County cup success for under-10s

PUBLISHED: 11:25 09 November 2006 | UPDATED: 14:52 12 May 2010

In the county cup the under-10 Templars reached the fourth round after a hard fought match at Bishop s Stortford. Two goals from Charlie Briggs and a Jonathan Harris strike finally gave the Templars a 3-2 victory. The under-11 Knights had their best resul

In the county cup the under-10 Templars reached the fourth round after a hard fought match at Bishop's Stortford. Two goals from Charlie Briggs and a Jonathan Harris strike finally gave the Templars a 3-2 victory.

The under-11 Knights had their best result of the season as they beat FC Comet 7-0, while the Lancers picked up another useful point in a goalless draw at Bishop's Stortford.

The under-12 Crusaders continued their winning streak at Sandy Colts. Two goals from Toby Harvey and one each from Iain Robinson and Richard Ainscough gave them another three points with a 4-1 victory.

A Dan Chatman goal was not enough to stop the under-13 Templars suffering a 2-1 defeat at Fairlands.

The under-13 Knights recent run of good form came to an end as they were beaten 3-0 at Weston.

It was a good day for the under-13 Lancers as they recorded their best result of the season. Lee Rogers was on target twice, and with further goals coming from Lewis Worcester, Alec Maguire and Charlie Knighton, the Lancers cruised to a 5-1 win over Bishop's Stortford.

The under-14 Templars and Bishop's Stortford fought out a goalless draw in their Division One clash while the Crusaders slipped to a 5-3 defeat against Sawbridgeworth.

In contrast, the under-14 Knights continued their 100 percent league record with another convincing performance at Bishop's Stortford Athletic.

A Mark Harper goal direct from a free kick opened the scoring and Matthew Ankers quickly added a second. Harry Gregson made it three at the interval, and with further goals coming from James Sadler, Jordan O'Neil and a second of the game from Mark Harper in the second half, the Knights finally recorded a 6-0 victory.

A single goal was enough to give Ware Youth the points against the under-15 Knights. The under-15 Lancers suffered their first defeat of the season against Sawbridgeworth, Despite goals from Sam Frazer-Bossom, Jordan Fidock and Joel Strickland the visitors took the points with a 5-3 victory,

The under-15 Crusaders won their first game of the season in a close fought affair against Garden City Rangers. The Crusaders took the lead through Chris Harrison on 27 minutes and it stayed that way until half time. Although Rangers equalised on 51 minutes the Crusaders again took the lead after 71 minutes through Max Fletcher only for Rangers to equalise again on 76 minutes. A minute later Fletcher was put through and kept his head to coolly finish to earn the Crusaders a 3-2 victory.

The under-16 Crusaders returned from near neighbours Letchworth with an excellent point following a 2-2 draw. James King scored midway through the first half before Josh Furness slotted home a penalty to give them the lead which they held until late in the game when the home side snatched an equaliser.

The under-17 Crusaders slipped to a 2-0 defeat at home to Risden Wood. The under-18 Crusaders paid the price for poor marking as they found themselves two goals down against Bedwell Rangers before Martin Kinsley reduced the deficit just before half time. With the home side scoring again, a Matt Streets goal right on full time was only enough to make the final score 3-2 to Bedwell.

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