Football: Camden & Regent’s Park Youth League Recap
Published: 13 October, 2011
by STEVE BARNETT
The Heath continued their high-scoring start to the season on Saturday with a
5-1 win over Totally Goal.
George Stephens scored twice, while Cameron Hannah, Jean Michel Kabongo and Dion Sfarca also all found the back of the net.
The Heath have now scored an impressive 29 goals in just three games.
STAR player Kyran Henderson was on target as FC Sapo Verde beat Belsize Youth
4-2 on Saturday.
Two goals from Derek Do Valle and a strike from Louis McGovern wrapped up the win for the newly-formed side.
GOAL-GETTER Rafiq Khaleel scored twice as The Heath put on a five-star performance against Impack FC on Saturday.
Lee Whaley and Curtis Whelan also got on the score-sheet, while an own-goal completed an impressive 5-0 victory.
The result makes it back-to-back wins for The Heath following their 12-1 victory over MFC Sharks.
FC SAPO VERDE started their season in style on Saturday with a commanding victory over Plot Ten FC. Mustafa Farah struck twice, while Alastair Schenkel and Johan Than were also on target in a 4-1 win.
Deon Marshall scored a quickfire hat-trick as Isledon Wolves netted their biggest win of the season on Friday. Jack Cheeseman and Teon Levy-Wright were also on target as Wolves wrapped up a 5-0 win over Chapel Boys.
Anthony O’Malley’s late strike kept Angel Islington’s unbeaten start to the season intact on Friday. His neat finish rescued a point against The Heath in a 1-1 draw.
Angel Islington bounced back from their defeat against Somers Town with a convincing 3-0 win over Lyndhurst on Friday. Henry White opened the scoring before Frankie Chandler bagged a brace, one of which came via the penalty spot.
Beyond the Borough
Harrow Youth League
SHARPSHOOTER Bassam Menhal struck six times as Isledon Wolves sealed a 14-0 victory over AFC West London on Sunday in the Under-13s Harrow Youth League Cup.
Tommy Righelato chipped in with a hat-trick, while Eliezer Kafuti grabbed a brace.
Taylor Montgomery and Tyreiss Burton both celebrated their first goals for the club, before Mani Maharjan completed the rout.
IT was a case of the Wolves mauling the Tigers on Sunday as Isledon stormed to an 8-0 victory in the Harrow League.
Kelsen Newell hit a fine hat-trick, while Kadeem Gutzmore and Abdul Mansaray both grabbed two goals each.
Malik Smith completed the demolition of London Tigers, making it three wins on the spin for Isledon Wolves.
Cheshunt Youth League
Angel Islington were in seventh heaven at the weekend as they beat Lea Valley United in the Under-11s Division.
Ronnie Benstead and Joe Cadden scored two goals each, while captain Tommy Tumbridge, Joelle Shayemi and Joe Clare also all found the back of the net in a 7-0 win.
Under-15s League Cup
CAMDEN’S Locomotive Youth netted one of the biggest wins of the weekend as they beat Norsemen 17-0 in the second round of the Under-15s Cheshunt Youth League Cup.
Top scorer Ej Gyebi led the charge with a double hat-trick, closely followed by Charles Prince who scored four.
Arron Hammond netted a brace, while Reuben Hinkson, Jake Casey, Rushane Cornette-Brown, Ryan Salter and George Fitzsimmons also all scored.