Youth Football: Brent under-11 boys do the double over Hounslow rivals

PUBLISHED: 16:00 31 January 2018

The Brent under-11 boys football team face the camera (pic: Brent Schools FA)

The Brent under-11 boys football team face the camera (pic: Brent Schools FA)


Youngsters picked up wins in two matches against their near-neighbours

Brent under-11s got the better of their Hounslow rivals with victory in two recent fixtures away to their near-neighbours.

In the first match, which was a rearranged London Cup tie, Brent were able to secure a 2-1 triumph through superb goals from Jahlani Kildare and Kassa Campbell.

The second game was in the Middlesex League, with the visitors winning 2-0 after Shayden Joseph-Pond and captain Karol Gvdmak found the target for the Brent boys.

“The team have been working very hard in training and were rewarded with two great results,” said Brent coach Joe Pascoe.

Brent will hope to bulld on the fine wins over Hounslow with more success in their upcoming fixtures over the next few months.

Brent: Carvell Bennett, Eoin Gallagher, Shayden Joseph-Pond, Kassa Campbell, Karol Gvdmak, Kaden Collins, Jahlani Kildare, James Roche, Rian Chotai, Zion Rose, Jeremie Keya, Alexandros Savva, Risenth Sivakumar, Thady Sheehan, Mohamed Bouhaltite-Soulaimane, Nuha Sawo.

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