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Football: Brent boys in seventh heaven

PUBLISHED: 12:00 22 November 2017

Brent under-12s face the camera

Brent under-12s face the camera

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Brent under-12s romped to a 7-1 win over Hounslow in their Middlesex Cup meeting.

They were without their regular goalkeeper and fell behind in the first half.

But they bounced back thanks to a hat-trick from Shyon, with Camron, Miguel and Clever also on target.

The under-11s recorded their first win of the season thanks to a good performance against a determined Ealing side in their Middlesex Cup encoutner.

Brent gave debuts to three players and made the breakthrough with a nine finish by Kaden, who was standing in as captain for the unwell Karol.

But other chances went begging and the match remained in the balance until Jahlani secured a 2-0 win with a deserved goal.

Brent’s under-14 squad were unable to complete a clean sweep of wins, though, as they were edged out by the odd goal in seven by Croydon in their exciting London Cup tie.

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