Josh Chinn scored in each half as Real Stortford under-17 Saracens triumphed 4-1 at Cuffley Jets under-18 Blacks in Mid-Herts Rural Minors League, Under-18 Division Four
Josh Chinn scored in each half as Real Stortford under-17 Saracens triumphed 4-1 at Cuffley Jets under-18 Blacks in Mid-Herts Rural Minors League, Under-18 Division Four.
He opened the scoring for the visitors with a well-taken goal. James Baird doubled the lead before the interval by beating two players and firing in from the edge of the box.
Cuffley pulled a goal back after the restart, but an own goal meant Saracens restored their two-goal advantage.
And Chinn wrapped up the points by nodding in Ben Lynch's corner as unbeaten Saracens, for whom Thomas Edwards was man of the match, moved up to second in the table.
Under-16 Falcons were 5-3 winners away to Letchworth Garden City Eagles White in Division Three despite some key players having to self-isolate.
Daniel Alaezi, who was back from injury, and Tom Gleeson bagged braces and Louie Day also notched. Lucas Gribble was man of the match for Falcons, who are now top of the table.
Under-15 Bulls were desperately unlucky not to claim maximum points when they drew 2-2 with derby rivals BSCFC Rovers in Division Three.
Diogo Camara got both goals as well as the man-of-the-match plaudits.
Meanwhile, Real Stortford Men ensured the club achieved another unbeaten weekend as they overcame a spirited Wormley side 3-2.
The East Herts Corinthians League leaders took a fifth-minute lead through Kai Campbell, but, despite playing some good football, could not add to their tally before half time.
However, they did double their advantage within five minutes of the restart as Charlie Kettle caught out the defence with a near-post run to convert Archie Burrell's free kick.
It was 3-0 10 minutes later when Aaron Cameron-Prior scored with an instinctive back-heel finish at the end of a sweeping move.
Wormley upped the physicality and, with Real being forced into a number of changes and reorganisations due to injuries, pulled a couple of goals back.
Their second came five minutes from the end and they were unable to threaten an equaliser in the time remaining.
The team prepared for the match in their warm-up/training kit supplied by Potter Street business Click Click, whose owner Lindsey Trundle's son Max was named man of the match.