Herz to freshen things up for Leeds re­match

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BY DAR­REN WITCOOP

MJSL ROB Sel­wyn led the goal rush as lead­ers Leeds Mac­cabi crushed sorry South Manch­ester Sports 3rd.

Sel­wyn helped him­self to five goals and Gidi Amar also weighed in with a hat-trick of his own.

Nick Vale and Jonny Gold­stone grabbed­dou­ble­sas­thede­fend­ingcham­pi­ons’ side ran riot against the de­pleted hosts. The 14-0 suc­cess was their sev­enth in eight league games this sea­son.

South boss Mike Herz: “As the game wore on our heads dropped and we tired. That won’t hap­pen again as we should have at least four new sign­ings for Sun­day’s re­match.

“They might take us lightly af­ter this but I wouldn’t be sur­prised if we get a re­sult.”

Oakhill Lions main­tained their 100 per cent record as Osher Lan­des stole the show against Re­ich In­sur­ance Rangers. Lan­des bagged a tre­ble with Moses Seitler also weigh­ing in with a brace in a 7-0 de­mo­li­tion.

The win keeps the pres­sure on Leeds at the top and boss Daniel Rabinowitz said: “We just have to keep win­ning our games. I feel we are the league’s best team but we have a lot to do if we are to wres­tle the cham­pi­onship away from Leeds.”

Veter­ans Mark Magid and Neil Collins rolled back the years to help South Manch­ester Sports 2nd earn a share of the spoils against Mac­cabiManch­ester Yel­low.

With a com­bined age of 113, the pair were thrown into ac­tion due to a player short­age.

And the ev­er­green duo did not let the club down with Ben Gould’s late brace deny­ing Magid’s men.

Man­ager Magid said: “We were both forced to dust off the cob­webs and turn out as we were miss­ing so many play­ers.

“Neil played cen­tre-half and I played in mid­field. And I have to say Neil was like a Rolls Royce in a De­mo­li­tion Derby. He was cruis­ing. It’s the first time we have played this sea­son — and hope­fully it’s the last.”

Char­lie Simp­son’s late show broke Harold­eans hearts in a seven-goal thriller in the Shonn Tro­phy to send Mac­cabi Manch­ester Blue through.

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