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City Youth Match Reports 8th March 2020


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 w/e 8th March 2020

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

At home to Harpenden Colts Whitecaps were the 18 West and they were playing in the quarter-final of the Intermediate League Cup and after 90 minutes plus 30 minutes of extra time saw the score remain goalless. So, onto the penalty shootout which saw the 18 West win 4-3 which saw Ed Young, Nic Curtis, James Knapp and Scott Redman all convert theirs to see the West move into the semi-finals.

The 18 East were away to Chorleywood Pythons and goals from Anton Nicolas Sahota, Gowt Selvarajah and Seb Pound gave the East a 3-1 lead but going into the final stages of the match saw some keystone defending and they conceded two late goals for the match to end in a 3-3 draw.  The East have still only been beaten by the top team in the last four months.

In the challenge cup quarterfinal saw the 16 Boreal lose 4-2 away Harpenden Colts Hawks with George Sippetts and Harry Sweetman scoring the goals for Boreal with Tom Randell being named man of the match after having a good game up front.

The 16 South who were away to top of the table Tring Tornadoes Leopards who unbeaten this season and the 16 South certainly gave them a hard match and they only went down 2-0 after conceding two late goals. The man of the match was awarded to Owen Wiseman who had a brilliant game in the midfield.

The 15 East won 2-1 at home in the Junior League Cup quarter-final playing against St Albans Rangers Kites with goals from Chester Reynolds And Mikie Ridgway whilst J. Chaudhry was named man of the match. 

At home to Aston Clinton Colts were the 15 West and after a very close and tight saw them eventually lose 3-2 with Lewis Gardner and Charlie Trulock-Faulkner scoring the goals for the West whilst Tom Stockwell was named man of the match.

In division 1 of the WHYL saw the 14 West come from being 1-0 down away to Bushey & Oxhey Cobras to go on and win 2-1 with Isaac Templeton scoring a snappy equalizer. After this goal saw the West up their game and go on and win with Lewis Bullock scoring the winning goal with a 25-yard stunning free kick. There was a joint man of the match and it was awarded to goalkeeper Kai Birks and centre back James Evans.

 The 14 Victoria also in division 1 played away to Harpenden Colts Hurricanes and they finally went down 3-1 following a very close game with man of the match Joe Caffery scoring Victoria's only goal of the match.

The 14 Central had a match against Watford Youth Sports Red at home and although the Saints battled hard throughout the match, they eventually lost 3-1 with Aaron Lota scoring the Central's goal with attacking midfielder Davide Iacobucci being named man of the match.

After several weeks without a match with them being cancelled due to the weather saw the 14 Boreal boys express themselves and they did it in a super way with some great passing football and solid defending saw them beat Chipperfield 2-0 away. The goalscorers were Blenor Brahimi and Hamza Ramdani with Ben Farmer being named man of the match after giving a solid performance in goal.

In the Intermediate Plate Cup semi-final saw the 14 Orient play at home to Croxley Green White and after extra time saw the scoreline remain at 2-2 and so to penalties which saw the Orient lose 4-3. Scoring the goals in normal time for the Saints were Jensen Dean and Freddie Green.

The man of the match for the 13 Arrows was Innes Diggens-Wilson in their 6-0 defeat at home to Bushey & Oxhey Hornets.

Away to Sarrett Rebels were the 13 Central and they turned in a great performance to go on and win 7-1 with the goal scoring machine Roarke Silcox scoring five superb goals. The other scorers were Dean Bladon and Sam Johnson with Ethan Burton being named man of the match.

The 13 Dragons in the 1st round of the Junior League Cup saw them lose 5-2 away to Harpenden Colts Leopards with Michael Napier scoring the two goals for the Dragons whilst Joshua Nash being named man of the match.

In the Intermediate League Cup quarterfinal were the 13 West and their opponents were local neighbours Colney Heath Magpies and the Magpies picked the pockets of the Saints to go on and win 2-1. The goalscorer for the West was Josh Ladyman with tough midfielder Tommy Morgan being named man of the match. 

The 13 South in the Senior League Cup quarterfinal were up against Berkhamsted Raiders and man of the match Ollie Weaver gave the young Saints a 1-0 lead with a terrific half volley to make it 1-0 at half time. In the second half saw further goals from Sam Estell and Eylan Bakour sealed a great 3-0 win with a fine defensive performance throughout second period.

The 12 Gladiators lost 3-0 away to Bedmond Reds with Archie Leggatt-Martin being named man of the match.

Also losing were the 12 West and they lost heavily to FC Hemel with Lewis Cleaton scoring the consolation goal for the young Saints.

 Kiran Reynolds and Oli Sheen scored a goal apiece for the 12 South in their away match to FC Hemel which saw the South lose 7-2.

 

 WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

The 18 Central were at home to Northwood White and the visitors scored a late against the run of play to earn themselves a 2-2 draw to deny the Saints all three points. Scoring the goals for 18 Central was Robbie Campbell-Ferguson with a fine brace with Jon Hargreaves setting both of them up with a couple neat passes. The man of the match went to goalkeeper Joe Moss who produced some excellent saves which kept them in the game.

 The 18 South away to Whetstone Leopards went down 1-0 following a close game and being named man of the match was Luca De Olivera who worked hard throughout the whole of the match.

In the Spring Cup Group B saw the 16 East play away to Belstone Red saw both sides play some super football, but it was the young Saints who came out on top by winning 6-1 with Tom Merritt leading the way by scoring four fantastic goals. The other scorers were Alex Kirton and Finlay Thomas whilst Will Austen, Jack Jacobs and Tom Merritt all gave outstanding performances.

In the semi-final of Junior League Cup were the 14 South and they were away to local rivals Harvesters South and at the final whistle saw the 14 South win 3-1 with Cameron Choudhury scoring a splendid hat-trick with some deadly finishing.

The 13 Orient were away to Maccabi London Lions White in the quarter-final of the Challenge Cup and at full time the score was 3-3 with two goals from Bertie Postema and one from Dima Gusev and so the match went to extra time and with no further score saw the match go to penalties. Despite the Orient scoring three spot kicks through Alex Hails, Luca Lepley and Lucas Berry they eventually went out 4-3 on penalties. The man of the match went to Bertie Postema who was outstanding in midfield.

In the Spring Plate Group E were the 12 Victoria and they played Maccabi London Brady Black away and two cool finishes by Olly Garcia and Stanley Seeby saw the 12 Victoria win 2-0. The hosts played 5 across the back but the Victoria's midfield and their wide players found their way through to secure the victory. The man of the match who was voted by the team's coaches went to Olly Garcia whilst Max Milton also had a good game as well as George Betteley who even took a full collision with the post in denying Brady Black a goal scoring chance and in the end he had to sit the rest of the match out.(well done George).

The 11 West played another team from Maccabi and these were the London Lions White and Harvey Ryan was named man of the match with the rest of the team being Jack Burke, Glyn Howells, Lennon McKessick, Harvey McKessick, Conor Dwyer, Otis Lau-Johnston, Freddie Nelson Thorpe, Kyle Lloyd, Nial Rodrigues, Noah Brooks and Rory Williams.

 The 7 North played in a high scoring game away to AC Finchley South and following some great passing and moving with some solid tackling saw the 7 North score goals through Noah Wilkerson 3, Louis Farrow, Alex Nourge and Eden Kosh.

 HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

The STACY 15 Girls North were away to Herts Girls and they carried on with their unbeaten run in the league with a 4-1 victory which now makes it 8 matches and sees them top on 24 points and that is nine points clear of second place team Potters Bar Crusaders Girls. Scoring the goals was Kiera Ward with two which takes her tally to 26 for the season with Esme Hume and Grace Patrick both scoring one each. The player of the match went to centre back Ruby Tickner. In the league see the 15 Girls North stay top scoring 51 goals with a goal difference of 43.

At home to Hitchin Belles White were the STACY 14 Girls North and they lost 5-0 despite defender Emma Laney having a good game there and in doing so saw her being named player of the match.

Also, at home were the STACY 14 Girls South and they also were also defeated with the score being 4-0 to Belstone Youth Girls with left wing back Grace McMurray being named player of the match.

Away to Watford Ladies Harts were the STACY 13 Girls South and they turned in a good performance to go on and win 4-0 with goals from Stella Ekblad-Piscitelli with two and Marelie Raath also popped up with two as well whilst Skillful midfielder Iris Foley was named player of the match.

In the league cup saw the STACY 12 Girls North play at home to Watford Ladies Hornets and there were outstanding performances from defenders Olive Jones who was also player of the match plus Emma Bracey and goalkeeper Vanessa Cipolla. Both teams played well, and the Hornets even had a goal disallowed for offside but the 12 Girls North went onto win 1-0 with a well taken goal from Michelle Lam after a solid all round team performance.

The STACY 12 Girls Wildcats certainly sharpen their claws with a 3-1 away win at Harvesters Girls with goals from Daisy Harris, Reese Anscomb and Poppy Williams-Leung. The player of the match went Ellie Ratcliffe who was everywhere in the midfield chasing and harrying the Harvesters defence.

Alicia Gibson who was also joint player of the match for the STACY 11 Girls Central scored a fine goal for them in their home match with London Lions Ladies with Lucy Hosty also being named as player of the match.

Despite lots of possession and plenty of goal chances the STACY 11 Girls North just could not find the back of the net at home to Hemel Hempstead Town Red Girls with Rachel Kincaid and Ava Cowie going close on numerous occasions.

Away to Garston Girls Tigers were the STACY 11 Girls Wildcats and they played some lovely football with both Chloe Nuttall and Roisin Gleeson scoring one goal each. The player of the match went to Laura Graham who was very good in her tackling plus her calmness on the ball in only her second game for the team.

Alexa Johnson scored a great goal for the STACY 10 Girls Central against Meninas Rio Girls in their strong display with plenty of effort throughout from the whole of the team.

Away to Watford Ladies Hornets were the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats and there were plenty of goals from both sides with Evie Dullaghan-Stone scoring a fantastic hat-trick for the Wildcats whilst player of the match Lizzie Baylis also got on the score sheet with one.

 Playing Meninas FC Salvador Girls away were the STACY 9 Girls Romans and scoring for the Romans was Lucy Carter whilst Eden Boswell picked up the player of the match title.

Daisy Oaten scored two goals for the STACY 9 Girls Central away to Ruislip Rangers Clarets whilst Nell McKinstry popped up with a goal late on. The player of the match went to Georgia Miller who gave a great all-round performance in defence whilst captain Molly Baker was just outstanding in goal in that she made a few excellent saves during the whole of the match.

At home Stevenage Starlets Navy were the STACY 8 Girls Romans and scoring goals for the young Lady Saints were Grace Fergie with 2 plus one apiece from Ellie Roberts and player of the match Amelia Fells.

Away to Chorleywood Common Leopards Girls saw Jess Kutcher score a fine three goals for the STACY 8 Girls Central with both Emma Dreyer and Isabella Harbouchi scoring one each with Evie Rosenhan and Bella Bachelor both being named as joint player of the match.

 

   HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

The 7 South played Bury Rangers Rd away in the White division of the HBDL and the young Saints had a good game and scoring goals for them in this very high scoring game with both side scoring lots of goals were Vinney Rawley 4, Harry Kotinas 2, Finley Smith, Sebastian Theobalds and Barney Makepeace.

In another high scoring match saw the 8 West play away to Welwyn Pegasus and hitting a hat-trick for the young Saints was Alex Faldo whilst both Archie Brown and Seth Keaveny both scored one apiece.

In the Ken Headington Green division cup saw the 9 Lions qualify for the final which is in May with a 7-0 win over Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers with Tristan Francis scoring two quick goals whilst Finley Maguire scored one to give the Lions a early 3-0 lead. Joshua Jury added a fourth goal whilst Tristan Francis scored another goal to complete his hat-trick to make it 5-0 at half time. In the second period saw Tristan Mistry score one and Joshua Jury with a second goal to take his tally to two to complete a 7-0 win. There was a joint player of the match and it was awarded to Tristan Francis and Harry Turnbull. 

The 9 South also played in the Ken Headington Green division cup and they won 6-2 away to Welwyn Pegasus Cobalts with Evan Love scoring three superb goals whilst there were singles from Toby Sumner, Toby Thompson and also joint man of the match Rory Saunders. There were some great performances from including Toby Thompson who was full of running and Zac Johnson who made a fine penalty save and was also named joint man of the match. The whole team played well with some excellent tackling and passing. 

We move onto the Dave Wray Green division cup and the 11 East were away Wheathampstead Rangers Tigers and they won 5-1 with Leo Hooper-Walter scoring the first goal which was setup by a good pass from Tom Luckhurst to give the East a 1-0 lead. The Tigers though hit back to make it 1-1 before Hooper-Walter played in Harry Murphy who quickly made it 2-1. Harry Heron then scored two goals one of which was a cracker whilst Leo Hooper-Walter added another for his brace to make the final score 5-1.

Seth Coetzee made a couple of great saves whilst Oliver Cox played well to take the star player trophy.

The 11 Central were in the Dave Wray White division cup and following a tight first half away to Bengeo Tigers saw the 11 Central win 4-2 with Joshua Gibson scoring a fine hat-trick whilst Harry Watts scored their fourth goal.

Away to Watton Youth Dragons in a Dave Wray White division cup fixture were the 11 Romans and early onto into the game saw the Dragons take a 2-0 lead but a near post effort from Aidan Bostock saw the Romans halve the deficit but just before half time saw the Romans concede another goal to go 3-1 down. The Romans though were far from beaten and they gained control following a cracking second with a simple tap in from Hari Boodhun plus a last-minute strike from Elliot Campbell which earned the Romans a hard fought 3-3 draw.

 

EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE

 

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City Youth Match Reports 1 March 2020


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 w/e 1st March 2020

 

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

The 18 West were at home to Chorleywood Lightning and after a very close game saw the 18 West earn themselves a point following a 2-2 draw with Gideon Rowland and William Skinner scoring the goals for the Saints.

Daniel Breeze scored both of the goals for the 18 Orient as they finally lost 4-2 at home to EB Lions after a very close match.

The 18 East were also at home and they were playing Cassiobury Rangers Blues and making a journey from South London for the match was Alex Kouda and made the journey count when he scored two goals to help the 18 East record a 7-0 victory. Scoring the other goals for the young Saints were Jari Quesada-Thorn, Freddie Radovanic, Lucas Rosden, Anton Sahota and Brad Sanders. It was a great weekend for the South Londoners living St Albans.

In the 3rd round of the challenge cup saw the 16 Boreal takes on Herons at home and leading the way with four goals in their 9-0 win was their leading goalscorer George Sippetts (he is getting more like dad every week). The other goalscorers after this fine performance from Boreal were Ben Wick, George Pedder, Tom Durrant, Jack O'Rahilly and man of the match Jack Carmichael.

Despite results not reflecting sound performances by the 16 South including a run of 3 defeats saw them desperate for the three points against their nemesis side Hemel Town. The 16 South got off to a good start after 15 minutes with goals from Charlie Moore and Sam Baker-Madec but then they took their foot off the pedal and allowed Hemel to score two goals to level the score at the break. The South improved early in the second half and retook the lead with a penalty from Charlie Moore, but Hemel quickly equalized again with a tremendous shot from outside the box. Another goal from Charlie Moore to complete his hat-trick plus one from Sal Basilea saw the 16 South make the game safe and run out 5-3 winners. The man of the match went to left back Ollie Giles who defended superbly and really organized the Saints back four.

Away to Evergreen Jaguars saw the 14 Orient lose 4-1 with Jensen Dean scoring their consolation goal late on.

Also losing were the 14 Central who lost 6-1 at home Kinsbourne Youth with Aaron Lota netting the Central's only goal of the match whilst Torin Silcox was named man of the match.

Away to Abbots Youth Red saw the 13 South find themselves a goal down within the very first minute but by half time saw them hit back with goals from Freddie Yeo and Thomas Jennings to give them a 2-1 lead. In the second period saw Ben Browning make it 3-1 and there was a further goal from man of the match Thomas Jennings to complete a fine brace for the player and make the final score 4-1 to the 13 South. Thomas Jennings gave an excellent midfield display and they responded superbly to come back from conceding that early goal. Well done lads.

 

 WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

At home to Northwood White in the White division of the WFL saw the 18 South turn in a fine performance to go on and win 6-2 with two goals from man of the match Adam Robinson plus two from James Latter and then one apiece each from Louis Baker-Madec and Luca De Oliveria. 

The 16 East went down 8-0 at home to Harvesters North in the quarter-final of the challenge cup but alas no other info has been supplied.

Playing in the semi-final of the league cup at home were the 13 Orient and they came back from being 2-0 down at half time to go on and win 3-2 as the Orient boys hit back. Scoring these goals to see them through to the final were Ollie Jay, Luca Lepley and one from man of the match Tomer Cohen and the victory came about after excellent midfield play from Ed Purple and Bertie Postema. (save us a programme lads).

The 11 West were away to Enfield Town Youth in the Red division of the WFL and scoring a few goals for them were Niall Rodrigues, Conor Dwyer, Lennon McKessick, Harvey McKessick plus one from man of the match Glynn Howells.

 HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

At home to Garston Ladies Pumas were the STACY 12 Girls Wildcats and despite a fine strike from Daisy Harris the Wildcats still went down 3-1 to a couple of late goals whilst Imogen Siery was named player of the match.

Away to Harvesters Girls saw Rosin Cullen hit a great goal for the STACY 11 Girls Central following a entertaining game between these both sides.

The STACY 11 Girls North played Goff’s Oaks Girls away and following a fine team performance saw goals from Roxie Kosh 2, Verity Lobina 2, Rachel Kincaid and Ava Cowie. There was a joint player of the match and it went to Roxie Kosh, Verity Lobina and Anna Metcalfe.

Also playing away were the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats and their opponents were Meninas FC Rio Girls and Lizzie Baylis scored a goal for the Wildcats whilst keeper Ali Cowan made some great saves during the match. After a storming performance at the back led to Asha Pisharody retaining the player of the match trophy.

The STACY 9 Girls Romans played Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Galac at home and a top strike from Eva Barenthein got the Girls on the way whilst Lucy Leonard scored another goal with another classy finish. The player of the match went to Lirel Macey who gave a stunning defensive display at the back.

All the girls played very well for the STACY 9 Girls Central in their away match with Ruislip Rangers Blues and scoring two goals for the Central Girls was Nell McKinstry with two well taken efforts. Player of the match Daisy Oaten also got on the score sheet with a close-range shot.

At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Solar were the STACY 8 Girls Romans and being in real goal scoring form was Nadeen Kelifa-Young with 5 tremendous goals whilst Amelia Ramirez popped up with a one goal near the end of the game. The player of the match went to Evie Bournot

 

 HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

The 7 South played at home against Welwyn Garden City Hurricanes and scoring two well taken goals following some flowing moves by the team was Finley Smith.

The 8 East were at home to Wodson Park United and finding the back of the net for the East was George Sangster with two goals whilst both Daniel Jayawardena and James Griffiths both scored one apiece. The man of the match was awarded to Jack Yeo the young Saints goalkeeper who continued to produce some great saves throughout the whole of the match.

Away to Welwyn Pegasus Colbats were the 8 South and scoring a cracking goal from his own half from a free kick was Finley Cullen whilst both goalkeepers William Downs and Oscar Thomas who took it in turn between the sticks saw them both produce some fine saves.

At home to Bengeo Tigers Sabres were the 8 West and they gave an outstanding team performance which saw goals from Seth Keaveny who scored 2 whilst Archie Brown, Harrison Walker and Henry Neville all scored one each.

The 9 South played away to the 9 Lions and the match saw both teams play some great passing football with both sets of goalkeepers from both teams having a great game and for the Lions they were Benji Mellors, Tristan Francis and Matthew Denning whilst for the South it was Zac Johnson. Evan Love scored two goals in the match whilst Joshua Jury scored one  as goals were tight to come by due to the good goalkeeping. The man of the match for the Lions was Finley Maguire whilst for the South saw it go to Toby Sumner.

In the Dave Wray Green Cup saw the 11 East play at home to Bury Rangers Red and the East started well with a goal from Harry Heron whilst making sure the score remained at 1-0 at half time was Seth Coetzee who made a brilliant save towards the break. In the second half two finely taken goals from Leo Hooper-Walter ensured the 11 East won 3-0 whilst Tom Luckhurst was named man of the match.

The 11 Central were at home to Bengeo Tigers and scoring a sensational hat-trick for Central was Hayden Mistry whilst Sam Peacock scored one.

 

EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE

Result Ware U18s 3-1 St Albans City

The under U18s were away against EJA London League highflyers Ware U18s in an eagerly awaited County Cup Quarter Final on their 4g pitch.

The young Saints started brightly moving the ball quickly and looking dangerous however with 10 mins gone a Ware shot hit a Saints defender in the face the players continued only for the ref to award a penalty for handball which Ware converted.

This decision only added to the saint’s intent who continued to play the better football but couldn't quite force the equaliser.

Ware then went 2 up following a swift counter with Sam Galatis saving the first shot only to see the ball fall to a Ware striker who made no mistake from 5 Yds.

Saints continued to pressure the Ware defence and thought they'd scored from an overhead attempt from James Lawrence which was cleared off the line. A further good move found Lawrence with his back to goal 20 yards out he rolled the centre half hitting a low shot across the keeper that he somehow got down and tipped round the post. The resulting corner saw chaos ensue in the Ware Box a Tom Carmichael header hitting the back of Lawrence and the ball breaking loose for Billy Owen to stab home. HT 2-1.

The half time message was a simple one doesn’t concede and more of the same.

Saints though started the half slowly conceding an early corner and went further behind with some poor defending not picking up the Ware's centre half who headed in from 3 yards.

Saints then came back to life with Owen going close from a cross from the left seeing his first-time volley hit the side netting and then minutes later pulled free on the left narrowly shooting wide.

With 20 mins to go Ralf Lankshear broke free on the edge of the box and was brought down with a two footed tackle from behind. The ref immediately showed a red card to the Ware player.

With the extra man Saints changed formation to a back three and continued to chase the game. Carmichael coming close twice with a shot and a header. Ware though defended valiantly to see the game out and book a place in the semi-final against their U17s.

The young Saints return to EJA League action this Sunday 8th March a 10:30 kick off at Clarence Park.

 

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City Youth Match Reports 16 February 2020


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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 w/e 16th February 2020

Despite Storm Dennis cancelling most of the youth matches on Saturday on Sunday there will still a few that managed to ignore the storm and get played.

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

The first result is the STACY Boys 13 Spartans in the Green Division of the Watford Friendly League and they led  6-0 at half time at home to Aldenham FC Excel with Dewayne Mitchell scoring four of the goals in a eleven minute spell whilst the other goals were scored by Christian Harvey and Isam Jamil. In the second period saw the Spartans run in another five goals to record a 11-2 win with Dewayne Mitchell scoring another four goals to take his tally to 8 for the match with man of the match Christian Harvey adding the other goal. These 8 goals for Dewayne Mitchell took his tally for season so far to 50. In the league the Spartans have won nine out of their eleven league matches and sit at the top of the table on 27 points and they are eight points clear of the team in second place.

In the Cyril Squirrel division of the WFL saw the Under 7's North play London Colney Colts Red and during the match saw both sides score a few goals each and scoring the goals for the North were Eden Kosh 2, Jude Mowat, Louis Farrow and James Dyer.

 HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

In the Herts Girls Partnership League saw the STACY 11 Girls North play Ware Youth at home and scoring for the North Girls were Roxie Kosh with a fine edge of the box strike into the bottom corner whilst Verity Lobina swept home a low cross in from Ava Cowie. Other goalscorers were Rachel Kincaid and Shea Fagan whilst Jemima Copley was named player of the match.

Playing Berkhamsted Raiders Mete were the STACY 10 Girls Central and the match took place before the full force of Storm Dennis swept in and despite it being played in muddy conditions the Central Girls played some good football with Tilly Flynn scoring a fine hat-trick. Player of the match Aasha Barker added a excellent brace whilst Sacha Davies, Demi Hall and Alexa Johnson all scored one apiece.

The STACY 9 Girls Central in the Purple division of HGPL played Goffs Oak Academy away and being in top form was Nell McKinstry who scored 5 goals with Amber Fells and Molly Baker both scoring one each with the latter scoring a fine goal on her debut. Both Liana Sprunt and Georgia Miller had great games in goal with each of them doing a half each whilst in the midfield saw captain Poppy Miller and Sophia Neil both give brilliant performances.

The STACY 8 Girls Central were playing Chipperfield Corinthians Girls away and scoring goals for the young lady Saints were Esme Dreyer, Jasmine Noorian and Evie Rosenheim whilst both Bella Batchelor and Isabelle Habbouchi were named player of the match.

 

 HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

The STACY 11 North were at home to Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks and Olic Fan scored two early goals in this cracking match between these two sides and then following a well worked move saw Harry Reynolds finish it off with a sizzling shot. Later on Olic Fan scored a third goal to complete his hat-trick and in doing so was named man of the match.

At home to Wheathampstead Wanderers were the STACY 10 South and hitting a excellent hat-trick for them was Nathaniel Faldo whilst Fin Henry scored 2 and this was followed up by one apiece from Julian Jordan and Finlay Seabrook in this stunning performance from the South.

Away to Bengeo Tigers Bengals were the STACY 10 North and the man of the match for them was Leo Standing who really worked his socks off for the team in those really gusty conditions and so played a big role in the game from the start to the end.

The STACY 9 South played Victoria Playing Fields FC and man of the match Tom Greatorex scored two fine goals as well as doing some great tackling during the game. Other scorers were Zac Johnson 2, Hugo Perez-Landrove 2, Evan Love 2 plus one from Rory Saunders with a sizzling free kick and for the final goal of the match saw William Galilee score direct from corner kick (thank you Dennis).

Daniel Jayawardena scored three goals for the STACY 8 East in their match with Bury Rangers Red and he also picked up the man of the match tab. Other scorers for the East were James Griffiths, Sebastian Drummond and George Sangster whilst sub referee Paul Drummond had a good game as well.

 

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City Youth Match Reports 22 February 2020


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 w/e 22nd February 2020

WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE 

Away to Harpenden Colts Falcons were the 18 East and at one time they found themselves 1-0 down but then came a 30 yard pile driver from Teddy Cave-Schmidt which proved to the equalising goal for the match to end at 1-1 and for the 18 East to pick up a well-deserved point.

In the preliminary round of the Intermediate league cup saw the 18 Orient play at home to Harpenden Colts Magpies and following a close match saw the Orient eventually lose

 3-2. No info from the young Saints but the goalscorer for the Magpies was their man of the match with a hat-trick T. Egunjobi.

The 16 Boreal were at home to Echoes Amber and by the final whistle Boreal had ripped through the Amber defence and stormed to a 11-0 victory. Leading the goalscorers was George Sippetts with five goals (just like his Dad, that's right Garry who himself was a STACY player many years ago). The other scorers were Tom Durrant 2, Danny Fowler, Jack O'Rahilly, Nathaniel Olayomi plus one from the man of the match Oscar Evans.

In the semi-final of the Intermediate league cup saw the 16 South play top of the table Tring Tornadoes Leopards in horrible conditions of driving rain and heavy wind which saw the 16 South take a 2-0 lead with two goals from Charlie Moore with the wind in their favour. In the second period saw Tring make the most or the poor conditions and score three goals to win the match 3-2.

The 15 South were at home to Evergreen Youth Colts in the third round of the Challenge cup which Matthew Martin score a fine hat-trick to help the 15 South go on and win 

6-3 following a real end to end match. Scoring the other goals were Charlie Johnson, Jamie McLeod and Alfie Parkins.

Away in division 2 of the WHYL were the 15 East and their opponents were Berkhamsted Raiders Yellow and the East came in with a whirlwind performance that saw them go on and win by ten goals to nil (10-0) woweee. Scoring all these goals were Nick Berman 3, Chester Reynolds 3, Henry Thomas 2, Samuel Boca-Mapp and James Longbottom whilst Joe Poulton was named man of the match.

At home to Cassiobury Rangers Blue were the 14 Boreal but after a close first half in which they only conceded a couple of goals they eventually let in a couple more in the second period to lose 6-0. The man of the match for the 14 Boreal was awarded to Harsh Yendapally.

After a couple postponements saw the 13 South finally get to play a match which was away Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks and after a very solid defensive play saw the 13 South win convincingly by four goals to nil to take all three points. The joint player of the match Sam Estell scored a great hat-trick whilst Ben Browning scored the South's fourth goal with the other joint player of the match being keeper Jake Lee who gave a excellent display between the sticks during the second half. 

The 13 Central played Evergreen Youth Eagles at home in the quarter-final of the Intermediate league cup and the young Saints went eventually onto win 5-2. Scoring the goals for Central were Dean Bladon 2, Ollie Porter 2 and Roarke Silcox.

Away to Garston Boys saw the 12 Centurions lose 11-2, no info alas from our lads but M. Affleck scored 6 and H. Lawford scored 5 for Garston.

The 12 Orient played Chipperfield Corinthians away and won 5-2 with Oscar Pawley scoring a tremendous hat-trick whilst both Alfie Long and Michael Watkins scored one apiece. The man of the match for the Orient went to Brodie Unitt.

Away to Bushey & Oxhey Scorpions saw the 12 South lose 4-0 and also Tezza had no other info yet again.

 

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE

At home to Omonia Youth Green were the 18 South and following a very entertaining game with plenty of goals eventually the South went onto lose 6-3 despite putting in a good battling performance. Scoring the goals for the South were William Brown, Adam Robinson and James Latter with Louis Baker-Madec picking up the man of the match award.

The 16 East away to Boreham Wood 2000 White had a good 2-0 win with goals from Aiden Smith and Tom Merritt.

At home Omonia Youth Gold were the 14 South and despite Freddie Reeves and Cameron Choudhury scoring a couple of fine goals each the South they gradually lost 5-2 following a close game.

In the county cup saw the 13 Orient 12-month unbeaten run come to an end with a 4-0 defeat against Cheshunt EJA following a scoreless first half. The 13 Orient battled hard against the wind but in the second period Cheshunt played with some strong quick attacks and scored four goals which was harsh on the Saints. Sean Gallagher, Josh Toop and Frankie Linsell were outstanding in defence.

The 12 Victoria were at home to Whetstone Wanderers Tigers and after not playing for a couple of weeks they were glad to be back in action and they took a 2-0 lead with a couple of cool finishes from Max Milton and Stanley Seeby with assists from Luca Ward. The final score was 2-1 to Victoria with the man of the match being Thomas Hope who played superbly outfield whilst in goal during the second half he pulled off some vital saves including a double header.

Goals from man of the match Jack Burke, Conor Dwyer and Niall Rodrigues saw the 11 West have a good match at home to Harvesters Lions.

 HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

In a top of the table clash seeing the first playing second place with both being unbeaten in the league this season and it was the STACY 15 Girls North who came out on top with a 5-1 home win over Potters Bar Crusaders Girls for the North to extend their lead at the top of division three. The 15 Girls North led at half time by the scoreline 4-1 and scoring the goals were Kiera Ward with a brace which sees her take her tally to 22 goals in eleven games. The other goalscorers for the young lady saints were Esme Hume, Andrea Leonidasi and Grace Patrick whilst Hope Hume was named player of the match.

The STACY 14 Girls North were at home Bedwell Comets Girls and following a high scoring match saw the 14 Girls North eventually win 6-4 with player of the match Thisbe Danford scoring a fine hat-trick.  Scoring the other three goals with one apiece were Rosie Vaas, Sarah-Jane Spears and Abbie Bierman.

Leading 2-1 at half time at home to Garston Ladies Jaguars were the STACY 12 Girls North and by full time they had played some cracking football in the second period to run out 7-1 winners. For the goals saw Michelle Lam score a glorious hat-trick whilst Scarlett Robb netted a fine brace with further goals from Esme Dickson and Honey Seabrook.

Emily Dante scored the only goal for the STACY 12 Girls Wildcats as they lost 5-1 to Hoddesdon Town Youth Girls with Ellie Ratcliffe being named player of the match.

At home to Denham Youth Ladies were the STACY 11 Girls Central and during the match saw Holly Green score a terrific hat-trick whilst Alicia Gibson scored one with the player of the match going to Aoife Flanagan.

The STACY 11 Girls North played a friendly against Harpenden Colts Girls and won 3-2 with Rachel Kincaid scoring two goals while Shea Fagan scored the third goal plus one assist as well. The player of the match went to goalkeeper Aimee Chapman.

In the Lilac division of the HGPFL saw the STACY 11 Girls Wildcats play Meninas FC Fortaleza at home and the Wildcats gave a solid team performance which was topped with some great individual and team goals throughout the whole of the match. Scoring for the Wildcats were Chloe Nuttall with a hat-trick whilst Emily Gray also scored three goals as well plus she picked up the player of the match in the bargain as well.

Playing Ruislip Rangers Clarets away were the STACY 10 Girls Central and it was a really good match between both attacking teams. Scoring two goals for the Central was Jasmine Mercer whilst Tilly Flynn picked up one and being named player of the match was the hard-working Olivia Wood. 

The STACY 10 Girls Wildcats in the Pink division of the HGPFL played Meninas FC Rio at home at battling away in those very windy conditions saw Evie Dullaghan score two great goals in the first half whilst player of the match Asha Pisharody scored a third goal for the Wildcats in the second period.

The STACY 9 Girls Romans had a tough game away at Garston Ladies Wildcats and following a strong team performance saw player of the match Annabel Latham dominate the midfield plus she also popped up with two fine goals as well. There were also a couple of other goalscorers, and they got one goal each and they were Loral Macey and Lucy Leonard.

At home to Bedwell Rangers Dragons were the STACY 9 Girls Central and Nell McKinstry was once again in goal scoring form and this time saw Nell hit five(5) cracking goals whilst Liana Sprunt netted once, The Central Girls passed the ball around brilliantly and both goalkeepers during their spell in goal gave great performances and they were Grace Smith and Amber Fells with the latter also making some powerful runs when she was out on the pitch.

Away to Hitchin Belles Youth were the STACY 8 Girls Romans and scoring the goals for the Romans were Nadeen Kelifa-Young with three whilst Grace Fergie scored a brace. The other goal scorers for the Romans were Bonnie MacLean, Ellie Roberts and Emily Watts who also picked up the player of the match title. For the final goal of the match saw some one touch football from every player who all had a part to play in the final goal 

The STACY 8 Girls Central had a friendly game against Ware Youth Girls and they won 4-2 with Jessica Kutcher scoring two goals whilst both Isabella Habbouchi and Lola Mackintosh scored one goal each. After the match the girls went for a session of team bonding when they all went off to play ten pin bowling.

 

 HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

The 9 Lions played a friendly against Harvesters Wolves and they took the lead in the first half with a goal from Tristan Francis with Joe Neal earning an assist. The Wolves fought back to earn a 1-1 draw despite the Lions having the better of the chances. There was a joint player of the match Joe Neal for the assist and Oscar Taylor for some fine goalkeeping.

The 9 South played an entertaining friendly against the 9 Titans with players from 9 Gladiators and St Albans 10's helping the Titans. Both sides passed the ball well with Elijah Bailey's midfield passing earning him the man of the match title. Evan Love 3 and Toby Thompson with two were the goalscorers for the 9 South.

 

EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE

The U18S were back in League action following a two week break due to the weather against Wingate & Finchley.

Following a 9-0 win in the reverse fixture the Saints knew Wingate would be looking for a better performance.

As expected, Wingate came out of the box with a high pressing game making it difficult for the boys to play out through the back however the Saints defence held firm.

Saints struck first after 20 mins with a through ball finding Billy Owen in the box who was brought down for a penalty that he converted low into the bottom corner.

Saints began to find their feet and came close to a second from a good move and cross down the left with James Lawrence seeing his header beat the keeper but hitting the bar.

On 35 mins the second came with Ryan Orde winning the ball on the right driving forward and finding James Lawrence just inside the box who took one touch and fired a low shot across the keeper into the net off the inside of the post. 2-0 at half time.

Wingate started the second half brightly closing the space well however with Saints coming down the Clarence slope should have put the game to bed with both Hossen and Lawrence forcing good saves from the Wingate keeper one on ones and Owen hitting the post. Saints were unlucky not to be awarded another penalty when Owen broke free on the right and appeared to be fouled after he crossed the ball.

Wingate rallied and had a goal disallowed for offside before pulling one back winning the ball in midfield finding their striker who hit an unstoppable left foot shot into the top corner.

Wingate were in the ascendancy looking for an equaliser and had their own claim for a penalty which the referee waived away. 

Saints held to maintain their 100% League record with a 10th consecutive win and Wingate disappointed not to get anything from the game.

Next week the young Saints visit Ware Academy U18S for the Herts County Cup quarter final.

 

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City Youth Match Reports 8 February 2020


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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 8th February 2020

 HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP

With the weather on Sunday cancelling a lot of matches saw the Ladies and Girls being lucky that all their games were on Saturday so there was a lot of matches played.

The STACY 18 Girls lost 7-1 at home to Kempston Rovers Ladies with the visitors scoring four goals in the first half and three in the second whilst scoring a great goal for the STACY 18's was Alice Benson with a wonderful strike. The player of the match went to Maddie Merritt. 

Goals from Mia Pinkham, Jess Simpson and Dani Monasterio who was also player of the match saw the STACY 17 Girls win by the odd goal in five by winning 3-2 at home over Herts Vipers Women.

Away to Watford Ladies Harts were the STACY 15 Girls and following last week’s great win to go top of the table saw them this week win 10-2 with Esme Hume scoring a hat-trick. Also scoring three goals was player of the match Andrea Leonidas whilst Kiera Ward got two and both Siobhan O'Donnell Edie Shakespeare scored one each.

The STACY 14 Girls North lost 2-0 at home to Bury Rangers Youth Girls with the hard-working Lucie Kemp being named player of the match for the North. 

Another team that were at home were the STACY 14 Girls South and they played Garston Ladies Lions and at half time they led 1-0 with a goal from Ellie Langton and in the second period the South scored another three goals to go on and win 4-0. The other goals for the Saints were scored Grace McMurray, Jemima Avery and Maisie Humphreys whilst picking up the player of the match award was Miranda Wares.

In a top of the table clash between the STACY 12 Girls North and the Stevenage Starlets Navy saw honours ended even with a 2-2 draw with Esme Dickson and Scarlett Robb scoring the North's goals. There was a joint player of the match and went to Olive Jones and Emma Bracey for all their hard work in defence.

Meanwhile the STACY 12 Girls Wildcats lost 6-1 away at Bury Rangers Girls Red with Elsa McGaughey scored the only goal for the Wildcats whilst Morgan Kirikal was named player of the match.

At home to Evergreen Girls Kites were the STACY 11 Girls Central and scoring goals for the Central Girls were Emily Ball 3, Teghan Atwell 2 and Alicia Gibson with one and picking up the player of the match tab was the whole team.

Away to Ickenham Youth Girls were the STACY 11 Girls North and Rachel Kincaid scored a fine goal which was setup by some excellent skill by Verity Lobina who was also voted player of the match. Roxie Kosh nearly went close to adding a second goal when her effort struck the post and rebounded back out in a second half which the North dominated.

The STACY 11 Girls Wildcats lived up to their name by scoring a few goals and scoring them were Chloe Nuttall 2, Emily Gray and Zoe Eyles in the game with Hemel Hempstead Town Reds. The player of the match went to Roisin Gleeson for a great all-round game following a solid team performance.

The STACY 10 Girls Central played a friendly against Bedmond Youth Boys and scoring a few goals for the Girls were Demi Hall, Olivia Wood plus one own goal whilst Millie Lindsay was named player of the match.

At home to Bedwell Rangers Athletico were the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats and they showed lots of positive and impressive play with Evie Dullaghan-Stone scoring a fine goal. The player of the match went to Siena Sohata who gave a stunning performance throughout the match.

At home to Chorleywood Common Snow Leopards were the STACY 9 Girls Romans and following power, pace and great display and scoring a excellent hat-trick for the Romans was Lucy Leonard whilst Izzy Marriott scored a brilliant brace with Rose Sharman. The player of the match was awarded to Eliza Maton who put in a powerful performance with tenacity and power plus a delightful assist.

The STACY 9 Girls Central played Harpenden Colts Leopards at home and scoring four brilliant goals in the second half was Nell McKinstry including one which was cracking free kick which found the top corner of the net. Other goalscorers were for the Central squad were Amber Fells, Grace Smith and Daisy Oaten with the goalkeeper Poppy Miller picking up the player of the match following some fine saves during the game.

Away to Chorleywood Common Leopards were the STACY 8 Girls Romans and following plenty of chances on goal saw the Romans finally score a few with Nadeen

 Kelifa-Young scoring two whilst Chloe Allen scored one. The player of the match was awarded to Amelia Ramirez who had a great game defensively.

The STACY 8 Girls Central played Garston Ladies Jaguars at home and scoring two goals for the Central team was Isabella Habbouchi whilst there were one apiece each for Lola Mackintosh, Tegan Broadhurst, Jess Kutcher and Lottie Dennis. There was a joint player of the match and it went to Tegan Broadhurst and Evie Rosenheim.

 

 HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

Well at last we have some info from one of our Under 7's squads welcome.

The 7 South were at home to Bedwell Rangers and the whole team played well with Finley Smith during his time in goal making some great clearances. Following a fine move between Harry Kotinas and Vinnie Crawley saw the latter drill the ball into the bottom left corner for a great finish. Some tenacious tackling by Harry Kotinas and some brilliant runs from Finley Smith saw the 7 South constantly on the attack whilst Joe Penning, Seb Theobalds and Antoine Asiedu marshalled the defence. Harry Kotinas made a fine run into the box whereupon he was brought down and he dusted himself down to take the penalty kick and although the Bedwell keeper parried his spot kick Harry Kotinas was first to the ball and tuck it away for the South's second goal. Vinnie Crawley nearly added a third, but his low shot hit the post whilst Barney Makepeace also went close and Joe Penning during his turn between the sticks also made some excellent saves. Fine performance from all the boys and so Ice Creams all round, Coach Orders.

The 8 South were at home to Bedwell Rangers Corinthians and there were plenty of goals from both sides with Vihan Abeyrathna, Jonah Herron, Harry Hirst, Nathan Wickes and Finley Cullen all getting a goal apiece for the South

Away to Bengeo Tigers Bengals were the 8 West and, in this match, also saw a few goals scored by both teams with Alex Faldo, Archie Brown and Seth Keaveny all finding the back of the net for the 8 West.

Another team playing Bengeo Tigers Bengals were the 9 Lions, so it was the Lions versus the Tigers and once again there was a lot of goals with the goals for the Lions coming from Tristian Francis, Edward Beard and Matthew Denning. The man of the match went to Finley Maguire for his tireless performance in defence and midfield.

At home to Welwyn Pegasus Cobalts were the 9 South which saw man of the match Evan Love score a great hat-trick and he also did some excellent tackling which was followed by some fine work rate. Also scoring a goal apiece were Toby Thompson and Elijah Bailey with Thompson's effort finding the top corner. Being defensive rocks were Rory Saunders and Hugo Perez-Landrove.

The 10 North played Bedwell Rangers Real at home and scoring a goal for the young Saints was Nathan Payne following a well worked move whilst the man of the match went to goalkeeper Ollie Robinson who did not put a foot wrong in goal on a very muddy pitch.

Away to Bury Rangers were the 10 South and scoring a fine brace for them was Sofiane Benadoud with Finley Seabrook scoring the South's third goal which he smashed into the top corner.

The 10 Orient played Welwyn Pegasus Cyans away and getting amongst the goals once again was Louis Chen with yet another excellent effort whilst Billy Stone also added a fine goal as well. Playing well at the back were the brilliant trio of Harry Dennis, Louis Smith and Nathaniel Parsons.

At home Bedwell Rangers Albion were the 11 East and the star player for the East was Leo Hooper-Walter who scored five dynamic goals, and this was followed by a goal apiece from Will John, Harry Murphy and Gabriel Odumlami. During this fine team performance saw the East's keeper Seth Coetzee pull off a great save by saving a penalty.

Under 11 Romans

Ross Hayden scored a goal from the penalty spot in the 11 Romans home match against Watton Dragons. 

 

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