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Debutant Darius inspires Cons to victory

PUBLISHED: 16:29 04 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:27 24 August 2010

NEASDEN FOUNDATION V WILLESDEN CONSTANTINE
PHOTO'S BY GERARD FARRELL / DZ PICS
DATE: 26/01/2008.
TEL: 07831-396-923.
 
WILLESDEN'S IAN STEELE.

NEASDEN FOUNDATION V WILLESDEN CONSTANTINE PHOTO'S BY GERARD FARRELL / DZ PICS DATE: 26/01/2008. TEL: 07831-396-923. WILLESDEN'S IAN STEELE.

GERARD FARRELL / DZ PICS

DARIUS Ellington scored on his debut as Willesden Constantine finally wrapped up their first win since September. In an outstanding Willesden performance, Ellington cheekily chipped home his side s second goal early in the second half after Labi Krasniqi...

DARIUS Ellington scored on his debut as Willesden Constantine finally wrapped up their first win since September.

In an outstanding Willesden performance, Ellington cheekily chipped home his side's second goal early in the second half after Labi Krasniqi had cancelled out Deportivo's first-half opener.

Willesden created a hatful of chances throughout a one-sided contest against the Middlesex Counties League's basement club, with Daniel Gayle firing wide and Lamine Krasniqi also missing the target.

After Ellington put his side in front, Lamine Krasniqi capped off a wonderful flowing move involving Marlon Cockrane and Ian Steele (pictured, left) to smash the ball into the corner for 3-1.

And with the home side in disarray in the closing stages, Labi Krasniqi added the fourth from close range to put the seal on a terrific afternoon for Willesden.

Delighted Willesden assistant manager Jeff Clement said: "It was a fantastic win, and so important for our season. This is the first time this season I can say I'm happy with the performance, scoreline, everything.

"Now we have to continue doing the same things we did in this match. The players can't afford to sit back. They have to work for it, and they know that.


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