Isledon Wolves Channons hit six to clinch championship
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Mearga Tesfai scored the pick of the goals as Isledon Wolves Channons Under-13s swept aside Somers Town Future 6-1 to wrap up the B league championship.
Terrell Lawrence-Newton seized on a loose ball to open the scoring and man of the match Tesfai made it 2-0 after half-time, breaking on the left and cutting inside to arrow an unstoppable drive into the STF net.
Michael Diver, Mo Asam, Jay Matate and Joel Chileshe added further goals to put their team out of sight, although STF did manage to pull back a consolation.
Sammy Kisunga struck a brace to take Wolves Under-13s’ A team joint top of the table with a 3-1 win over Regent’s Park.
The tall, powerful Kisunga presented problems for the Regent’s defence throughout and took his goals well, while a precise finish from the lively Alfie Lusardi sealed victory.
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Alexander Sutton grabbed the winner for Wolves Under-15s as they gained a deserved 2-1 victory against Recreativo Juniors.
In an open, attacking game, Ibs Rashid put Wolves in front and, although Recreativo equalised, Sutton converted Bassam Menhal’s corner to make certain of the points.
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Goalkeeper Ben Barlow made several fine saves to keep the scoreline down as Wolves Under-12s succumbed to a 5-0 beating by St Pancras.
Barlow, along with the hard-working Alper Isik, were the only Wolves players to emerge with much credit as the rampant Saints cruised to a comfortable win.
Koby Walters scored a first-half hat-trick for Chapel Youth Under-10s – and Zion Abbot matched that achievement after the break in their 10-0 hammering of Highbury Wolves.
Wolves also conceded two own goals, while further strikes from Robbie Brown and Jack Whisker completed the rout. At the other end of the pitch, Albie Cooper’s efforts ensured that Chapel kept a clean sheet.
Chapel also beat Crown & Manor 3-0, with Walters opening the scoring before Abbot and a late solo goal from skipper Mason McBride sealed the points.
Angel Islington Under-11s stayed joint top of the table after their 3-0 win over Admiral, with Julian Sarmiento’s clinical finish putting them ahead at half-time.
Ertugrul Dincer and Sid Taylor were both on target after the break as Angel continued to dominate.
A first-half strike from Peter Angelov was enough to put Angel Under-10s into the Development Cup final as they overcame Soccerscool.
Joe White netted a hat-trick and Zak Miles added a brace as A Class Under-15s defeated Islington Admiral 6-0.
Dylan Bolister rounded off the scoring, while goalkeeper Ben Thompson kept another clean sheet.
Lyndhurst Lions Under-16s produced one of their best performances of the season to triumph 4-1 against Somers Town.
Tommy Smith’s 25-yarder broke the deadlock and Felix Romer made it 2-0, with further goals from Brody Walters and Harry Cole wrapping up the win.
Callum Cushing was the Lions’ man of the match.