Swaby and D’Souza on target as Brent Under-15s maintain unbeaten run

PUBLISHED: 16:15 02 November 2016 | UPDATED: 00:42 03 November 2016

Brent Under-15s came from behind against Hillingdon to win 2-1 and keep their unbeaten record in tact.

Brent Under-15s came from behind against Hillingdon to win 2-1 and keep their unbeaten record in tact.


Brent Under-15s maintained their 100 per cent record this season as they came from behind to beat Hillingdon and record their third straight win.

The visitors started the brighter and were rewarded for that after just four minutes, making it 1-0 from the penalty spot.

Brent were then forced to substitute goalkeeper David Krupinski four minutes later after a heavy challenge, with Alan Kochanowicz replacing him.

The hosts reacted well to going a goal down, with Drillon Krasniqi’s free-kick blocked, before Felix Amoah held off several defenders to tee up Shammar Swaby – who expertly despatched the ball into the right corner of the net to make it 1-1 on 17 minutes.

Five minutes later and the turnaround was complete, with Amoah grabbing his second assist of the match.

He fed Dominic D’Souza, who in turn cut inside the Hillingdon defender and emphatically smashed the ball home from outside the area to give Brent the lead.

There was to be no way back for the visitors in the second half despite a valiant effort, with Brent deservedly winning the contest.

Elsewhere, Shakira Kafero-Roberts notched a double as Brent Under-11 girls secured an impressive 3-0 victory at a previously unbeaten West Kent.

Kafero-Roberts scored either side of the break, while Nia Bowman ‘s first-ever Brent goal put a real gloss on the scoreline.

- Brent star Dominic D’Souza scored a hat-trick as AFC Wembley Under-15s thrashed Pinner Albion 7-1 on their travels, winning their first league game of the season.

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