Chig­well pay penalty for spot-kick howlers

The Jewish Chronicle - - Sport - By Craig Sil­ver

CHIG­WELL Ath­letic A have been knocked out of the Lon­don In­ter­me­di­ate Cup sec­ond round af­ter be­ing beaten by Dock­lands FC 6-5 on penal­ties.

Adam Hakimi had given the Chigs the lead in the first half, but Sam McCarthy and El­liot Green missed in the dreaded penalty shoot-out

In the JC MSFL, Red­bridge Jewish Care caused the big­gest shock of the day as they con­demned Hen­don United A to their sec­ond straight de­feat.

Goals from Richie Ca­plan and new sign­ing Craig Ed­wards could well end any ti­tle hopes for the Ham­mers.

The cham­pi­ons, Neas­den A, took full ad­van­tage of Hen­don’s de­feat as they ex­tended their lead at the top to seven points.

Goals from for­mer Win­gate and Finch­ley’s Daniel Stan­ton and Daniel Leven­fiche saw them beat lowly Mon­tana A at South Ox­hey.

Two goals from Daryl Phillips and one from James Tay­lor, helped Faith­fold crush Glen­thorne A.

The de­feat saw the East Lon­don­ers con­cede 13 goals in their past two games. Bafana Bafana got back to winning ways, as goals from Si­mon Lawrence, Jonny Kay and Dan Perkins saw them to a comfortable victory over the strug­gling Lions B

In Divi­sion One, leaders South Manx suf­fered their first de­feat of the sea­son as they were beat 3-1 by long time ri­vals Oak­wood.

Robert Bloch, Steven Berke and Robert David­son scored for the Os, with Daniel Kent hit­ting back for the hosts.

Else­where, a Ben Shel­don brace plus strikes from Jonny Blain, Matt Shel­don and Mark Leader helped North Lon­don Raiders A clinch their first win of the sea­son and dent Brady’s pro­mo­tion hopes.

Brady will have their chance for re­venge as the teams meet again next week.

A hat-trick from Dar­ren Saf­fer was the dif­fer­ence for Cam­den as they moved up to third, af­ter a comfortable win over Brix­ton. Noth­ing could sep­a­rate Neas­den B or Faith­fold B as they shared the points in a 2-2 draw.

Ja­son Co­hen and Mark Meltzer scored for Neas­den. Adam Phillips was among the scor­ers for the Greens.

South­gate Har­men skip­per Jonathan Hir­sh­ler set­tled the points as they beat Faith­fold C 1-0 to keep within touch­ing dis­tance of the leaders, in Divi­sion Two. Lions C stay two points clear though af­ter a 2-1 win over FC Heath.

It was a good day all round for the Raiders sides as their Bs ham­mered Banta 4-0. Red Sea also re­mained in good form with an easy 3-0 win away to Har­men B.

Gideon Gold (2) plus one from Ste­fan Ben­fredj saw the Sea­cats home. Neas­den C dropped two more points in the ti­tle race as Mark Si­mons lev­elled late in the sec­ond half af­ter Rob Ben­son had opened the scor­ing for For­tune.

Richard Fo­gel­man (2), Rafi Saul and Mark Mar­tel were on the mark as South Manx B got their first win in Divi­sion Three, beat­ing Cat­ford 4-3. Mark Wag­man and Mark Ratzker helped them­selves to two goals each as Crick­le­wood beat Dy­namo Hen­don 4-0.

FC Team B recorded their first win in three games as a Mitch Young dou­ble and a Shel­don Con­rich strike saw them beat rock-bot­tom Pure Or­ange Func­tion Band 3-1.

A ram­pant Hen­don United C ham­mered Mon­tana B 7-0, an Adam Hersh hat-trick help­ing the rout. Richard Sal­mon (2), Philip Bra­ham and an own goal helped FC Team A win the top of the ta­ble clash as they beat L’Equipe 4-2. Ja­son Miller and Mark Singer scored for the home side.

Fi­nally, in Divi­sion Four, East Lon­don Knights went to the top as they hit four against Real Life. Wood­ford Wan­der­ers kept in touch with the Knights af­ter goals from Mitch Hahn, El­liott Win­ner and an own goal helped them beat FC Maryle­bone.

A Chaim Gothold hat-trick helped Hen­don D claim one of the shock re­sults of the day by end­ing Norstar’s 100 per cent winning start to the sea­son.

Pin­ner and Team JLGB re­main in the wrong half of the ta­ble as they drew 2-2. UJIA got their first win on the board as they beat Glen­thorne United B 2-0.

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