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St Albans City Youth held by Chorleywood Lions
11:30am Thursday 6th February 2014 in Sport
St Albans City Youth Under-18s had to settle for a 4-4 draw with Chorleywood Lions despite leading 3-1.
The Under-18s West surged in front at half-time thanks to goals from Robbie Tominey-Nevado, Carmine Chase and Ollie Innes. However the team were pegged back in the second half with Jack Kellard scoring their fourth on a very boggy pitch.
In the quarter final of the League Cup, the Under-16s West played at home to Garston and despite some good performances from Max Bull, Sam Naief and Keanu Floyd went down 5-1. The scorer for the Saints was Naief.
The Under-15s North did not let the wind and rain deter them in their home game with Comet White Tigers as they stormed to a tremendous 16-1 victory. Joint man-of-the-match Lorenzo Federici grabbed five goals while the other star performer, Stephen Heather, netted two.
The other scorers were Charlie Bennett (2), Charlie Lunniss (2), Amir Stapleton (2), Shilloh Wallace, Morgan Trotman and one for keeper Will Moroney who decided to get in on the action with the final goal.
St Albans Under-15s Orient scored three goals in their home match with Harpenden Colts Cobras but still finished on the wrong end of a 7-3 scoreline.
Oscar Rutherford-Hughes netted a brace and Isaac Keely also scored while Jade Mlodecki was the pick of their team.
The Under-12s North got back to winning ways as they beat Tring Tornadoes Red 10-0 away in the Challenge Cup Quarter Final.
Man-of-the-match Ryan Orde, who ran the midfield, scored three goals as did Finn Murphy.
The other efforts came from the excellent Cian Cribbin with two and singles from George Sippetts, Sam Hicks and Hector Almela-Lozano.
In the Mid Herts Divisional Cup the Under-10s Central played away to Lemsford Scorpions and after a very tight match lost 1-0 despite their best endeavours to score an equaliser.
Both Ben Wick and Benjamin Maher had efforts on goal which came very close. Elliot Pate had a decent game in defence.
The Under-14 Girls South felt the sting of Watford Wasps when they went down 6-2 after a very close first half.
The player of the match for the South was Lauryn Edwell whilst their goals came from Aimee Smith and Abbie Smith.
St Albans Under-13 Girls South were at home to last season's league champions Kinja Rockets and they were beaten 8-3.
Lauren Walker, Kate Hennessy and Lauren Standing found the net for the hosts.
The Under-13 Girls Futsal just had the edge in what proved to be a thrilling 7-6 win over Hitchin Belles Whites.
At one time the Saints were leading 6-2 but they had to wait until the last minute when Grainne Kellett struck the winning goal.
Millie Guest, Phoebe Skinner, Lauren Standing, Molly Johnson, Charlotte Banks and Fiona Kidd were also on target during the victory.
St Albans Under-12 Girls also played Hitchin Belles in a Futsal match and they stormed to 14-3 win.
Hannah Coote, Catriona London, Melissa Trulock, Lauren Walker, Mollie Woodland, Mariona Horne-Batet and Erin Johnson all scored in the rout.
Goalkeeper Emily Sibley produced a superb performance for the victors.
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