St Albans City Youth end Bedmond's 100 per cent record

St Albans & Harpenden Review: St Albans City Under-18s North drew with Bedmond St Albans City Under-18s North drew with Bedmond

St Albans City Under-18s North ended unbeaten Bedmond's 100 per cent record after a 0-0 draw.

Keeper Eddie Rose was magnificent in goal and was named man-of-the-match.

Gus Scott gave the Under-18’s West an early lead in their 2-2 Yellow Division league draw at Potters Bar United.

Scott's volley gave them the lead and Shay Emerton added a second before the opposition fought back.

The Under-18s West lost 1-0 at home to Brady Maccabi Lions in the Spring Trophy.

The Under-16s Boreal eased to a 6-0 home win against Watford Youth Sports.

Tawanda Manenji scored twice while there were singles from Sean Aylward, Numan Hakim, Sian Khan-Boylan plus one from new signing and star player Adel Grozdanic.

The Under-16s West drew 4-4 with Berkhamsted Red.

With a minute to go the West won a penalty which they failed to convert so they had to settle for a one point.

Josh Bean, Ollie Shepherd, Lewis Cutmore and a fine effort from the half-way line by Ellis Allan scored the goals for the team.

In the Challenge Cup, the Under-15’s South had a good 5-2 home win over Olympiacos. Billy Lawrence (2), Kyle Harris, Charlie Gordon and Dennie Williams found the net.

The Under-15s North won 2-1 against Northwood with man-of-the-match Charlie Lunniss scoring both goals.

The Under-15s East played a double header against Flamstead Youth and in both matches the scoreline was the same with a 7-0 defeat.

St Albans Under-14s North lost 1-0 to Alexandra Park East in the Challenge Cup.

The Under-13s Orient thrashed Whetstone Wanderers 16-1 in the League Cup.

Michael Gabbalah (3), Ibrahim Rahman (3), Finbar King (2), Louie Collier (2), Luke Beckworth, Luke Gymer, Tom Hunt and Toby Byron all found the net.

There were two further goals that were scored by keeper Owen Carrick during a short spell on the pitch, he also found time to save a penalty.

The Under-13s West won 4-1 with goals from Kwame Youri (2), Matthew Nash and Tom Keating.

St Albans Under-12s North won 4-2 after extra time against Berkhamstead Raiders Red at home in the semi final of the Challenge Cup.

Billy Owen and Joe Williams made it 2-2 after normal time before another Owen goal and one from Harvey Smith completed the scoring.

The Under-10s Central romped to a 6-0 victory over Bury Rangers. The goals came from Thomas Coupling, Daragh Gallagher (2), Elliot Pate and Benjamin Maher.

A Harrison Shaw volley was the only goal of the game which saw the Under-9s North beat Norseman 1-0.

Charlie Johnson scored both of the Under-9s South’s goals as they lost 5-2 to Wormley Youth Black in a cup match.

In the Under-8s North’s fun match with Welwyn Pegasus Royals there were goals from Joshua Addo (2), Cadima-Mukasa Lusiola (2), Bradley Smith, Edward Askam and man-of-the-match Alexis Awonuga.

Also getting on the scoresheet in their fun match between the Under 8’s South and Elite Feet were Harry Cooke (2), Sam Ejjayha (2) and one from Jed Ejjayha.

In their match with Tring Tornadoes, Daniel Edworthy, in defence, had a good game, whilst up front Benji Stone for the Under 8’s Victoria team kept the Tring keeper on his toes.

Cody Smith hit a hat-trick for the Under-8s West in their match at Codicote Youth.

St Albans Girls Under-14s North lost 4-3 in the final of the Herts County Cup to Bury Rangers at Letchworth.

At one stage the Saints were losing 4-0 but two goals from Emily Schofield and one from Shauna Smith saw them go down fighting against the same opponents they faced in last year's final.

The Under-14s Girls South lost 4-1 to Bedwell Rangers despite a goal from Ellie Jenkins.

The Under-10 Girls had a fun match with Bedmond Ajax as Zoe Cowan scored.

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