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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 2th May 2021
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In Group C of the HGFPL saw the STACY GIRLS Under 15's South play away to Hitchin Belles Blues and at half time saw them take a 2-0 lead with goals from Mia Simmonds and Caitlin Holton whilst Maisie Humphreys added another goal in the second period for the South to finally win 3-0. The player of the match went to the wing wizard down the left Ellie Langton.
Also winning 3-0 were the STACY GIRLS Under 15's North in their Group F match at home to Harpenden Colts Jaguars with Abbie Bierman scoring two goals whilst Sarah Jane-Spears added the third goal. The player of the match for the North went to the central defender Bella Cowan.
The STACY GIRLS Under 14's South were at home to Stevenage Starlets Navy in Group E and although the visitors took the lead on 15 minutes the Lady Saints struck back quickly with an equalising goal from Deenah Khan, but Stevenage struck again just before half time to take a 2-1 lead. In the second period the visitors took control and scored another five goals to runout 7-1 winners.
In Group A of the HGFPL saw the STACY GIRLS Under 13's North play a double header against the top of the table team Watford Ladies Hornets and they lost that one 4-1 whilst the second match ended in a creditable 1-1 draw. Scoring in the first game was Rebecca Smith who hit a cracking strike from the edge of the box on the half volley and as they say she really struck the ball through the laces. In the second match Esme Dickinson scored the goal to earn a point for the North with the team giving a real battling performance with Emma Bracey standing out with a real solid performance in defence.
Also playing a double header were the STACY GIRLS Under 13's Wildcats and their opponents were Berkhamsted Raiders Girls Red and they also lost the first game with score being 1-0 whilst in the second match saw the Wildcats earn a 1-1 draw with player of the match Elsa McGaughey scoring a fine equalising goal.
The STACY GIRLS Under 12's Central won 2-1 in Group C at home to Hitchin Belles Blues Girls with a goal apiece from Lauren Viney and Jennifer Rimmer.
In Group D saw the STACY GIRLS Under 12's Wildcats just edge a 6-4 victory in an exciting real end to end match at home to Broxbourne United Poppies with goals from Chloe Nuttall 2, Maya Till 2, Emily Clarke and Darcie Shipton. Player of the match went to keeper Zara Stanley who made some top class saves during the game.
Playing at home to Garston Ladies Juniors Tigers in Group H saw the STACY GIRLS Under 12's North really keep the Tigers in their cage as the Under 12's North girls romped to a 12-1 victory. There were three goals in the first ten minutes of the match as they surged to a 5-0 lead at half time, but more was to follow in the second period as they raced to a record 12-1 victory. Leading the goalscorers was Rachel Kincaid with four clinical strikes whilst Roxie Kosh got a hat-trick and Shea Fagan with two. The other goals were scored by Verity Lobina, Ava Cowie and Jacey Dyett and there was no overall player of the match following this impressive team performance, as they say we certainly nailed this one.
Jasmine Mercer and Aasha Barker scored a goal apiece for the STACY GIRLS Under 11's Central in their away match at Ruislip Rangers Clarets in the Pink division of the HGFPL.
The STACY GIRLS Under 11's Wildcats were at home in the Purple division to Bury Rangers Girls and following a fine performance from everyone one of the girls with some excellent passing and moving and control of the ball saw goals from Emily Dormer with a neat brace whilst both Ava Holland and Evie Dullaghan-Stone scored one apiece. The player of the match went to the bubbly defender Asha Pisharody whilst the Bury Rangers keeper had a brilliant game between the sticks.
The STACY GIRLS Under 10's Romans were away to the STACY GIRLS Under 10's Central and it was a real end to end game and it finished with honours even with a 3-3 draw. Izzy Marriott for Romans opened the scoring with a typically tricky jinked run with a calm finish. Nell McKinstry scored the equaliser for the Central with a fine high shot to level the scores at 1-1. The Romans took a 2-1 lead with a thunderous shot from her right foot into the top corner by Lucy Carter and then Central hit back to take a 3-2 lead with two more goals from Nell McKinstry to complete her hat-trick, but parity was secured when Izzy Marriott scored another goal to take her tally to two and the final score to 3-3. The match was played at sunny Greenwood Park. Players who played well were Orla Henry, Eden Boswell, Lirel Macey and Helena Armoogum who gave a great performance in goal making several vital saves. Sophia Neil played brilliantly in defence as did Elizabeth Ramage.
At home to Bury Rangers Youth Girls in the Pink division were the STACY GIRLS Under 9's Romans and they took part in a closely fought match with Ellie Roberts scoring a fine hat-trick plus singles from Grace Fergie, Nadeen Keilfa-Young and Emily Watts who was also player of the match with her excellent passing and a brilliant game played on the wing.
The STACY GIRLS Under 9's Wildcats were at home to Ware Youth Girls in a Purple division fixture with Edie Lanchbery scoring a fine goal for the Wildcats in this very close match.
Playing a friendly match were the STACY GIRLS Under 9's Central and their opponents were Academy SFC 10 and scoring goals for the Central team were Jessica Kutcher, Evie Rosenheim and Isabella Batchellor with goalkeeper Sila Catley being named player of the match.
Away to Garston Ladies Junior Leopards in the Pink division saw the STACY GIRLS Under 8's North turn it on and score a few goals with both Jessica Barrett and Anna Dibbs scoring three goals each whilst Sophia Neville netted a single.
In the Pink division of the HGFPL saw the STACY GIRLS Under 8's Orient play away to Berkhamsted Raiders White Girls and scoring some goals for the young Lady saints were Rosie Harris with three and then came Phoebe Allen, Josie Henriksen, Grace Taylor and Mia Pisharody who was also player of the match with one goal apiece.
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The Under 18's Orient who were away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Sharks in division two saw them draw 1-1 after coming back from a goal down in the second period with Kieran Clarke scoring a fine equalising goal from ten yards.
At home to Abbots Youth Yellow were the Under 18's East and at half time the score was 0-0 but early into the second half saw the visitors take the lead but Brad Sanders quickly equalised in this niggly tetchy affair. A brilliant strike from Jarl Quesada-Thorn put the East 2-1 up and then further goals from Myles Donkin and Gowthaman Selvarajah saw the East go on to win 4-1 to go top of division three.
In division four of the WHYL saw the Under 17's South take on Croxley Green Emerald at home and after a close and tight match saw the South eventually win 4-3 with Owen Wiseman scoring two goals whilst both Ryan Solly and Anashe Sithole both scored one apiece.
Trailing 1-0 at half time away to Harpenden Colts Storm were the Under 16's South and although they scored an equaliser in the second period Harpenden scored another goal to take all the points in division one to win the game 2-1. The goalscorer for the South was Adam Savvides.
Also playing away were the Under 16's West and their opponents were Kings Langley Blue and the young Saints won 3-2 in a division four match after the score had been all square at the break at 1-1. Scoring for the West was Finn Geoghegan with a fine brace of goals whilst Dylan Laird popped up with one.
In division three of the WHYL were the Under 15's Orient and they were at home to Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas and by the final whistle the Orient had scored eight goals to win 8-1. Scoring all these were Matthew Penfold with four, Jensen Dean with a hat-trick and Declan Wilkinson with one.
The Under 15's Central also had a good win as they beat Berkhamsted Raiders Yellow at home in division four 8-0 after they had led 3-0 at the break. There were different goalscorers and they were Aaron Lota with three, Oliver Taylor with two and Rafael Hickson also with two plus Ben Blessing with one.
The Under 14's South lost only their second game in division one this season as they went down 4-1 at home to Watford Youth Sports after they had 1-0 up early in the first half with a goal from Ethan Howard. Watford scored an equaliser to make it 1-1 at the break but a lacklustre display in the second half saw them collapse to a 4-1 defeat. The man of the match went to Adam Smith who was playing his first game in five months after making his return from injury.
The Under 14's Arrows lost 6-0 away to Nascot Wood Rangers in division two.
In division three saw the Under 14's Central play at away to the Under 14's West and it was a great game with the West just nipping it by winning it by three goals to two. Scoring the goals for Central was their man of the match Roarke Silcox with a fine brace whilst for the West it was Charlie Rose with two one of which was a terrific free kick from the edge of the box whilst Harry Gaines with one. The man of the match for the West went to Luca Turone with the West now leading the table on 36 points which is 10 more than second place Hemel Hempstead Town White and 13 more of third place Under 14's Central.
The Under 14's Dragons maintained their five-point lead at the top of division five with a 4-0 home win over Croxley Green Yellow after they had led 3-0 at the break. Two goals from Daniel Minihan in the first five minutes but they then took their foot off the gas and had to wait just before the break before Daniel Minihan added a third goal to complete his hat-trick. In the second period Harry Barnes hit a left foot screamer into the top corner from his new midfield position to complete the scoring. The opponent’s keeper had an excellent game in that he kept the scoreline down whilst the Dragons keeper Austin Kennedy was named man of the match for being there to make vital saves when called upon.
The Under 13's Orient played a double header against Hemel Hempstead Town White in division three of the WHYL and they won both games with the score being 1-0 in the first match and 2-0 in the second game. In the first match saw Alfie Long score the only goal whilst in the second match it was Oscar Pawley(penalty) and Samuel Philpot who scored the goals with assists from Vincenzo and Di Girgenti, Nikolai Cherniaev and Samuel Philpot with Brody Unitt a big strong centre back being named as man of the match.
In midweek the Under 13's Orient were away to Hemel Hempstead Town Yellow and at half saw them lead 2-1 but in the second period they went goal crazy to score another eight goals to win the match finally 10-1. Leading the goalscorers was Oscar Pawley with four goals in the space of ten minutes whilst Samuel Philpot hit a glorious hat-trick in six minutes whilst Morgan Francis got two and Michael Wadsworth netted one to round-up the scoring.
In division five saw the Under 13's South win 2-1 away to Berkhamsted Raiders Black with two goals from Ciaran Ryan.
The Under 13's West beat Oxhey Jets Youth 2-1 at home in division six with Evan Reid scoring a goal in the first half whilst Nick Evershed netted one in the second period.
Here we go with the naughty boys, the Under 12 's Central lost 8-2 away to Berkhamsted Raiders Blues in division three, the Under 12's Orient lost 4-1 away to Hemel Hempstead Town Yellow in division five whilst the Under 12's Victoria went down 9-2 to Hemel Aces Pumas in division seven after the scoreline had been 4-1 at the break.
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Now to the good boys, The Under 12's Romans in division four of the WHYL played Cassiobury Rangers Blues away and the young Saints finally lost 4-2 following a very tight and close match with the Romans battling away in the second half and finishing the stronger side but alas that ball just would not go into the back of the net to force a draw. Scoring for the Romans were Theo Turley and Elliot Campbell with a couple of fine strikes in the first half with Elliot Campbell's goal being a cracking low free kick.
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