YOUTH FOOTBALL HANWELL TOWN: The U9s kept alive their hopes of securing the divisional title with a 3-2 win at Pinnstars in their final game of the season. They must now wait and hope rivals drop points in their final games.
Town took the lead through man of the match Tyreece Alphonso, who tucked away a beautiful pass after five minutes for his first goal of the season.
Soon after, Nat Rose made it 2-0 and Town looked home and dry at half-time.
A great cross from Rose was turned in by Khalis Ebanks for number three but two quick goals towards the end made Hanwell fret for the points. Jake Sobalak held things firm at the back.
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LARKSPUR ROVERS: The U13s beat Kensington Dragons 9-0 at home to secure the Harrow Youth League Division Four title and finish the season unbeaten.
Stevie Moore and Ryan Lynch helped themselves to two goals each and Mitchell Arnold, Edward Deeney, Ciaran Nolan, Jack Pitcher and Luke Lipscombe added to the final score.
Kensington never gave up but Larkspur's midfield dominance helped them retain most of the possession.
Man of the match was Edward Deeney with his ball winning and skilful passing in midfield.
THEY may be world champions, but Old Actonians Youth FC gave the Italians a run for their money at a recent mini-tournament.
Visitors from the Scuola Calcio Federale FIGC (Catania Grassroots Football Academy) arrived from Sicily for the tournament at Old As on Monday. Under 10 and U13 sides battled it out in a typical England versus Italy type contest, which included national shirts, flags and anthems.