ACTON EALING WHISTLERS: The U13 As battled hard to overcome St Josephs A 4-1. St Josephs deservedly led in the first half and would have increased their lead,but for keeper Duncan Brookfield making two acrobatic saves.
Whistlers started positively in the second half with Eden Miller cutting in from the left and driving the ball home from 20 yards. Marsell Bascombe made it 2-1 after exchanging passes with Kenny Harper. Bascombe increased the lead latching on to a Nathan Denty pass. Saleh Zaheer completed the scoring, stabbing home an Eden Miller free kick which was flicked on by Josue Ngandu. Jack Hutt was man of the match for his outstanding display at the centre of defence.
EALING RANGERS: The U15s lost 4-1 away to Hayes Youth in a game they should have won by half time. They paid the price for a series of missed chances in a goalless first half and the deadlock was broken when Hayes scored from a headed corner. Ealing hit a post, then on the break Hayes scored a second goal. A third and fourth were added all too easily before Gregory Sykes scored a late consolation goal for Rangers.
HANWELL TOWN: The U9s lost their latest Soccer Sevens match 2-1 at home to Ruislip Rangers. Hanwell had to win to stay in the hunt for the title, but the game got away from them in the last five minutes. Town went a goal down 10 minutes before halftime. Khalis Ebanks hit the crossbar just before half-time but Town were level after the break thanks to a tremendous individual goal from man-of the match Tyreece Germain-Andrews. The game seemed to be heading for a draw,but Rangers snatched a late winner. Anyone wanting to play for Hanwell on Saturday mornings can log on to www.hanwelltownsoccerschool.co.uk for information.
LARKSPUR ROVERS: Larkspur Rovers U12 As beat Court Park Colts 3-1 in their Harrow Youth League on Sunday. Larks looked up for the game straight from the whistle,but it was Colts who scored first on 16 minutes and looked set to take the lead into the break until a long range shot into the top corner from Reece Dixon made it all square at the break. Arjun Majithia made it 2-1 to Larks 18 minutes into the second half and made sure of the win with a well taken goal by
Jay Jhamat. Larkspur U8s staged a great fightback against Hayes Youth. Three down in 15 minutes, they turned it around with a Louie Harvey hat-trick and one from Daniel Cunha to make it 4-3 to Larks. In their other weekend game, the Us beat Pitshanger 4-1. The Pits led against the run of play,but after hitting the post three times,Larks got their rewards with an equaliser from Cunha. Harvey then bagged himself another hat-trick to close the game out.