St Albans City Youth stun leaders Oxhey

St Albans & Harpenden Review: St Albans City Youth upset leaders Oxhey St Albans City Youth upset leaders Oxhey

St Albans City Youth Under-13s West stunned unbeaten leaders Oxhey as they thrashed them 9-2.

Kai Takahashi led the way with five goals and Matthew Nash netted four in the comprehensive win.

St Albans Under-13s West lost 5-2 to Evergreen Colts with Takahashi and Nash on target.

The Under-18s West edged to a 5-4 win over VEP Knights.

Gus Scott (2), Shay Emerton, Robbie Tominey-Nevado and Kieran Irons fired them to victory.

The Under-18s North drew 3-3 with Whetstone Jaguars. A brace from Shaquille Jones and Matt Freeman gave them a 3-0 lead before Whetstone fought back.

The Under-16s Boreal beat Hemel Hempstead Red away 4-1 in a top of the table clash. Tawanda Manenji scored the first two goals before efforts from Billy Bagge and Paolo Ditri.

In a double header against Gadeside Rangers the Under-15s South picked up a 3-2 win and a 2-2 draw. Dennie Williams scored a hat-trick in the first game before Chris Salmons and Billy Lawrence netted in the return match.

St Albans Under-15 North beat Chorleywood 2-1 in the first match and 3-0 in the second. Jacob Grisenthwaite and Lorenzo Federici scored in the opener before the pair struck alongside Jacob Bockenhauer in the second contest.

The Under-15s West lost 2-1 to champions Cassiobury Rangers despite a goal from Jake Antony.

The Under-14s East lost 5-3 at home to London Maccabi Lions with Giuseppe Basile, Sam Fisk and Ewan Brand on target.

Curtis Finch was the scorer of both goals for the Under-14s North as they beat Alexandra Park North 2-0 away.

The Under-13s North had mixed fortunes in their double header with Belmont winning 2-1 before a 2-0 defeat. Jack Hughes and Bilale Benatim scored in the victory.

The Under-12s lost 1-0 at Hemel Athletic.

St Albans Under-12s West lost 3-1 to Rickmansworth with Stefan Martin grabbing their consolation.

In the Spring Cup the Under-12s Orient won 4-1 against Hemel Town after a hat-trick from Joshua Cross and one from Peter Rock.

Thomas Cooper scored the only goal for the Under 11’s North in their 3-1 defeat against Bury Rangers.

The Under-11s South beat Barnet Azzuri 2-0 with both goals coming from Cillian Webb.

The Under-11s Orient lost 3-1 to Risden Wood despite James Fontaine's goal.

Goals from Matthew Roome and Luke Hill made sure the Under-11s West earned a point with a 2-2 draw against Ware Rangers.

The Under-11s East ran out easy 6-4 winners after goals from Richard Standing (2), Josh Killick, Muba Kiomone, Emerson Smith and Nasir Zaman.

St Albans Under-10s won 4-1 against Welwyn Pegasus in the semi-final of the Divisional Cup. Ed McJannet netted a brace while there were and singles from Jack Cullen and Luke Roberts.

The Under-10s North won 2-1 against Berkhamsted Blue with goals from Daniel Curran and Joe Flude. In their second game they lost 1-0 to Park Street.

The Under-10s East Yellow had a comfortable 6-2 win with goals from Jamie Hilton (2), Jack Hobbs (2), Nico Mohan and Alex Wildish.

The Under-10s East Blue lost 5-1 against East Herts with their only goal being scored by Finlay Killner.

St Albans Under-9s North lost 2-0 at Norseman.

The Under-9s South lost 5-2 to Potters Bar Colts despite goals from Mark Gibson and Charlie Johnson.

In the first of the fun matches there were goals from Sam Ejjayha, Harry Cooke and William Houghton in the Under-8s South’s game with Bengeo Tigers.

Playing at home in a fun match with Lemsford Youth Tigers were the Under-8s East as Joel Whitworth scored two goals.

The Under-14 Girls North lost 3-1 to Watford Wasps with Nicola Gosling netting from the penalty spot.

The Under-14 Girls South lost 3-0 to Bury Rangers.

St Albans Under-10 Girls played Watford in a fun match and there were three goals from Madeline Caffery and two from Zoe Cowan.

The Under-9 Girls took on Hitchin Belles away with Tatyana Barton scoring a brace and one from Kiera Ward.

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