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Isledon Wolves hold on to win league clash with Pro Touch

PUBLISHED: 16:11 23 October 2013 | UPDATED: 16:11 23 October 2013

Isledon Wolves Under-13s

Isledon Wolves Under-13s

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Man of the match Deon Marshall netted the decisive goal as Wolves’ Under-13s edged closer to the top of the table after a hard-fought 2-1 win over Pro Touch Soccer Academy.

Sam Kisunga opened the scoring and Marshall then surged past two defenders to give his side a two-goal lead at half-time.

But Wolves spurned further opportunities in the second half and they had to survive a string of late corners after slack defending enabled Pro Touch to pull a goal back.

Isledon Wolves: Akguc, Dervisoglu, D Marshall, Okwara, Lusardi, Lourenco, Sousa, N Marshall, Bolger, Kisunga, Lawrence-Newton.

n Hayden Miller grabbed a late winner for Isledon Wolves Channons as they finally saw off Westway in their Under-13 B clash.

Joel Chileshe and Samuel Kyei-Baafour were both instrumental in the Channons’ victory, while an inspired performance from the Westway keeper could not stop Miller from prodding in the only goal four minutes from time.

Isledon Wolves: White-Sanches, Omar-Brandy, Cheeseman, Chileshe, Asam, Diver, Kyei-Baafour, Matate, Miller.

n A fantastic display of goalkeeping from Adnan Menhal kept A Class at bay as Isledon Wolves Under-12s secured a 2-0 win.

Debutant Tommy Jackson gave Wolves the lead, beating two players to fire home, before Billy Flynn made it 2-0 at half-time.

But A Class piled on the pressure in the second half and it needed several fine stops from Menhal, including a penalty save five minutes from time, for Wolves to clinch the points.

Isledon Wolves: Menhal, Campbell, Barlow, Sekera-Campbell, Flynn, Cinotti, Gama, Banning, Newell, Jackson, Danquah.

n Man of the match Deen Tijani rattled in a hat-trick to take Lyndhurst Under-11s joint top of their division with a 10-1 thrashing of Pro Touch.

Emmanuel Makaya, Eli Graham and Rees Jones all netted twice for Lyndhurst, while Denis Lord-Hassan was also on the mark.

Lyndhurst: Suarez, Ward, Saunders, O’Hara, Makaya, Seyoum, Graham, Jones, Tijani, Lord-Hassan.

n Dylan Bolister and Louis Dillon were both on target for A Class Under-15s as they triumphed 2-0 in their top of the table clash with Somerstown.

A Class goalkeeper Ben Thompson produced a number of saves to thwart Somerstown before Bolister headed home from a corner and Dillon made it 2-0.

A Class: Thompson, Achille, Bolister, Chandler, Dillon, Miles, McKenna, Samuel-Clarke, Thompson, White.

n Angel Islington Under-10s extended their unbeaten run with a 3-0 win at Pro Touch. Casey Christou, Peter Angelov and Callum Webdale all scored, while Dylan Simson was man of the match.

Angel Islington: Reardon, Noseda, Demetriou, Christou, Simson, Angelov, Webdale, Nisse.

n Charlie Nolan’s strike put Angel Islington Under-11s ahead in their match against FDS but, despite dominating the game, they conceded an equaliser and had to settle for a share of the spoils.

Angel Islington: Ewens, Gibson, Sarmiento, Heath, Nolan, Williams, Taylor, Nicastro, Goussot, Dincer.

n Nicky Marshall and Ruben Lourenco netted two goals apiece to keep Isledon Wolves Under-13s top of the Harrow Youth League with a 6-1 victory against St Andrew’s.

Sam Kisunga and Joel Chileshe were also on target for the Wolves.

Isledon Wolves: Akguc, Dervisoglu, Omar-Brandy, D Marshall, Cheeseman, Chileshe, Okwara, Lusardi, Asam, White-Sanches, Sousa, Kyei-Baafour, Sousa, Miller, Kisunga.


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