Den­ham U15s hit op­po­nents for 17

YOUTH FOOT­BALL

Harefield Gazette - - SPORT -

DEN­HAM Ladies U15s went goal crazy at the week­end, ham­mer­ing Bee­cholme Belles 17-1 in the Sur­rey League Cup.

Katie Ak­er­man and Kayleigh Cur­rivan led the rout with four goals each, but it was a player who did not make the score­sheet, Katie Rid­ding­ton, who was made player of the match for her out­stand­ing work rate.

Jes­sica Stick­ley (3), An­nie Walsh (3), Char­lotte Par­rett, Ju­lia Thu­rauf Gina Lee and a goal for Alketa Rragami com­pleted the scor­ing.

The U14s played two week­end friendlies – win­ning 2-0 at Broom­field Academy, with goals from Court­ney Wool­ley and Alisha Ba­jwa (player of the match was Lil­lie Martin) and see­ing off Mole Val­ley 7-1, thanks to braces from Ba­jwa and Sha­nia Fo­ley, and fur­ther goals from Holly Sy­mons, Mia Stephen­son and Ni­amh Reynolds.

A Grace Nwoseh strike was not enough for the U13s as they lost 3-1 to Bury Rangers (player of the match was Lau­ren Clarke), and the U12s went down 4-2 to Parkfield, de­spite goals from Abbie Bar­rett and Tara Jhawer.

In the se­nior sec­tion, the first team warmed up for their Women’s FA Cup clash against Crys­tal Palace this com­ing Sun­day by com­ing from a goal be­hind to beat Low­est­oft 3-1.

A 25-yard screamer from Katie Phillip­son lev­elled mat­ters be­fore Natalie Mur­ray put them in front, and Vicky Birkby se­cured the win with her first touch.

Elishia Allen and Char­lie Leigh Dixon hit a hat-trick apiece, with Zoe Cox also on the mark, as the re­serves knocked Lon­don Phoenix out of the John Greenacre Me­mo­rial Tro­phy 7-0, while Amy Martins was also a hat-trick hero in the se­nior de­vel­op­ment squad’s 4-0 friendly win over Brook House, in which Louise But­ler was on tar­get too.

Five-star Gabriel Dick­son fired West Dray­ton Ex­plor­ers U7s Reds to a 9-6 win over De­laford Colts, with Cairo Jones, Rounak Ba­gale , Ode­rio Brand and Harry Macfay­den also net­ting and Sean Shee­han im­press­ing.

The U8s Reds beat Wind­sor Youth 3-2, Lenny Anene, Iggy Mies­licki and Mar­cos Valero scor­ing, while the U8s Blues won 10-4 against SFK Ea­gles. Remi Kowal­czyk, Stan­ley Ger­aghty (6), Puneet Sa­hota, Ma­son Spring and Jack Tay­lor scored.

Ex­plor­ers’ U9s Reds lost 6-3 to Chal­font Saints de­spite a dou­ble from Char­lie Pe­nil and a Tristan Vil­lacru­sis strike. Al­berto Ro­driguez-Owens got two as the U9s Blues lost 5-2 to Taplow. Sa­muel Tekele was im­pres­sive for the U9s Pur­ples as they lost 3-0 to Boyne Hill Boys 3-0.

West Dray­ton’s U10s had a great cup win against Burn­ham Ju­niors by beat­ing them 3-0. Goalscor­ers were Hay­den O’Toole and Jake Pick­ett (2).

The U11s Blues notched up a great 6-1 win against Sandgate 6-1.

Fin­ley Wil­son (2), Mo­hamed Bah (2), Diogo Gon­calves (1), Wil­liam Dun­ster (1) all net­ted and man of the match was Ja­cob Her­man.

There was a 2-2 draw for the U11s Reds against Wind­sor Gal­axy as Thomas Hickey and Sa­muel Spa­sof net­ted.

Joshua Todd, Al­fie Tay­lor, Jay­den Black­wood, Gurveeyr Rat­tan and Amari Adams scored in a 5-2 win for the U12s over Town­mead Youth. Joe Harker played well.

Zak Gee, Wan Maudz and Char­lie Rogers earned a 3-3 draw for the U15s at Ayles­bury. EAST­COTE shared the spoils with Ash­ford to re­main top of Mid­dle­sex, Berks, Bucks & Oxon Re­gional One this week.

It was first against sec­ond on Satur­day as the top two faced off and East­cote will be the hap­pier of the two sides af­ter hold­ing the vis­i­tors to a thrilling 3-3 stalemate to stay at the sum­mit.

Top scorer David Cooper put the home side ahead but Ash­ford hit back and went 2-1 in front be­fore Gabriel Emery equalised the score.

The sec­ond half con­tin­ued at a high pace, but the away side again took the lead be­fore Ian Sadler grabbed the point for East­cote, who travel to Walling­ford this week­end. HAR­LING­TON NET­BALL LEAGUE RE­SULTS

n GOALSCOR­ING ROUT: Den­ham Ladies U15s

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