Charles’ hat-trick gets Den­ham back on track

U12s earn con­vinc­ing vic­tory thanks to im­pres­sive tre­ble

Harefield Gazette - - SPORT - By Ryan Mar­ques-Sam­paio tms-sport@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

SA­VAN­NAH Charles led the way as Den­ham Ladies U12s got back to win­ning ways on Satur­day.

Charles’ well taken opener was the first of a hat-trick for the young­ster in the 6-2 win over Is­ling­ton Bor­ough – the per­fect an­ti­dote to last week’s de­feat to St Josephs.

Mad­die Kirkby weighed in with a brace with Ab­boe Bar­rett also on the score-sheet, while Tara Jhawer was named player of the match.

The club’s U14s went one bet­ter, thrash­ing Hod­des­don Owls 7-1 at the Den.

Amy Hold­croft and Naomi Hickey each scored twice, with Alisha Ba­jwa, Niamh Reynolds and an own goal com­plet­ing the scor­ing.

Ni­cole Leys took player of the match for an ex­cel­lent show­ing on the right wing.

The U13s tin­kered with their team, play­ing a num­ber of the girls in un­fa­mil­iar roles against Wel­wyn Gar­den City, but it did not stop them eas­ing to a 4-0 win.

The goals were shared around with Kaitlin Brown, Katie Gavin, Mayze O’Ma­honey and So­phie Rear­don all bag­ging one apiece.

Gavin shared the player of the match hon­ours with Holly Parish.

And the U10s com­pleted a clean sweep of vic­to­ries, com­ing from be­hind to beat Tot­ten­ham and avenge last week’s loss in the re­verse fix­ture.

The first XI’s game was post­poned, while the U15s had no game this week.

The U10s played host to Tot­ten­ham at the Den fol­low­ing last week’s nar­row de­feat against them at their ground. The Den­ham girls won com­fort­ably.

Af­ter start­ing the game well, the girls found them­selves 1-0 down but they kept their heads up and bat­tled back into the game.

The girls fought back to score enough goals to win the match com­fort­ably.

Else­where, sen­sa­tional solo per­for­mance from Rayyan Mur­ray helped the West Dray­ton Ex­plor­ers U11s Reds in their 14-0 vic­tory over Wind­sor Rock­ets.

Mur­ray scored five goals for the Reds, with Sa­muel Spasov scor­ing four and Kian Ed­wards, Ai­den Ed­wards, Jor­dan Kan­danda and Bobby Hart all with a goal each. Josh Odell was the man of the match.

The U11 Blues also came up with a win, beat­ing Con­corde 4-2. Ge­orge Row­lands was the stand­out player, scor­ing twice in the vic­tory, with Mo­hamed Bah and Wil­liam Dun­ster also scor­ing for the Blues.

There was a sim­i­lar re­sult for the U7 Reds, as they beat Burn­ham Whites 9-1. The player of the game, Aleks Ko­valenko, scored two of the nine goals.

Fur­ther braces from Sean Shee­han and Ode­rio Brand and a goal apiece for Cairo Jones, Harry Mac­fay­den and Rounak Boa­gle capped off an em­phatic win for the U7s Reds.

West Dray­ton Ex­plor­ers U10s added to the list of im­pres­sive wins, record­ing a 10-0 tri­umph against Cip­pen­ham FC, with hat­tricks from Reece But­ler and God­win Usifo. The other goals came from Ran­vier Jam­gotre, Hay­den O’Toole, Louis Bunn and Jake Pickett.

There was also a win for the U15s side, beat­ing Burn­ham 6-1. Char­lie Rogers was the hat-trick hero, which was fol­lowed up by two goals from the man of the match Zak Gee and one by Zubair Nas­sari.

Else­where, the U12s se­cured a great 5-1 win over FC Cip­pen­ham, with Amari Adams steal­ing the show with four goals. Jay­den Black­wood got the other goal for the U12s.

A hat-trick from David Gal­jak was not enough to make him the man of the match, but it helped the U14s to a 4-2 win over Burn­ham Yel­lows. Bren­dan Pritchard scored the other goal, while Bradley Wicks was the star man in the vic­tory.

The U7s Blues, how­ever, lost 7-0 to Wind­sor Mer­lin Reds. Things did not im­prove for the U8 Reds as they lost heav­ily to Chal­font, Iggy Mies­licki the sole goal scorer in a 17-1 de­feat.

There were mixed re­sults for the West Dray­ton Ex­plor­ers U9s, as the U9 Reds were in­volved in a 4-4 thriller with De­laford Colts, in­clud­ing a dou­ble from Joe Ros­siter and goals for Ethan Cupido and Char­lie Pe­nil. Jamie McCarthy was the man of the match in that game.

The U9 Blues were then in­volved in a dra­matic game them­selves, nar­rowly los­ing 4-3 to Harefield United, the goalscor­ers be­ing Cal­lum Hay­worth-Sharpe, Bertie Ro­driguez-Owens and Christopher Bur­ton.

Un­for­tu­nately for the U9 Pur­ples, their game was not as close, los­ing 5-1 to Tom Taplow United Youth. Nico Mar­tucci with the con­so­la­tion goal for the Pur­ples.

n VIC­TO­RI­OUS: Den­ham United Ladies U12s

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