Frus­tra­tion for Faith­fold

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BY DANNY CARO

MGBSFL PRE­MIER DI­VI­SION FAITH­FOLD DOC MM A 3 ML LIONS 3

Avi Markiewicz re­flected on a missed op­por­tu­nity as Faith­fold’s ti­tle hopes suf­fered a blow af­ter a late strike from Lions’ hat-trick hero Reiss Mogilner. Markiewicz (2) and the in-form David Leiwy struck for Faithold in an ac­tion-packed con­test. Player-man­ager Markiewicz com­mented: “In the end we felt like it was two dropped points.” But his coun­ter­part, Sam Marchant of Lions, in­sisted his team were wor­thy of the draw. “It was a well-fought match and the re­sult was a fair one. But we didn’t play our nor­mal game or cap­i­talise on the gaps in the Faith­fold de­fence. ”

DI­VI­SION ONE RED­BRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 4 JEWDI­NESE 2

Kier Dick­son (2), top-scorer Nate Kashket and Dan An­drews helped Red­bridge open a four-point lead at the top af­ter end­ing nine-man Jewdi­nese’s un­beaten run. Scott Old­stein and Bran-

don Sas­soon reg­is­tered for Jewdi­nese, who had Sim Co­hen and Zach Collins sent off. Red­bridge joint-man­ager Sam Rank said: “We knew we were in for a tough game. Jewdi­nese played very well and had a lot of the ball dur­ing the first half. But goals change games and our clin­i­cal fin­ish­ing was the dif­fer­ence.” Jewdi­nese boss Dar­ren Lawrence ad­mits “the ti­tle is now out of our hands as this game was make or break for us”. He said: “We hope Red­bridge can beat Fair­lop to aid us in our quest for sec­ond place. We won’t stop fight­ing un­til the last game.”

NL GAL­AXY 3 BAY­ERN MINCHA 1

Three goals from player-man­ager Luke Lewis en­sured Gal­axy re­turned to win­ning ways as they moved into the top three with vic­tory over Bay­ern. “It was a su­perb re­sponse to a dif­fi­cult few weeks,” ad­mit­ted Lewis. “We’re up to third now – it’s cer­tainly not where we want to be, but we’re work­ing on it.” Avi Solomon net­ted for Bay­ern, and joint-man­ager Alon Pin­has re­marked: “We are all gut­ted. How­ever, we look for­ward to the sec­ond half of the sea­son, where we will do ev­ery­thing we can to bounce back and get wins against the teams we failed to do so over the last few weeks.”

DI­VI­SION TWO FC TEAM 9

NL RAIDERS MAS­TERS 1

Richard Sal­mon (3) in­spired FC Team to their third win as they gave Raiders a foot­ball mas­ter-class. Con­nor Perl and Ed­die Stern­berg added two apiece, with Mitch Young and Ei­tan Ben-Zion adding the gloss in an­other pol­ished per­for­mance. “We are play­ing some bril­liant, at­tack­ing foot­ball at the mo­ment and it is great to be part of it,” en­thused player-man­ager Young. “Raiders could not deal with our at­tacks and they we blew them away. We will score against any team and now we have some con­sis­tency, we should climb the ta­ble pretty quickly.” Jonny Blain fired a con­so­la­tion for Raiders, and joint-player-man­ager James Cart­mell ad­mit­ted: “FC Team were ob­vi­ously wor­thy win­ners. They scored some good goals while we were very poor.”

FAITH­FOLD DOC MM B 0 RED­BRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 3

Red­bridge B knocked pro­mo­tion ri­vals Faith­fold B off top spot thanks to goals from Ben Sol­losi, Max As­ton and Adam Shafron. RJC boss Richard Bronzite re­flected on “a great win”. He com­mented: “We were in com­plete con­trol through­out the sec­ond half in what was a re­ally clin­i­cal per­for­mance.”

FAITH­FOLD DOC MM C 2 MILL HILL DONS 1

Jonathan Mar­rache fired a dou­ble as Faith­fold C fi­nally got off the mark with an im­pres­sive win over the Dons. Top-scorer Zach Co­hen replied. Faith­fold player-man­ager Ben Kfir com­mented: “Mill Hill wanted it, but we wanted it more. We bat­tled hard and we’ll build on this re­sult.”

SCRAB­BLE FC B 3 TEM­PLE FOR­TUNE 1

Jon Yantin be­lieves “ex­pe­ri­ence paid div­i­dends” as goals from Lloyd Becker, Alex Bourne and Daniel Ruckin en­sured Scrab­ble B re­turned to win­ning ways. Daniel Van­der­molen claimed For­tune’s con­so­la­tion but their mis­ery was com­pounded by a red card to Josh Klep­per for vi­o­lent con­duct.

Re­port, pre­views and re­views at thejc.com/mgbsfl

RJC B’s Daniel Wexler shields the ball from Matthew Gold

PHOTO: MARC MOR­RIS

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