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Harvesters ease to cup win over Borehamwood
12:20pm Friday 21st December 2012 in Sport
Harvesters Under-9s North won at home in the Challenge Cup 13-0 against Borehamwood 2000 White.
The goal-fest was led by man-of-the-match Will Robinson scoring six. The other goalscorers were Ryan O'Sullivan, Joe Ashton, Alex Samsami, Adam Nash, Keiran Gautier, Jack de Groot and an own goal.
The Under-10 North beat Aldenham Athletic 6-1 in the league with efforts from Josh Forster (2), Jack McShane (2) and singles from Tom Platts and Alfie Bigg.
A hat-trick from Benny Stacey couldn't rescue the Under-10s East who suffered a rare loss going down 6-3 to AC Finchley North.
Harvesters Under-11s North had a great 3-2 away win against Belmont with Edward Cleaver, Reece Sandiford Cam and captain Sam Mistry hitting the goals.
The Under-11s South left themselves too much to do as they trailed 6-0 to Borehamwood 2000 at half-time.
Goals from Ade Oyefusi (2), Shai Coombs and Harry Ruane gave hope but the match finished 7-4. Luke Findlay was man-of-the-match.
A superb all-round team performance from Harvesters Under-12s North saw them overcome London Maccabi Lions 2-0 with second-half goals from man-of-the-match Harry Sprowson.
Harvesters Under-12s South conceded with the last kick of the game for a 2-2 draw. Alex Banathy and Tejas Mauree were the scorers with Taylor Jeggo the star player.
Unlucky not to come away with at least a point, the Under-12s East lost 3-2 away to Maccabi Lions Blue. George Beach and Harry Warmsley were on target for Harvesters and Joe Oliver was the man-of-the-match for an outstanding display of goalkeeping. The Under-16 North bowed out of the County Cup at the fourth round stage in a hard-fought 4-3 defeat to Bishop Stortford.
Jabob Trigg netted a hat-trick but could not prevent a cup exit.
Harvesters Under-18 North progressed to the quarter-finals of the County Cup with a thrilling 4-2 victory over Ware FC Academy.
An outstanding team performance was rewarded with two goals each for Jack Nevin and James Bird. Man-of-the-match was Ben Appleyard.