Rone goes it alone as luck runs out

The Jewish Chronicle - - Sport - BY JAMES MARTIN

FC Team gained a hard­earned draw in their Mid­dle­sex County League Divi­sion One match against FC Baresi.

Richard Stern­berg, play­ing right back, played a ball down the line to striker Irvine How­son, who skipped past two de­fend­ers, ran down the line and crossed to the on-rush­ing Adam Rone, who slid home his first of the sea­son.

Richard Sal­mon had a seem­ingly good goal ruled off­side. That proved cru­cial as an FC Baresi equaliser shortly be­fore half-time brought them level.

FC Team were de­nied two pos­si­ble penal­ties in the sec­ond half and should have won the match near the end when striker Irvine How­son missed an open goal from a wide an­gle af­ter tak­ing the ball round the goal­keeper.

Man­ager Mitch Young said: “We were un­lucky not to win. We con­tinue to show we can com­pete with teams at this level.”

In the Mac­cabi Mas­ters Divi­sion One, leaders Glen­thorne United A con­tin­ued their un­beaten start, with a re­sound­ing 5-1 win over last year’s cham­pi­ons, Brady A, thanks to goals from Sid Shaw (2), Greg Mor­ris, Ja­son Levy and Adam Hart. Joel Nathan grab­bing a con­so­la­tion for Brady.

South Man­cu­ni­ans recorded their first win of the cam­paign with a 3-2 victory over Faith­fold, cour­tesy of goals from Mark Pow­ell (2) and James Tem­ple. Faith­fold’s Joel Nathan re­sponded with a brace.

Nor t h L o n d o n R a i d e r s notched up a 5-2 de­feat of Lions A, with goals from Richard Sacks, Ashley David­son, Kevin Lot­zof (2) and Jonny Du­biner. Lions’ Max Rad­ford, scored a brace in­clud­ing one di­rect from the cen­tre spot.

In Divi­sion Two, last year’s cham­pi­ons Clay­hall fi­nally found their form with a 5-1 win over Ashlodge, hav­ing gone be­hind to an own goal. They se­cured the points thanks to goals from Mark Gold­man, Neale Di­a­mond, Michael Kush­ner (2) and Ian Sum­ray.

Norstar emerged vic­to­ri­ous af­ter a 3-2 win over Brady B. Steve Feiger opened his Norstar ac­count to give them a half-time lead, and Lee Co­hen ex­tended the ad­van­tage. Brady were given a life­line with an own goal, but soon fell fur­ther be­hind to an­other Lee Co­hen strike.

And they held on for a win de­spite con­ced­ing a late penalty from which Malcolm Her­sh­man scored Brady’s sec­ond.

In the first round of the Feld­man Tro­phy, South Manch­ester Mac­cabi 2nd thrashed West­dene 2nd 5-1 thanks to two goals a-piece by Si­mon Mat­ti­son and Michael Bas­ger. Gary Free­man also scored. Adam Berman net­ted the lone re­ply for West­dene.

West­dene 1st de­feated Crump­sall 1st 5-0, thanks to goals by Daniel Am­ran, Moishe Hasid, Adam Leker, Dan Zedge and a Crump­sall own-goal.

In the MJSL Joan Collins Premier Divi­sion a Josh Ru­bin hat-trick helped Harold­eans to a 3-0 win over Leeds JNF J-Uni.

Broughton Park de­feated Repub­lic of Man­cu­nia 3-1 with goals by Mike Gast­wirth, Shi­ran Krae­mer and Zacky Ph­ef­fer. Ben Black­ston got the con­so­la­tion.

A thrilling 4-4 draw be­tween Sport­ing JLGB and Oakhill Lions was the match of the week­end. A Ross Smith hat-trick and own goal was matched by strikes from Pini Berger, Sam Gra­ham, Jake Gil­bert and Sam Brent­wood.

Lon­don Lions strolled com­fort­ably into the next stage of the Ana­grams Records Tro­phy with a 3-0 win over Ev­er­green. Lions, who have also made a blis­ter­ing start to their Herts County Se­nior League cam­paign, saw goals from Andy My­ers, Adam Stol­er­man and Rob Glass.

Adam Stol­er­man on tar­get for Lions

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