It’s a win-win for South Manch­ester

The Jewish Chronicle - - Sport -

SOUTH MANCH­ESTER SPORTS 1ST THE VIL­LAGE

SOUTH Manch­ester Sports took an­other step to­wards se­cur­ing the Manch­ester Ac­coun­tants League Premier League ti­tle with a re­sound­ing win against bo­gey team The Vil­lage.

South dom­i­nated from start to fin­ish and they forged ahead on five min­utes when Toby Levy cracked home a vol­ley. Levy dou­bled the lead min­utes later fol­low­ing good work from Adam Lavin.

A mo­ment of sub­lime bril­liance from Ben Peppi led to South’s third goal. Pick­ing the ball up 40 yards out, he raced past six play­ers be­fore he drew the keeper and rolled the ball home.

The game was now ef­fec­tively over and as The Vil­lage tired, Adam Jack­son ran the length of the pitch to make it 4-0. Lavin com­pleted the rout fol­low­ing an­other jink­ing run.

The day got even bet­ter for South Manch­ester when they dis­cov­ered that ri­vals MACE had lost to third-placed Miam Miam mean­ing South need three wins out of five games to se­cure the ti­tle.

South man­ager Dar­ryl Lee said. “To have a fully fit squad at this time of the sea­son, with so many big games to come, is a plus and the Pe­sach break has clearly worked won­ders for my play­ers.

“We have a cup quar­ter-final next Sun­day so the big games are now com­ing thick and fast. It’s a cliché but we will take each game one at a time and hope­fully we can add to the Handicup which is al­ready in the tro­phy cab­i­net.”

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