Mogilner crushes Cam­den

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BY DANNY CARO

MGBSFL PREMIER LEAGUE

ML LIONS WHITE 0 HENDON UTD SC 4

JOSH HARRIS (2), Avi Kor­man and Dovi Fehler guided Hendon United to an im­pres­sive vic­tory over Lions White at Row­ley Lane. Hendon’s Russell Corin said: “We’re very happy with the per­for­mance against a good, young Lions side that I can see trou­bling some of the top teams this year, par­tic­u­larly once they’re back to full strength.”

CAM­DEN PARK 1 BRADY MAC­CABI 4

Reiss Mogilner was the hat-trick hero as Brady Mac­cabi de­liv­ered a crush­ing 4-1 win over Cam­den. Rob Co­hen added the gloss. Danny Sher­man sal­vaged a con­so­la­tion on de­but for Cam­den and boss Stir­ling Kay be­lieves “there were a lot of pos­i­tives in the sec­ond half con­sid­er­ing we had to make a num­ber of changes through to in­juries”.

DI­VI­SION ONE

TEM­PLE FOR­TUNE A 3 LOS BLAN­COS 5

Joel Holder is con­fi­dent Los Blan­cos can mount a chal­lenge for the ti­tle af­ter beat­ing Tem­ple For­tune. Joe Davis and Svi Freed­man fired dou­bles and there was one for Simon Moses as Blan­cos im­pressed against their newly pro­moted ri­vals. Eshad Rahiv, Hay­den Smith and Ja­son Lind­say replied. Joint­man­ager Holder re­marked: “We looked pow­er­ful, en­er­getic and ag­gres­sive at times but will need to show these char­ac­ter­is­tics on a more con­sis­tent ba­sis.”

L’EQUIPE 2 FAITHFOLD A 6

Avishai Mar­cus fired a tre­ble as Faithfold hit Di­vi­sion Two cham­pi­ons L’Equipe for six. Dovi Vo­gel and Dan Ezra (2) com­pleted the rout. Faithfold player-man­ager Avi Markiewicz com­mented: “We con­trolled the game and by the end of the sec­ond half the score­line fi­nally re­flected our dom­i­nance.”

DI­VI­SION TWO

BAY­ERN MINCHA 3 FC TEAM 1

Bay­ern joint-man­ager Alon Pin­has ex­pressed de­light af­ter the MGBSFL new boys passed their first test against FC Team. Adam El­lis had the hon­our of scor­ing Bay­ern’s first goal in the league fol­low­ing great work by su­per-sub Benjy Al­bert. Fur­ther strikes from El­lis and cap­tain Sam Leader sealed the points. Pin­has said: “We in­creased our in­ten­sity and let our young energy get the bet­ter of FC Team.”

FAITHFOLD B 2 MILL HILL DONS 4

Adam Isaacs, Ja­son Wel­don, Zach Co­hen and Joel Sin­clair-Horne fired the Dons to vic­tory over Faithfold for whom Moshe Lewis reg­is­tered twice. Dons boss Bran­don Hamme com­mended his play­ers for a “fan­tas­tic all round per­for­mance in which ev­ery­one put in a proper shift”.

HERTSWOOD VALE 2 REAL HENDON 2

Real player-man­ager Martin Smulovitch (2) sal­vaged a point with a late equaliser in a thriller against Hertswood. Josh Gorb and James Millet reg­is­tered for the hosts. Hertswood joint-man­ager Ja­cob Emanuel said: “Nei­ther team did enough to win it and con­sid­er­ing some of the big play­ers we were miss­ing, a draw against an ex­pe­ri­enced op­po­nent isn’t bad at all.” Real as­sis­tant-man­ager Rafi Ad­dle­stone re­marked: “Credit to both sides for the com­mit­ment and spirit they showed through­out the game.”

NL RAIDERS C 4 TEM­PLE FOR­TUNE B 0

Raiders C made the fly­ing start, with Liam Stein (2), Alex Good­man and Ben Kaye the scor­ers in what man­ager Sam Rose de­scribed as “the per­fect per­for­mance”. Rose said: “I re­ally couldn’t have asked more from the team.” For­tune’s Dar­ren Zitren re­marked: “We will be work­ing hard in train­ing this week and look to bounce back.”

STRAW HAT PI­RATES 1 FAIRLOP FC 1

Ti­tle favourites Fairlop FC dropped their first points against a re­silient Pi­rates team. Joe Rowlatt can­celled out a first-half strike from SHP’s Michael Am­sellem. Pi­rates boss El­liot Cukier said: “We came away with heads held high and full of pos­i­tives af­ter a good re­sult against a team full of es­tab­lished Sun­day League play­ers.” Fairlop man­ager Aaron Dias said: “We played well in parts but over­all were not good enough.”

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Brady Mac­cabi’s Reiss Mogilner fired a hat-trick in the 4-1 vic­tory over Cam­den Park

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