Harward helps Hearts overcome Everett

PUBLISHED: 16:20 19 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:10 11 May 2010

Under-nines County Cup Royston Town Youth Hearths 8 Everett Rovers 0 ROYSTON Town Youth Hearts eased through to the next round of the County Cup, comfortably beating Everett Rovers 8-0 at home. It was an excellent all round performance with Louis Harwa

Under-nines County Cup

Royston Town Youth Hearths 8 Everett Rovers 0

ROYSTON Town Youth Hearts eased through to the next round of the County Cup, comfortably beating Everett Rovers 8-0 at home.

It was an excellent all round performance with Louis Harward opening the scoring early in the first half. He went on to score a further three goals with Adam Taylor (two) and Euan Rees joining him on the scoresheet, along with an Everett own goal.

The Man of the Match award was given to Harward.

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