Jordi on song as Camden reg­is­ter fourth vic­tory

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BY DANNY CARO

FOOTBALL STIR­LING Kay be­lieves Camden Park are head­ing in the right di­rec­tion fol­low­ing a 3-2 win over FC Team A in the MGBSFL Premier Divi­sion.

Strikes from David Kanzen, Mike Kha­latschi and Jo­hann Jordi se­cured Camden’s fourth win of the sea­son, with Adam Rones and Ed­die Stern­berg re­ply­ing for FC Team.

Camden boss Kay said: “This win shows the im­prove­ment the squad has made over the last two months, the will­ing­ness to keep go­ing and not give in.”

Sam Rank ad­mit­ted Red­bridge Jewish Care B were far from their best de­spite reg­is­ter­ing a 3-0 tri­umph over Finch­ley City. Kane Hopps (2) and Sam Moss earned the Divi­sion One cham­pi­ons a 3-0 suc­cess.

Rank said: “This was prob­a­bly the worst per­for­mance of the sea­son, but to still win 3-0 says a lot about how far they have come this sea­son.”

Sam Deaner (2) and Rob Rod­ney helped Ath­letic Bil­baum record the re­sult of the day as they beat North Lon­don Raiders B 3-2. Bil­baum’s Eli Got­tlieb re­marked: “It was a com­pre­hen­sive per­for­mance, de­served vic­tory and shows what we are ca­pa­ble of.”

Alex Elf and an own goal ac­counted for the NLR strikes in a game de­scribed by man­ager Jonny Adel­man as “com­pre­hen­sively the most in­sipid per­for­mance of this or per­haps any sea­son”. Adel­man went on to say: “De­spite a bizarre de­ci­sion to award Bil­baum a penalty for the win­ning goal, we got ex­actly the re­sult we de­served.”

Real Hen­don fin­ished the week­end in fifth po­si­tion after crush­ing Boca Jewniors 7-0. Gav Noe (2) led the pro­ces­sion, with fur­ther goals from Benny Gold­berg, Benni Sluckis, Gi­lad Kesten­baum, Lollu Hib­bert and joint-player-man­ager Chaim Gothold seal­ing the points.

Jez Ham­mond was RC UK FC’s twogoal hero as they ex­acted re­venge on Cat­ford & Brom­ley Mac­cabi, run­ning out 7-2 win­ners.

Zalmy Co­hen, Akiva Solomon and David Brown com­pleted the scor­ing for the new boys.

Eight teams will battle it out for glory in the MMFL/MGBSFL In­vi­ta­tion Tro­phy, which gets un­der way this week­end.

Divi­sion Two cham­pi­ons L’Equipe will line up along­side three other sides from the Mac­cabi League, while newly-crowned cham­pi­ons North Lon­don Raiders, Brady Mac­cabi, EDRS Stone­grove and Scrab­ble will be rep­re­sent­ing the Mac­cabi Masters League.

The four MMFL teams will be look­ing to ben­e­fit from home ad­van­tage in the quar­ter-fi­nals, with ties go­ing straight to penal­ties if level after nor­mal time.

The semi-fi­nals are sched­uled to take place on May 14, with the fi­nal at week later at Sil­ver Ju­bilee Park.

NLR Masters will look to bounce back from a 2-1 de­feat against Mac­cabi Lon­don Lions A in last week­end’s MMFL Divi­sion One clash.

Gideon Bar­nett and Paul Lench­ner scored for the Lions, with Alex Bourne re­ply­ing.


Brady Masters vs NL Raiders C EDRS Stone­grove vs Faith­fold B NL Raiders Masters vs Tem. For­tune Scrab­ble Masters vs L’Equipe

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