Hot Sum­mers puts Chigwell into round four

The Jewish Chronicle - - Sport -

JC MSFL Chigwell Ath­letic A top­scorer Steve Sum­mers was the match­win­ner as the East Lon­don­ers moved into the fourth round of the Lon­don In­ter-Cup af­ter beat­ing New Ward 1-0.

Rob Lerner and Ja­son Co­hen found the net as North West Neas­den B up­set Pre­mier Di­vi­sion Oak­wood EDRS A 2-1 in the JC Cyril Anek­stein Cup round two.

Two goals from for­mer player of the sea­son Michael Pear­son ended Faith­fold A’s Pre­mier Di­vi­sion ti­tle hopes as Lon­don Mac­cabi Li­ons B ran out sur­prise 5-4 win­ners. Danny Reuben, Will Beres­ford and Rus­sell Wain­ber­gas fin­ished the job.

Daryl Phillips (3) and Alex Le­vack replied for Faith­fold with Le­vack’s strike fly­ing in from 45 yards. Phillips was de­nied a fourth when Li­ons keeper Danny Ja­cobs saved his spot-kick.

Player-man­ager Reuben said: “Hav­ing most of my big play­ers avail­able cer­tainly made a dif­fer­ence.”

Paul Lench­ner’s over­head kick put Red­bridge Jewish Care A into the top five as they beat Bafana Bafana 1-0.

Daniel Lass­man and Lewis Walker earned Di­vi­sion One lead­ers Glen­thorne United a 2-1 suc­cess over Cam­den Park. Dar­ren Saf­fer replied.

Thornes boss Ian Co­hen said: “My team are show­ing some real ma­tu­rity.” Two apiece from Josh Bent­ley and Yu­val Chen helped Hen­don United B over­come Faith­fold B 4-3. Nick Spe­vock (2) and Bradley Co­hen replied.

Robert Klien­man and Jerome Col­mans boosted Brady Mac­cabi’s hopes of avoid­ing the drop as they held South­gate Har­men A 2-2. Rus­sell Becker and Alex Bourne replied.

Oak­wood EDRS B con­tin­ued their Di­vi­sion Two ti­tle charge with a 3-0 vic­tory over Cat­ford & Brom­ley Mac­cabi. Robert Bloch, Antony Kin­tish and Ste­fan Isaacs hit the tar­get in the top against bot­tom clash.

Ash­ley Stan­ton scored twice as Red­bridge Jewish Care B up­set high-fly- ing South Man­cu­ni­ans A 2-0. Si­mon Cooper (2), Ste­fan Si­mons and Josh Shindler struck as Rapid Banta beat Brix­ton Old Boys 4-3.

Richard Starr main­tained Scrab­ble’s un­beaten start as they edged past Tem­ple For­tune 1-0.

Alast-gasp­penal­tyfromGaryDy­mant gave Di­vi­sion Three lead­ers North­West Neas­den C max­i­mum points in the top of the ta­ble clash against Faith­fold C.

Steve Bloom hit two in the 3-2 suc­cess while Daniel O’Con­nor and Ben Si­mons net­ted for Faith­fold. Three goals from Dar­ren Con­way took Zig Zag into sec­ond spot with a 4-2 suc­cess against Lon­don Mac­cabi Li­ons C. Danny Mil­lar added the other. Lau­rence Sw­erner (2) replied.

A Si­mon Wayne dou­ble lifted Red Sea out of the bot­tom two as they sur­prised Holy Mount Zion 2-0.

Hen­don United C ended FC Team A’s 15-month un­beaten run in league and cup foot­ball with a thrilling 4-3 suc­cess. A late strike from Dov Birn­baum com­pleted the up­set in a game they led four times.

Yaakov Suissa, Ben Rus­sell and an own goal ac­counted for the oth­ers. Matt Drage, Josh Su­gar­bread and Jake Weiner hit the tar­get for FC Team. “The best team won on the day,” said Hen­don boss Zvi Noe. “But I will be sur­prised if FC Team A do not go on to win the ti­tle.”

Jamie Bern­stein (2), Mark Gold­smith and Ilan Gutkin were among the scor­ers as Dy­namo Hen­don ham­mered Ken­ton Mac­cabi 5-1. Adam Rones and Emile Ben-Atar moved FC Team B above their A team fol­low­ing a 2-1 win at UJIA. Adam Blass replied.

With Ham­p­den Square hav­ing been ex­pelled, FC Team C claimed top spot in Di­vi­sion Five af­ter beat­ing L’Equipe 4-1. Rob­bie Blair, Dave Wexler, Fred­die Marks and an own goal took them to the sum­mit. Daniel Po­lak and Dov Rich­man were among the goals as Hen­don Hawks beat Real MAL 3-0.

PHOTO: GRA­HAM STE­WART

Neas­den C’s Gary Dy­mant con­verts a late penalty against Faith­fold C

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