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A 71st-minute header from Michael Sacks earned Win­gate & Finch­ley a 2-2 draw against Con­cord Rangers in the Ry­man League Divi­sion One North. The squad also fea­tured Craig El­lis, Jake Fur­man and Dean Ny­man. Man­ager Michael Stone said: “We showed a lot of re­silience as a team, com­ing back twice. We passed the ball bet­ter in the sec­ond half and I thought the mo­men­tum re­ally swung when we got the first equaliser. As an away team at a strong side that had made an ex­tremely good start to the sea­son, it is a valu­able point and one that when we look back on we will re­alise its worth.”

Adam Stol­er­man scored two, in­clud­ing his 15th of the sea­son, and, along with Do­minic Che­niart and Nick Good­man, helped Lon­don Lions back to winning ways as they beat Bov­ing­don 4-1 in the Herts Se­nior County League Premier Divi­sion. Man­ager Tony Gold said: “We have shown in re­cent weeks that not only can we play at­trac­tive foot­ball but we can mix it up. The next month is go­ing to test our re­solve and men­tal strength but I have ev­ery con­fi­dence my play­ers will rise to the chal­lenge.”

Manch­ester Mac­cabi started their Eccles League Premier Divi­sion cam­paign with a comfortable win over Wors­ley. Hav­ing only played in cup com­pe­ti­tions so far, David Nadler’s men looked solid, and their pa­tient ap­proach paid div­i­dends with the goals com­ing in the sec­ond half. Leor Si­dle put the hosts ahead with an ex­cel­lent fin­ish from an Adam Stevens pass. Rafi Leker and Adam Lavin com­pleted the scor­ing.

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