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Robinson hat-trick fires Harvesters to Whetstone win
12:10pm Wednesday 13th February 2013 in Sport
A William Robinson hat-trick sent Harvesters Under-9s North to a 5-0 away win at Whetstone Lions in the cup on Sunday.
The team coped well in soggy conditions and goals from Joe Ashton and Ryan O’ Sullivan helped Harvesters record the emphatic scoreline.
Amalie Newman-Booth and Eve Shaw scored braces in Harvesters Under-11s Girls’ 6-2 victory over Bury Rangers.
Neat, passing football was played by Harvesters as Emily Giovanni and Rachel Dodd also scored in a game that doubled up on the 3-1 advantage secured in a confident first-half display.
Ade Oyefusi’s man-of-the-match display for Harvesters Under-11s South was not enough to prevent his team going down 4-1 to Bushey & Oxhey Bears in the league. Harry Ruane grabbed the only goal for the losing side.
Harvesters Under-12s Girls’ team succumbed to a 2-0 defeat against a strong Enfield Town side in the League Cup quarter-final with Sabrina Spring producing an impressive individual performance.
A hat-trick of hat-tricks were scored by Harvesters Under-12s North as they routed Edmonton Rangers Jaguars 12-0 in the Second Round of the League Cup.
Finbar King, Amir Berchill and Louie Roberts were left to fight for the match ball and two goals from William Brothwood, plus George O’Connor’s effort, contributed to an impressive result.
Maya Yapp excelled for Harvesters Under-13s Girls in a 6-1 win over Berkhamsted.
Player-of-the-match Yapp and Julia Draper grabbed a brace apiece with Bolu Fisher and Rebecca McShane also converting in a game Harvesters were always in control of, gelling particularly well in the final quarter of the game.
A four-goal second half display put pay to St Albans City’s challenge on Saturday as Harvesters Under-14s Girls romped to a 5-0 win.
Star player Molly Rogan, scored twice and Olivia Syson, Megan Samuel and Robyn Reardon were also on target on a pleasing day for the team.
Liam Kirby put in a man-of-the-match performance for Harvesters Under-16s South as they were thrashed 6-0 by Everett Rovers thanks, in part, to a particularly strong second half performance from Rovers.
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