Mac­cabi League teams fly the flag in non-Jewish com­pe­ti­tions

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BYDANNYCARO

FOOT­BALL TWO goals from Lewis Walker plus one from David Os­sack steered Glen­thorne United into the third round of the Lon­don Cup af­ter they beat Nor­wich City Sup­port­ers Club 3-2.

A Jonny Lee dou­ble eased Cat­ford & Brom­ley Mac­cabi into the third round of the County Cup af­ter they beat Millers FC 3-0. David Lee claimed the other.

FC Team A claimed an em­phatic 4-0 suc­cess against Hack­ney Downs Afro-Caribbean FC with cap­tain Richard Sternberg, Jules Noti, Lo­rian Madanes and an own goal putting them through.

In the JC MSFL Pre­mier Di­vi­sion, ef­forts from Lee Bib­ring and Louis Bas­ger kept Lon­don Mac­cabi Li­ons A within a point of top spot af­ter beat­ing Red- bridge A 2-0. North Lon­don Raiders A won a rel­e­ga­tion six-pointer against Lon­don Mac­cabi Li­ons B. Jonny Blain and Ash­ley David­son were on the mark in the 2-1 win. Will Beres­ford replied.

A brace from cap­tain Lee Cash plus one apiece from Danny Daggers and Ryan Sher helped North West Neas­den A squeeze past Bafana Bafana 4-3. Jonny Lawrence and Seth Green hit back for Bafana.

Neas­den boss Jamie Cole said: “Bafana were a strong well or­gan­ised out­fit. We bat­tled to the end and de­served the points.”

Reign­ing cham­pi­ons Hen­don United A were made to sweat against Oak­wood EDRS A. Hav­ing beaten them 10-2 in the cor­re­spond­ing fix­ture, Jonathan Kesten­baum’s troops sneaked home 2-1 with Saul Con­way and su­per­sub Greg Corin push­ing them up the ta­ble. Danny Co­hen had equalised for Oak­wood. Chigwell B moved into sec­ond place in Di­vi­sion One af­ter over­com­ing Cam­den Park 3-0 cour­tesy of strikes from Greg Book­man (2) and Daniel Gor­don.

Joint-lead­ers Mon­tana A failed to win for the third week run­ning as Jon Mor­ris scored the only goal of the game for South­gate Har­men A.

Faith­fold B con­tin­ued their in­con­sis­tent form with Adam Phillips on tar­get in the 1-1 draw against Brady Mac­cabi for whom Rob Klein­man net­ted.

Gav Noe (3), Pinty Bad­diel (2), Ari Birn­baum, Alex Neiss and Chaim Gothold were the goal men as Hen­don B claimed their first vic­tory with an 8-3 de­mo­li­tion of Gold­ers Green. Tal Stern (2) and Aviv Reuben replied.

Three goals from Antony Kin­tish put Oak­wood B top of Di­vi­sion Two fol­low­ing a 5-3 win against Rapid Banta. Robert Bloch and Daniel Abrams fin- ished the job. Adam Carter (2) and Ste­fan Si­mons replied for Banta.

Tem­ple For­tune main­tained their pro­mo­tion hopes by com­ing from a goal down to beat Red­bridge B 4-1. Ben Isaacs (2), Jon Le­seer and a Matt Gep­pert own goal gave them three points.

Scrab­ble main­tained their un­beaten run with a 5-1 suc­cess against South­gate Har­men B.

Four goals from Steve Bloom put Neas­den C top of Di­vi­sion Three af­ter they ham­mered Holy Mount Zion 5-1. Gary Dy­mant com­pleted the rout.

Faith­fold C saw their ti­tle hopes dented as they tasted de­feat for the first time in a 4-2 loss against Lon­don Mac­cabi Li­ons C. Lau­rence Sw­erner, Paul Bux­ton, JJ Ramos and James Stan­ley gave Li­ons the points. A Nicky Woolf hat-trick helped North Lon­don Raiders B trounce Zig Zag 7-1. Joe Tankel, Nick Ken­ton, Ben Hart and Adam Pos­ner fin­ished the job. Red Sea and Mon­tana Boca United B shared six goals. Ja­son Lind­say, Sacha Ben­fredj and Mark Lazarus were on tar­get for Red Sea with Jamie Rosen (2) and Si­mon Isaacs net­ting for Mon­tana.

Chigwell Ath­letic C went joint-top of Di­vi­sion Four af­ter beat­ing Dy­namo Hen­don 4-1. Si­mon Marks (2), Glenn Davis and Rus­sell Yer­shon were their goal men.

Tal Pelta bagged a brace as UJIA claimed their first vic­tory with a 4-1 rout­ing of Ken­ton.

FC Maryle­bone needed a last­minute goal to beat L’Equipe 3-2. Jon Davody, Ben Lieber­mann and Olivier Levy-Bencheton saw them home.

Hen­don Hawks made it three out of three with a 4-0 suc­cess against FC Team C. Shim Ben­soor (2), Josh Gaon and Daniel Po­lak main­tained their per­fect start.

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