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Ruthless Angel Islington lay waste to The Heath

PUBLISHED: 17:37 26 February 2014 | UPDATED: 17:37 26 February 2014

Angel Islington U9s

Angel Islington U9s

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Angel Islington hotshot Billy Osborn grabbed a brace as the Under-nines saw off The Heath 4-2 in the Camden & Islington Youth League, with Teddy Shields and Aaron Bhasin also on target.

Osborn also netted five times in Angel’s Cheshunt Youth League success against Edmonton United, with Bhasin adding a half-volley and Will Reilly rounding off a 7-1 thrashing.

Julian Sarmiento scored the only goal of the game with a powerful header to earn Angel Under-11s the points against Regent’s Park. Defensive rock Alex Gibson was Angel’s man of the match.

Albert Nisse’s strike was enough to give Angel Under-10s a 1-0 success against Futebol de Salao.

Billy Flynn and Louis Hofferer both scored twice as Isledon Wolves Under-12s produced their best performance of the season to overcome A Class 4-2.

Flynn opened the scoring and, although A Class equalised, Hofferer made it 2-1 before Flynn lobbed the goalkeeper for his second goal.

Hofferer scored again before A Class pulled back a consolation. Stand-in keeper Ben Barlow, who made three excellent saves, was Wolves’ man of the match.

Keiron Loughney’s free-kick finally broke down Lyndhurst’s stubborn resistance as Isledon Wolves Under-14s won 1-0 to stay in contention for the title.

Ethan Irvine and Herbie Lea-Bramble both went close to increasing Wolves’ lead as they struck the woodwork.

Oscar Phillips smashed a hat-trick as Isledon Wolves’ Channons Under-nines turned on the style by hammering Futebol de Salao 7-1.

Jesse Aldridge netted twice, while Tyson Mcintosh was also on the mark and Shay Cronin scored direct from a corner. At the other end, goalkeeper Shelton Poku-Nyako pulled off a string of excellent saves.

Lyndhurst FC are holding trials for players in school years 1 and 2 to join next season’s Under-eight Saturday morning team at Market Road. For more information, call Bobby on 07760 155 018.


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