Harmen are heading in the right direction, says Joel
FOOTBALL JOEL Alterman is targeting revenge on Sunday as Harmen look to follow up their emphatic victory over Camden Park at title rivals Redbridge Jewish Care.
Top-scorer James Gershfield (2), Brad Sharp and Adam Arnold steered Harmen to a 4-0 success.
Altermansaid:“Wesetourboysa task after our disastrous start to the season and they have responded very well. Now we are heading in the right direction.
“We have a big game on Sunday against Redbridge who we are sure will be favourites to win. But we will go there looking for revenge after the loss that was inflicted on us at the start of the season.”
Strikes from David Dinkin and Jordan Marks helped defending champions North London Raiders maintain their perfect record as they registered their fourth consecutive win by edging past FCTeam 2-1.
TJ Keterman and Aaron Spalter guided Maccabi London Lions A to their second win at the expense of basement battlers Faithfold A. Kyle Bentwood’s late strike lifted Oakwood A into third place as they inflicted more pain on struggling Blizzard Storm. Oakwood joint-manager Dan Kristall commented: “These are the kind of games that you need to dig in and win and can end up looking back on at the end of the season.” Reiss Mogilner registered his third consecutive hat-trick as Brady Maccabi moved to the top of Division One with a 4-3 win over Raiders B. Joel Reuben added the gloss.
Brady boss J o s h Dagul s ai d: “Reiss o nc e a g a i n showed why he’s one of the best strikers in the league.”
Jason Stein believes the “next f ew weeks could be defining” after Oakwood B joined Brady
Mitch Hahn on 11 points following a 6-3 demolition of RealSosobad. Jacob Richler-Kleiman (2) and James Abrams (2) plus one apiece from Bobby Abrams and Daniel Seligman registered. Sosobad’s goals came via Josh Jacobs (2) and Daniel Lassman.
Zack Neiman (2), Elliot Wallis, Ricky Lawrence and Marc Cohen helped SPEC FC beat Redbridge B5- 4. Josh Orgel (2), Jay Lawrence and Scott McKenzie replied.
Tom Alexander and Mitch Hahn ensured Woodford Wanderers returned to winning ways as they squeezed past Faithfold B.
Woodford joint-manager Jerome Marks said: “It was a very disciplined performance, one where we looked dangerous every time we attacked.”
Adam Glekin says Hendon B are “flying” after they moved four points clear at the top of Division Two following a 3-2 success over Athletic Bilbaum.
Temple Fortune ended a poor run of results with a resilient performance earning them a point against Real Hendon. Rob Benson (2) registered for Fortune, with Danny Steel and Alex Neiss the goal men for Real.
FCTeamC overturned a first-half deficit to beat Boca Jewniors 2-1. Josh Webber’s opener was cancelled out by strikes from James Millman and Josh Cooper.