Oakhill in high spir­its

The Jewish Chronicle - - Sport - BY JAMES MAS­TERS

OAKHILL boss Zack Gothelf be­lieves his side’s team spirit will give them the ex­tra edge in Sun­day’s Harold Feld­man Cup final.

The Lions lads will have din­ner to­gether on Fri­day and Satur­day night as they seek to plot their third suc­ces­sive Feld­man Cup triumph.

And Gothelf, who will put re­vi­sion for his final year ex­ams on the back­burner for the week­end, says his play­ers are des­per­ate to de­feat Manch­ester Mac­cabi 3rd.

“We’re al­ways very con­fi­dent and that’s got a lot to do with our team spirit,” he said.

“We all get on very well, both on and off the field, and we’ll be spend­ing the build-up to the final to­gether.

“We’ve got a few things planned and we know what to ex­pect from Mac­cabi. They’reawell-or­gan­isedteamwith­some very good and ex­pe­ri­enced play­ers. It will be a tough game and we’re go­ing to have to be on it from the start.”

Oakhill have al­ready de­feated Mac­cabi twice in the league this sea­son and warmed up for Sun­day’s final by de­feat­ing Sport­ing JLGB 5-3 in the MJSL.

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