Shamplina late show
AN EXTRA-TIME strike from Paul Shamplina earned Faithfold A victory over arch-rivals North-West Neasden A in the second round of the Peter Morrison Trophy.
The former Camden Park player struck in a 4-3 win after efforts from Graham Evans, Simon Corney and David Lederman in normal time. Matt Stock, Lee Cash and Ryan Sher scored for Neasden.
A goal from Darren Bloom confirmed Faithfold B’s place in round three after a 2-1 extra-time win over Rapid Banta B. Dan Howard had put Faithfold ahead but Jeff Gross levelled.
An Assi Avital hat-trick and Shlomi Cohen strike ensured Golders Green overcame London Maccabi Lions Masters 4-2.
Trebles from Simon White and James Naylor steered Southgate Harmen B to a 6-2 win over Real MAL.
In the JC MSFL premier division, a Jonny Connick free-kick helped Hillgar Athletic end Hendon United A’s 100 per cent record. Motti Korman was Hendon’s scorer in the 1-1 draw.
Ben Sheldon (2), Daniel Levenfiche, Ashley Davidson and Gavin Hodes were on target as North London Raiders A claimed their first league win, a 5-1 success over Glenthorne United.
North-West Neasden B are third place in Division 1 thanks to strikes from Adam Klein, Stevie Krein, Jonny Haik and an own goal in the 4-0 drubbing of Oakwood EDRS B.
Chigwell Athletic B made it nine out of nine, Daniel Gordon, Jamie Fox, Glenn Davis and Lee Grodent converting in the 4-2 win over Hendon United.
Hugh Mark was Holy Mount Zion’s matchwinner in the 1-0 victory over Division 2 leaders Redbridge Jewish Care B.
Liam Stein (3) and Daniel Orgel (2) put Redbridge Jewish Care C top of Division 4 following a 5-2 success at Team JLGB.