Ruthless Brady edge clear in MMFL title race
FOOTBALL ANOTHER hat-trick from Mark Wagman sent Brady Maccabi three points clear at the top of the Maccabi Masters League as they destroyed EHRS Stonegrove 9-0. Two goals apiece from Steve Moss, Scott Ansher and Paul Shamplina completed the rout. Glenthorne returned to winning ways, with Sid Shaw (2), David Simmons (2), Mickey Nathan, Gary Adams and Amir Nathan registering in the 7-1 routing of Hendon Harriers.
St John’s Scott Ansher Wood Tigers secured a 3-1 win over Marshside with goals from Adam Soller, Ezra Mordecai and a penalty from Paul Herszaft. Jeremy Asher scored for Marshside.
Adam Shiffman’s hat-trick fired Haroldeans to fifth in the table as they registered their biggest win of the season. Further strikes from Maxim Green (2), Zack Goldsmith, Jamie Harris and an own goal completed the 8-2 win over Newington Temple. Chairman Fraser Saville said: “We took time to settle into the game and were under pressure from in the first half. We came out stronger in the second half and produced the better football. It was a good performance all round.”
Jake Furman (2) and one from Adam Bolle steered London Lions into the quarter-finals of the Herts Centenary Trophy with a 3-0 win over Knebworth.
Braces from Max Nissim, Benji Freedman and Jamie Nathan guided Maccabi London Lions Blue U14 to a 9-0 demolition of St Albans City East in the WFL. Further strikes from Daniel Attar, Sammy Isaacs and man-of-the-match Toby Crawcour sealed the win.
HMH Cobras crushed HGS Magistra 15-0 in the U15 division, courtesy of strikes from Imran Gheewala (4), Elijah Gold (2), Yonaton Kannor (2), Isaac Brook (2), Oli Simble (2), Lucas Rayner and Gabriel Rayner.
HMH All-Stars U14 secured their second consecutive win, with Sam Benardout (3), Louis Kalisky (2), Joseph Miller and Daniel Morris on target in the 7-0 triumph over Harvesters.
Josh Tapnack (2), Jordan Okwor, Jamie Marks and Bo Fraiman earned Lions White U13 a 5-3 win over Pro Football London.