Darnelle Abraham hits six in FC Leytonstone’s Hackney rout

FC Leytonstone�s under-14s (left to right) Adam Patel, Darnelle Abraham, Mo Sheek, Zindine Goua, Owe

FC Leytonstone�s under-14s (left to right) Adam Patel, Darnelle Abraham, Mo Sheek, Zindine Goua, Oweruku Koffi, Isahq Mohammad, William Kyaw, Nana Boateng, Rui Pedro Casquinha (pic: Munuf Abraham). - Credit: Archant

Success for the Lemons’ under-14 and under-14 B team in the Hackney Marshes Youth Leagues

Adam Kothia, Jahmal Burgess, Abbas Mohammed who play for the Leytonstone under-14 B team (pic: Munuf

Adam Kothia, Jahmal Burgess, Abbas Mohammed who play for the Leytonstone under-14 B team (pic: Munuf Abraham). - Credit: Archant

Darnelle Abraham scored just the six goals on Saturday for FC Leytonstone’s under-14s in the Hackney Marshes Saturday Youth League Red.

Nana Boateng helped himself to a hat-trick off the bench as Lemons enjoyed a 15-0 success over Hackney Reds.

Rui Pedo Casquinha, Adam Patel, Mo Shaikh, Oweruku Koffi, William Kyaw and captain Zindine Goua all on target.

Manager Munuf Abraham said: “This was a much improved performance from and an impressive display of football.


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“Credit goes to the whole team but also goalkeeper Ishaq Mohammed and the defence for backing up a stunning attack with a clean sheet.”

The Lemons under-14 B team pulled off an excellent 6-2 success over Impoe Development in the Youth League Blue.

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It was far from straightforward, though, as they trailed by two goals after 20 minutes.

Jahmal Burgess started the comeback and an excellent strike by Abbas Mohammed made it 2-2 before Burgess put Leytonstone ahead at the break.

Adam Kothia made it 4-2 and Mohammed then completed his brace to ensure the points while Burgess had the final say to finish with a fine hat-trick.

Leytonstone’s first team had to kick their heels after their match was called off at short noice.

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