Proving blue is the colour

PUBLISHED: 11:52 27 April 2006 | UPDATED: 14:40 12 May 2010

THE under-12 Blues squad rounded off a successful season in style with a 3-1 victory against Baldock Town Templars. Cougars dominated the early stages, and Sam Deville was unlucky to see a shot crash against a post, however the Blues were soon in front wh

THE under-12 Blues squad rounded off a successful season in style with a 3-1 victory against Baldock Town Templars.

Cougars dominated the early stages, and Sam Deville was unlucky to see a shot crash against a post, however the Blues were soon in front when Hunter Diack fired in from close range.

Baldock levelled the score after the break, but Blues upped the pressure and Aaron Sawyer restored their lead before a George Duffin goal ensured that Buntingford extended their unbeaten stretch to 12 games.

The under-eights had mixed results against Stevenage Borough. They went down 2-1 in the first game despite a goal from Josh Coldecot-Stevens.

In the second game Cougars produced a polished performance to win 4-0.

The goals came from Reece Voller, George Woods, Thomas Burns, and Thomas Ashdown who bagged his first ever goal for Cougars after a goalmouth scramble

Despite playing some great football Cougars under-16s were left to rue missed chances as they went down 2-0 against Stotfold.

A defensive error let the home team in for a first half goal and as they pushed to get back on terms they were hit on the break.

Cougars under-12s continued to show that they can now compete with teams in the top half of the table by completing the double over Albion Youth.

Another tight game between the two sides saw Albion take an early goal. However Cougars rallied in the last 20 minutes and played some great football.

Seb Sinclair scored twice and new keeper Michael Hardy pulled off a great save to make sure Cougars kept the spoils.


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