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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports 24th November 2019
HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP
The STACY 18 Girls were at home to Flitwick Eagles Blues and the visitors quickly took a 1-0 lead but the lady saints hit back with a low crisp shot into the bottom right corner from Olivia Chrisp whilst following a great passing move saw Melissa Trulock make it 2-1 to the 18's Girls at the break. In the second half though Flitwick struck back themselves with another two goals to win the match 3-2. The player of the match for the saints was Ffion Williams who gave an outstanding performance in defence.
Also leading 2-1 at half time were the STACY 17 Girls away to Garston Ladies Lions with goals from Bora Cela and Dani Monasterobut once again the opponents as in the 18's match hit back to score three goals in the second half to win the match 4-2. The player of the match went to Anna Gifford.
In the county cup saw the STACY 15 Girls North lose 8-3 away to Herts Vipers Girls with Kiera Ward scoring two goals for the saints whilst Dina Said scored one and being named player of the match for the North girls was Hope Hume.
At home to Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Red were the STACY 14 Girls North and they crashed to a 7-0 defeat against them with the injured keeper Jasmin Fells doing her best to keep the scoreline down and also Rosie Vass had a good game as well and in doing so saw them both voted joint player of the match.
There were certainly plenty of goals in the home match between the STACY 14 Girls South and Harpenden Colts Jaguars with the South girls leading at half time 3-2 but once again that is not how it finished as the Jaguars took all the spoils with a 5-4 win. Scoring for the South were Maisie Humphreys 2 and Grace McMurray also with 2 whilst Ava Rose was named as player of the match.
Playing Watford Harts at home saw the STACY 13 Girls South run out 5-3 winners in division two of the HGPFL with player of the match Marelie Raath scoring three goals and also setting up the other two goals which were both scored by Anna Cox.
The STACY 12 Girls North were playing at home to Stevenage Stars Navy who dropped their first points of the season when the North Girls who turned in a great all-round team performance to earn themselves a 2-2 draw. Goalscorers for the North were Scarlett Robb and Esme Dickson. The player of the match went Vanessa Cipolla.
In the match between the STACY 12 Girls Wildcats and the Garston Ladies Pumas it was the Pumas who just edged it with a 1-0 victory following a very tight close game. The hard-working Morgan Kirikal was voted player of the match.
Away to Ware Youth Girls were the STACY 11 Girls North and earning the player of the match was Maisie Taylor who scored a fabulous individual goal by running from the half way line before she slotted the ball home from three yards to earn her the title.
The STACY 11 Girls Wildcats played Hitchin Belles away and after the match saw three players being awarded joint player of the match and they were Chloe Nuttall, Ruby Paine and Ottille Haylett.
Away to Harpenden Colts Panthers Girls were the STACY 10 Girls Central and it was a scrappy match played on a very muddy pitch, but the Central Girls worked hard to find their rhythm and were rewarded with goals from Sacha Davies, Demi Hall and Alexa Johnson.
The 1st game of the Herts Futsal series saw the STACY 10 Girls Futsal play LHF Futsal Club Boys and following an excellent performance from the whole of Girls Futsal saw player of the match Alice Taylor score a fine goal.
In a end to end match saw the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats play away against Harpenden Colts Girls Jaguars and with the whole team working well together and playing some nice football saw them all named as player of the match. Scoring some goals for the Wildcats were Lizzie Baylis with a glorious hat-trick whilst Emily Dormer scored one.
Eva Barenthein scored a goal for the STACY 9 Girls Romans in their away game with Berkhamsted Raiders Galac with Eliza Manton picking up the player of the match title.
The STACY 9 Girls Central were at home to Southgate Adelaide after playing some excellent passing football saw the Central Girls score goals through Sophia Neil 2, Daisy Oaten 2, Nell McKinstry 2, Grace Smith, Liana Sprunt and one for Evia Hargreaves which was her first goal for the season. There was a joint player of the match and it went Sophia Neil and the tough tackling defender Evia Hargreaves whilst captain Georgia Miller also played well.
Playing Chorleywood Common Leopards Girls at home were the STACY 8 Girls Romans and Nadeen Kelifa-Young led the way with two brilliant goals whilst Amelia Ramirez popped up with one.
Away to Hitchin Girls Belles were the STACY 8 Girls Central and they scored goals through Jessica Kutcher 3, Esme Dreyer 2, Isabella Habbouci 2 and Lola Mackintosh. The Central Girls had a joint player of the match and they were Esme Dreyer and Evie Rosenheim.
HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
Away to Bengeo Sabres were the 8 West and it was certainly a high scoring game for both sides with the goals for the West coming from Archie Brown 2, Orla Henry, Leo Robinson and Alex Faldo.
Another high scoring game saw the 9 South take on V.P.F.C. and during the match saw Evan Love score four goals whilst both Toby Summers and Hugo Perez-Landrove scored a goal each. The man of the match went to Toby Thompson who had a fine game and he also set-up all four of Evan Love's goals.
The goals keep flowing in these matches and in the 10 North's match away to Knebworth Youth Jaguars Oranges saw man of the match Junior Mitchell score seven yes 7 goals for the North whilst Nathan Payne chipped in with a well finished goal as well.
The 10 South were at home Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas and Fin Henry popped up with a well taken goal whilst Oliver Sanders, Will Maiella and Finley Seabrook all turned in notable performances for the South during the whole match.
The 10 Orient played Welwyn Pegasus Azures and both Nathaniel Parsons and William Wood put in great displays in the middle of the park for the Orient.
Goalkeeper Seth Coetzee made some brilliant saves for the 11 East in their away match at Welwyn Pegasus Skys with Harry Heron scoring a fine goal for them whilst star player Harry Murphy was a constant threat throughout the game.
The 11 North played at home to Bury Rangers Red and scoring a few goals for the young saints were Jago Elliot-Andrew 2, Oliver Ajaegbu 2, Josh Hirst, Olic Fan, Nader Kelifa-Young with man of the match Zak Imam also getting on the score sheet with one goal as well.
At home to Watton Youth Bulls were the 11 Romans and scoring with a tap in was Sam Chaudhry whilst both Theo Turley and Aidan Bostock netted a goal apiece as well.
WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE
The 18 West were at home to Berkhamsted Raiders Purple and Adam Johnson scored the only goal for the West as they lost 4-1 by the final whistle.
Away to Croxley Green White were the 18 Orient and they stormed to a 6-2 win with man of the match Ollie Gilmour scoring two goals whilst Alfie Bigg, Tom Cox, Milan Sanderson and Ollie Smith all scoring one apiece.
The 18 East had a fine 5-1 win away at Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers with Alex Kouda scoring the opener for the East then came a poor spell which let in the Tigers to score an equaliser. Brad Sanders did a Frank Worthington 1975 special to restore the lead whilst he then setup Freddie Collins to score a third goal for the East to go in at half time 3-1 up. In the second period a penalty from Jarl Quesada-Thorn made it 4-1 and then late in the game another goal from Alex Kouda wrapped it up to make the final score 5-1. The man of the match Brad Sanders.
The 16 Boreal also had a good 5-1 win away to Evergreen Youth with George Sippetts (he certainly takes after his Dad) scoring a brilliant hat-trick whilst both Tom Randall and Jack Carmichael with Oscar Evans being named man of the match.
In the Intermediate League Cup saw the 16 South return back to winning ways in a feisty encounter with Hemel Youth Red and despite falling behind three times they hit back with a superb hat-trick from Charlie Moore to make it 3-3. In the second half a goal from Anashe Sithole capped some hard work to score a well taken goal to put the South 4-3 up but late in the game Hemel scored a goal themselves to make it 4-4 and with no more goals being scored in extra time so the game went to penalties.
After the penalty shoot-out saw the 16 South win 3-2 with their goalkeeper Dan Capocci saving three spot kicks and in doing saw this earn him the man of the match title. The three penalty scorers for the South were Sam Hicks(captain), Owen Wise and Charlie Moore.
A Milla Mousdale goal for the 15 South was the equalising goal in there away match at Harpenden Colts Storm.
Playing Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers away were the 15 East and they were in no mood to let the Tigers roam free as the East roared to a 6-0 victory. Man, of the match Callum Maguire scored two goals along with Mikie Ridgway who struck a brace whilst Henry Thomas and George Wilson both hit one apiece.
Another team having a fine victory were the 14 Victory as they won 4-0 away to Kings Langley Red and scoring the goals for them were Charlie Johnson and Freddie Roe whilst the man of the match Ashton Latter struck a excellent brace.
Taking part in an exciting 5-5 draw were the 14 Central in their home match against Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas with the man of the match Neo Hayden scoring three well taken goals whilst Oliver Taylor scored a brilliant brace to complete the scoring.
Ali Nawar was the only goalscorer for the 14 Boreal in there away game with Harpenden Colts Spitfires whilst Harry Muir was named man of the match.
At home to Hemel Aces saw the 13 South record a comfortable 4-1 victory with Sam Estell hitting two fine goals with Freddie Yeo scoring as did man of the match Ben Browning.
The 13 Arrows who were at home to Kings Langley Red certainly found the bullseye on their target as they went onto win 4-2 after coming back from being 2-0 down at half time with some great fighting spirit. The goals for the Arrows were scored by Joe Clinton, Ollie Denyer, Fin Murphy and one from Sam McGorria who was voted man of the match.
The 13 Central at home to Hemel Youth Green and won 4-0 with two goals in each half and scoring these were Roarke Silcox with two and Dean Bladon with one and also man of the match Elinge Mosima scored one as well.
Harry Gaines and Josh Ladyman both scored a goal apiece for the 13 West in their 2-2 home draw against Croxley Green White.
Also, at home were the 12 Gladiators and they lost heavily against Harpenden Colts Buccaneers with Rafael Fortuna picking up the player of the match.
Also losing heavily were the 12 Centurions as they played away to Harpenden Colts Titans.
The 12 Orient were at home to Little Gaddesden and they won 7-0 with six players getting on the score sheet and they were Alfie Long with two whilst Teddy Carr, Morgan Francis, Adam Lormam, Oscar Pawley and J. Small with Louis Kemp being named man of the match.
WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE
Despite a well worked and a well taken goal from Matt Roome for the 18 Central in their away match at Northwood Whites they still lost in the end 4-1 with Myles Donkin for all his hard work during the game being named man of the match.
The 18 South played at home to Edmonton Rangers Pumas and scoring a goal each for the South was William Brown and Adam Robinson whilst the man of the match went to Luca De Oliveria.
The 16 East lost 4-0 to Enfield Town Youth, no other info supplied.
Come on 14 South you won 4-3 at home to Harrow Stars Youth in the Blue division of the WFL and yes I have the scorers and they are Toma Tashev, Joe Varney, Matthew Kirby and Ollie Colman for the South, well done lads to win this exciting match by the odd goal in the second round of the Junior League Cup.
The 13 Orient took part in a seven-goal thriller which saw them go 2-0 down away to Omonia Green but Jacob Vickers pulled one back after a fine solo effort and then Luca Lepley bagged a great header to make it 2-2 at half time. A Harry Rumble goal early in the second period put the Orient in front but Omonia Green hit back to make it 3-3 whilst the Orient keeper Vicente Luciani with some fine saves made sure the scores remained level. With only a couple of minutes to go Alex Hails volleyed home the winner for Orient to win 4-3 whilst the man of the match went to Ed Purple for his coolness and grit and determination on the ball throughout the match.
At home to Hampstead in the Green division of the WFL were the 13 Spartans and once again they formed a solid wall at the back whilst in the attack, they were quite lethal and gradually run out 9-1 winners. Scoring five of these goals was Dewayne Mitchell whilst Isam Jamil hit a hat-trick with Zevik Cowell scoring the final goal for the Spartans.
The 12 Victoria were at home to Aldenham Excel and the saints played well with Aidan Keigher scoring both of their goals in a 2-2 draw as they hit the visitors with some power play in midfield which linked to the attackers after going coming through the both wings only to Aldenham to score two late goals to get a point. Man, of the match was Luca Ward who led the play from the midfield to the attack with some fine play.
The two Jack's, Jack Burke and Jack Johnson both score a goal apiece for the 11 West in there away match Edgware Town Red with Kyle Lloyd winning the man of the match award.
Playing Belstone FC at home in the Gordon Banks division were the 10 Centurions and scoring for the saints were Bailey Fennel and Finley Griffin with Nathan Payne being named as man of the match.
The 10 East were away to London Maccabi Lions Black in the Stanley Mathews division of the WFL and hitting a fine goal for the young saints was Maxim Ushakov with goalkeeper Alex McAndrew making some good saves during the match and in doing so it earned him the man of the match award.
EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE
The U18s travelled to Wingate & Finchley expecting a tough game due to an injury depleted squad and only 13 players available including a call up for dual signed Jack Latter making his EJA league debut.
Playing on a good but sloping pitch at the Football Pad in Barnet Saints started the first half kicking uphill. Saints kept the ball well creating a number if early chances and took a deserved lead after 10 mins with a move starting from the back eventually finding Lawrence free on the right who beat the defender and found Lankshear who finished in the bottom corner. Saints continued to control the game and went 2 up from another good move down the right Orde found Latter in the box who squared to Lawrence who made no mistake from 8 yards out. With seconds left Lawrence found Orde who was fouled 30 yards out. Orde stepped up and hit a fantastic free kick over the wall into the top corner. 3-0 to the young Saints at half time.
The half time team talk was easy more of the same keep possession and take advantage of coming down the slope.
The lads did just that and quickly went 4 up with Lankshear picking the ball up on the left drove into the box and found Lawrence who coolly finished for his second of the game. The 5th came from an Orde corner from the right a floated delivery into the 6-yard box found Banerjee who slotted home from close range.
With Wingate’s resolve depleted and Saints looking dangerous with every attack Owen, returning from injury was put through down the left drove into the box and pulled back to Lankshear who had made a superb 3rd man run picked the ball up shifted onto his right foot and finished into bottom corner. No 7 came from another Orde corner with Banjees header finding the net for his second.
Lankshear got no 8 and a well-deserved hat trick following an assist from Latter and with seconds left Wilkins went on a dangerous run from right back rode 2 heavy tackles with ref playing advantage he pulled back for Hossen on the edge of the box who beat two defenders and finished into the bottom corner.
Full time Wingate & Finchley 0-9 St Albans u18s
MOM Alex Lankshear