FC Unity boys shine in league and cup
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Goals from Elijah Whyte, Nicholas Tosta and Kieran Collymore earned Unity FC Under-nines a 3-1 win against Eastern Avenue in the Camden & Islington League.
Lucas Bell-Lara and Akinloye Abisogun both impressed in defence for Unity, while Matteo Pablo Salazar performed well in goal during the second half.
The Under-nines also competed in the Cally All-Stars Cup at Market Road, where they finished with runners-up medals.
After going five matches undefeated, Unity overcame a strong Angel Islington side 3-0 in the semi-finals, but they were unable to repeat that result against ISS and went down 1-0.
Dominic Curren’s free-kick was the pick of the goals as Unity Under-15s ran out comfortable 3-0 winners in their clash with Admiral.
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Curren opened the scoring before further goals from Harry Charie and Joe Manual made the game safe, while Unity goalkeeper Jordan Aloye produced some fine stops to preserve a clean sheet.
Rees Jones struck a double for Unity Under-13s in a 4-0 victory against Cricklewood to maintain their unbeaten record and keep them in the mix at the top of the league.
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Malachi Pennant and Emmanuel Makaya were also on target for Unity, with goalkeeper Cameron Saunders completing another shut-out.