Charlie is the darling as Templars keep hopes alive

PUBLISHED: 11:30 01 February 2007 | UPDATED: 14:59 12 May 2010

TWO goals from Charlie Briggs helped keep the under-10 Templars title hopes alive as they defeated Biggleswade United A 2-0. It was also good news for the under-10 Crusaders, who remain in a comfortable position at the top of Division B, despite being h

TWO goals from Charlie Briggs helped keep the under-10 Templars' title hopes alive as they defeated Biggleswade United A 2-0.

It was also good news for the under-10 Crusaders, who remain in a comfortable position at the top of Division B, despite being held 2-2 by Biggleswade B.

The under-10 Knights and Lancers had mixed fortunes in their games with Stotfold.

The Knights suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Stotfold A, with the Lancers having better luck as a single goal was enough to earn them the points against Stotfold B.

Goals from Matthew Judges and Jordan Massey could not prevent the under-11 Templars losing 6-2 at near neighbours Letchworth.

The under-11 Lancers also suffered a defeat, 4-1, at the hands of Elsenham.

The under-12 Templars reached the next round of the League Cup by defeating Potton Colts 2-1, thanks to two goals from Bonham Harper.

The under-12 Crusaders returned from promotion rivals Royston Town with all three points, as two goals each from Iain Robinson and Toby Harvey earned them a 4-2 victory.

The under-12 Knights could not repeat their recent excellent form, as they were defeated 3-1 at Symonds Green, a Conor Clarke goal their only reply.

A Josh Camborne-Paynter hat-trick helped the under-13 Templars move comfortably into the next round of the League Cup, witha 4-0 win over Stevenage Colts.

A Jake Kirkham strike completed the scoring.

Both the under-13 Knights and Lancers were defeated in their Division 4 matches.

The Knights were beaten 4-2 at Hatfield Town despite goals from Charan Basra and Jordan Davis.

And the Lancers went down 3-2 against Stevenage Borough Tigers, with Ben Cartwright and Alec Maguire scoring for the home side.

A single goal by Royston Town was enough to take the points in their game with the under-14 Templars.

There were goals galore in the under-14 Crusaders' League Cup tie against Buntingford Cougars.

The Crusaders made their opponents from a higher division fight all the way before finally being beaten 7-5.

Mitchell Tredgett was on target twice for the Crusaders, with Sam Heathcote, Matthew Pain and Robert Young also finding the target.

The under-14 Knights ran out 3-0 winners over visiting Arlesey Town. Striker James Sadler opened the scoring to give the Knights a 1-0 half-time lead, and two second-half goals from leading scorer Jack Fidock put the game beyond the visitors.

A weakened under-15 Knights found Division 1 leaders Letchworth GCE Royals too strong, and finished on the wrong end of a 5-0 defeat.

Division 2 leaders, the under-15 Lancers, were held to a 3-3 draw at Hitchin Town, with top scorer Sam Frazer-Bossom scoring twice, and Jordan Fidock adding a third.

The under-15 Crusaders suffered a 5-1 defeat to high flying St Neots in their Division 3 match, and the under-16 Crusaders will be disappointed to have lost 3-1 to Sandy after Josh Furness had given hem the lead midway through the first half.

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