Unbeaten Unity share the points with league leaders

PUBLISHED: 15:52 26 November 2014 | UPDATED: 15:52 26 November 2014

FC Unity Under-15s

FC Unity Under-15s


Cory Bailey and Reese Rumsey were both on target as FC Unity Under-15s did enough to secure a 2-2 draw with Camden & Islington League leaders Fusion.

Harry Grubbs and Sadek Rahman also turned in impressive performances for Unity, who remain undefeated in league matches this season.

Hat-tricks from Rees Jones and Nicholas O’Hara helped Unity Under-12s to shrug off their injury problems with a resounding 8-1 win over Angel Islington.

Harry Smith and Emmanuel Makaya were also on target for Unity, while Serak Seyoum and Jacob Saurez also caught the eye in an outstanding team display.

Goals from Jesse Aldridge, Oscar Phillips and Roussard Ferretti earned Isledon Wolves Under-nines a 3-0 success against West End.

At the other end of the pitch, goalkeeper Sheldon Poku-Nyarko produced some excellent saves as the Wolves maintained their unbeaten record.

Isledon Wolves Under-10s paid the price for wasting their chances as they crashed to a 3-1 defeat against The Hill.

Sidney Kershaw-Shirley netted Wolves’ only goal, while The Hill created three chances and converted all of them. Caleb Jackson and Cameron Paul were Wolves’ best performers.

Two defensive errors sentenced Isledon Wolves Channons Under-10s to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Westway.

JJ Connor worked hard and created a number of opportunities, while Adam Cane and Nabel Ahmed also shone in a disappointing Channons performance.

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