Hat trick hero helps U7s to win in 10-goal thriller
High scoring matches take centre stage in weekend fixtures
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.