Published: 16 February, 2012
by STEVE BARNETT
ISLEDON Wolves overcame the wintery weather to net a hat-trick of good results at Market Road in Islington.
The club’s Under-11s side were red-hot in front of goal as they recorded a 3-0 win over St Pancras.
Twins Deon and Nicky Marshall both hit the back of the net, before Kyroe Omar-Brandy scored the goal of the game with a brilliantly struck free-kick.
Wolves keeper Teon Levy-Wright was voted player-of-the-match after making a fantastic save to keep a clean sheet, while his assured handling and distribution skills were a key factor in the victory.
Isledon’s Under-12s closed in on the title with a 1-1 draw against Pro Touch Soccer Academy Red. Jayden Rose capped a magnificent display with a vital goal for Wolves.
And a strike from Eliezer Kafuti saw Isledon’s Under-13s secure a 1-0 win over Football De Salao on Tuesday.