Treble success for under-10s
PUBLISHED: 10:25 30 November 2006 | UPDATED: 14:54 12 May 2010
THE weather was the main winner of the weekend, as the heavy rain accounted for many of the scheduled matches. The under-10 Templars and Crusaders both had a successful day in their games against Hatfield Youth. Goals from Liam Heathcote, Neil Blyth and J
THE weather was the main winner of the weekend, as the heavy rain accounted for many of the scheduled matches.
The under-10 Templars and Crusaders both had a successful day in their games against Hatfield Youth. Goals from Liam Heathcote, Neil Blyth and Jonathan Harris helped the Templars ease towards a 3-1 victory to move them up to second place in Division A, while a single goal from Hayden Mabert was enough to give the Crusaders all three points, and maintain their leadership of Division B.
The Lancers completed a good day for the under-10s as they returned from Ashwell Academicals with an excellent 3-1 victory thanks to two goals from Ben Stevenson and an Anthony Innerarity strike. The Lancers currently lay in fourth place in Division F.
The under-11 Knights found Biggleswade United too strong on the day, ending up on the wrong end of a 6-1 score line.
The under-12 Crusaders continued to chase leaders Shefford Saints at the top of Division Three table as two goals each from Toby Harvey and Robbie Wilcock gave them a 4-2 win at Letchworth GCE Whites.
The under-13 Templars recorded an excellent 2-0 win at Wymondley Park, with James Canning grabbing both goals.
The under-13 Knights where beaten by the odd goal in five against Arlesey Town, with Steven Scarlino and Jamie Cronin scoring for the home side.
The under-14 Templars came away from unbeaten Division One leaders empty handed, as despite goals from Oliver Crew and Ben Hammond they were defeated 7-2. The under-14 Crusaders were also beaten, as Manuden took the points with a 6-1 victory.
The under-14 Knights winning record continues as they overcame stout resistance from near neighbours Stotfold to make it 10 wins out of 10.
Jack Fidock gave the Knights a slender first half lead, before an own goal and a Jordan O'Neill penalty put the game out of Stotfold's reach. Jack Fidock was on target again for the Knights to make it 4-0, before Stotfold pulled back a late in the game to make the final score 4-1.
The under-18s slipped to a disappointing 3-0 defeat against lowly Wymondley Park.