Chig­well cruise into fi­nal

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Re­ich In­sur­ance White.

In a win­ner-takes-all clash, it was the Merseysiders who cruised home to leave them re­quir­ing just a draw to be crowned cham­pi­ons.

That could come when they face Prest­field on April 16 af­ter Adam Shiff­man (2) and Jor­dan Brookes edged them closer to the cham­pi­onship.

Harold­eans boss Mike Bloomberg said: “It was a very tough game, all credit to Re­ich, they bat­tled for 90 min­utes.

“The goal by Jor­dan on the stroke of half-time al­tered my team-talk.

“It set­tled us down. And then two goals in the sec­ond-half by Adam sealed it.

“Paul Har­ris was out­stand­ing in mid­field, as was Zak Gold­smith at cen­tre back, but there were strong per­for­mances through­out.

“Like they have done all sea­son, ev­ery­one stepped up when they were needed.”

Harold­eans will be con­fi­dent of pick­ing up the draw they need later this month and Bloomberg said: “We would love to get the point re­quired to get the job done against Prest­field.

“We want as many peo­ple as pos­si­ble to come cheer the boys to the ti­tle.

FOOT­BALL CHIG­WELL Ath­letic marched into the fi­nal of the Henry Sw­erner Cup with a crush­ing 9-1 vic­tory over St John’s Wood Tigers.

Adam Stol­er­man (3), Steve Sum­mers (2), Richard Slater (2), Russell Yer­shon and Joel Berg eased the hold­ers into the cup fi­nal on April 27 where they will face Brady Maccabi A.

Mark Nathan grabbed a con­so­la­tion for the Tigers who have al­ready se­cured a place in the fi­nal of the Nathan Hor­witz MMFL Divi- sion 2 Cup. They will be play Di­vi­sion Two cham­pi­ons Li­ons B, who en­joyed an em­phatic 11-0 semi-fi­nal win over

Goals from Danny Schindler (4), Marc Mor­ris (2), Arthur Duke (2), Adam Brand, Jon Stein­berg and Ory Halperin eased the Li­ons through. The fi­nal takes place on April 20.

Lloyd Becker (2) and Kevin Lot­zof helped Brady A record a 3-1 vic­tory over HMH in Di­vi­sion One of the Maccabi Masters League. Richard Slater

Hen­don Har­ri­ers.

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