Neasden rediscover winning ways

By Danny Caro, March 26, 2009

North West Neasden A eased into the quarter-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy after thumping Premier Division rivals Faithfold A 4-0. Lee Bibring (2), Ben Ellis and TJ Keterman completed the rout.

An extra-time strike from Adam Osper booked Montana Boca United A’s place in the fourth round of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup after they beat Rapid Banta 3-2. Dan Breger put Banta ahead only for Anthony Goodmaker to equalise. Andy Binstock put Montana 2-1 up before a strike five minutes from time from Banta’s Simon Cooper hauled the visitors level. Banta finished with 10 men after Rafi Revah was sent off after receiving two yellow cards.

Three goals from supersub Avidan Last helped Hendon United A come from two goals down to beat Redbridge Jewish Care in round two. Greg Corin and Josh Bentley were the other marksmen in a 5-2 success.

Brady Maccabi maintained their promotion hopes with a double-header win over Brixton Old Boys in JC MSFL Division One. Josh Rosenfield scored the only goal in the opener. He was joined on the scoresheet by Ollie Kenner, Lee Platt and James Shuster in the follow-up.

Gav Noe and Alex Neiss boosted Hendon United B’s hopes with a 2-1 win over Oakwood EDRS. Matt Geey replied.

Mitch Young (2), Richard Salmon and Darren Freed were on the mark as FC Team A beat AC Cricklewood 4-3 in Division Three.

Leo Brownstein and Ryan Kangisser were the scorers as Catford & Bromley Maccabi quashed relegation fears with a 2-1 win over L’Equipe for whom Josh Baron netted.

Amit Dinowitz (4) and Yossi Lanning were among the scorers as nine-man Hendon Hawks, who were crippled by injury and poor availability, stunned Real Life 6-4.

Last updated: 4:41pm, March 26 2009