Fusion hit double figures against Westway to seal championship
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Hat-tricks for Will Murphy and Eofu Razin helped Fusion Under-15s to clinch the Camden & Islington League title in style as they hammered Westway 11-2.
Shane Cooke chipped in with a brace, while Shaun Ajayi and Hector Marshall were also on target and an own goal completed the scoring for Fusion.
The newly-crowned champions finished off their season with a 2-2 draw against League Cup winners FC Unity.
Murphy and Argent Smith scored the Fusion goals, while Khomani Traill netted two excellent free-kicks in reply. Harry Grub, Sadek Rahmen and Cory Bailey all put in impressive performances for Unity.
FC Unity Under-12s went goal crazy as they crowned their treble-winning campaign with a colossal 26-3 thrashing of Angel Islington.
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Emmanuel Makaye netted four times, while there were hat-tricks for Harry Smith, Serak Seyoum, Roger Flores, and Alfie Little. Nicholas O’Hara, Ala Ezzedine, and Rees Jones scored two apiece, with Eli Graham and Cameron Saunders completing the rout.
Isledon Wolves Under-14s added the League Cup to their championship success after coming from behind twice to defeat AFC 5-2.
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AFC sliced through Wolves’ defence to go in front, but Deon Marshall and Sammy Kisunga combined to set up Alfie Lusardi for the equaliser before AFC regained the lead.
A superb save by Freddy Akguc kept his side in the game and Nicky Marshall beat two defenders to make it 2-2 before teeing up Dewar for a well-disguised finish.
A rocket by man of the match Deon Marshall gave Wolves their fourth goal and Dewar wrapped up the double with number five.