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League leaders Admiral let Sharks off the hook

PUBLISHED: 16:35 20 October 2010

midweek football

Camden & Islington

Youth League

Islington Admiral Youth 2

Queen’s Park Sharks 2

ADMIRAL Under-12s stayed top of the Regent’s Park League despite twice letting the Sharks back into the game.

Teddy Tumbridge and Alfie Cunningham were on target for Admiral, while George Isaac pulled off a fantastic save to ensure the scores stayed level.

Islington Admiral: Isaac, Cunningham, Cadden, Tumbridge, Price, White, St Marie, Lord, Wainwright.

Recreativo 2

Angel Islington 1

JACKSON Merrells was the star of the show for Recreativo as they came away with all three points against Angel.

Stanley Billson Smith and Joe Bolger put in fine performances to keep Recreativo flying high in the A division.

Recreativo: Whitehead, Billson-Smith, Semper, Bolger, Brown, Dervisoglu, Madden, Merrells. Subs: O’Flaherty, Fitzgerald-McShane.

Angel Islington 1

Inter Markfield 0

MATTHEW O’Hara scored the only goal of the game against Inter, but they could have had five or six in a dominant attacking display which yielded their first win of the season at Market Road.

Angel: Gray, Benstead, Gadsdon, White, Flanagan, Kelly, Molla, O’Hara, Cruise.

Isledon Wolves 2

Regent’s Park 0

WOLVES made it four wins from four to stay top of the table.

Abul Mansaray hit his first for Isledon to give them the lead going into the second half, before Durim Sslaminku added a second with a fierce drive.

Isledon Wolves: Katsigazi, Bheekhun, Boyall, Couzins, McDonald, Protheroe, Sslaminku, Louisele, Mansaray, Jones, Rankin, Gyebi.

Isledon Wolves 0

A Class 1

A Class Under-12s underlined their 
title credentials by pulling Wolves apart in a one-sided encounter.

A Class scrambled an early goal and, despite an impressive display from Mark Ikua, Wolves were unable to find their way back into the game.

Isledon Wolves: Walsh, Hanifan, Stipanovsky, Woollard, Righelato, Mason, Lee, Ferguson-Boon, Rice, Ikua, Osmani.

The Heath 6

Admiral Youth 0

THE Heath tore Admiral apart with a scintillating display at Market Road.

Dion Sfarca netted a hat-trick while James Taylor struck twice, and 
Cameron Hannah was also on target.

Angel Islington 4

Regent’s Park 2

FRANKIE Scott’s hat-trick led Angel Under-11s to the points against Regent’s Park.

JoJo Bear-Nicastro grabbed the other Angel goal as they coasted home.

Angel Under-11s: Malasi, Doyle, Clay-Tyler, Spencer, Greene, Bear-Nicastro, Perry, Scott, Watts.

Hampstead 0

Lyndhurst 2

LYNDHURST Under-13s were made to work all the way for their win against Hampstead after taking the lead through Danny Leonard.

The second half saw both teams creating chances, with Lyndhurst hitting a second through Nathan Wanzola.

Lyndhurst: O’Garro, Madden, Crean-White, Grimberg, Benoiton, Cushing, Chohan, Leonard, Walters, Mafuta, Wanzola.

Chapel 1

Hampstead 0

CHAPEL Under-10s striker Jace Osinaike scored the all-important winner just before half-time against Hampstead.

Defender Jared O’Donnell was in fine form, blocking Hampstead’s attacking play to earn the man of the match award and giving his side a deserved win.

Chapel: Hartles, Osborn, Lusardi, O’Donnell, James, Swash, Needs, Osinaike, Bailey, Bainning, Vargerson.

Islington Admiral Youth 3

Peel 3

AN entertaining game saw Admiral Under-14s held to a draw by Peel.

Ian Smith, Harry Wright and Kelsen Newell each got on the scoresheet as Admiral’s football continues to improve.

Islington Admiral Youth: Tucker, Millard, Ridgley, Warren, Wright, I Smith, Coleman, Ponting, N Smith, Maya, Lutonado, Newell, Mbemba.

Islington Admiral Youth 3

Crown & Manor 0

JOSH Smith turned in a match-
winning performance with two goals for Admiral Under-13s against Crown & Manor.

Henry Kasongo grabbed the other goal, while Christopher Dobson also produced an impressive display for the victors.

Islington Admiral: O’Hara, Addo, Hayes, Cane, Apple, Husseyen, Bailey, Smith, Dundon, Dobson, McKee, Mustafa, Kasongo, 
Holloway, Ismail.


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