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Hunter hat-trick helps Isledon Wolves to rout Regent’s Park

PUBLISHED: 16:47 02 April 2014 | UPDATED: 16:47 02 April 2014

Isledon Wolves U9s

Isledon Wolves U9s

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Alessandro Hunter rattled in a first-half hat-trick to set up a resounding victory as Isledon Wolves’ Under-nines hammered Regent’s Park 7-1.

Wolves pressed throughout and George Bennett and Sidney Kershaw-Shirley netted a brace apiece to complete the scoring.

Isledon Wolves Channons Under-13s celebrated their title success with a 2-0 win against Chapel Boys.

Jay Matate put Channons ahead and only some inspired goalkeeping kept them at bay until the second half, when man of the match Mearga Tesfai doubled their lead.

Isledon Wolves are holding trials for next season’s Under-eight, Under-nine and Under-10 age groups on Wednesdays at Market Road from 5.30pm to 7pm. Players should meet under the clock tower and those interested should contact Dave Byrne on 07980 912 634.

Mo Asam maintained his excellent form with a hat-trick as Wolves Under-13s closed in on the Harrow Youth League title with a 6-3 victory away against St Andrew’s.

Denis Dervisoglu, Ali Mede and Sammy Kisunga also found the net, while William Sousa and Joel Chileshe were joint men of the match.

Gio Boffa netted a brace as Wolves Under-15s completed a disappointing campaign with a 4-4 draw against lowly Brunswick.

Eliezer Kafuti and Jake Mulholland were also on target, with Bassam Menhal providing two assists.


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