One-way traffic as Whites go on a goal spree

PUBLISHED: 11:35 12 October 2006 | UPDATED: 14:50 12 May 2010

Buntingford Coug U-13 Whites 10 Hatfield Youth 0 There were goals aplenty for a Cougars side taking full advantage of an under strength Hatfield squad. The Whites quickly took the lead through a Joe Pemberton double, with three more being added before th

Buntingford Coug U-13 Whites 10 Hatfield Youth 0

There were goals aplenty for a Cougars side taking full advantage of an under strength Hatfield squad.

The Whites quickly took the lead through a Joe Pemberton double, with three more being added before the break.

It was much the same in the second half as the Whites hammered in on the Hatfield goal.

Bayo Adeyemni, Bradley Miller, and Oliver Lee-Stevens all scored, before captain and man-of-the-match James Clennel completed the rout.

Buntingford Cougars U-8 Blues 4 Hitchin Hawkes 0

The Cougars Blues got back to winning ways with a win against Hitchin Hawkes on Saturday.

In a highly impressive display Paul Briffett, Bradley Reeves and Sam Ward put the Blues three up by half time.

The in-form Jack McMeechan drove home a fourth midway through the second half and secured a comfortable win for Buntingford.

Buntingford Cougars U-8 Whites 0 Hitchin Harriers 1

Cougars Whites were less fortunate in their encounter against a determined Hitchin Harriers side.

Despite battling hard and having most of the possession, the Whites could not come back after a second-half Harriers strike.

Stotfold 0

Buntingford Coug U-12 1

In a tough, yet open game, a Liam Faik strike was all that separated the two sides.

After latching on to a fine through ball from Harry Simmonds, the Cougars striker fired home a superb goal from the edge of the box.

Both sides created a number of chances, but the form of the opposing keepers proved to be the key, especially Cougars' number one Toby Greig.

B Stortford Community Northolt 2

Buntingford Coug U-14 4

Buntingford claimed three points with a convincing win at league leaders Northolt.

At half-time the season's pace setters led 1-0, but Cougars soon equalised thanks to substitute Callum Lee's left foot finish.

Cougars doubled their score when Alfie Long played in Scott Piggott who coolly slotted home.

Northolt responded with a quick equaliser before Josh Sewell scored his first goal for the club with a well-worked free kick.

Then Piggott grabbed his second and Buntingford's fourth moments later, following a clever pass by Ben Johnson.

Austin Arrowheads 2 Buntingford Cougars U-15 4

Buntingford claimed another three points, with a well-deserved win away to Austin.

In a dominating performance Cougars were three up by half-time thanks to Joshua Wagstaff, Jack Clark-Ward and Matt Campony.

Harry Lee-Stevens added a fourth in the second half, before Austin managed to claim two consolation goals.


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