East London Barking & Dagenham Sunday League: Zulqi Khan hits six in FC Leytonstone’s rout over Reama

The Leytonstone goalscorers face the camera with left to right Zulqi Khan, Darnelle Adams, Ibrahim K

The Leytonstone goalscorers face the camera with left to right Zulqi Khan, Darnelle Adams, Ibrahim Khan, Steven Ellery, Mikael Martin, Bradley Williams & Hamza Khanzada (pic: Munaf Abhram). - Credit: Archant

Lemons under-15s had Darnelle Abrham to thank after his hat-trick inspired a 6-3 victory over Broadwater

The Leytonstone under-15 goalscorers face the camera with left to right Rui De Costa, Dawood Mohamed

The Leytonstone under-15 goalscorers face the camera with left to right Rui De Costa, Dawood Mohamed, Darnelle Abhram and William Kyaw (pic: Munaf Abhram). - Credit: Archant

Zulqi Khan had an immediate impact on his return for FC Leytonstone in the East London Barking & Dagenham Sunday League.

The striker had missed the first two matches of the season through injury, but returned against Reama and scored six times.

Munuf Abhram watched the Lemons register a 12-2 victory with several different people finding the net.

Ibrahim Khan, Bradley Williams, Darnelle Adams, Steven Ellery, Mikael Martin and Hamza Khanzada scored in the routine success.


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Leytonstone’s captain Ahmed Arab also had an excellent afternoon as he registered eight assists.

Abhram said: “I thought that we dominated the game from start to finish, we fully deserved the win and I’m absolutely delighted for the boys.”

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Leytonstone FC under-15s had much to celebrate at the weekend as they defeated Broadwater in the Hackney Marshes Youth League.

Darnelle Abrham hit a hat-trick on his debut for the Lemons to see them come from behind to take the points.

Captain Dawood Mohamed, Rui De Costa and William Kyaw found the net as well to inspire a 6-3 victory.

Kway’s effort was a fine solo strike and Abhram said: “It was an excellent performance, everyone put in a shift and well done to all the boys.”

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