Hares hit 14 past poor Garden City
PUBLISHED: 09:43 22 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:58 11 May 2010
ASHWELL S under-11s had the upper hand in the first half of their League Cup third round tie against Royston Celtic and deservedly took the lead. To their credit Celtic showed fighting spirit in the second half but it took to the last kick of the game for
ASHWELL'S under-11s had the upper hand in the first half of their League Cup third round tie against Royston Celtic and deservedly took the lead.
To their credit Celtic showed fighting spirit in the second half but it took to the last kick of the game for them to equalise through Leavers.
The game went into extra time and in the second period Henderson, George and Jonas won the game for Celtic.
A GOAL from Alex Underwood early in the first half settled Hormead Hares' under-12s nerves against Biggleswade Royals.
Two more in the first half - one from Edward Worby and another by Rhodri Hughes - saw them go in three goals up at half time, after which two more courtesy of Hughes and Underwood sealed the win.
JOSEPH De Souza scored seven as Hormead Hares under-10s Oranges hit Royston Town Colts C for nine. The Hares tried to keep width in their attack during the 9-1 win, with two other goals scored by Benji Wrigley and Owen Hughes.
AN awesome team performance saw Hormead's under-17s brush aside Garden City with some excellent football and strong finishing.
Despite missing a hatful of chances, Hormead still scored 14 with goals from Daniel Banks-Smith (six), Joe Scarrott (three), Daniel Thomas (three), Dave Turner (one) and Sam Clayden (one).
ASHWELL Academicals under-eights registered a fine win over Potton. Ashwell led through Miles, Panico added a second just before half time before getting his second, and Ashwell's third, in the second half.
BASSINGBOURN'S under-11s returned to action with a 5-1 win over Baldock Town Knights. Jacob Stekly scored with a well taken goal and Callum Waller added a second to give the visitors a 2-0 half time lead. In the second half Ben Blower added a third before Baldock got a goal, but Blower scored another and Evan Goldman fired home a fifth.
ROYSTON Town Youth under-nines A put in a strong performance against Stevenage Borough Lions. The brilliant Jamie Penn was commanding in defence and Mickey Baulk scored the only goal.
A SLOW start from the usually exciting Royston Town Youth under-nines B team saw Stevenage Borough Tigers take a two goal lead. With time running out in the second half the Royston boys dug deep and driven on by Brad Whale and Joe Burn pulled the scores back level with good goals by Lewis Anderson and Jack Hallewell.
SOME good football saw Royston Town Youth under-nines C team score four well taken goals against Manuden. Danny Baulk opened the scoring with a Beckhamesque free kick and further pressure forced a Manuden own goal. Tom Turner and Shane O'Hare sealed the win.
A TIGHTLY fought game between Buntingford Cougars under-sevens and Baldock could have gone either way but some great saves by Cameron Owen and some great passing moves by the Cougars finally broke the deadlock with Harrison scoring the winner.
BALDOCK beat the Cougars under-sevens Whites 1-0 in another tight match in a result which was even more disappointed as the Cougars were unlucky not to go in 2-0 up by half time.
BUNTINGFORD Cougars under-nines played two great games away at Sawbridgeworth. They won the first 2-0 with two goals from Joe Babbage and the second was a 7-0 victory with goals from Alex Hewer (four), James Savage (two) and Daniel Curtis (one).
THE Cougars' Under 11s Whites got the New Year off to a fine start with a 5-3 win over Elsenham Youth. Tom Ashdown got the opener while George Woods (two) Will Hewer (two) got the others.
BUNTINGFORD Cougars under-14s played Stotfold at the weekend and came away with all three points. Going 1-0 down fired the Cougars up and Scott Cain got their leveller after he ran through the Stotfold defence and Jamie Marshall scored their winner.
BUNTINGFORD'S under-15s met Stevenage Borough Tigers and the Cougars were undone by a set piece before half time which stand-in keeper Oliver Lee-Stevens could do nothing about. The second half saw the Cougars equalise through a Robert Glover header from a corner.
A SCINTILATING Steve Archibald hat trick and goals from Scott Piggott and Liam Harler helped the Cougars' under-16s to a 5-3 win over Royston Town Youth.