Lusardi double sets up second league win for Isledon Wolves
PUBLISHED: 17:15 22 October 2014 | UPDATED: 17:15 22 October 2014
Alfie Lusardi grabbed a brace as Isledon Wolves Under-14s defeated West End 3-0 to make it two wins out of two in the Camden & Islington League.
In-form Mo Asam added the third goal for Wolves, while there were also impressive performances from Jamie White-Sanches and Nicky Marshall.
Lyes Djellali rattled in seven goals as Isledon Wolves Under-eights beat Highbury Wolves by an astonishing 18-0 margin.
Faris Boukli netted a hat-trick, while Henley Wheeler, Louie Hartley and Frankie Phillips all scored twice. Man of match Tristan Baker was also on target and an own goal completed the rout.
Isledon Wolves Under-nines stunned St John’s Wood with five goals in the first 10 minutes before eventually running out 6-2 winners.
Tyson McIntosh scored twice, with Jesse Aldridge, Roussard Ferretti and the lively Oscar Phillips also on the mark. Wolves’ sixth came from an own goal after Aldridge’s ball was deflected into the net.
Isledon Wolves Channons Under-10s allowed the lead to slip as they went down 2-1 with a battling performance against Primrose Hill.
Jahrell Sekera-Campbell put Channons in front, but they failed to build on that and two defensive mistakes allowed Primrose Hill to take the points. Leo Roberts and Adam Cane produced impressive displays.
Poor defending proved costly for Isledon Wolves Channons Under-nines, who conceded four times from corners and were hammered 7-1 by Sapo Verde.
Calvin Williams netted a consolation goal for Channons, while Alexander O’Connor and Lewi Hollis were their stand-out performers.
Man of the match Rees Jones registered a double as FC Unity Under-12s overcame Sapo Verde 6-1 for their second successive victory.
Harry Smith, Alfie Little, Jacob Suarez and Eli Graham all added their names to the scoresheet, while Serak Seyoum and Alex Gibson were outstanding in defence.
Dwayne Guntimehin’s brace helped FC Unity Under-15s maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign with a 4-0 success against Westway.
Rhys Rumsey and Cory Bailey were also on target for Unity, who ran out comfortable winners.
Dylan Simson was the star performer for Angel Islington, scoring one of their goals as they defeated rivals Chapel Youth 3-1, with Peter Angelov and Callum Webdale also finding the net.
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