Har­men are head­ing in the right di­rec­tion, says Joel

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BYDANNYCARO

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.

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