A Class beat Brimsdown to move four points clear
PUBLISHED: 17:31 20 November 2013 | UPDATED: 17:31 20 November 2013
Goals from Dylan Bolister and Zak Miles secured a 2-0 victory for A Class Under-15s against Brimsdown Rovers and extended their lead at the top of the Camden & Islington League table.
Goalkeeper Ben Thompson was in magnificent form for A Class, who are now four points clear of the rest.
A Class: Thompson, Achille, Bolister, Chandler, Dickinson, Miles, McKenna, Newland, Samuel-Clarke, White.
Koby Walters netted twice as Chapel Youth Under-10s maintained their lengthy unbeaten run with a 6-1 thrashing of The Fonthill.
Goals from Jody Ridley, Walters and Jamie White put Chapel 3-0 up at half-time and, although Fonthill reduced the deficit, Robbie Brown made it 4-1 before Walters and Mason McBride rounded off the scoring.
Chapel also defeated Soccer School 4-0, with Brown and Zion Abbot both scoring twice early in the game.
Malachi Stone struck the only goal of the game, collecting Charlie Osborn’s pass to score and earn Chapel Youth Under-13s all three points against Westend.
David Mehmeti grabbed a brace as Isledon Wolves Under-14s overcame CM Futsal 4-1 to all but end their opponents’ title challenge.
Bradley Carrete’s brilliant strike brought Wolves their third goal before Ethan Irvine made certain of the points. Skipper Keiron Loughney’s defensive display earned him the man of the match award.
Isledon Wolves: Stepien, Loughney, Katsigazi, Mehmeti, Sutton, Campbell, Harv Lea-Bramble, Carrete, Herb Lea-Bramble, Kapfunde, Kennedy-Bell.
Wolves Under-13s put in a below-par performance and were never in contention at any stage as they went down 3-0 to AC United Lions.
Isledon Wolves: Akguc, Dervisoglu, Okwara, Lusardi, Lourenco, Sousa, Marshall, Bolger, Kisunga.
The Wolves’ Under-13 B team (Channons) remain joint top after they came from behind to triumph 3-2 in an exciting tussle with third-placed Regent’s Park.
Man of the match Mearga Tesfai scored Channons’ first goal, but they trailed 2-1 at half-time before Hayden Miller equalised and debutant Terrell Lawrence-Newton notched the winner.
Isledon Wolves: White-Sanches, Omar-Brandy, Cheeseman, Chileshe, Asam, Diver, Miller, Lawrence-Newton, Tesfai.
Callum Cushing’s double was not enough to rescue Lyndhurst Lions Under-16s from a 3-2 defeat in their thrilling clash with Lyndhurst Eagles.
Daniel Leonard put the Eagles ahead on the stroke of half-time and Jack Madden made it 2-0 after the break, but Cushing reduced the deficit and only inspired goalkeeping by Sam Barlow denied the Lions an equaliser.
Leonard broke away to score his second of the game and make it 3-1, only for the Lions to pull another goal back late on with a Cushing penalty. James Dill was the Eagles’ man of the match.
Teddy Breeze and Peter Angelov both netted doubles to maintain Angel Islington Under-10s’ unbeaten run as they hammered Primrose Hill 7-2.
Casey Christou, Terry Haynes and Dylon Simson were also on the scoresheet for Angel.
Angel Islington: Mackmerde, Demetriou, Haynes, Christou, Angelov, Breeze, Simson, Webdale, Nisse.
Man of the match Casey Christou set up five goals for Angel Islington Under-10s as they thrashed AFC Southgate Dragons 7-1 in the Cheshunt Youth League.
Albert Nisse netted a hat-trick, while Peter Angelov scored two goals and Dylan Simson and Ian Noseda were also on target for Angel.
Angel Islington: Reardon, Demetriou, Haynes, Christou, Angelov, Breeze, Simson, Nisse, Noseda.
Sid Taylor hit a hat-trick and Oliver Heath grabbed the other two as Angel Islington Under-11s saw off Enfield Town 5-3.
Angel were also indebted to goalkeeper Connor O’Malley, who pulled off an excellent save from the penalty spot.
Angel Islington: O’Malley, Ewens, Gibson, Nicastro, Dincer, Heath, Goussot, Sarmiento, Taylor, Williams.
Waseem Mirza’s hat-trick guided A Class Under-12s to a resounding 4-0 away win against Angel Islington.
Mirza ran on to Lewis Christie’s pass to fire A Class into the lead and then turned his marker to make it 2-0 before completing his treble with a precise lob over the goalkeeper.
Christie rounded off the scoring, nipping between two defenders to chip the keeper and Mirza could have added further goals, but he was denied twice by the woodwork.
A Class: Menhal, Bennett, Laws, Myatt, Small, Zenagui, Abdel, Julien, Ambrozio, Christie, Mirza, Webb, Nyirabega.
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