Harpenden Leopards make cup progress

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Harpenden Leopards are through to the Green Division Cup last-eight Harpenden Leopards are through to the Green Division Cup last-eight

Harpenden Under-10 Leopards progressed into the Green Division ORC Cup quarter-finals, beating Nazeing Youth 5-2.

In the Orange Division ORC Cup, Under-10 Jaguars were knocked out on penalties after a terrific 3-3 thriller.

Oliver Connolly scored twice for the Jaguars and Thomas Martin was also on target.

Man of the match was Thomas Martin.

The Under-10 Pumas ran out easy winners against King George Pythons, winning 4-1 in the Yellow Division ORC Cup.

Jay McCarney-Redford grabbed two goals while Samuel King and Mackie Ward added one each. Man of the match was Christian Davey.

In the league, Harpenden Colts Lions lost 2-1 to Welwyn Pegasus.

The Colts goal was scored by Ronnie Andrews and man of the match was Reece Lambert.

The Under-10 Tigers registered an emphatic 12-0 win over Bush Hill Rangers. Alex Moffatt bagged four goals, Charlie Leach claimed a hat-trick, there were two goals each for Joseph Collins and Sam Dunn while Daniel Bentham added one more.

The Under-11 girls continued their winning ways against Denham Pumas with a 6-1 win.

Mia Pinkham scored four while Serena Sale and Grace Thorpe added one each. Player of the match was Zayba Barker Jones.

Watched by former Watford defender and manager Malky Mackay, the Under-11 Eagles enjoyed a resounding 14-1 win in heavy rain against Berkhamsted Raiders Red.

Goals were scored by Joshua Codling, James Mason, Christian Borrell, Callum Le’ake (2), Dylan Berry (2), Charlie Steward (2), Paul Maikovsky (2) and Dan Kremer (3).

Man of the match was awarded to Codling for scoring the first goal and assisting four more.

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