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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 15th December 2019
HERTS GIRLS PARTNERSHIP
The STACY 18 Girls were at home to Bedwell Rangers Girls and at half time they are trailing 1-0 but in the second period they struck back when Melissa Trulock struck a cracking shot into the far corner for a sizzling equalizing goal to make the final score 1-1. The player of the match went to the hard-working Olivia Chrisp.
The STACY 15 Girls continue their long winning run with a 10-1 home victory over Boreham Wood 2000 Girls with no less than seven different girls getting on the score sheet. Scoring the goals were Hope Hume 2, Esme Hume 2, Siobhan O'Donnell 2, Ruby Tickner, Keira Ward, Dina Said plus one for player of the match Andrea Leonidas.
Away to Hitchin Belles White saw the STACY 14 Girls North also have great win which was their first league victory of the season and they did it in style with a 6-0 scoreline. Sarah-Jane Spears led the way with four cracking goals whilst both Ruby Peacock and Rosie Vaas scored one apiece. The player of the match went goalkeeper Abbie Bierman who on the day was just brilliant between the sticks.
The Hitchin Belles Blue got revenge for their fellow club mates the Whites when after a very close game they just pipped STACY 14 Girls South by winning 5-3. Scoring the goals for the South were Jemima Avery, Grace McMurray and Mia Simmonds who was also voted player of the match.
Away to Harpenden Colts Hawks were the STACY 13 Girls South and after a very tight game saw the South win by the only goal of the match which was scored by the player of the match Alica Moss and what scorcher it was too.
In the 2nd round of the county cup saw the STACY 12 Girls North win 3-1 in a tough match played in very muddy conditions away to Garston Ladies Jaguars but the North managed to play some nice passing football which resulted in Scarlett Robb scoring all three goals for the North and it was certainly some fine finishing from her to see them into the next round. The player of the match was awarded to Sophie Lerwill.
The STACY 11 Girls Central were at home to London Lions Ladies and they scored two goals with both Alicia Gibson and Charlotte Black scoring one each with Tegahan Atwell being named as player of the match.
Also at home were the STACY 11 GIRLS Wildcats and they were playing Harpenden Colts Tornadoes Girls and scoring goals for the lady Saints were Chloe Nuttall with 2 and Emily Gray one whilst the player of the match Abigail Ward scored one as well which was on her last match for the team before she moves to Ireland. The Wildcats opponents Tornadoes also voted her player of the match as well as she turned in great performance for the Saints, she will be sorely missed. Hope to see you Abigail when you pop back and visit us.
Playing a friendly were the STACY 10 Girls Wildcats and they were away to Harpenden Colts 10 Girls and scoring five fantastic goals was goal machine Evie Dullaghan-Stone whilst Lizzie Baylis popped up with a excellent brace. Although the ball stuck in the mud a few times the Wildcats kept plugging away and were rewarded with 7 goals. The player of the match was awarded to goalkeeper Cowan Inngosi who pulled off some fine saves during the game.
At home to Chipperfield Corinthians Girls were the STACY 9 Girls Central and also in this match as in the !0 Wildcats saw a player score 5 goals and the goalscorer here was Daisy Oaten who also took her goals well. Two other players also scored goals as well and they were Poppy Miller with two and the Central captain Liana Sprunt.
Away to Chorleywood Common Leopards Girls were the STACY 8 Girls Romans and it saw Nadeen Kelifa-Young in goal scoring form as she rattled in 5 great goals for the young lady Saints.
HERTS BOYS DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
Away to Bedwell Rangers Corinthians were the 8 South which saw Nathan Wickes score 5 goals including one which saw him run from the halfway line whilst William Downs scored a brace with Harry Hirst netting one. Finley Cullen was in excellent form down the wing whilst Oscar Thomas was like Stuart Pearce in defence.
At home to Welwyn Pegasus Cobalts were the 8 Romans and scoring a couple of goals was Dylan Jones whilst both Liam Evans and Andreas Veasey scored one goal each.
In the Green division of the HBDL saw the 9 Lions play at home to Welwyn Pegasus Cobalts and during the match it saw Matthew Denning and Benji Mellors both score a goal apiece in the first half. In the second half saw Tristan Francis add two more goals for the Lions tally.
Playing in a biting wind away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Tigers were the 9 South and their defence turned in a solid performance whilst they scored through Evan Love 2, Toby Thompson 2 and Hugo Perez-Landrove one. The man of the match was awarded to goalkeeper Zac Johnson who pulled of some fine saves during the game.
The 10 North took part in a very close game away to Bedwell Rangers Real and the man of the match was Leo Standing who was a real engine in the midfield in that he covered every blade of grass of the pitch. Junior Mitchell scored a fine hat-trick during the game and he also chipped in by setting two goals up for Nathan Payne following up this was a excellent team display.
The 11 East played at home to the 11 South with both Henry Heron and will John forcing saves from the South keeper before in the end the star player Henry Heron scored two excellent goals both of which found the bottom corner of the net, firstly the right and secondly the left corner.
Away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas were the 11 Romans and their leading scorer Ross Hayden scored an early goal whilst Nick Denyer added a second with a excellent long range strike. The Pumas keeper was in fine form in that he stopped the Romans from scoring anymore goals with some fine saves.
Having no league fixture the 9 South and the 9 Lions arranged a Christmas special friendly between themselves to round up the year in a festive style despite the icy rain. The match was played under the floodlights of Nicky B school with lots of chocolates being shared by all after the match and with each team giving three cheers to each other. Scoring goals for the 9 South was Toby Thompson 3, Evan Love 3 and Elijah Bailey one whilst scoring for the 9 Lions was Edward Beard with a fine glancing header and Benji Mellors with one.
WEST HERTS YOUTH LEAGUE
We start with the 18 West who lost 3-0 to Hemel Aces Hornets and that is all the info Tezza as, never mind in the New Year things might change.
At home to Hemel Youth White were the 18 East and by the half time they had roared into a 5-0 lead with Gowt Selvarajah opened the scoring after he had missed two glorious chances earlier with them being one-on-ones. Next up was Anton Sahota and then came Freddie Collins with a 25-yard scorcher whilst both Anton Sahota and Gowt Selvarajah added further goals before the break to make it 5-0. In the second half in which the East dominated saw Alex Kouda and Brad Sanders score one each for the East to win the match 7-0. The man of the match went to Freddie Collins whilst all we can say is VORSPRUNGDURCHTECHNIK.
The 16 South were trailing at home 1-0 to Tring Tornadoes Leopards but a penalty from Charlie Moore drew them level and then in a 15-minute spell saw the South race into a 5-1 lead with two goals from Sam Hicks and Anashe Sithole and Ryan Solly. Just before the break saw Tring pull one back and then in the second half, they scored another three for the match to end in a 5-5 draw with the South hanging on for a point. The man of the match went to Sal Basilea who dominated the midfield and made some vital tackles whilst also driving his team forward.
Away to St Albans Rangers Whites were the 15 East and after a close first half the East eventually went onto win 4-2 with man of the match George Wilson scoring two of the goals whilst Nick Berman and Samuel Boca-Mapp both scored one each to wrap the goals up.
The 14 West fought out a 1-1 draw away to Harpenden Colts Hurricanes after the score had been 0-0 at half time. The Colts took a 1-0 lead with a fine goal which was a bit harsh on the West and then Lewyn Bullock hit the post as the West tried to find that all important equalizing goal. With the clock ticking down up popped James Evans to smash home a fine equalizing effort which was his first goal for the West and for the match to finish all square at 1-1. The man of the match award was given to the whole team as they continued to play some excellent passing football throughout the game.
The 14 Orient lost 6-1 at home in division 3 of the WHYL to Croxley Green White with no more info available so that's all folks.
At home to Evergreen Youth Jaguars saw the 14 Central go down 2-1 following a tight match with Rafel Hickson scoring the Central goal whilst Ben Blessing picked up the man of the match tab.
Playing Berkhamsted Raiders Blue at home were the 13 South and despite a depleted squad they put up a battling display only for them to eventually lose 3-2. James Beasley scored the first goal for the South whilst man of the match Adam Smith got the second which put the South 2-1 up at one stage.
Well who were to take the honours in the match between the 13 Central and the 13 West well it was the Central squad with a fine convincing 4-0 victory. Scoring their goals were Sam Johnson, Elinge Mosima, Ollie Porter and Roarke Silcox with the man of the match going to the team for the Central squad. For the West their man of the match was awarded to Luca Turone.
The 13 Dragons made sure they got back to winning ways after a run of poor results with a great 5-3 away win at Croxley Green Emerald with man of the match Daniel Minihan scoring four fantastic goals with Mickey Napier scoring the fifth goal.
The 13 Arrows were certainly on target in their home Senior League Cup tie with Hemel Youth Red as they raced away to win
7-2. Scoring the Arrows goals were two for the man of the match Ollie Denyer and then two for Joe Clinton and also two for Fin Murphy whilst Alfie Wollington popped up with the seventh and final goal for the dynamic Arrows.
In a division 3 WHYL fixture saw the 12 Centurions score four fine goals with all of them being scored by Jayden Wright in their home match with Chesham United but it was the visitors who took all the points by scoring 6 themselves to win the match 6-4.
Away to Hemel Aces Tigers saw the 12 Orient keep them caged in their half of the pitch as the Orient hit five fine goals to win the match 5-1. Scoring the goals for Orient were Alfie Long with a neat brace whilst Josh Kane, Michael Wadsworth and Adam Lorman all hit one apiece. The man of the match went to left wing back Nikolai Cherniev.
WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE
The 14 South were away to Omonia Youth Gold and following a very close and tight match saw them lose eventually 4-3.
The 12 Victoria were playing away to Highgate & Muswell Hill Wolves and after a very tight match saw the Wolves sneak the points with a 1-0 victory. The man of the match for Victoria was awarded to the hard-working defender Zach Evans.
Playing London Colney Colts Blue at home were the 11 West and man of the match Jack Johnson scored two great goals for the West whilst Kyle Lloyd popped up with one. Also, for the West saw goalkeeper Harvey Ryan have a excellent match between the sticks.
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