Heath have Last laugh as Fortune throw it away
JC MSFL An injury time strike from Avishai Last saw FC Heath dent Temple Fortune’s promotion hopes as they rattled off a 3-2 victory in Division Two. Heath forged into a two-goal lead through strikes from Lewis Kaye and Ollie Joseph. Fortune rallied with Ben Isaacs and Dean Ingram levelling things up.
An Ashley Stanton effort was enough to give struggling Redbridge Jewish Care B their first win of the season as they won a relegation sixpointer against Catford & Bromley Maccabi.
Sam Connor was the hat-trick hero as Zig Zag went joint second in Division Three with a 3-1 win against Life FC. Wayne Davidson pulled one back for Life.
Zig Zag boss Neal Cohen said: “We defended well and my 24man squad served us well to show good strength in depth.” A Gil Jennings doubledboosted Pure Orange Function Band’s promotion hopes as they recorded their third straight win with a 4-1 success over Hendon United C in Division Four. Stand-in keeper Gabriel John added another from the penalty spot with Louis Taylor finishing the job.
Struggling Kenton Maccabi and Dynamo Hendon shared the points in a six-goal thriller. Alex Kanter, Mark Fenton and Dan Channing netted for the Ks. Jamie Bernstein (2) and Ilan Gutman were the goal men for Dynamo.
Hendon Hawks maintained their unbeaten record in Division Five with a hard-fought 4-4 draw against L’Equipe. Daniel Polak made it nine goals in three games with a brace with Shim Bensoor and Danny Conn Hendon’s other scorers. Josh Lewis (2) was among the scorers for L’Equipe.
Nick Riesel (2) and Wayne Davidson were on the mark as Real MAL beat Pinner JFC 3-1.
Danny Weitzkorn helped South MancuniansBmaintaintheirunbeatenstart in a 1-1 draw against FC Marylebone.
North West Neasden C eased into the second round of the Peter Morrison Trophy after beating Team JLGB 4-0.
Steve Bloom, Mark Martell, Joel Hilton and Gary Dymant took them through.
Temple Fortune’s Ben Isaacs