St Panteleimon crowned champions

PUBLISHED: 16:00 01 May 2018

St Panteleimon in action against Mile End Rangers (Pic: Anastasios Salapatas)

St Panteleimon in action against Mile End Rangers (Pic: Anastasios Salapatas)


St. Panteleimon has been crowned champions of the Middlesex County League Division One after sealing a 7-0 victory against Mile End Rangers.

The club has dedicated its championship to founder, sponsor and treasurer Pani Argyrou whose funeral will be held on May, 9.

A minute’s applause at the beginning by both teams and the referee, to honour the memory of Pani, began the emotional day.

Nick Salapatas scored the opener with a strong finish that sent relief and joy through the team.

A mistake by the Mile End keeper gave Noyan Nakbakhsh the second with a tap in.

Ayub Albadri flying down the right wing with his distinctive pace and style, placed the ball to make it 0-3, in the first minute of the second half.

Then Roberto Katsikas scored a hat-trick to make it 0-6 before Noyan Tajkbakhsh made it 0-7 with a rocket shot on the run.

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