Temple Fortune A hit back in style
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Two goals from the red-hot Dan Orgel helped Temple Fortune come from behind to beat Hendon B in West Hendon.
Further strikes from Shai Davidi And Kane Gilbery sealed Fortune's fourth league win of the season in a game where Chaim Gothold had put Hendon in front.
Fortune never looked back after equalising and ran out worthy winners.
Fortune manager Lee Fegan told JC Sport: "This wasn't our best performance but I am pleased that we bounced back from the results we have had in recent weeks.
"I know the score line is flattering but I know we should of scored much more. I will be expecting our players to play much better next week.
"I have asked Shai to sleep with his shooting boots over Saturday night so he doesn't forget them again. He should of scored more but I am pleased with the runs he is making to create the space and more goals will be coming shortly from him."
Fortune's Mike Shorvon said: "We made a sluggish start and gave the ball away too much in the first 20 minutes, but once we equalised we maintained a high tempo and created countless chances.
"I thought we battled well to deservedly win and scored a couple of clinically taken goals. Full credit to Neil Cooper, the referee, who had an excellent game."
Hendon joint-manager Chaim Gothold told JC Sport: "We were very depleted due to Purim. We did our best in the circumstances, but Fortune were too strong for us."