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City Youth Match Reports w/e 20th September 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 20th September 2020




We start with the STACY Girls 18's and they were at home to Colebrook Girls and the lady Saints won 4-1 with two goals from Emma Judd, one from Bora Cela and plus one goal from player of the match Laura Gifford whose tough tackling in midfield sees her win the ball and then with her excellent vision starts the attacks has she plays the ball out quickly.

Meanwhile the STACY Girls 16's North had very luck in their match with Harpenden as they eventually lost 3-2 despite hitting the woodwork five times! Kiera Ward hit the post twice whilst Esme Hume rattled the crossbar a couple of times with Andrea Leonidas also hitting the post as well.  Scoring the goals for the North were Kiera Ward, and Esme Hume.

The STACY 15 Girls 15's South lost 4-1 against a strong Potters Bar United team with Maisie Humphreys scoring the only goal for the South with Miranda Wares being named player of the match.

The STACY Girls 13's Wildcats really got their claws out as they beat Hitchin Belles at home 5-0 with Reese Anscomb scoring two of the goals. Also getting on the scoresheet were Ellie Ratcliffe, Poppy Williams-Leung and player of the match Elsa McGaughey who is a very skilful midfielder and she is also strong going forwards.

Playing Berkhamsted Raiders were the Stacy Girls 12's North and despite the North Girls scoring three fine goals they eventually lost 5-3 following a real end to end match.

Scoring the goals were Roxie Kosh, Sophie McMahon, and Rachel Kincaid whilst winger Shea Fagan was named player of the match. 

In their friendly with Watford Girls saw the STACY Girls 11's Central ruthless on the counterattack and they scored three goals and scoring these were Demi Hall, Sacha Davies and Jasmine Mercer with defender Jessica Reeve being named player of the match.

The previous week saw the STACY Girls 11's Central host Harpenden Girls Jaguars and trailing a new system/formation saw the Girls take a bit of time to find their feet but they soon got going and scored a few goals with player of the match Alexa Johnson scoring a hat-trick who caused havoc on both wings whilst Demi Hall scored a neat brace. Making a welcome return was Alice Taylor who is competing well now coming back from her broken foot.

The STACY Girls 10's Romans played London Development Girls with Orla Henry scoring three goals, Annabel Latham two plus singles from Lucy Carter, Rose Sharman, and Izzy Marriott.

Playing Potters Bar Crusaders away were the STACY Girls 10 Central and at half time they led 2-0 with two goals from Daisy Oaten whilst Nell McKinstry added another goal in the second period. There were great saves from Megan Cohen and Evie Larkins who took it in turns playing in goal. Player of the match went to Elizabeth Ramage for her effort and creating opportunities for others and whilst doing this she was very unlucky not to score herself with a fine shot that went very close.

There were goals from Grace Fergie 2, Ellie Roberts, Olivia Williams, and Amelia Foils for the STACY Girls 9 Romans in their friendly game with Chorleywood Leopards whilst Eva Kitson won the player of the match award.

In a mini tournament saw the STACY Girls 9's Central lose firstly 2-0 to Meninas Girls 10's whilst in the second game saw them win 2-1 against Wormley's 10's with goals from Jessica Kutcher and Jasmine Noorian who was also was voted player of tournament for the 9's Central.



Away to Whetstone Jaguars in round one of the league cup saw the Under 18's South go down 4-1 with William Brown scoring their only goal whilst centre back Seb Pound was named man of the match.

At home to Enfield Rangers also in round one of the league cup were the Under 18's Central and they won 5-1 with Josh Penning scoring a glorious three goals. The other two goals were scored by Matt Roome and a wonderful volley from man of the match Jon Hargreaves. The Central side dominated the midfield and the assists for the goals saw Calum Cornish have two with him being ably assisted with John McVeigh, Robbie Ferguson and Jon Hargreaves also getting on with an assist each.

Away to AFC Southgate in the Blue Division saw the Under 18's East pick up three points with a 1-0 victory but alas no one decided to send any info to Tezza. Not a very happy person is Tezza at the moment.

In the Red Division of the WFL saw the Under 15's South defeat Enfield Town at home by five goals to two with the man of the match Cameron Choudhury scoring four fantastic goals whilst Liam Lavin netted the fifth goal. 

The Under 14's Orient who were at home to a strong Harvesters North team found themselves 2-0 down at half time but in the second period saw Orient fight back to earn a

 2-2 draw with goals from Tijan Gerber and man of the match Luca Lepley who was a real star at both ends of the pitch. 

In the Blue Division saw the Under 14's Spartans lose 5-2 at home to AC Finchley North with the visitors scoring a few goals in the last six minutes to take the points. Man, of the match Isam Jamil scored the first goal for the Spartans whilst Dewayne Mitchell scored their second goal.

The Under 13's Victoria lost their first league of the season with a 6-0 home defeat against London Colney Colts Blue but the young Saints could only field ten fit players due to other players not being available and the hard working Connor Sumner was named man of the match.

In the Red Division saw the Under 12's West play Harvesters North at home and this was a closely fought game with the result finally ending 2-2 with goals from Conor Dwyer and Harvey McKessick with Edward Cullum picking up the man of the match award.

The Under 12's East played against Enfield Town in the White Division and at half time the East had fought hard to keep the score at 0-0 but in the second period saw them have a short lapse in defensive formation which let Enfield through and score a shower of five goals in 25 minutes to win the match 5-0. Thomas Leach for the East did well in the midfield whilst Leo Hooper-Walter had a couple of well-aimed free kicks saved by the Enfield keeper to deny him a well-deserved goal. Seth Coetzee put in a stunning performance in goal and pulled off numerous saves to earn him the man of the match title.

The Under 9's North in the Camelot league of the WFL played APB Barnet Rams at home and following a fantastic attacking display saw goals from Brayden Edwards 2, Oscar Howlett 2, Victor Bross, Issac Stirrat and Edward Bailey. They were well supported by Henry Neville, Baxter Collingridge and Harry Talbot. 



In the first 15 minutes of the match between the Under 15's Orient and Evergreen Jackals saw Evergreen take a 2-0 lead but Orient hit back with a goal from Stanley White to go in at the break 2-1 down. In the second period a penalty from Jensen Dean pulled them back to 2-2 and then Captain Matthew Penfold hit the winning goal for Orient to win 3-2 after an excellent comeback.

The Under 15's West lost 5-1 at home to Sun Sports with Charlie Clark scoring the consolation goal with a penalty kick after he had won the spot kick himself and Isaac Templeton was named man of the match after giving a solid performance in the midfield.

Away to Harpenden Pumas saw the Under 14's South have a comfortable 4-2 win with two goals from Owen Weaver and two goals from Ben Turnbull as well. There was a joint man of the match and it went to Josh Smith and Braydon Channer for their heroics in goal as the usual keeper was unable to play.

The Under 13's Central played Herons and after a very tight game saw them win 4-3 with goals from Roarke Silcox, Jack Reeves, Dean Bladon plus one from man of the match Josh White.

The Under 12's Romans playing Chesham United Youth scored three goals through Theo Turley 2 and one from Ross Hayden, but this proved not to be enough as they eventually went down 8-3.