London Colney Colts: U14s win Spring Cup

12:30 08 May 2014

London Colney Colts U14s lifted the Spring Cup after beating Borehamwood Youth 5-0 on Sunday.

Alessandro Fardella opened the scoring with a volley into the top corner before Danny Diviney’s first of the afternoon.

Dylan Rushton got his name on the scoresheet and Diviney smashed in his second of the game. Jake Risborough wrapped up the scoring as Colts won the first cup win in the team’s history.

The U9s continued their good form with a 4-0 away victory against Harvesters North. Jack Morris opened the scoring midway through the first-half and Paddy Cassidy scored early into the second. Will Andiyapan scored the pick of the goals with a long range effort.

An Owen Andrews goal sealed the victory. MOM was Max Pedder.

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