Hat-trick hero Weather­ston leads United rout


Harefield Gazette - - SPORT -

JESS Weather­ston hit a hat-trick as Den­ham United U12s con­tin­ued their fine start to the season by ham­mer­ing Garston Ladies 7-1.

Player of the match Weather­ston’s tre­ble in­cluded two long-range ef­forts, while Mad­die John­son Tay­lor, Chloe Beck­with and Millie and Manuela Gomez were also on tar­get.

Star player Ni­amh Reynolds went one bet­ter with four goals in the U14s’ 12-0 de­mo­li­tion of Garston Pan­thers, with Alisha Ba­jwa and Amy Hold­croft bagging braces. There was also a goal apiece for Court­ney Wool­ley, Naomi Hickey, Holly Sy­mons and Ni­cole Leys.

Garston fi­nally got some re­venge when their Pan­thers scored two late goals to squeeze past Den­ham’s U13s side, who had led un­til the last 10 min­utes through Ni­amh Wil­liams 2-1. Ella Green­wood was player of the match.

Melissa Asavoaie was an­other hat-trick hero, while Kait­lan Brown also net­ted and El­lie Wright was star player, as the U14s beat Ruis­lip Rangers 4-0, while both the U11 Wild­cats and Pu­mas won, against Al­ton and Wat­ford re­spec­tively.

But both the first team and re­serves lost, 1-0 to Old Ac­to­ni­ans and 4-2 to C&K Basil­don re­spec­tively, while the U16s were beaten 4-1 by AFC Wim­ble­don, de­spite a spec­tac­u­lar goal from Anaisa Har­ney and a player of the match dis­play from Gina Lee.

Joe Ros­siter hit a hat-trick, while Ethan Cuipdo net­ted two and Harry Todd one, as West Dray­ton Ex­plor­ers U10 Reds beat Lan­g­ley Hor­nets 6-4 on Sun­day.

Natal Er­mais also net­ted a tre­ble, while Finn Mur­phy was on tar­get too and Rokas Bal­tu­saitis man of the match, as the U10 Pur­ples edged a 4-2 win over Town­mead, but the U10 Blues went down 5-0 to BJ Leop­ards.

Ray Bel­fon Mur­ray bagged a brace while Kian Ed­wards, Josh Odell, Joseph Davies and Louis Blomily shared the oth­ers, and Thomas Hickey was star man as the U12s beat Chal­font 6-0, while Zubair Naseri scored both goals as the U16s came from be­hind to beat Bed­grove Dy­namos 2-1.

Two goals from Szy­mon Kowal­czyk and one from Danny Gnau­lati earned the U15s a 3-3 draw with Singh Sabha, while the U8 Reds drew 4-4 with the same club, thanks to Natu Yo­hannes’ dou­ble and fur­ther goals from Joshua Onye­dum and Daniel Mickale.

Man of the match Oliver Lon­g­ley struck to give the U9 Reds a 1-1 draw with Taplow United, but an Al­fie Tay­lor strike was scant con­so­la­tion for the U13s in their 14-1 re­verse to Burn­ham Ju­nior Blues.

n FINE START: Den­ham United U12s

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