County Cup progress for Harvesters

Harvesters advanced on penalties

Harvesters advanced on penalties

First published in Local Sport

Harvesters boys’ Under-10s North are through to the County Cup quarter final after defeating Wormley on penalties.

Kieron Gautier struck for Harvesters but the game ended 1-1 after extra-time as the two sides couldn’t be separated.

However, it was Harvesters who held their nerve from the spot to advance.

A long-range goal from James Heppenstall was only a consolation as the Under-10s West lost 3-1 in the Spring Cup to Highgate & Muswell Hill.

But the Under-11s North thrashed Whetstone Tigers 6-0.

Josh Forster notched a hat-trick for North and there were singles from Jack McShane, Joe Vance and Alex Dibden.

A brace from Benny Stacey and goals from Corey Rodriguez, Hamish Michie and Tom Mileham helped the Under-11s South defeat Borehamwood 2000 5-0, while the Under-13s North moved into the third round of the Challenge Cup after beating St Albans City South 4-2.

George O'Connor struck twice and there was one each from Robert Edmunds and Amir Berchil.

The Under-13s South beat London Maccabi Lions 4-2 with David Noyvert scoring twice and singles from Alex Banathy and Joe Caswell.

The Under-16s South were held to a 2-2 draw by Burnt Oak, with South’s goals coming from Tom Pratley.

Meanwhile, the Under-13 girls defeated Bedwell Rangers 4-2 to reach the County Cup final.

Tilly Moss and Nikita Bedi scored a brace apiece.

Chelsea Lumsdon netted for the Under-14s who were beaten 2-1 by St Albans City while the Under-18s Yellows overcame Hoddesdon Owls 6-3.

The goals came from a superb hat-trick from Ellie Bergin and singles from Ellen Beary, Katie Murphy and Megan Cockhill.


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