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St Albans City Youth FC - Match Reports w/e 9th April 2017
St Albans City Youth - Boys
The 18 West WFL who were at home to St. Gregorys Utd Jaguars in Group A of the Spring Cup and after leading 1-0 at half time the West gradually went on to win 3-1. Hassan Ozgul scored two of the goals whilst their was one from Louis Williams and Ben Pattison was named MOM.
The 18 East WFL are in the final of the Spring Shield after they beat Hinton & Finchley Revolutions 5-2 with two goals from MOM Ewan Brand and two goals also from Cain Joseph plus one from Charlie Tillbrook.
A real top of the table clash saw 18 WHYL play Evergreen at home and after a good 90 minutes of football saw the match finally finish 0-0. The West are now 2 points clear at the top of Division 3 with two matches to play.
Also reaching a cup final are the 16 South with a 2-1 win against Abbots Youth in the semi-final of the Spring Cup with Finbar King scoring both of the goals whilst Max Bell picked up the MOM award.
Playing away to Kings Langley Hawks were the 16 North and they had a sound 7-0 victory with Jack Hughes leading the goalscorers with a great hat-trick. The other scorers were Matt Breeze with 2 plus singles from Harry Watts and Dominic Dee.
In the Group 4 of the WHYL Spring Cup saw the 14 Central play Aston Clinton Colts away and they returned with a convincing 8-1 win. On a hard bumpy pitch the Central team took a bit of time to get going and only lead 2-0 at half time but in the second period they really got going to score another six goals and to go on to win easily. Three players scored a brace of goals each and they were Daniel Williams, Matt Roome and Calum Cornish whilst Jack Percy and Jonathan Hargreaves netted one one apiece to round-up the scoresheet. The MOM went Louis Johnston.
The 13 North fought out an exciting 4-4 draw away to Enfield Rangers with Louis Sampson scoring two of the goals whilst both Matthew Radelat and Daniel Curran scored netted the other two goals. The MOM was won by Charlie Parks.
There was a 3-1 win for the ten men of the 13 East Blue(due to the Easter half term) when they beat Omonia Green and scoring the goals were Daniel Gant with two and one from Will Austen.
The 13 East Yellow lost 5-1 away to Everett Rovers with Mohamed Moutiq scoring their consolation goal.
Tom Randall scored the only goal for the 13 Boreal as they went down 2-1 against Bushey and Oxhey.
In the semi-final of the Challenge Cup saw the 12 North lose 2-1 after a very tight game against Whetstone with Harrison Shaw scoring a equalising goal for the North but Whetstone popped up with a very late winner on a quick break.
Matthew Martin scored both of the 12 South goals in their 8-2 defeat by London Maccabi Blues.
The 11 Victoria moved into the final of the League Cup after their second leg 2-0 win over Bovingdon Thunder which saw them cruise through to the final with an aggregate score of 5-2. Their was a goal in each half from MOM Kayan Joseph.
In the 11 West match with Cheshunt Youth saw MOM Max Leach score a hat-trick whilst there was also a goal from Conner El-Holou plus two assists..
Also scoring a hat-trick was Oli Taylor for the 11 Central in home match with Hertford Heath whilst there were further goals from Angus Twidell 2, Tarron Tank, Jack Bromwich plus one from MOM Charl Mason.
At home to Bury Stripes were the 11 Boreal and after a very entertaining match saw goals from Carlos Johnson 2, Freddy Penford 2, Charlie Gunthardt, Harry Muir and Luke Tunnicliffe. The MOM went to Carlos Johnson for his goal and contribution to the game after being out injured for the last 6 weeks.
The 10 Orient playing Harpenden Colts at home saw a very exciting and close match with Antonio Desiderio and Bertie Postema both scoring with a scorcher apiece and then Dean Bladon finished off a great team move. The MOM went to goalkeeper Harry Gaines.
The 10 Spartans played Frontiers Youth Cougars in the Blue Section of the Mid Herts Rural Minors and their were goals for the Spartans from Seth Prigmore and Zevik Cowell.
At home to Stevenage Rapids were the 10 Arrows in a Red Section friendly match and scoring for the Arrows were MOM Arthur McLaughlin with two and also scoring two was Sam Estell whilst Alfie Wollington netted the final goal for the Arrows.
There was derby match between the 10 East and the 10 South and it was a real end to end game with Will Antcliffe scoring for the East and Tom 'TJ' Jennings being named MOM for them.Scoring a goal for the South was Steven Jacobs whilst Asa Stewart-Harris picked up there MOM award.
In a very closely even match between the 10 Dragons and the Lemsford Leopards saw goals from Ayaan Hussain which was is first for the season and a clinical finish from the penalty spot from Michael Napier. Harry Barnes picked the MOM with his best performance of the season in midfield.
Imad Syed scored a glorious hat-trick in the brilliant sunshine for the 10 Romans in their friendly match with the Hertford Lions in a Maroon Section of the Mid Herts Rural Minors.
The 10 Saxons were away to Wheathampstead Wanderers Pumas also in a Maroon friendly fixture and scoring goals for the Saxons were Jasper Button and Jacob Dear.
The 9 East played Potters Bar Raiders at home in a Indigo friendly match and scoring a goal for the East was Anton Riddell with William Dorey picking up the MOM title.
The goals for the 9 Orient in their Purple Section friendly game against Welwyn Garden City Youth Hurricanes were Otto Meech, Theo Hancock, Adam Lorman and Brody Unitt.
The 9 South had a friendly game in the Yellow Section of the Mid Herts Rural Minors against Welwyn Tornadoes and both Finn Wilson and Micah Onwuemema got on the scoresheet. The MOM went Finn Wilson.
Kaden Rajkumar scored a goal for the 9 North in their Indigo Section friendly game with Hertford which saw Chris Datubo being named MOM.
The 8 East played at home to Potters Bar Crusaders in a Red Section friendly game and the squad was Toby Veitch, Nikhil Jagota, Will John, Harry Murphy. David Spears, Ricardo Roberts and Leo Hooper-Walter. getting on the scoresheet were Toby Veitch, David Spears and one from the Star player Leo Hooper-Walter.
The 18 Girls finished off their league season in style with an emphatic 11-2 victory against Bishops Stortford with POM Emily Schofield scoring five glorious goals. Also scoring five goals with some deadly finishing was Danielle Tyler whilst Shauna Smith rounded up a awesome season for the 18 Girls.
Away to Bishops Stortford were the 16 Girls South and after a closely contested first half which saw the South very unlucky not to be winning at the break. The second half was a different story with the City girls switching off and Bishops Stortford scored four goals to go on and win 4-0.
The 15 Girls won 1-0 against Bedwell Rangers with Hannah McCorkindale scoring the only goal of the match whilst there was a Joint POM and they were Hayley Trounce and Claudia Scrimgeour.
With this 13-0 home win over Herts Girls saw the 14 Girls move to top spot in the league table of the Herts Girls Partnership. There were seven different goalscorers and they are as follows, POM Sophie Veal 4, Mia Pinkham 2, Mathilda Friburgh 2, Sam Farrer, Laura Gifford, Katie Holder and Grace Baker-Roberts.
The 12 Girls North won 4-2 against Kinja with a fantastic hat-trick from POM Esme Hume plus one from Saska Woodward.
Away to Chorleywood saw the 12 Girls South win 2-1 with Rosie Littlechild and Jamie Curtain scoring the goals to give them the three points. There was a Joint POM and it went to Natalie Soll and Faine Harper.
In the away match with Bury Rangers saw Purdy Brooks score a fine hat-trick of goals for the 10 Girls South.after some excellent build-up play.
The 9 Girls Central played some lovely football in their away game at Garston Jaguars and there were goals and action at both ends. Scoring goals for the 9 Girls Central team Mia Di Trolio, Izzy Scully and Player of the Match Maya Deans. Pick of the keepers today was Alicia Gibson.