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JC MSFL matchday five review
07/10/2008
By Craig Silver
FA CHALLENGE CUP

LEGS ELEVEN FOR NEASDEN A

NORTH WEST NEASDEN A 11 MARONITES 0 FC

A hat-trick from LEE CASH eased Premier Division leaders Neasden A into the next round as they hammered Maronites FC of the Cypriot League, notching up double figures.

Dan Levenfiche (2), plus one apiece from Jake Gottlieb, Daniel Cole, Darren Yarlett, Jon Ellis, Ben Forman, Scott Shindler and an own goal completed the rout.

Daniel Fox, the joint Neasden manager said: “11. No need to say any more.”

JC MSFL PREMIER DIVISION

HAMMERS CLOSE IN ON NEASDEN

HENDON UNITED A 3 BAFANA BAFANA 1

Goals from Saul Conway and Mike Pearson and Ari Last helped Hendon leap Bafana into second place.

Johnny Kaye pulled one back for Bafana.

Hendon assistant manager Benjy Wreschner said: "Bafana will be a threat to every team they play. They are quick, well organised and dangerous going forward. We admire them greatly after what was a very tough encounter. But we leave today with a number of injuries and Josh Lipman looks very doubtful."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: HENDON UNITED A 3 BAFANA BAFANA 1

CHIGS HIT BACK TO TAME LIONS

LONDON MACCABI LIONS B 1 CHIGWELL ATHLETIC A 2

Title-chasing Chigs were forced to come from behind at Rowley Lane as they were given a scare by Gavin Stollar's Lions B.

Guy Marks gave the hosts a shock lead but Joel Berg and Steve Summers helped maintained Chigwell's unbeaten start.

Chigwell squad: Ben Rosenthal, Sam Rosenthal, Craig Sandford, Joel Berg, Adam Hakimi, Danny Hakimi, Russell Brill, Steven Gervertz, Richard Slater, Danny Sugarman, Hayden Smith, Aaron Barnes, Steve Summers, Greg Bookman

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: LONDON MACCABI LIONS B 1 CHIGWELL ATHLETIC A 3

WALKER EARNS THORNES A POINT

GLENTHORNE UNITED 2 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE 2

A Lewis Walker double was not enough to earn the Thornes maximum points as they drew their second consecutive Essex derby 2-2, this time against Redbridge.

Redbridge’s goals came from Anthony Mendel with a stunning 30-yard chip into the top corner, and Daniel Howard who finished off a good one-touch move before Howard slotted into the bottom corner.

Glenthorne manager Ian Cohen said: "After four games back in the Premier League, I feel we have performed reasonably well and I would like to think that there is room for improvement in my team. We need to be more ruthless when in control of games although I felt Redbridge certainly gave us a tough match and a draw was probably about fair at the end although we had enough chances in the last 20 minutes to have won the game."

DC Prediction: GLENTHORNE UNITED A 2 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE 2

DIVISION ONE

THREE CHEERS AS MANX DO IT AGAIN

SOUTH MANX A 3 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 0

Craig Cole, Jamie Kent and Johnny Haik found the net as Jon Nitka's table-topping Manx took the points at Hillingdon Borough.

DC Prediction: SOUTH MANX A 3 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 1

SUPER SAFFER HAMMERS BRADY BUNCH

BRADY MACCABI 2 CAMDEN PARK 5

DARREN SAFFER scored all five goals as Justin Rockberger's side claimed the win.

With the scores level at 2-2 at the break, that was the way it stayed until the last 15 minutes when Camden took control - and ultimately the points.

DC Prediction: BRADY MACCABI 1 CAMDEN PARK 1

CHIGWELL FRUSTRATED ONCE MORE

CHIGWELL ATHLETIC B 3 BRIXTON OLD BOYS 3

Brixton came from 3-1 down to earn a creditable draw in a six-goal thriller against Chigwell B in Walthamstow.

Russell Yershon (2) and Doron Weinstein had put the Chigs in the box seat.

Adam Kaye and Jamie Kaye were among the scorers for Brixton.

DC Prediction: CHIGWELL ATHLETIC B 2 BRIXTON OLD BOYS 0

HORNETS STING FAITHFOLD

FAITHFOLD B 1 HENDON UNITED B 3

Second-placed Hendon got back to winning ways as they claimed an impressive victory at Faithfold B.

A Chaim Gothold plus an own goal took the Hornets into joint-second.

Matty Kleinman netted for Faithfold.

DC Prediction: FAITHFOLD B 3 HENDON UNITED B 3

OAKS GEEYED UP

OAKWOOD EDRS 4 NORTH WEST NEASDEN B 2

Oakwood made it two wins in two as goals from Matt Geey, Dan Geey, Anthony Kintish and Ric Blank, with a big helping hand from Neasden's Marc Greene, saw them home.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: OAKWOOD EDRS 2 NORTH WEST NEASDEN B 1

DIVISION TWO

SEACATS DROWN RAIDERS

NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B 0 RED SEA 3

Jason Lindsay scored twice as the Seacats used the elements to beat the Raiders.

DC Prediction: NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B 2 RED SEA 0

BANTA STUN NEASDEN C

RAPID BANTA 2 NORTH WEST NEASDEN C 0

Simon Cooper and Adam Carter were on target as Rapid Banta shocked Neasden.

Banta: J Simons, Ison, Ejdelman, Grossman, Carter (sub: Hill, 85), Mannheim, S Kaye, Gross, Cooper, Gershuny (sub: S Simons, 80)

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: RAPID BANTA 1 NORTH WEST NEASDEN C 2

FOUR-MIDABLE HARMEN

SOUTHGATE HARMEN B 4 LONDON MACCABI LIONS C 1

Harmen claimed their second win of the season as Lloyd Becker (2) plus goals from Grant Taylor and Marc Cohen saw them to this comfortable win.

Jon Steinberg scored for the Lions' consolation.

Harmen squad: Elliot 'Vern' Gordon, Paul Gold, Grant Taylor, Scott Taylor, Mark Dreifuss, Mark Engel, Marc Cohen, Simon Gold, Paul Bean,

Jeremy Teacher

DC Prediction: SOUTHGATE HARMEN B 2 LONDON MACCABI LIONS C 3

ZIONISTS LATE SHOW FRUSTRATES FORTUNE

TEMPLE FORTUNE 3 HOLY MOUNT ZION 3

A last-minute strike from Yves Florentin-Lee earned the Zionists a share of the spoils in a six-goal thriller against Fortune in Hatch End.

Florentin-Lee followed up after Adrian Satmarel had his penalty saved by the in-form Adam Glekin in a game where HMZ came back from the dead with two goals in the last three minutes. Andy Mace was also among the HMZ scorers.

Fortune drew their fourth league match in succession, extending an unbeaten run to eight matches.

But the 3-3 draw was tinged with disappointment since a 3-1 lead was squandered in the last few minutes. Fortune started well, pulling a 0-1 deficit level by the interval, but dipped and struggled to find any fluency thereafter.

However, the Fortune found themselves leading by a margin of two goals but allowed HMZ to hit back.

Daniel Woolfe (2) and John Fisher scored Fortune's goals.

Fortune admin secretary Mike Shorvon said: “We didn't play well enough and didn't deserve to win. The only positive from the game was that we didn't lose. I didn't recognise the team which fought brilliantly last week against Southgate."

Feeling like the team had lost, Mike added: "I cannot understand why we seem to switch off. But full credit to HMZ who didn't give up and deserved their point which was the very least they deserved."

DC Prediction: TEMPLE FORTUNE 2 HOLY MOUNT ZION 1

FC HEATH P SOUTHGATE HARMEN A P

Match Postponed - unplayable pitch

DIVISION THREE

CATS GET THE CREAM

CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 3 ZIG ZAG 0

Joel Isaacs (2) and David Powell were on the mark as Catford grabbed their second win of the season with a 3-0 win over Zig Zag.

Cats boss Lester Jacobs said: "It was a well-fought contest between two sides both of whom had to combat a strong wind with driving rain. However, a pleasing result as the Cats squad are gradually getting back to full strength regaining some players who've missed early season due to injury and journeys overseas."

Zig Zag boss Neal Cohen declined to comment.

DC Prediction: CATFORD & BROMLEY 0 MACCABI ZIG ZAG 2

WAGMAN DOUBLE AIDS WOOD

DYNAMO HENDON 1 AC CRICKLEWOOD 3

Cricklewood maintained their good start to the season as goals from Mark Wagman, Mark Ratzker and Rob Wilson helped them to this away win.

Gideon Spector scored for the hosts.

DC Prediction: DYNAMO HENDON AC CRICKLEWOOD

L'QUIPE HIT BY YOUNG

FC TEAM B 2 L’EQUIPE 2

L'Equipe dropped their first points of the season after being held by FC Team B.

Jason Miller and David Prager

were on target for the visitors.

Mitch Young hit two to deny L'Equipe a fourth win.

L'Equipe boss Oliver Manson said: "Although the boys are a bit gutted, I'm not. I feel a little hard-done-by with the penalty decision, but these things happen and even themselves out over a season. They had a fair few of their 'better' players playing today and we dealt with them generally very well. Although we didn't win, I think this performance more than any shows how far we've come since last season. You can't win em all."

DC Prediction: FC TEAM B 1 L’EQUIPE 3

4 IN 4 for 100% TEAM

MONTANA BOCA UNITED B 3 FC TEAM A 4

FC Team A took full advantage of L'Equipe's dropped points, but they were forced to work hard by a resilient Montana team.

Captain marvel Adam Goldsmith (2), Darren Freed and Richard Salmon did the damage for Team.

Adam Lenz scored twice for Montana, with Jamie Rosen also finding the net.

DC Prediction: MONTANA BOCA UNITED B 0 FC TEAM A 5

HENDON IN SEVEN HEAVEN

PURE ORANGE FUNCTION BAND 1 HENDON UNITED C 7

The Hustlers got back to winning ways with this thrashing over POFB thanks to hat-tricks from RAPHAEL NOE and BEN RUSSELL, along with a strike from Aryeh Goldring.

Mark Radzan claimed the POFB consolation.

DC Prediction: PURE ORANGE FUNCTION BAND 1 HENDON UNITED C 4

DIVISION FOUR

BIRTHDAY BOY LEVY LAUDS IT IN ESSEX DERBY

EAST LONDON KNIGHTS 1 WOODFORD WANDERERS 3

A brace from birthday boy Andy Levy, plus one from Mitch Hahn helped Alex Aviram's 10-man Woodford Wanderers maintain their 100 per cent start to the season after they outclassed their Essex rivals East London Knights at Wanstead Flats.

The game had everything, including six bookings and a sending off in the first 40 minutes.

Woodford played the whole of the second half with 10 men after Harrison Midda was given two yellow cards, but referee Michael Cohen.

Grant Stone pulled one back for the Knights with 12 minutes left, but James Ryan men showed little fight to force an equaliser.

SEE MATCH REPORT

Match Highlights to follow on the JC.com

CS Prediction: EAST LONDON KNIGHTS 3 WOODFORD WANDERERS 3

NORSTAR JUMP TO SECOND

UJIA 1 UJS NORSTAR 7

Hat-trick from ELI HOURI, plus goals from Neil Daniels, Jeremy Elster, Daniel Gilbert and Maurice Franks saw them to this crushing win.

Consolation king Gil Jennings struck for the Us.

DC Prediction: UJIA 0 UJS NORSTAR 6

HAWKS WIN NINE-GOAL THRILLER

HENDON HAWKS 5 HENDON UNITED D 4

The Hawks made it three wins from four as they edged this nine-goal thriller. Amit Dinowitz(2), with Josh Aziz, Danny Kon and Uriel Behar sealing the three points.

Gideon Lipman, Alon Blitz, Daniel Braunold, and Shmuel Garson were on the money for United.

DC Prediction: HENDON HAWKS HENDON UNITED D

MAGNIFIQUE MARYLEBONE

PINNER JFC 2 FC MARYLEBONE 3

Strikes from Alex Gold, Mikael Benguigui and an own goal helped FC Marylebone claim their first win of the season in a five-goal thriller against Pinner.

The teams were locked 2-2 at the break. Gold’s strike was a superb volley from the edge of the box. Benguigui showed killer instinct to restore Marylebone’s advantage 10 minutes into the second half and from that point, the visitors did not look back.

Marylebone player manager Jonathan Davody said: “We didn't play well and made it hard for ourselves but we are now much stronger mentally and physically. I expect to see better football from my players next Sunday so we can build some momentum. Pinner will feel disappointed because they created a lot of chances.”

DC Prediction: PINNER JFC 3 FC MARYLEBONE 1

JLGB SHOW REAL CLASS

REAL LIFE 1 TEAM JLGB 2

Two wins in a week for JLGB and two defeats in two for Real Life as they were given a lesson in finishing by JLGB.

Ian Levy and who else but Neil Lux were on target for the visitors. Adam Cohen scored for the hosts.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: REAL LIFE 3 TEAM JLGB 2


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