Hat trick hero helps U7s to win in 10-goal thriller

High scor­ing matches take cen­tre stage in week­end fix­tures

Harefield Gazette - - SPORT - By Matt Lewis matt.lewis@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

EL­LIOT Wake’s last-gasp penalty grabbed Hilling­don Ab­bots a share of the points against Bank of Eng­land on Satur­day.

The Ab­bots skip­per stepped up to kick a dra­matic 45-me­tre penalty lev­eller to see the score dead­locked at 21-21 at the week­end.

It was fit­ting that Wake should have the fi­nally say for Hilling­don af­ter it was his boot that got the score­board tick­ing over.

Full-back Liam McPherson fin- DANIEL Mickale was West Dray­ton Ex­plor­ers U7s’ hat-trick hero as they beat Taplow United at the week­end.

Mickale’s triple blast helped seal a 6-4 vic­tory with Hamza Na­mani, Kennedy Kithin­jhi and Natu Yo­hannes also scor­ing.

Stan­ley Ger­aghty (5), Ma­son Spring (4), Puneet Sa­hota (2), Igor Zele­chowski and Remi Kowal­czyk all scored for the U8s Blues in a 13-0 win over Thames Val­ley Youth. Jack Tay­lor also starred.

Lenny Anene and Has­nain Riaz scored in a 9-2 loss for the U8s Reds against Wind­sor Blues. ished with two tries to his name as the stale­mate con­sol­i­dated the home side’s mid-ta­ble po­si­tion in Herts/Mid­dle­sex One.

Hilling­don Ab­bots are away to third place, Lon­don Welsh Am­a­teurs on Satur­day.

Else­where, in Herts/Mid­dle­sex Two, Uxbridge pushed high-fly­ing Wat­ford all the way on their re­turn to com­pet­i­tive ac­tion.

Man of the Match Steve Al­butt was out­stand­ing all af­ter­noon for the vis­i­tors and was un­lucky to find him­self on the los­ing side as

There was a 6-2 win for the U9s Reds as Ethan Cupido (2), Euan Hlubanyana (2), Joe Ros­siter and Harry Todd struck to sink Burn­ham Yel­lows.

Goals from, Jay Fitzger­ald (2), Na­tal Er­mias, Nico Mar­tucci Rokas Darzin­skas and a man-ofthe-match show­ing from Rokas Bal­tru­saitis saw the U9s Pur­ples beat Old Wind­sor Tigers 5-1.

Rayyan Mur­ray (3), Sa­muel Spasov (3), Thomas Hickey, Jor­dan Kan­danda, Joe­seph Davies and Cian John­son all hit the net as the U11s Reds beat Hare­field 10-1. Bobby Hart was man of the match.

Mo Bah got a brace for the U11s Blues in a 4-1 win over Hilling­don Ab­bots. Fin­ley Wil­son Uxbridge were beaten 24-18 in Hert­ford­shire.

Coaches Chris Thomp­son and Craig Mon­aghan gave a pos­i­tive half-time team talk with the score at just 7-3 in favour of the hosts and the end re­sult could eas­ily have been dif­fer­ent.

How­ever, three quick Wat­ford tries in suc­ces­sion proved piv­otal be­fore Nick Guy, Colin Se­ward and scrum half Mark Wil­son pro­duced a late rally which came to noth­ing. and Wil­liam Dun­ster also scored. The U10s beat Weald­stone A 2-0 in a friendly.

Xhafer Kurti in­spired the U12s to a 3-1 cup win over De­laford Colts, with Amari Adams, Gurveer Rat­tan and Hy­nanAb­bas Ali Zaid on the score­sheet.

Danny Gnau­lati, Josh Da­ley, Je­shan Jey­atheeswaren and Aran Brar goals were not enough to pre­vent a 6-4 de­feat for the U14s against Lan­g­ley Hor­nets. De­nis Zi­aja and Bran­don Pritchard were the stars.

Zak Gee (3), Char­lie Rogers and Zubair Nasseri fired the U15s to a 5-1 win over Bucks Pu­mas. Man of the match went to Dy­lan Giger.

Mean­while, Natu Mengsh scored twice in a 5-0 win for West Dray­ton Youth U14s over league lead­ers Al­pha & Omega U15s. Roble Aden, Samir Nag­eye and Cyson Kelly scored the oth­ers while goal­keeper Ryan Campin did well to keep a clean sheet.

West Dray­ton Youth’s U7s went down 4-7 to Chiswick, the U8s Blues beat Foxes 4-3, the 13s beat Bel­mont 7-1 and the U10s en­joyed a 4-3 away win.

Sandgate Youth’s U9s were beaten 4-1 by Lyne Chee­tahs, how­ever there was a 4-3 win for the U11s and a 4-0 tri­umph for the U14s.

Hare­field United U12s came back from 2-0 down to beat FC Holy­port Hor­nets 4-2 with goals from Joseph Brown, Alex Groves, Har­vey Shailes and Ge­orge Scott.

It was the ever re­li­able David Cooper who hit a first half hat-trick and helped him­self to an­other in the se­cond pe­riod.

How­ever, it was Gabriel Emery who was the star man on the day as he fin­ished with five strikes to his name. Skip­per Sam Forster grabbed a brace while Richard Rip­per and Ben Thorpe also notched.

East­cote sec­onds lost 3-0 to Old Mer­chant Tay­lors’ and the ladies were edged out by Mil­ton Keynes.

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