the East.

Well what do you know the 16 Boreal also played a team from Chorleywood Common and these were called the Hurricanes(blimey they must have as many teams as STACY FC) but this time it was the Saints who came out on top with a excellent 4-0 victory. Scoring the goals for Boreal were Jake O'Rahilly, Harry Sweetman, Ben Wick plus one from man of the match Tom Randall.

No info from the 16 South who played Bovingdon Storm away in Division 2.

Although the 15 South worked hard in their away match at Bushey & Oxhey Jaguars it proved not to be their day as after a close first half they gradually went down 4-1 to a couple of second half strikes. Scoring the South's only goal was Louis Warren whilst the man of the match was given to Jamie Mcleod.

A goal in each half saw the 15 East record a 2-1 victory away at Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas with Chester Reynolds and Henry Thomas scoring the goals and Vasilis Estacchini picking up the man of the match award after his hard work in midfield.

Kayan Joseph was named as man of the match for 14 Victoria in their 2-0 defeat away at Sun Sports Blue in a Division 1 fixture.

The 14 west were trailing 1-0 early on away to Everett Rovers Red but the young Saints hit back to go on and win 4-2 with goals from Naguib Mazari, Ben Mitchell, Freddie Penford and a cracking free kick from Issac Templeton which he smashed into the back of the net from the edge of the box. The man of the match went to new keeper Kai Brooks who gave a great performance between the sticks.

Losing 6-2 away Berkhamsted Raiders Green were 14 Orient in a Division 3 fixture and scoring for the Saints were a goal each from Callum Crowther and Jensen Dean.

Sam Hunt scored the only goal for the 14 Central as they lost 7-1 away to Watford Sports Red whilst picking up the man of the match title for the Saints was Oliver Taylor.

The 14 Boreal fought hard in there away match with Bushey & Oxhey Sharks but key injuries to two vital players saw them struggle in the second period and they were gradually worn down to lose 4-0. Giving a great performance at centre half and at left back was Stefando De Marchis and in doing so saw him being named as man of the match.

The 13 South were losing 3-0 at one stage at home to Chorleywood Common Harriers but they hit back with two goals themselves to make the score 3-2 with goals from Ben Browning and Owen Weaver and it now turned into a very exciting match. The South continued to press for a equalizer and they nearly snatched one but in the last minute on the break the Harriers broke away to score a fourth goal to settle the match. The man of the match went to Freddie Yeo.

Finding the back of the net and his shots were certainly on target for the 13 Arrows was man of the match Joe Clinton whose brilliant hat-trick helped the Arrows record a 4-2 away over Hemel Youth Red. The other goal was scored by Fin Murphy and we must not forget that because it was a beauty.

In this very high scoring match between the 13 Central who were at home to Colney Heath Magpies saw the visitors steal all three points with a 6-5 victory. Scoring the goals for Central was Jack Reeves who scored 4 well taken efforts (coached by Clarky) and Jack was also named man of the match whilst Roarke Silcox scored the 13 Central 5th goal.

The 13 West playing some lovely passing football with top class finishing won 6-1 away at Hemel Youth Green and leading the goalscorers was Jasper Button with 3 goals and he certainly knew how to unpick the Hemel defence with his finishing. Other scorers were Kye Stevens with 2 whilst Charlie Rose scored one and picking up the man of the match award was Dylan Martin.

It was not a good day at the office for the 13 Dragons as they were put to the sword and lost heavily at home to Gadeside Rangers but they had a couple of bright spots when both Alfie Brown and Joshua Francois found the back of the net with a couple of good goals. The man of the match was awarded to the hard-working Vinnie Ogden.

The 12 Gladiators were swallowed up by Chorleywood Common Sharks as they lost 5-2 with Ethan Evans and Samuel Philpot just staying afloat as they popped up with a goal each whilst Christopher Datubo covered every blade of grass(or was it water) to win the man of the match and keep ahead of those sharks.

For the second week running saw the 12 Orient score eight goals s they beat Evergreen Hawks at home 8-0 with seven different goalscorers with the man of the match going to keeper Ned Jones who showed calmness during the tricky opening 20 minutes spell but after that Orient sailed away with the match. Scoring the goals were Alfie Long, Adam Lorman, Morgan Francis, Oscar Pawley, Michael Wadsworth, Nicolal Chern and Joshua Kane with two in this fine performance by the 12 Orient with a few new players added to the squad who have fitted in well.

At home to Hemel Youth Blue saw the 12 South pick up a point with a 1-1 draw as Oli Sheen put the finish on the match with a excellent equalizing goal late on.

Berkhamsted Raiders Orange were certainly tangoed as the 12 West won 4-2 away from home and scoring all four of the West's goals was there man of the match Alex Evershed so shall I say it again yes Alex Evershed with four excellent finishes.

Well we have no information from the 12 Centurions who played Harpenden Colts Raiders and the 12 Romans who were at home Hemel Athletic.

 

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Coming back from a goal down were the 18 Central who were playing away to Harvesters South in the White division of the WFL and scoring a first half equalizer was Daniel Onochie-Williams which made the score at the break 1-1. At the start of the second period the Central struck with three goals in the space of six minutes with Daniel Onochie-Williams scoring 2 more to complete his hat-trick whilst Matty Bleakley scored the other goal. The man of the match went Elliot Smith who helped his team to dig in deep to earn a 4-3 victory as Harvesters scored two late goals.

Also playing a White division league were the 18 South and they were at home to Whetstone Lions and two goals from man of the match Ollie Parker earned the South a 3-1 win with Louis Baker-Madec scoring the Saints third goal.

Drawing 2-2 away to Alexandra Park West were the 16 East and scoring both of the goals in this hard-fought draw was Nico Mohan.

In the preliminary round of the Challenge Cup saw the 14 South take on Hadley Rangers and after a high scoring match saw the young Saints just edge it by winning it by six goals to four after a very tight end to end game. Scoring for the young Saints were Cameron Choudhury 2, Joe Varney 2, Alex Varney and Mason Leigertwood.

With only ten players saw the 13 Orient play away against Woodys Ebogs Vapors but although the Orient found themselves a goal down, they battled back to go and win the match 5-2. Leading the goalscorers was Luca Lepley with a brilliant three goals (did he get the match ball) whilst both Lucas Berry and Oscar Noble scored one apiece. The man of the match went to the lone centre back Josh Toop who gave his all throughout every minute of the match.

Playing some really lovely football at time were the 12 Victoria and although they competed strongly throughout, they eventually lost 7-2 at home to Northwood Black when they conceded 4 goals late in the game. Scoring for Victoria was Aidan Keigher and Max Milton as 12 Victoria kept, they the scoreline to 3-2 for a long time.

Away to London Colney Colts Blues were the 11 West and a goal each for the young Saints were Conor Dwyer, Kyle Lloyd, Niall Rodrigues and Jack Burke with Noah Brooks picking up the man of the match title.

In the WFL Gordon Banks division saw the 10 Centurions play at home to a team called Go Stars and hitting a few goals for the Centurions were Finley Griffin 2, Ollie Lee 2 and two from Bailey Fennel(that's my boy) and one from Nathan Payne with Keon Stapleton being named as man of the match.

Next up in the WFL Stanley Matthews division were the 10 East and they played St Albans Rangers Foxes away and getting on the score sheet for the East was Ben Slocombe with a brace and then came Callum  Dunlop and Carwyn Evans with a goal each whilst goalkeeper Alex McAndrew won the man of the match award for his fine saves during the game.

 

HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

Well do we start with the results that have come in or is name and shame time for the HBDL oh I think it name and shame, right here we go, 8 Central, 9 South, 9 North, 9 Gladiators, 9 Titans, 9 West, 11 South, 11 Orient and 11 Romans so please text me on 07443541477 with your result ok, do not be shy managers.

We start with youngest age group as the 8 South played Knebworth Tigers at home and scoring goals for the South were Harry Hirst with three goals and Adam Davis with two.

The 8 Romans were playing Welwyn Pegasus Azures in the Saints first match at Highfield Park and it must have produced a sparkle in them as Dylan Jones went on to score 4 goals whilst George Cullum and Andreas Veasey both hit two goals each with Liam Evans popped up with one.

Playing Bengeo Tigers Sabres away were the 8 West and there certainly plenty of goal from both sides with getting them for the West were Alex Faldo with 2(with a name like that he should be able to put them away) and Seth Keaveny also got 2 whilst Orla Henry got one plus there was one own goal.

The 9 Tigers roared into action in there match with Watton Youth and scoring goals for the young Saints were Alex Davies 3, Joe Neal 3, Joe O'Malley, George Lim, Oliver Lim plus a hat-trick from the man of the T. Claydon (well done).

Junior Mitchell continues his goal scoring tally by scoring all four goals for the 10 North in their home match in the Green division against Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks with the North giving a superb team display.

In a thrilling match between the 10 Orient and the 10 West saw Finn Henry score a goal for the South but alas no info from the West (naughty manager).

The 10 Orient played Welwyn Garden City Whirlwinds at home in a Black division fixture and scoring a goal apiece for Orient were Harry Taylor whilst Louis Chen scored with a delicate chip shot.

The 11 East were away to Bury Rangers Reds in a HBDL Green fixture and Harry Herron scored with a curling right footer into the top left corner following a pass from Ethan Robinson. Also scoring was Harry Murphy as he followed up on a Leo Hooper-Walter fierce shot which was pushed out by the Bury keeper. In the first half Gabriel Odunlami was between the sticks and pulled off a few good saves whilst in the second period saw Nikhil Jagota take over the goalkeeper's jersey and he also had a good game in goal. The player of the match was awarded to Tadi Fernando who never stopped running and was also tenacious in the tackle.

Scoring goals for the 11 Central in there match with Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas were Sam Peacock, Harry Watts 2 and two from Joshua Gibson.

Playing in a White division game were the 11 North and their match was against Knebworth Lynxes and scoring three goals was Olic Fan whilst Oliver Ajaegbu got 2 and Zac Iman and Jag Elliot-Andrew both got one apiece.

 

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City Youth Match Reports 22nd September 2019


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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 22nd September 2019

 

HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

It was the clash of the two City teams between the STACY 18 Girls and St. Albans Ladies 18's with the STACY Girls being the away team and although they had only ten players, they took a 2-0 lead with goals from Alice Benson plus a well taken effort from Amy Cowan. Just before the break Jake Wallis scored a goal for the St Albans Ladies to make it 2-1 at half time. In the second period the STACY Girls went down to 9 players but then a goal from Melissa Trulock put them 3-1 up but the then match switched when the St Albans Ladies hit back with a hat-trick from Emily McMillian for them to go in front 4-3. Still the goals kept coming though when in the final minute of the game saw Melissa Trulock score with a wonderful lob to make the final score 4-4 after a very exciting match between 2 good sides. The player of the match for the STACY Girls was awarded to Amy Cowan who scored a great first half goal whilst in the second period saw her take over between the sticks and during that period saw her make a couple of fine saves.

The STACY 17 Girls were away to Tottenham Hotspur Women and following a close match saw the home team win 3-2 with player of the match for the Saints Dani Monastterdi scoring their first goal whilst Sophie Veal netted their second.

In a closely fought game saw the STACY 15 Girls North lose 2-1 away to Letchworth Garden City Eagles Diamonds Girls with Hope Hume scoring for the North and Gracie Patrick picking up their player of the match award.

Harpenden Colts Jaguars who had travelled away to play STACY 14 Girls North had their claws blunted when the Lady Saints ran in seven goals to win 7-4. Scoring four of them was the 14 Girls North player of the match Blaze Wilding who certainly set the match alight with her deadly finishing. The other scorers were Elsa Leach with two and Abbie Bierman with one.

The STACY 14 Girls South were missing 4 key players and they were only losing 1-0 at half time at home to Bury Rangers Girls but in the end, it turned out to be a bad day at the office as they finally went down 5-2. Scoring for the Saints were Maisie Humphreys and Jemima Avery whilst left back Jocelyn Rennie was named as player of the match.

At home to Bury Rangers Girls saw the STACY 13 Girls South win 3-1 with Stella Ekblad-Piscitelli scoring two goals plus also picking up the player of the match award. The other goalscorer was Florence Tatlock.

Making it three wins out of 3 were the STACY 12 Girls North as they won 5-1 against Garston Ladies Jaguars with Scarlett Robb leading with a glorious hat-trick. The other goals came from Michelle Lam and one from player of the match Gabby Bradley.

The STACY 12 Girls Wildcats also had a good win when they beat Watford Ladies Harts away 5-2 with five different goalscorers. Scoring all these goals were Sophie Owen, Elsa McGaughey, Imogen Siery, Reese Anscomb and one from player of the match Sophie Bromwich.

There were two goals apiece from Lauren Vinney and Roisin Cullen for the STACY 11 Girls Central in their away match in the Purple division against Hitchin Belles whilst player of the match was awarded to Mia Di Trolio.

Playing Harpenden Colts Girls Tornadoes away were the STACY 11 Girls Wildcats and in a high scoring match saw Emily Gray score two goals whilst both Abigail Ward and Gabriella Joyce hit one apiece. Also scoring was the player of the match Chloe Nuttall who hit two goals and she as more tricks then Messi as she proved with her goals plus, she did some great passing during the whole of the match.

The STACY 10 Girls Central were away at Meninas Rio Girls and a goal came soon after a great turn strike from Jasmine Mercer which found the bottom corner.  After some excellent work going forward again saw the 10 Girls Central score another goal through Demi Hall whilst Alice Taylor nearly crowned her debut with a well struck shot that struck the far post. Outstanding work and effort from player of the match Sophea Bridge led the way in an excellent team performance.

Away to Harvesters Girls saw the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats turn in a battling display in a real end to end match with the player of the match Evie Dullaghan-Stone scoring a brilliant three goals. The other goalscorers for the exciting Wildcats were Lizzie Baylis and the team's captain Emily Dormer.

The STACY 9 Girls Romans also took part in an end to end match when they played Chorleywood Common Snow Leopards away and scoring goals for the Romans were Annabel Latham, Lucy Leonard, two from Izzy Marriott and a fifth goal for the team which saw player of the match Eva Barenthein tuck away from close range.

Playing Meninas Curitiba Girls at home were the STACY 9 Girls Central and they had four goals from the player of the match Nell McKinstry whilst Poppy Miller and Daisy Oaten both scored two goals each. There were also further goals from Sophie Neil and Grace Smith to wrap up the scoring.

Leading scorer of the day was Naseem Kelifa-Young who hit seven wonderful goals for the STACY 8 Girls Romans in their match with Meninas Girls whilst popping up with one goal each were Amelia Ramirez, Amelia Foils and Bonnie Maclean to complete the scoring for the Romans. 

The STACY 8 Girls Central had a away game with Berkhamsted Raiders Solar and during the match saw Lola Mackintosh score four well taken goals whilst Isabella Habbouci and Jessica Kutcher scored one goal apiece.

 

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

The 18 West were at home to Bushey & Oxhey Dragons and alas it was the Dragons who breathed fire as the visitors went onto win 4-2 with both Adam Johnson and Gideon Rowland scoring the goals for the West. 

In the Challenge Cup Preliminary Round saw the 18 Orient crash out 5-1 as they played away to Croxley Green White with Daniel Breeze scoring the consolation goal for the young Saints whilst Samuel Beasley was named man of the match.

Also, in the Preliminary Round of the Challenge Cup were the 18 East and they were play against opponents from a higher division Harpenden Colts Hawks with the East being the team soaring to new heights as they went on to win 6-3, well done says Tezza. The goalscorers for the Saints were Alex Kouda with 3 well taken goals whilst Jari Quesada Thorn hit a dynamic brace and a fine goal from Anton Sahota wrapped up the scoring.

The 16 Boreal had a good 4-0 win away in division of the WHYL against Sun Sports Yellow with goals from Jake Clarke, Tom Durrant, Harry Sweetman plus one from the man of the match Jack O'Rahilly.

Playing Sun Sports Blue were the 16 South and following a tight match eventually saw the South lose 2-1 to a very late goal with Sam Hicks being the scorer of the South's goal.

In the County Cup saw the 15 East lose 6-0 to Hemel Athletic Blue and the score could have been more if it were not for the man of the match goalkeeper Jack Longbottom who produced quite a few of great saves throughout the match.

At home to Croxley Green Youth also in the 1st round of the County Cup were the 14 West and they were in total command straight from the kick-off and they finished the match with players playing of position as the West went onto win 11-0. The list of goalscorers is as follows Charlie Clark 3, Theo Robertson 2, Freddie Penford 2, Bem Mitchell, Dylan Doyle plus a penalty from Naguib Mazari. The man of the match went to left back Samuel Morris who was great in defence and a threat going forward.

The 13 South were playing last double champions Bedmond Red at home in division one of WHYL and at half time they are leading 2-1 with a 30-yard screamer through Ryan Kennedy and a neat finish from Ethan Howard. In the second half they gradually succumbed to the physical pressure of the opposition and lost 4-2 with Eylan Bakour for the Saints picking up the man of the match for his creative passing.

Playing Croxley Green Red away saw the 13 Arrows strikes on goal find their target as they went onto win 3-0 with goals from Luke Collins, Liam Powell and one from man of the match Alfie Wollington.

Both the 13 West and the 13 Dragons lost 3-0 respectively to Croxley Green White and Abbotts Youth Blue with Dylan Norman being named man of the match for the Dragons in their game Abbots Youth Blue.

The 12 Gladiators forgot to raise their shields as they lost at home to Hemel Aces Stingers who certainly had the sting in there play as the visitors went on to win 9-0 with Ethan Evans being named man of the match for the Gladiators as he fought a strong rear guard action.

It was the clash between the 12 Romans and the 12 Centurions, and it was the 12 Romans who formed a solid wall as they beat the Centurions 6-0. The scorers for the Romans were Charlie Yeo, Eddie Diprose, Max El Helou, M. Ali and L. Glennon with two. Sorry do not have the full names for two of the players.

The 12 Orient were really in top form as they went onto beat Hemel Youth Blue 10-0 with Oscar Pawley leading the way with a fantastic hat-trick whilst Morgan Francis and Josh Kane both scored two goals each. The other goals for the 12 Orient were scored by Michael Wadsworth, Alfie Long and Adam Lorman.

Away to FC Hemel saw the 12 West lose 7-2 with Alex Evershed and Matthew Ridgeway getting the Saints goals whilst Jayden Hood picked up the man of the match title for the West.

Meanwhile the 12 South lost 9-1 away to Chipperfield Corinthians with Ciaran Ryan scoring the only goal late on for the 12 South.

The 14 Victoria were away to Harvesters in the 1st round of the County Cup and the fixture was not only a local derby but also who gets the school bragging rights as these were offer for the winners. Victoria took the lead when Archie Hobbs scored with an audacious effort after clipping the ball inside the Harvesters left back. Ashton Latter was having a great game and he went close with a left foot shot after Alex Strazza had put him through on goal. Victoria went 1-0 up at half time with the defence all working hard and looking good on the ball and the saints had a good chance to go 2-0 up when they won a penalty but the spot kick was saved and Ashton Latter failed to convert the rebound. Harvesters equalised when they were awarded a goal following a long throw-in which appeared to go directly into the goal, but the referee deemed otherwise that it touched someone on the way in. The young Saints quickly hit back when Ashton Latter scored with a header to make it 2-1 and then Zak Davies nearly added a third but his low crept just past the post, but Harvesters struck back to make it 2-2 to take the match to extra time. The score remained the same and so to penalties which saw Harvesters win it, never mind the boys played brilliantly but it just was not their day.

 

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It was a tight game between the 18 Central who were at home to Omonia Youth Whites but Central took a 2-1 lead at half time with two splendid goals from Jack Percy but in the second half saw the Saints runaway with when they scored another four goals to go on and win 6-1. Scoring the other goals were Myles Donkin with two one of which came about after a neat free kick from man of the match Jack Percy and Matty Bleakley added one following a fine pass from Matt Roome whilst the sixth goal was tucked away by Jack Percy to complete his hat-trick. 

Away to Omonia Youth Green were the 18 South and they took part in a very close game but alas the hosts just edged it by winning it 3-2 and scoring the two goals for the South were Louis Baker-Madec and Luca Mann with one apiece whilst Kyle Rogers picked up the man of the match award.

In round one of the League Cup saw the 13 Orient play Whetstone Pumas at home saw Luca Lepley score a great hat-trick with one of them being a bullet header following a corner kick from Tomer Cohen. Scoring one goal each with a couple of cool finishes each were Oscar Noble and Ollie Jay for the Orient to go on and win 5-1 whilst the man of the match went to Frankie Linsell who was outstanding at the back.

Playing Hinton & Finchley Revolutions Stars at home in the 1st round of the Junior League Cup were the 12 Spartans and after a very close game saw the Spartans win 2-1 with goals from Zevik Cowell and Dewayne Mitchell.

Also in the Junior League Cup were the 12 Victoria and after a tight match saw the Vics twice  come back from behind to take the match to extra  but they eventually lost 3-2 to Maccabi London Lions Brady Gold there is enough there for 2 teams). Scoring for the young Saints were Aiden Keigher and George Betteley who was also voted man of the match following a good game in midfield.

 

HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

James Griffiths tucked away four goals for the 8 East in their White division game against Bury Rangers whilst Alex Martin got two and Sebastian Drummond and Daniel Jayawardena both scored one apiece to wrap up the goals for the East.

Playing Wheathampstead Wanderers Cougars at home were the 8 South and scoring some goals for the South were Finley Cullen, Nathan Wickes plus one own goal and the Saints defence were in tip top form.

The 8 Romans showed great attitude during the match and scored a couple of goals against Bury Rangers Blacks through George Cullum and Dylan Jones.

The 8 West were at home to Bengeo Tigers Bengals and hitting a hat-trick for the West was Seth Keaveny whilst Orla Henry, Alex Faldo and Leo Robinson all scored one apiece. 

Playing Watton Youth Dragons at home in the Green division of the HBDL were the 9 Lions and scoring with a well taken goal was Tristan Francis and he was supported by a cool finish from Tristan Mistry. Having a good game was Joshua Reynolds in between the sticks whilst the player of the match went to Joshua Jury who was very creative in the midfield.

The 10 North were at home to Codicote Dragons and scoring a hat-trick for the North was the dynamic Junior Mitchell whilst Alfie Sangster netted a fine solo goal. The man of the match went to Orazio Finco who gave a battling display in midfield. The North played some lovely quick passing with tempo in this strong team display.

Also scoring a hat-trick was Fin Henry for the 10 South in their match with Bury Rangers in a White division match whilst Finley Seabrook scored a fine brace and the South's final goal was scored by Sofiane Benadoud in this superb team all round display.

The 10 Orient played very well against Knebworth Jaguars Silver and scoring a excellent goal for the young Saints was Harry Taylor.

Following a fine cross from Harry Heron saw Leo Hooper-Walter score a goal for the 11 East as they played away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers in the Green division of HBDL and Tom Luckhurst added another on the break. Keeper Gabriel Oduniami made a few good saves whilst Ethan Robertson was the star player who gave a sound performance throughout the match.

Well the next game was the 11 Orient playing the 11 North saw Tom Banks score a goal for the Orient whilst Harry Reynolds hit a fine hat-trick for the 11 North with Olic Fan giving another great man of the match performance for the North.

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City Youth Match Reports 8th September 2019


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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.

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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 8th September 2019

FA Youth Cup

ST ALBANS CITY U18'S     1      AVELEY U18'S    2   AET.    HT 1-1.   1-1 FT.

At home to Aveley were the young Saints in this preliminary round F.A. Cup tie which saw eventually lose 2-1 after extra time after they had 1-0 at one time. Aveley looked liked they were going to open the scoring in the early stages with Josh Okpa causing all problems down the right but Sam Galatis made a couple of vital saves. Against the run of play saw the Saints take the lead when Ryan Orde hit a long ball forward from the back which saw BILLY OWEN race away and after going around the Aveley keeper he then slotted the ball into the back of the net to make it 1-0 on 30 minutes.

The lead was short lived as the young Saints gave away a penalty for handball inside the box and up stepped Frankie Waker to drive the ball into the bottom left corner to make it now 1-1.

Play was quickly switching from end to end and Billy Own went close to adding a second goal for St. Albans but his well struck shot crashed down off the underside of the crossbar and out(no VAR when you need it) as the seemed it might have just gone over the line.

In the second half once again both sides had chances with another Billy Owen shot not going in this time it was blocked by the Aveley keeper's legs whilst Ryan Orde fired just over after being setup by a good ball from Jarvis Wilkins. 

So to extra time and Billy Owen was once again denied by Elliott Wayvita the Aveley keeper who this time tipped over the bar Owen's cracking strike, with Alex Lankshear setting the chance up.

The match was finally by a cracking goal worthy of winning the final itself when Callum OWEN for Aveley their number 8 found space for himself to hit a sizzling curling shot from the edge of the box that flew in off the inside of the far post giving Sam Galatis no chance to make a save, so 2-1 to Aveley, never mind Andy Lawrence's boys now go on and win the league.

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St Albans u18s 3-2 Harlow Town 

Following their narrow defeat on Thursday in the FA Youth Cup the u18s were back at the Park for their first league game.

Saints started brightly moving the ball nicely through the third and deservedly took the lead after 25 minutes a good move down the left found Jamie Armstrong who switched the play finding Joshua Clarke who in turn found Alex Lankshear who beat his defender and s.d slotted a good finish in the bottom corner.

Harlow began to get back into the game and hit the Saints on the counter attack with a ball over the top and their striker coolly finishing past  Sam Galatis. 

Half Time 1-1.

Saints started second half well looking dangerous and creating numerous chances but couldn't convert. Harlow won a corner from a rare attack and a good run saw their Centre Half head home from 10 yards.

Saints continued to push for an equaliser that eventually came from a corner on the right touch line the ball bounced around in the box with Dan Banerjee forcing the ball home.

The you saints were now in search of the winner their performance deserved which came from a free kick on the right. Ryan Orde delivered a good ball in which fell to Thomas Geller who's shot into the corner  and the ball just crossed the line in spite of a valiant attempt by the Harlow defender to keep it out. 3-2 to St Albans at final whistle.

MOM Finn Murphy for an excellent display in centre midfield.

 

 

HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

We start with the older Girls who were playing in matches to decide which division they will go in this season 2019-20.

So off we go, and the 18 Girls were at home to Herts Vipers Girls and after 10 minutes they quickly found themselves 2-0 and although they tried to hit back it proved not be their day as they gradually lost 10-0. The player of the match went Lottie Nicolls who worked hard throughout the whole of the ninety minutes.

Next saw the 17 Girls at home to Flitwick Eagles White and they won by fifteen goals to one with Mia Pinkham leading the way with 4 well taken goals. The other goals came from Sophie Veal 3, Emma Judd 3, Sam Farrer 2, Katie Holder 2 plus one from Bora Cela whilst Emma Judd was named as player of the match.

The 15 Girls North drew 2-2 against Bengeo Tigers Girls with goals from Keira Ward and Gracie Patrick whilst Siobhan O'Donnell was named as player of the match.

Away to Potters Bar United were the 14 Girls North and after a close game saw the Saints go down 3-2 with Thisbe Danford and Abbie Bierman netting the two goals for the North girls. The player of the match was awarded to Jasmin Fells.

At home to Garston Ladies Lions saw the 14 Girls South finish up with the biggest roar after the match as they went on to win 7-0 with Maisie Humphreys scoring a wonderful hat-trick. The other goals were scored by player of the match Jemima Avery who got 2 whilst both Mia Simmonds and Grace McMurray scored one apiece.

The 13 Girls South lost 2-0 at home to Stevenage Borough Girls following a very tight game with the player of the match going to the Saints keeper Ruby Littlechild who pulled off a few good saves during the match to make sure that the visitors only scored two late goals to take the win.

The 12 Girls North started life as a 9-a-side team superbly as they won 5-1 at home to Watford Ladies Hornets. A strong start with Michelle Lam scoring early on which the Girls did not take advantage, so they only led 1-0 at the break. Early in the second half saw the Hornets score an equaliser and this sparked the Saints to up the tempo of the match which saw Esme Dickson score one goal and Scarlett Robb hit three fine goals to win the match 5-1. There was strong defending from team captain Emma Bracey whilst the player of the match went Michelle Lam.

The 12 Girls Wildcats certainly lived up to their name as they beat Chorleywood Common Cougars Girls away 2-1 with goals from Reece Anscombe and Daisy Harris whilst the player of the match was awarded to the hard-working Imogen Siery.

Well now move onto the young Girls teams now and there a quite a few of them this season, so here goes.

The 11 Girls Central played away to Hemel Hempstead Girls in the Purple division and scoring a hat-trick for Central was Lauren Viney whilst both Emily Ball and player of the match Roisin Cullen scored a brace apiece.

At home to Berkhamsted Girls were the 11 North Girls and they turned in a good performance with three goals from Rachel Kincaid, three from Sophie McMahon plus two each from Verity Lobina and Roxi Kosh. There was a joint player of the match and that went Sophie McMahon and Roxi Kosh. 

In a Violet Division match saw the 11 Girls Wildcats take on the Bushey Rangers Wildcats and it was fine entertaining game with Emily Gray scoring two goals for the STACY Wildcats with Konni Hobbs also scoring two goals as well whilst Chloe Nuttall netted one.

The player of the match was given to the hard-working Imogen Miller.

At home to Garston Pumas were the STACY 10 Girls Central and they certainly blunted the claws of the Pumas with Jasmine Mercer scoring two goals whilst Demi Hall and Sacha Davies both scored one apiece. Marking her debut with the player of the match award was Millie Lindsay.

The 10 Wildcats played Garston Ladies Pumas at home in a Purple league game and scoring her first hat-trick for the team was Lizzie Baylis with 3 well taken goals. Also getting a hat-trick was Emily Dormer and she also picked up a well-deserved player of the match award whilst Evie Dullaghan-Stone hit two fine goals as well.

Izzy Marriot scored a fine goal for the STACY 9 Girls Romans in their home game with Garston Wildcats with Lucy Carter earning the player of the match title.

Nell McKinstry hit 7 goals for the STACY 9 Girls Central as they played Chipperfield Corinthians Girls at home whilst player of the match Amber Fells struck four goals in this high scoring game. For the Central team also, there were singles from three players, and they were Poppy Miller, Sophie Neil and Liana Sprunt.

The highest goal scorer of the day was player of the match Jessica Kutcher for 8 Girls Central as she struck all eight goals yes 8 goals in there high scoring away match with Menias Girls in a Pink fixture.

 

 

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