School Sport: The Hall beat Highgate in ISFA Cup derby

PUBLISHED: 15:00 15 November 2018

The Hall School and Highgate line up before their big cup derby

The Hall School and Highgate line up before their big cup derby


Hampstead’s The Hall School got the better of Highgate in their ISFA U13 Cup derby on Monday to book a place in the last 16.

Guy Silver volleyed into the roof of the net from Chrisian Ho-Asjoe’s cross to open the scoring in the first half.

And Noah Basden poked in a second after a goalmouth scramble, before Silver played a pinpoint pass to Jamie Marks who beat three players in the box and slotted home the goal of the game.

Highgate hit back from a free-kick with 10 minutes left to set up a nervy finish, but right-back Oliver Wright went on a rampaging run and crossed for substitute Paddy Challis to stroke in at the near post to the delight of a 200-strong crowd.

Lucas Payne and Wright also hit the crossbar, while Silver missed a penalty, and director of sport Chris MacFarlane said: “Both teams played really well and we’re glad we can look forward to the next round. Fingers crossed it’s a home draw.”

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