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Harpenden Colts reach youth league final
12:20pm Friday 11th April 2014 in Sport
Harpenden Colts Under-13 Cougars booked their place in the West Herts Youth League final after defeating Watford Town Youth 3-0.
Ben Gittins, Perry Hindle and Marcus Bolton were all on target in the victory with Michael Thomas named man-of-the-match.
The Under-13 Pumas drew 1-1 against Croxley Guild Hawks, the Under-13 Panthers defeated Sun Postal White 3-2 while the Under-13 Jaguars were beaten 3-2 by Kings Langley.
There was a 4-0 victory for the Under-12 Blacks against FC66 and the Blues won 4-2 against Hemel Town Youth Red.
The Under-11 Eagles overcame Berkhamsted Raiders Red 4-2 thanks to goals from Jacob Jones (2), James Mason and Josh Codling.
Alfie Hazell struck for the Under-11 Falcons in their 1-0 win against Watford Sports White and the second game between the two sides ended 3-2 to Harpenden with Guy Muncer (2) and Joe Edney on the scoresheet.
It was a disappointing afternoon for the Under-11 Tornadoes who lost 4-0 to Watford Youth Red. The Under-11 Magpies were beaten 3-0 by Park Street Village Blues.
The Under-10 Leopards overcame Nazeing Youth 7-1. Scorers were Lewis Poulter (3), Stanley Scott, Raffy Platt, Cameron Smith and Jamie Kelsey Josh Humbles and Joseph Seymour were on target for the Under-10 Jaguars, who played out a 2-2 draw with St Margaretsbury. The Under-10 Tigers lost 4-3 to Wormley Rovers Blacks.
The Under-10 Dragons beat Elite Feet Lions 1-0 and the Under-10 Panthers lost 5-1 to Bengeo Tigers.
It was a successful weekend for Harpenden Colts’ Under-10s as all four of the club’s sides made it through to cup finals.
In the Red Divisional Cup, a goal from Alex Moffat secured a 1-0 win for the Tigers against Wodson Park. The Leopards overcame Welwyn Pegasus Skys 2-1 thanks to a brace from Jamie Kelsey and will face the Panthers in the Green Divisional Cup final.
The Panthers booked their spot by beating Woodside Youth 2-1 in extra-time. Harry Fleming and Theo Clark both struck to secure the win.
The Under-10 Pumas reached the Yellow Divisional Cup final after defeating Watton Youth 5-3 on penalties.
The age group’s good form continued in league action as the Jaguars won 5-1 against Welwyn Pegasus Sapphires.
Thomas Wightman, Oliver Connolly and Ben Petevinos (3) were the scorers.
Matthew Kurr netted for the Under-10 Dragons who beat Broxbourne VV&E Royals 1-0.
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