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V Chiltern & South Bucks
3 games and 3 wins against our friends from Chiltern. The Yellows won 6-0 in the Southern Counties League, with goals from Jordan Griggs 2, Rasmus Duncan, Max Gibbons, Charlie Stewart & Ollie Hawkes. 
The Blues matched them against Chiltern B, goals from Trey Joseph, Sam Brierley, Tom Hutton, Oscar Rowland and a brace from Kymani Norton-Samuda. 
The Girls won 2-0, also in the Southern Counties League with Lara Taylor winning the game with a brace, one in each half.

Southern Counties Cup
The Yellows kept up the good form as they saw off a decent Barking & Dagenham side in the Quarter Finals of the Southern Counties Cup. Goals from Rasmus Duncan 2, Sandro Mendez-Barral, Charlie Stewart, Eden Kosh, Buddy Beeby and Finlay Holian gave them a comfortable 7-5 win, although it wasn't as close as the scoreline suggests with 8 minutes to go, with Barking & Dagenham staging a late fightback.
The semi final and final are on the 18th May at Oxford City FC.
Jersey Day 6

The final matches of Jersey 24 put the Yellows up against the hosts Jersey B, followed by the Blues having the opportunity to get revenge on Newbury A.
The Yellows were soon 1 up as Charlie Stewart hit a beauty from the edge of the box. Further goals from Sam Hodgkinson, who followed up and nodded in. Eden Kosh added the third and Finlay Holian got a great header from a corner after a suspect handball led to the corner.
The Blues gave their best performance of the week and put Newbury to the sword by 3 goals to zero. Goals from Danny Kennedy, Trey Joseph and James Dyer put a realistic feel to the scoreline and gave the Blues their first win of the week.

Jersey Day 5
Two tough games as the Yellows began against a hard working Gloucester B side who proved to be very resilient before Max Gibbons scored the first goal not long after coming on. The Yellows then took control of the
game and eventually won 5-0 as they forced the play in the 2nd half. Max grabbed a second while Sandro Mendez-Barral carried on his scoring streak by netting 2 and Evan Tolley notched to complete the scoring.
The Blues then had an extremely tough game against unbeaten Hackney and for the first 20 minutes were superb. They were undone by a free kick over the top to the forwards who slotted past Ben Edwards and a good run and finish past Bertie Rowland, who had come on for Ben as he was injured making a good save. The boys gave everything and had some hope when Arthur Ellis stabbed home at the far post to make it 3-1 but 2 late goals made it 5-1 but a superb performance by the Blues against a strong a side once more.
Jersey Day 4

The Blues had another A team to play as they entertained Newbury. A slow start and slack defending meant they went behind early on and were 3-0 down just before half time when Trey Joseph gave the Blues hope. More pressure in the 2nd half nearly brought the Blues level, but Newbury held on to win by the odd goal in 7. Trey adding a 2nd and Kymani Norton-Samuda carried on his hot streak of scoring on tour.
The Yellows played well and had a reasonably comfortable win over the hosts despite hitting the woodwork 3 times. Goals from Eden Kosh and top scorer Rasmus Duncan, who got 2, kept up the unbeaten run on the island. Fluid quick passing and great movement were the order of the day.
Jersey Day 3
Today the Yellows played first against Newbury B and despite a slow start, ran out comfortable winners by 4 goals to 1. Kosh 2, Gibbons and Mendez-Barral getting on the scoresheet. The highlight of the game was the Newbury player who got concussed yesterday was allowed to take a penalty, conceded by Finlay, who picked the ball up in the area. It was pre-arranged as the poor lad can't play for the rest of the week and we wanted him to have a Jersey memory.
The Blues then had a tough match against Wokingham, but aquited themselves brilliantly, producing their finest performance of the season to restrict Wokingham to a sensible scoreline and one that they beaten a lot of a teams by more. Impressive.

Jersey Day 1 & 2
The start of the Jersey Festival for the Young Saints was a fantastic one as The Yellows won 2-1 v Gloucester (Mendez-Barral 2) and the Blues drew 2-2 with Gloucester B (Dyer 2). The 2nd day was also a great day as the Yellows drew 3-3 with National Finalists Wokingham (Mendez-Barral 2, OG) and the Blues drew 1-1 with host state Jersey B (Norton-Samuda)
The highlight so far has been the corner routines such as "Braveheart" and "Firework" which have resulted in 2 goals so far.


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