Cash bonanza puts Neasden in seventh heaven
FOUR goals from captain marvel Lee Cash helped North West Neasden A maintain their winning start to the season. Supersubs Matt Stock (2) and Daniel Levenfiche finished the job as they hammered Glenthorne United A 7-1.
Hendon United A came from behind to beat Bafana Bafana. Jonny Kay put Bafana ahead but strikes from Paul Bentley and Avidan Last helped Hendon end a two-match losing streak.
A hat-trick from Sam McCarthy helped Chigwell Athletic A come from two down to beat struggling Montana Boca United A 4-2. Aron Barnes scored the other. Zaki Kramer and Trevor Henen struck for Montana.
Danny Reuben and Scott Levy helped London Maccabi Lions B to beat Faithfold A 2-1. Lee Levenson (2), Rick Harris, Michael Goldberg and Russell Greenfield helped Camden Park squeeze into the first round of the Peter Morrison Trophy after claiming a 5-4 win over Faithfold B.
In Division One, Oakwood EDRS moved within two points of top spot after beating Brixton Old Boys 3-1. Adam Levine, Anthony Kintish and Gary Bloch saw them home.
Gavriel Noe (2), Chaim Gothold and Ben Kon were among the scorers as Hendon United B thumped Chig- well B 5-2. Russell Yershon (2) replied. Four goals from Josh Rosenfeld helped Brady Maccabi thump North London Raiders A 9-1. Scott Ansher, Jason Sears, Matt Gilbery and Oli Kenner finished the job.
Tony Gold and Matty Berger helped London Maccabi Lions C maintain their two-point lead at the top of Division Two with a 2-1 win over HMZ.
Alex Bourne (2) and Lloyd Becker maintained Southgate Harmen As title charge with a 3-0 success over North London Raiders B.
Steve Bloom (2), Mark Simons (2), Oliver Henry (2) and Mark Harris, with his first for the club, eased Neasden C to a 7-1 victory over FC Heath.
Richard Salmon, Adam Goldsmith, Adam Rones and Eddie Sternberg steered FC Team A to their eighth straight win in Division Three as they completed a league double over L’Equipe with a 4-0 win.
East London Knights remain top of Division Four on goal difference after hammering Team JLGB 6-1. James Ryan (2), Simon Marks (2), Michael Konzon and Zach Forest were their scorers. Neil Lux claimed JLGB’s consolation.
Woodford Wanderers made it six out of six with Alex Aviram, Mitch Hahn, Jerome Marks, Harrison Midda and Adam Poole on the mark in the 5-0 demolition of Hendon Hawks.