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Isiah sparks double glory

11 May, 2017 — By Steve Barnett

Double cup winners Camden Elite

STAR striker Isiah Kinsiona led Camden Elite to cup glory on Saturday when he scored seven goals in two finals to help his club net a delightful double in the Camden and Coram’s Fields Football Youth League.

The unstoppable goal-getter scored a hat-trick as Elite beat Canada Blanch 7-3 to win the Under-10s League Cup.

Under-8s cup runners-up Muswell Hill

Two goals from team-mate Theo Bonderenko and strikes from Joshua Okoronkwo and Revin Domi completed Elite’s goal glut. Canada Blanch played their part in a thrilling final thanks to two goals from Henry Robertson and a neat finish from Khali Jamili.

Kinsiona went one better in the Under-11s cup final, scoring four as Elite ran out 5-1 victors against Muswell Hill. Domi was also on target again as the all-conquering Camden crew wrapped up their double.

Under-8s League Cup winners MGA

There was plenty of reasons for Canada Blanch to celebrate, too, as they beat European Football Academy to win the Under-9s League Cup.

The victorious Under-9s cup kings Canada Blanch

Dani Fernandez bagged a brace while Iago Popov and Marlow Christopher were also on target in a 4-3 win.

Faris Abdu was unlucky to be on the losing side after scoring a hat-trick for European Football Academy.

Under-9s cup runners-up European Football Academy

There was also glory for Michael Graham Academy (MGA), who won 2-1 against Muswell Hill to win the Under-8s League Cup.

Under-11s cup runners-up Muswell Hill

League coordinator Abul Koyar said: “It was a fantastic day. All the teams played free-flowing football and really entertained the crowds who turned up to show their support.”


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