Bishop's Stortford victory lifts Herts Signs top of the table
VICTORY moved Herts Signs Youth Under-12s to the top of the league as they beat Bishop s Stortford 3-0 on Sunday. Brendon Katurura played a big part with a man-of-the-match performance for his relentless running. Kieran Taylor opened the scoring with a ni
VICTORY moved Herts Signs Youth Under-12s to the top of the league as they beat Bishop's Stortford 3-0 on Sunday.
Brendon Katurura played a big part with a man-of-the-match performance for his relentless running.
Kieran Taylor opened the scoring with a nicely taken goal.
Signs started the second half much better and went 2-0 up almost straight away with a well-placed header from a cross by new boy Jake Johnson.
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Goalkeeper Jacob Hall once again had a superb game and has played confidently in every match.
Reedon Pearce wrapped up the match as he fired in from close range to make it 3-0.
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The management were delighted with the boys and emphasised the need to stick together and work for each other in every game they play.
Both the Under-12s and the Under-11s have made superb starts to the current season.
The club aim to provide the opportunity to play football and enjoy themselves, regardless of ability or experience.