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HRBFC Youth - Weekend Round Up 20th September

3 years ago By Stefan Rance

The second week of the season kicked off with a plethora of goals for all the age groups with some outstanding team and individual performances...

“Under 11s lost a very competitive match vs Sutton United in the sunshine at Bushy Park. A really good match against high quality opposition, and included a magnificent long range goal from Jake early goal of the season contender!” David Farrell (Under 11 Youth Manager)

The Under 12 Colts raced in to a 3-0 lead against Doverhouse Lions with two more stunning goals from Tom Webb and a first for Younes Tahir. Doverhouse then pulled 2 goals back but a series of outstanding saves from Ale Russell ensured a first league win of the season. The Under 12 Youth side lost a friendly against Whitton Wanderers 5-2, with Conor Hancock and Monty Hartwell-Birch scoring the goals.

In their first ever game in the Surrey Girls & Women’s league the Under 14 Girls lost a close game 3-2 at Mole Valley and missed a penalty in the last minute to narrowly miss out on getting a point.

The Under 13 Youth went goal crazy against G4G in the league cup with a 12-0 victory. Jake Brown netted a double hatrick with Liam O’Callaghan (2), Cam Shawyer, Ellis Pringle, Adam Zibani & Charlie Rew also getting on the scoresheet. There was defeat for the Under 13 Colts as they lost 8-0 at Sheen Lions Pride.

Also amongst the goals were the Under 7 Colts who won 15-0 against Whitton Wanderers in what was the oppositions first game and despite the score line Whitton never gave up and continued to the very end. Bobby Waites, Freddie Cockell, George Crashaw, Gabriel Davies, James McAvoy all scoring for the team. At Under 8 age groups the Colts drew 2-2 at Junior Bees with Lucas Robinson and Owen Kimber scoring whilst the Youth lost 8-3 against Claygate Royal Hounds in a competitive game Alfie Reed, Chester Gregory and Louis Middleton getting on the scoresheet.

At the older end of the spectrum the Under 18’s won their second game in a row with a 2-1 win over Epson & Ewell Colt Blues with goals for Matt Ross and Adam Rutherford, the Under 17’s lost a high scoring game 6-3 at West Byfleet with Joe Tullett, Toby Schleich and Ollie Bartholomew scoring. There was also an excellent 3-1 win for the Under 15s at home to Bedfont Eagles, Dylan Randall and Sami Davis gave them a 2-1 half time lead before Theo Clayton wrapped it up.

Both the Under 10 sides had good wins with the Youth beating Walton Casuals 2-1 thanks to goals from Jackson Birch and Freddie Waites and the Colts won 3-2 against Ashford Town with Max Thompson grabbing a dramatic late winner.

In the Under 9 age group their were wins for the Colts, 6-1 over Westfield and the Bucks 4-1 at home to Whitton Wanderers. For the Colts Ellis Sales Bourne hit a hat-trick, including one overhead kick, with Max Sturton, Cass Fried-Jones and Rory MacMillan also getting on the scoresheet. For the Bucks Tommy Rance netted 2 goals, both fearsome shots from outside the area, with Quincy Patterson and Savan Soni also getting in on the act. The Under 9 Stags entered an encouraging a positive performance but lost 7-2 at Twickenham Tigers.

The Under 11 Youth lost a competitive match at home to Sutton United, eventually going down 5-3 with a long range goal, and early goal of the season contender, from Jake Chaudry one of the highlights. Meanwhile the Under 11 Colts lost 12-1 in a friendly against Hanwell Town, however the boys deserve credit for keeping going against a team a year above them. Jack Dodds scoring for the side. Finally at Under 14 the Youth lost 1-0 at home to Kingstonian Youth but there was a good 3-2 win for the Colts over Oxshott Royals Warriors

Updated 16:17 - 1 Oct 2015 by Stefan Rance

Where next?

Results Round Up - Sunday 13th September The season kicked off for the majority of our age groups this weekend and there were some great games played across the region.
Youth Press Release - Youth Future Under Threat A surprise lease termination has given Hampton & Richmond Borough Youth a major unplanned facilities challenge.


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