Bridge boys leave it late

The Jewish Chronicle - - Sport - BYDANNYCARO

An ex­tra-time strike from SteveSum­mers­booked Red­bridgeJewish Care A’s place in the sec­ond round of the Lon­don FA Sun­day In­ter­me­di­ate Cup at the ex­pense of Turk­ish team Tur­men­joy Ay­din Spor Ku­lubu. Craig John­stone had opened the scor­ing for the East Lon­don­ers.

Chaim Gothold (2) and Gav Noe were on the mark as Hen­don United B over­came Caribb FC 3-1.

A hat-trick from Josh Lewis plus one from Daniel Cordell helped L’Equipe thump Team JLGB 4-1 in the pre­lim­i­nary round of the JC Cyril Anek­stein Cup. They will meet UJIA in round one. Ian Levy scored JLGB’s con­so­la­tion.

Sec­ond half strikes from Lee Cash (2) and Matt Stock gave de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons North West Neas­den A a 3-0 win over Faith­fold A in the JC MSFL Premier Divi­sion. NWN joint-man­ager Daniel Fox com­mented: “We knew that we would win if we scored first. It ended up be­ing a comfortable victory.”

Danny Reuben (2), Alex Nor­man and Hadley Sil­ver steered Lon­don Mac­cabi Lions B to a 4-2 suc­cess over Bafana Bafana. Eyal Fisher and Si­mon Lawrence replied. Lions joint-man­ager Gavin Stol­lar said: “We got the re­sult and the per­for­mance.”

Greg Corin (2) and Ari Last in­spired Hen­don United A to a 3-1 victory over South Manx A. Alon Her­shkorn net­ted for Mancs who also missed a penalty.

South­gate Har­men A made it three out of three in Divi­sion One with a 6-0 de­mo­li­tion of Brix­ton Old Boys. Alex Bourne (2), Dan Beck­with, Jonathan Hir­sh­ler, Jon Mor­ris and Craig Phillips saw them home.

Jonny Blain’s first half ef­fort was can­celled out by Trevor He­nen as North Lon­donRaidersA drewwith Mon­tana Boca United A.

Matt Geey (3) and Gary Bloch were on tar­get as Oak­wood beat Red­bridge Jewish Care B 4-3. Marc Sil­ver grabbed a tre­ble for RJC.

FC Team A notched up dou­ble fig­ures with Mitch Young (4), James Ryan (2), Lo­rian Madanes (2), Ed­die Stern­berg and an own goal con­tribut­ing to a 10-0 ham­mer­ing of North West Neas­den C in Divi­sion Two.

Cap­tainSi­monKaye(2),Ste­fanSi­mons (2) and Jeremy New­ton eased Rapid Banta to a 5-1 victory over Faith­fold B.

North Lon­don Raiders B by­passed FCTeamB cour­tesy of strikes from Daniel Hilde­brand and Steve Sil­ver.

Jonathan Green, Sam Sen­chall and James Gold did the dam­age as Lon­don Mac­cabi Lions C crushed South­gate Har­men C 3-0.

Tem­ple For­tune main­tained their un­beaten start with Rob Ben­son (2), Ben Isaacs and Paul Walker on tar­get in the 4-3 win over Holy Mount Zion.

Dar­ren Bloom and Yoni Rae­burn were on the mark as Mon­tana Boca United B edged past ti­tle ri­vals Wood­ford Wan­der­ers 2-1 in Divi­sion Three. El­liott Gold replied.

El­liott Pearl was the match­win­ner as Cat­ford&Brom­leyMac­cabi in­flicted a first de­feat of the cam­paign on Zig Zag.

Raphael Noe and Ben Rus­sell fired hat-tricks as Hen­donUnit­edC crushed Faith­fold C 8-1. Adam Hersh chipped in with the other two. Nick Ro­man replied.

Two goals from the ev­er­green Mark Wag­man and one from Serge Cowan helped AC Crick­le­wood claim one of the sur­prises of the day as they beat pace-set­ters UJS Norstar A 3-1. Eli Houri replied.

Glen­thorne United B made a winning start with David Black­man (3), Jor­dan Sapler, David Blitz and James Law ac­count­ing for Ath­letic Bil­baum. Ed­ward Green claimed a con­so­la­tion.

Jake San­ders, Daniel Cur­tis and Craig Sand­ford helped Red­bridge Jewish Care C over­come Hen­don United D.

Tony Plaskow and Oliver Henry scored in UJIA’s 2-1 win over Jewven­tus 2-1. A late strike from Howard Lesser earned High­gate & Muswell Hill their first ever point in the MSFL as they drew with Pin­ner JFC. Jonny Kaye net­ted for Pin­ner who also missed a penalty.

Five goals from Wayne David­son lifted the lid on Real Life’s 8-2 an­ni­hi­la­tion of Bliz­zard Storm. Char­lie Bern­stein, Ed­die Lewin and Jamie My­ers put the ic­ing on the cake. Matt Jaffa and Alex Stol­er­man replied.

Star man: Red­bridge’s Steve Sum­mers hit an ex­tra-time win­ner in the cup

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