Youth Update – December 2nd/3rd
Only 10 games survived the big freeze…although it was not as big as we all expected.
The U18’s Floodlit team travelled to Arlesey on Wednesday night for a cup match and ran out 4-2 winners on a frosty pitch.
TJ Gibson and Max Sato both scoring 2 goals each in a comfortable win.
The U18’s Dynamos couldn’t muster up a win against lower opposition in Penn & Tylers Green. A solitary goal from George Whall not enough as they went down 3-1.
The U17’s Youth had a cup match they will want to forget quickly as they lost out 10-0 to Flackwell Heath in the League Cup.
Woody’s U16’s Dynamos grabbed a great 4-0 win in the B&B County Cup away at Milton Keynes City Warriors. Goals from Harry Norman, Levi Nicholson, Finlay Reeves and Uthman Afzal securing a spot in the next round.
Matt & Kev’s U15’s Athletic were back to winning ways with a comfortable 7-0 win away at lowly Royston Town Youth. James Byrom and Mason Leach both grabbing a brace each with the other goals from Harry Walker, Emmanuel Omoniyi and an own goal.
Phil Granville’s U15’s Youth remain undefeated as they despatched Marlow Youth 3-0 in Marlow. The goals coming from Archie Trump, Freddie Griffiths and Harry Russell.
The U15’s Colts also remain undefeated with a narrow 2-1 win over Chinnor Youth. On a boggy/poor pitch and going in a half time 1-0 down, the U15’s Colts fought hard in the second half and scored two decent goals and held on despite a whistle happy referee…!
The U14’s Dynamos finally lost their unbeaten start to the season as they lost a close encounter with Slough Town. In a close match Slough got the winner with only a few minutes remaining to win the match. They currently sit 3rd but have 2 games in hand.
The U13’s Dynamos were in B&B County Cup action this weekend and are safely into the next round with a resounding 9-4 win over Grendon Rangers. A very dominant performance from the squad and the goals were shared around between Rio (2), Jake, Jacob (Penalty), Jayden, Archie, David and an Own Goal.
Finally the U13’s Colts team were on the wrong end of a 9 goal thriller, losing out 5-4 in the end to a good Ickenham Youth team. This leaves them currently in 4th place.