Ny­man back to his best

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BYDANNYCARO

FOOT­BALL JON Ja­cobs saluted Dean Ny­man af­ter the striker fired

Red­bridge Jewish Care into the semi­fi­nals of the Cyril Anek­stein Cup.

Ny­man de­stroyed Pre­mier Di­vi­sion ri­vals Cam­den Park with four ruth­less fin­ishes to set up a last four meet­ing against Finch­ley City.

Fur­ther strikes from Nate Kashket, Daniel Garfin­kle and Sam Sol­losi sealed the vic­tory, with David Kanzen fir­ing a con­so­la­tion for Cam­den.

“Deano was a men­ace to the whole

Cam­den back­line,” said Ja­cobs. “He was so de­serv­ing of his first hat-trick for many years.

“He rolled back the years and there was a col­lec­tive sigh of re­lief from the Cam­den de­fend­ers and goal­keeper when he went off with job done. It was a real a man-of-the-match per­for­mance.”

Ricky Lawrence ad­mit­ted de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons North Lon­don Raiders A “were too good” for SPEC FC af­ter an out­stand­ing per­for­mance from Matt Stock (3). Liron Man­nie, David Rhodes and Os­car Wag­ner added the gloss.

NLR boss Dan Shafron com­mented: “We re­tained pos­ses­sion well and were clin­i­cal in front of goal.”

Adam Arnold, Alex Tay­lor and Brad Sharp guided Mac­cabi Lon­don Li­ons

A into fourth po­si­tion fol­low­ing a 3-0 win over Brady Mac­cabi.

A deadly double from Benji Wein­berger lifted Li­ons B into top spot in Di­vi­sion One af­ter a hard-fought 2-1 win over Los Blan­cos. Svi Freed­man replied.

Li­ons boss Sam March ant comm ended Bl an co sand said :“This was a tough test for us. Although Blan­cos stand lower in the table, they are a strong and com­pet­i­tive side but in the end we just about came through as win­ners.”

Blan­cos boss Nick Grosse praised his team for “play­ing with heart and skill”. He said: “We kept our shape and fol­lowed the game-plan per­fectly. The lads can only take con­fi­dence from this per­for­mance.”

Bran­don Sas­soon, Adam Wa­ters, Tom Prevezer, Zac Sum­mer­field and Sam Stead boosted Scrabble FC’s pro­mo­tion hopes with 5-0 tri­umph over Hen­don B.

Scrabble boss Ray Abra­hams re­marked: “We made hard work of this one and it was a case of turn­ing to Plan B for the last 25 min­utes.”

Hen­don man­ager Jono Nes­bitt said: “We will go again next week and con­tinue to give our best in each game for the rest of the sea­son.” Jono Gaon and Oli Sade helped

Finch­ley City claw back a two-goal deficit to draw against Raiders B. Will Ufland and Josh Green had given NLR a dream start in­side 10 min­utes but their hopes were dented fol­low­ing a red card for Elad Hertschen.

Finch­ley boss Joel Holder ad­mit­ted: “It’s go­ing to take a mas­sive ef­fort to win the league this year, but we are go­ing to do ev­ery­thing pos­si­ble to make it hap­pen. We have 10 cup fi­nals to go start­ing with Red­bridge on Sun­day.”

Raiders joint-man­ager Jonny Adel­man com­mended his play­ers for “soak­ing up the pres­sure and play­ing with real dis­ci­pline to see out the game for a draw”. Nick Stein praised his play­ers as

L’Equipe pulled 11 points clear in Di­vi­sion Two fol­low­ing a 7-2 de­mo­li­tion of Faith­fold B.

James Bell (2), Andy Smith (2), Mark Singer, Max Martin and Jon Kay eased them to vic­tory.

L’Equipe man­ager Stern said: “This was ar­guably our best per­for­mance of the sea­son. We won ev­ery­thing and were sim­ply bril­liant.”

Richard Win­ton and Joel Lass­man were the goal men as Cat­ford & Brom

ley con­tin­ued their resur­gent form with a hard-fought 2-1 win over high-fly­ing Red­bridge C. Jor­dan Sapler replied. Cat­ford man­ager Jeff Gotch in­sisted: “The re­sult was never in doubt”.

Jason Wel­don guided Mill Hill Dons to their sixth vic­tory of the sea­son as they beat Raiders C 7-4. Zach Co­hen, Nick Phillips and Sam Kahn fin­ished the job as the Dons ran riot. Adam Leve­son, Nick Har­ing­man and Jonny Blain (2) net­ted for Raiders.

Finch­ley’s Gav Krieger beats NLR scorer Josh Green to the ball

PHOTO: MARC MOR­RIS

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