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A Class beat Isledon Wolves to become Camden & Islington League champions

PUBLISHED: 16:28 05 March 2014 | UPDATED: 16:28 05 March 2014

A Class Under 15s

A Class Under 15s

Dieter Perry

A Class Under-15s sealed the Camden & Islington League title on Monday as they swept past Isledon Wolves with a 3-0 victory at Market Road.

Dylan Bolister fired the opener before goals from Joe White and Zak Miles, with a strike into the top corner, wrapped up the points for the champions-elect.

That put A Class 12 points clear of closest rivals Brimsdown Rovers with three games to play – and they are in the hunt for further silverware, having reached the semi-finals of the League Cup.

Manager Chris Mozo said: “This age group have continued breaking records and one thing that has helped them to be successful is the good relationship between the players.

“Our thanks to [restaurant chain] La Porchetta, which has sponsored the club for the second time and helped us to become even more successful.”

Nicky Marshall notched the only goal of the game to keep Isledon Wolves Under-13s’ slim title hopes alive as they beat AC United Lions.

Alfie Lusardi and William Sousa were both in excellent form for Wolves, who produced some impressive one-touch football and could have won by more.

Wolves’ Under-14s threw away the lead – and with it any chance of retaining their title for a third year running – as they were beaten 2-1 by Westway.

Keiron Loughney put Wolves in front, but they then eased up and paid the price as Westway seized the points with a goal either side of half-time.

Goalkeeper Toby Taylor produced a number of fine saves, but could not prevent Wolves Under-nines from taking an 8-0 pasting at the hands of Angel Islington.

Lucas Panayi and Sidney Kershaw-Shirley both put in plenty of effort and were the pick of the Wolves’ outfield players.

Man of the match Tyson McIntosh scored twice as Isledon Wolves Channons Under-nines turned in a top-class display to win 3-0 against The Heath.

Kai Brown struck the third goal for Channons, while Oscar Phillips and goalkeeper Shelton Poku-Nyako also impressed.

Emmanuel Makaya’s double kept Lyndhurst Under-11s firmly in contention at the top of the division as they overcame Islington Admiral 5-2.

Rees Jones, Frankie Sabine, and Serak Seyoum were also on the scoresheet for Lyndhurst, while Cameron Saunders was man of the match.

Daniel Leonard netted two of the goals to help Lyndhurst Eagles Under-16s to a 3-0 success against Lyndhurst Lions.

Eagles goalkeeper Sam Barlow made some good saves early on before Bren Stevenson opened the scoring against the run of play and Leonard’s second-half brace wrapped up the points. Brody Walters was man of the match.

Star man Peter Angelov smashed in a hat-trick for Angel Islington Under-10s as they saw off The Heath 6-1, with further goals from Callum Webdale, Dylan Simson and Albert Nisse.

Angel also overcame Chapel Youth 2-0 in their League Cup tie, with Simson and Casey Christou netting the goals.

At the other end, a composed display from goalkeeper Michael Reardon ensured a clean sheet.

Julian Sarmiento maintained his recent form with a long-range drive to open the scoring as Angel Under-11s defeated Futebol de Salao 2-0.

Midfield dynamo Oliver Heath netted the second for Angel, with goalkeeper Charlie Nolan working hard to record a clean sheet at the other end.


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