Owen slams seven in Cougars cakewalk

PUBLISHED: 11:17 20 September 2007 | UPDATED: 15:16 12 May 2010

It was goals galore for Buntingford Cougars under-10s Whites who beat Melbourn Dynamos 10-0. Charlie Owen notched a superb seven-goal haul.  William Hewer scored two more for Buntingford, with Jack Cain also getting on the scoresheet. Hormead Hares also

It was goals galore for Buntingford Cougars under-10s Whites who beat Melbourn Dynamos 10-0.

Charlie Owen notched a superb seven-goal haul.

William Hewer scored two more for Buntingford, with Jack Cain also getting on the scoresheet.

Hormead Hares also came unstuck against a goal hungry Cougars side, with the Cougars Blues under-10s winning 3-0, with goals from Thomas Burns, Josh Coldecot-Stevens, and Charlie Rome.

However, the Cougars Stripes under-10s went down 3-1 to Hormead, their goal coming from Dan Horndy.

Cougars under-13s knocked out a strong Watton team 2-1 in the first round of the county cup.

Both goals came from Jonathan Bowell, the winner a last-minute penalty.

Liam Price was on target for Cougars under-11s in Division 1, opening the scoring against Bishop's Stortford.

However, Stortford were soon level, and keeper George Shelford had to make a series of saves to keep Cougars in the game.

Stortford made it 2-1 before Price added his second, but Stortford went on to chalk up a 5-2 victory.

The under-9s had two tough games against Stevenage, with the Cougars Blues losing 2-1, while the Cougars Whites were comfortably beaten 4-0. Jack McMeechan grabbed the goal for the Blues.

Cougars under-15s, after a bright start, lost 6-2 at home against Sawbridgeworth Reds in Division 2.

Sawbridgeworth led 2-0 at half-time, but Cougars pulled one back in the second half through Ben Johnson.

However, a penalty decision later dashed the home side's hopes once more, although Johnson did restore some optimism with another well-taken shot. But a strong Sawbridgeworth side romped away with another three goals.

The Cougars under-16s were also well beaten in Division 2, crashing to an 8-2 defeat at Stevenage Colts.

Two strikes from Tom Bell spared Buntingford's blushes, before Stevenage grabbed two more.

BALDOCK Town under-18s are on the lookout for a goalkeeper.

The club who play in The Royston Crow League Division 1 are searching for a new number one for the new season.

Baldock train every Thursday at Knights Templar School, Park Street from 8.30-9.30pm.

Anyone interested should contact Richard on 01462 892126.


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