Three goals from Scott Ansher kept alive Brady Maccabi A’s double hopes as they beat Glenthorne United A 4-2 in the semi-finals of the Henry Swerner Cup. Mark Herman sealed the win from the penalty spot.
Brady will meet holders EDRS Stonegrove in the final after Mark Kingston’s five-goal blitz steered them to a 5-3 success over South Mancunians. Nick Roman (2) and Gavin Jacobs netted for Mancs.
A hat-trick from Marc Morris helped London Maccabi Lions B wrap up the Division Two title after they overcame Pel City 4-2.
Stuart Coutts finished the job. Gareth Ganley and a 30-yard strike from Spencer Brookner helped Pel give the scoreline a sense of respectability. The Clayhall derby ended with honours even after a 2-2 draw, Leon Pernikis and Eliot Mullish scoring for the Bs.
Brady C dented Temple Fortune’s hopes of a runners-up spot with a 4-3 win courtesy of goals from Bradley Freeman, Gary Field, Sammi Bazini and David Taylor.