Four-goal Bomboko is the hero for in-form Hampstead

GREGORY Bomboko was the only name on the score sheet for Hampstead Under-13Bs in their 4-2 win over Lyndhurst in the Harrow League on Saturday. Bomboko grabbed all four goals to hand Hampstead maximum points. And Hampstead Under-10s – last year s Regent s

GREGORY Bomboko was the only name on the score sheet for Hampstead Under-13Bs in their 4-2 win over Lyndhurst in the Harrow League on Saturday.

Bomboko grabbed all four goals to hand Hampstead maximum points.

And Hampstead Under-10s - last year's Regent's Park champions - finally won a game in the their new league with a 2-0 success against Ruislip Rangers.

Other results: Under 13A 1 Bessingby Park Rangers 3, Under 15s 3 Pitshanger 6.


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In the Regent's Park League the Under-8s hammered The Hill 8-0.

Jonathan Kovak and Shane Farrell each bagged a hat-trick in the decisive victory.

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Other results: Under-11 Tigers 4 Belsize 2, Hawks 1 PT Lithgow 2, Under-15s 2 Oxford Kilburn 3.

In the Camden & Islington League the Under-11s hammered Admiral Islington 7-2 to notch their fifth win in five games.

And Hampstead Under-13s shared six goals in a thrilling draw against FDS

In the Home Counties Girls league the Under-10's failed to hit the target in their 1-0 loss to Enfield Rangers.

l Meanwhile, the under-strength Hampstead Under-12 girls won the Regent's Park Tournament at the Regent's Park Hub on Sunday.

Hampstead, missing several regular players because of injury and illness, netted 34 times while keeping a clean sheet in each of their six games to clinch victory.

The Under-10s capped a remarkable day for Hampstead when they finished runners-up.

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