Hot Summers puts Chigwell into round four
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.
Neasden C’s Gary Dymant converts a late penalty against Faithfold C