Ra­zor sharp Stol­er­man keeps Chigs fly­ing high

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BY JC RE­PORTER

FOOT­BALL RICHARD Slater saluted striker Adam Stol­er­man as Chig­well Ath­letic main­tained their un­beaten start to the Mac­cabi Mas­ters League sea­son with a 4-4 draw against ti­tle ri­vals North Lon­don Raiders.

Hav­ing won their first six matches, Chig­well found them­selves 3-1 down with 20 min­utes re­main­ing be­fore stag­ing a thrilling come­back with goals from Adam Stol­er­man (3) and Adam Bar­ton to lead 4-3.

Raiders, for whom Elan Ovits, Adam Har­vey (2) and David Lederman reg­is­tered, be­came the first team to take points off Chig­well this sea­son with a late equaliser.

Slater said: “At 3-1 down I thought we were fin­ished, but we kept go­ing un­til the end.

“We had our chance to win the game, but I want to com­mend the boys for show­ing fan­tas­tic spirit and de­sire.

“Adam Stol­er­man pro­duced a mas­ter-class that went a long way to get­ting us the draw.

“It’s a mas­sive re­sult for us. We went there de­ter­mined not to get beaten, so hope­fully we can keep the good run go­ing.”

Dan Swimer (3) in­spired HMH to their third win as they crushed Faith­fold 5-0. Si­mon Rit­ter­band and James Pin­cus added the gloss.

There was also a hat-trick for Scott War­ren of Brady Mac­cabi A who ac­counted for Scrab­ble 4-1. Serge Cowan replied with a su­perb in­di­vid­ual ef­fort.

Mac­cabi Lon­don Li­ons con­tin­ued their mer­ci­less march to­wards the Di­vi­sion Two ti­tle with Ja­son Har­ris, Michael Abra­ham and David Kyte ce­ment­ing their sev­enth suc­ces­sive vic­tory at the ex­pense of St John’s Wood Tigers. Perry Somers notched a con­so­la­tion in a 3-1 de­feat for the Tigers.

EDRS Stone­grove main­tained their chal­lenge as dou­bles from Steve Krieger and Martin Seifert gave them a 4-1 win over Hen­don Har­ri­ers. Richard Reuben pulled one back.

A last-minute strike from Phil Mayer se­cured a first win for Tem­ple For­tune against Brady B.

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