EALING RANGERS: The U15's lost 1-0 at home to league leaders HillingdonYouth in a tightly contested match. In a game of few chances, keeper Danielli Parla made a great save as he parried a goalbound shot over the bar. But Hillingdon broke away quickly to score a second half goal to maintain their 100 per cent record at the top of the table.
HANWELL TOWN: In their first game after Christmas, due to waterlogged pitches,
Hanwell U9s sneaked a 1-0 win at Pitshanger. The game could have gone either way as both sides had plenty of chances. Man of the match Jake Sobalak held things firm at the back and one or two great saves from Jude Lennon also kept the scores level at halftime.The game looked to be petering out as a draw when Nat Rose popped up inside the box to snatch the winner. It was a great ball in from Tyreece Alphonso that set up the chance,but the whole team played well to get the win.
LARKSPUR ROVERS:The U8s beat Wealdstone A 2-0 after putting in a good, combative performance.Two goals from Daniel Cunha sealed the win.A man of the match performance from Liam Morrison helped keep the Wealdstone forwards at bay.
[PITSHANGER: With the wintry snow showers holding off until Sunday night, quite a few of the
Pits teams were able to fulfill fixtures at the weekend and overall, results proved satisfactory.The highlight of the weekend was the U14 As progressing to the semi-finals of the League Cup.There was a late scare as lowly Benfica threatened an upset,but Wojtek Opalinski scored a brace in a hard fought 3-2 win.Away from the cup, there were some other notable performances.The U13 As bounced back from last week's cup elimination by trouncing Harrow SM 9-0, with Jeremy Lochead scoring five and Robin Bjalon a hattrick.The U13 Bs won a promotion six-pointer 3-2 against Celtic, with Paolo Pisano scoring two.The U14 Bs continued to push hard for promotion themselves, beating Ruislip 4-1, with Mahdi Ibrahim scoring his second hattrick of the season.The U12s beat Springfield 2-0 and Henry Ivey was the four-goal hero as the U15 Bs overwhelmed Ruislip 8-2.