Neas­den end hoodoo

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BYDANNYCARO

A Daniel Leven­fiche hat­trick helped Pre­mier Di­vi­sion cham­pi­ons North West Neas­den A end their Lon­don Mac­cabi Li­ons A hoodoo as they beat the Row­ley Lane gi­ants 5-4.

Lee Cash and Jake Got­tlieb were the other marks­men as Neas­den beat Li­ons for the first time in 10 games.

Ricky Ken­net (2), James Ger­sh­field and Mike Pear­son net­ted for Li­ons.

Hen­don United A closed in on sec­ond place af­ter beat­ing Chigwell Ath­letic A in a dou­ble-header. The Ham­mers won match one 4-1 cour­tesy of strikes from Greg Corin (2), Josh Bent­ley and Avi­dan Last. Saul Con­way (2) and Corin struck as the sec­ond en­counter fin­ished 3-1. Adam Hakimi claimed Chigwell’s con­so­la­tions in both matches.

Daryl Phillips (3), Zuriel Solomon, Andrew Wolfin and Alex Tay­lor struck as Faith­fold A sent Oak­wood EDRS A down in a 6-2 vic­tory. Dar­ren Brown (3) and Sam McCarthy earned Red­bridge Jewish Care A vic­tory over lowly North Lon­don Raiders A, run­ning out 4-3 win­ners. Jonny Blain, Rik Sher­man and Matt Shel­don replied. An own goal from Alex Haffner dented Mon­tana Boca United A’s pro­mo­tion hopes as they lost 2-1 against strug­gling Faith­fold B. Andrew Bin­stock ‘s opener for Mon­tana was can­celled out by Ben Marer.

Daniel Gor­don, Dar­ryl Green and Si­mon Green struck as Chigwell Ath­letic B rel­e­gated Gold­ers Green with a 3-1 vic­tory.

North West Neas­den B kept alive pro­mo­tion hopes with a 3-2 win over Hen­don United B with Bruno Frankel, Mark Si­mons and Adam Velleman their marks­men.

South Mancs A boosted their ti­tle hopes in Di­vi­sion Two af­ter claim­ing a pair of wins over FC Heath. Ben Lam­pert (2), Richard Fo­gel­man and Jamie Kent scored in an open­ing 4-0 suc­cess. This was fol­lowed by an 8-1 win with Adam Lit­tas (2), Paul Babai (2), Josh Franklin, El­liot Stern, Craig Cole and Alon Her­shkorn on tar­get.

Gideon Wetrin, Gideon Spec­tor and Jamie Bern­stein eased Dy­namo Hen­don’s rel­e­ga­tion fears with a 3-1 suc­cess over Pure Orange Func­tion Band in Di­vi­sion Four.


Chigwell’s Dean Ben Yosef ( left) tries to hold off Hen­don’s Avi­dan Last

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