Bishop’s Stortford Community Football Club round-up: Finley Foster hat-trick helps under-eight Rovers win 6-4
Finley Foster scored a hat-trick as Bishop’s Stortford Community Football Club under-eight Rovers beat Melbourn Dynamos Leopards 6-4 to claim their first win of the season.
Logan Bradley struck twice and Harry Neville also netted in the Royston Crow League, Cherry Division encounter. Captain Hector Burke excelled in defence and goalkeeper Teddy Johnstone was player of the match.
Cerys found the net five times to steer under-eight girls Sapphires to a 12-0 triumph over Witham in the Essex Girls’ League.
There were braces for Isla and Eliza while Lily, Lara and Penny were also on the score sheet.
Charlie Whitrod bagged a treble as under-16 Blues beat clubmates under-16 Rangers 9-2 in Mid-Herts Rural Minors League, Division One.
Jack Dougall, Marco Meli, who both bagged braces, Morgan Rees and Dom Fiddler added to the winners’ tally while Aaron Stevens and Stanley Rose got consolations for the losers.
Goalkeeper Ella Draper’s player-of-the-match display and some excellent defending could not prevent the under-15 girls losing 4-0 to Ruislip Rangers in Hertfordshire Girls’ Football Partnership League, Division Two. Elise Ching, who worked tirelessly in midfield, had Stortford’s best chances to score.
Brooke Fletcher’s hat-trick helped under-14 Blues beat Frontiers 4-3 in MHRML Division Four. The winning goal was scored by Dawson Cundall from the penalty spot as they came from behind to triumph.
Doubles from Alex Dimitrov and Sam Tredgett guided under-13 Rangers to a 9-1 away win over Harlow Tekkers in MHRML Division Two. Arthur Ho, Konrad Heron, Oliver Pressman, Morgan Maddison and Hayden Webb also netted for the leaders.
Amelie D’Almeida marked her first home appearance since returning from long-term injury with a last-gasp winner as under-12 girls Azures beat Welwyn Pegasus Youth 1-0 in HGFPL Division Six.
Having been sidelined for three months she slotted in at the death from Poppy Dittrich’s fine pass to earn her team a fifth win of the campaign.
Ayda hit a quick-fire hat-trick as the under-10 girls beat Garston 7-2. She was joined on the score sheet by Matilda, Kit, Cara and Jess while the woodwork was rattled on a number of occasions.