Darnelle Abraham nets another treble to inspire latest rout for FC Leytonstone under-14s in Hackney Marshes Youth League Red
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Lemons under-14 B team thrash Vallance 6-1 in Hackney Marshes Youth League Blue encounter with Mahi Syeed hitting a hat-trick
Darnelle Abraham hit another hat-trick for FC Leytonstone under-14s in their latest Hackney Marshes Youth League Red encounter on Saturday.
Munuf Abrham’s talented group of players triumphed 11-1 over Young Hackney to maintain their excellent form.
While Abraham’s treble took the plaudits, it was another impressive team display with six other players on target.
Dawood Nouman and Zine Eddine grabbed braces with William Kyua, Zeph Tokassi, Rui Casquiha and Mo Sheekh getting on the scoresheet to cap an excellent afternoon for the young Lemons.
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Manager Abrham said: “It was another excellent performance by the boys to continue our unbeaten run.
“We need to carry on this good form. The boys are working really hard at training and the atmosphere within the team is great.”
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Leytonstone’s under-14 B team also claimed a victory in their Hackney Marshes Youth League Blue match against Vallance, with Mahi Syeed the star of the show after hitting a treble.
Amir Mahamud, Adam Kothia and Jamal Burgess also found the net in the 6-1 success.
Syeed hit an early brace and Lemons were on fire in the first half with Mahamud, Kothia and Burgess on target.
The second period was always going to be about concentration and although Leytonstone conceded once, they impressed their coaches and kept their recent good form going.