Harpenden Colts: Ben Hole scores four for U16 Warriors

14:59 29 April 2014

U11 Eagles played two matches this weekend. In the first they drew 0-0 with Chorleywood before beat Hemel Athletic 5-0. On target were George Thomas (three), Callum Le’ake and Dylan Berry. Toby Clarke was MOM in both games.

This Sunday they face Comet Sports in the County Cup final.

U10 Tigers won 2-0 against Wheathampstead Tigers. Sam Dunn and Jack Edwards scored the goals and Lewis Greenway was MOM.

U10 Jaguars 11-match unbeaten league run came to end, losing 3-1 against Bury Rangers Reds. The scorer was MOM James Gardner.

U10 Panthers narrowly lost to Elite Feet 3-2. The scorers were Kian Thakrar and Alex Pearson. Charlie Culank was MOM.

U10 Leopards lost 2-1 against Broxbourne Borough. Alexander Van Weezel scored.

U16 Warriors won their league game against New Frontiers 7-3. The goals were scored by Euan Stewart, Alex Fisher, Ben Spranger and Ben Hole (four). MOM was Ben Spranger.

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