Isledon Wolves hit six against Regent’s Park

Six players got their names on the scoresheet as Isledon Wolves’ Under-14s rounded off a good week with a strong team display to beat Regent’s Park 6-1 in the Camden & Islington Youth League.

The influential Ethan Irvine was on target, along with Bradley Carrete, Herbie Lea-Bramble, Harvey Lea-Bramble, Max Sutton and Josh Kennedy-Bell.

Jesse Aldridge led the way with a hat-trick as Wolves’ Under-eights overcame Football De Salle 7-1, with Tyson Mcintosh and Oscar Phillips both scoring twice.

Wolves’ Under-nines defeated Football De Salle 3-0, with Alessandro Hunter putting them ahead. Sidney Kershaw-Shirley’s well-taken finish and an own goal completed the scoring.

Kayden Newell netted the equaliser as Wolves Under-12s fought back for a 1-1 draw with St Pancras, while goalkeeper Adnam Menhal made a string of fine saves.


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Ibrahim Rashid grabbed a brace to give Wolves’ Under-15s a 2-0 half-time lead against Islington Admiral United, who battled back to clinch a 2-2 draw.

Sang Pierre Gomez struck a hat-trick for Wolves’ Under-15s in the Harrow Youth League, with Jendrick Loschner also on target in a 4-0 victory at Mill Hill Village.

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Substitute Peter Angelov netted twice to secure a 3-1 victory for Angel Islington Under-10s against CM Futsal, with Callum Webdale also on the scoresheet.

Freddie Brennan found the net on his birthday for Angel Under-nines, with captain Teddy Shields also scoring to clinch a 2-2 draw with Abbey Youth.

The Angel boys fought out another 2-2 draw against Belsize, with Aaron Bhasin and Henley Cheeseman on target and the unlucky Charlie Colson hitting the post three times.

In the Cheshunt Youth League, Angel Under-10s beat Edmonton United Red 4-0, with Casey Christou grabbing a hat-trick.

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