Brady eye the double
THREE goals from Scott Ansher kept alive Brady Maccabi A’s double hopes as they beat Glenthorne United A 4-2 in the semi-finals of the Henry Swerner Cup.
Mark Herman sealed the win from the penalty spot. Brady will meet holders EDRS Stonegrove in the final after Mark Kingston’s fivegoal blitz steered them to a 5-3 success over South Mancunians.
Nick Roman (2) and Gavin Jacobs netted for Mancs.
A hat-trick from Marc Morris helped London Maccabi Lions B wrap up the Division Two title after they overcame Pel City 4-2. Stuart Coutts finished the job. Gareth Ganley and a 30-yard strike from Spencer Brookner helped Pel give the scoreline a sense of respectability.
The Clayhall derby ended with honours even after a 2-2 draw, Leon Pernikis and Eliot Mullish scoring for the Bs.
Brady C dented Temple Fortune’s hopes of a runners-up spot with a 43 win courtesy of goals from Bradley Freeman, Gary Field, Sammi Bazini and David Taylor.
Three cheers: Scott Ansher