JC MSFL Matchday 25 review

Faithfold A reached the final of the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup, while North London Raiders A will meet Redbridge Jewish Care A in the next round of the Peter Morrison Trophy after overcoming the Maccabiah Masters squad. There was also an action-packed programme in the league as Danny Caro reflects on Matchday 25 of the JC MSFL season.

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DANNY CARO'S TEAM OF THE WEEK

MACCABIAH MASTERS vs REDBRIDGE JC A PHOTOGALLERY

FAITHFOLD A vs CONVOYS FC PHOTOGALLERY

FAITHFOLD A vs CONVOYS FC - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

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JC MSFL MATCHDAY 25 HEADLINES
LFASIC - Super-sub Phillips sends Faithfold into final
PMT – Redbridge end Masters' dream
Prem Div – Hendon two good for Lions
Div 1 – Yershon on fire as Chigs hit six
Div 2 – Brady B bounce back
Div 3 –Zloof strikes eight as Mill Hill maul Boca

JC HAT-TRICK HEROES
Div 1 - Russell Yershon (Chigwell), James Gold (Lions B)
Div 3 - Ben Zloof (AC Mill Hill), Terry Jeffries (Temple Fortune B), David James Cohen (FC Team C)

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TOP-SCORERS
31 - Jamie Kent (Shirley Park), Ben Zloof (AC Mill Hill)
24- Jono Gaon (Tottenham Chutspah)
18 - Lee Cash (LM Lions A - 10 for Neasden A), Adam Hersh (Los Blancos)
17 - Alex Elf (Hendon Utd SC C), Ben Polak (Oakwood B), Adam Stolerman (Redbridge JC A)

FULL LIST

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DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 25 OSCARS

TEAM OF THE WEEK

PREM DIV TEAM OF THE WEEK

DIVISION 2 TEAM OF THE WEEK

DIVISION 3 TEAM OF THE WEEK

GOAL OF THE WEEK

SAVE OF THE WEEK

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

SUPER-SUB OF THE WEEK
Daryl Phillips (Faithfold A)

REFEREE OF THE WEEK
Richard Jaye (North London Raiders A vs Oakwood A)

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL DRAW

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JC CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP SEMI-FINAL DRAW
Camden Park vs Redbridge JC A
London Maccabi Lions A vs Faithfold A or Oakwood A

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YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

LONDON FA SUNDAY INTERMEDIATE CUP SEMI-FINAL

SUPER-SUB PHILLIPS SENDS FAITHFOLD INTO FINAL
FAITHFOLD A 3 CONVOYS FC 2 AET
A double from super-sub Daryl Phillips took Faithfold into the final of the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup following an epic 3-2 extra-time victory over Convoys at Chase Lodge.

SEE MATCH PHOTOS

FAITHFOLD A vs CONVOYS FC - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Mike Pearson put the Superhoops ahead with a diving header from a pinpoint Dan Perkins cross midway through the first half but Convoys levelled minutes later on the counter-attack with half time approaching.

Jubiliant Faithfold manager Zuriel Solomons told JC Sport: "I'm really proud of the boys today. We had to dig in on a bad pitch which doesn't really suit our football.

"Pychologically we have learnt how to adapt in games and we were hard to beat. Second half both teams tried to play and I thought we played the pitch well and the decision to bring on Daryl and Paul Babai was the game-changer."

The final will take place at Wingate & Finchley FC on April 7.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Faithfold A 2 Convoys FC 1

RS Prediction: Faithfold A 2 Convoys FC 0 (A Levack double!)

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND FOUR

RED-HOT REDBRIDGE END MASTERS' DREAM
MACCABIAH MASTERS 1 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 3
As predicted, Redbridge ran out 3-1 winners at Rowley Lane, with a double from Ben Sollosi and one from Danny Sugarman sending Eilon Kennet's men through.

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Dan Linger pulled one back for the Masters.

Masters joint-manager Danny Jacobs told JC Sport: "A shame we were missing a few of our Israel squad but Jamie and I were proud that a group of players aged 35-50 gave one of the very best Jewish teams a decent run for their money."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Masters 1 Redbridge 3

RS Prediction: Masters 2 Redbridge 3

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L'ORANGE WIN FIVE-GOAL THRILLER
NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 3 OAKWOOD A 2
Raiders won a five-goal thriller at Brunel with goals from David Dinkin, Dan Grossman and Rik Sherman setting up a quarter-final clash against Redbridge.

Oakwood pulled one back before half time through Dan Ash but Sherman restored Raiders' two-goal lead with a great header from a corner in the second. Ben Polak set up a grandstand finish with a second for Oakwood but it was Raiders' day.

Raiders boss Rob Richman told JC Sport: "It was a really good, closely fought game. "It was an important win for us after a very disappointing display a few weeks back against Norstar. We defended very well as a team and when we do that we are very difficult to play against."

Disappointed Oakwood joint-manager Ric Blank told JC Sport: "We're gutted to go out of the PM today despite giving it everything. Raiders at Brunel is without question one of the hardest games in Jewish football. They know how they want to play on that surface and make it a horrible game for whoever they play.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Raiders 1 Oakwood 1 (Raiders to win AET)

RS Prediction: Raiders 1 Oakwood 1 (Oaks to win AET)

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JC MSFL PREMIER DIVISION

SEE LEAGUE TABLE

TOP-SCORERS
18 - Lee Cash (LM Lions A - 10 for Neasden A)
16 - Adam Stolerman (Redbridge JC A)
11 - Daryl Phillips (Faithfold A), Josh Green (Norstar A), Jonathan Green (Brady A +1 for B)

PREM DIV TEAM OF THE WEEK

HAMMERS CAGE LIONS
HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A 2 LONDON MACCABI LIONS A 0
Hendon pulled seven points clear at the top with strikes from Ari Last and Jacob Gold earning them a vital win over the Lions.

Jubilant Hendon boss David Garbacz told JC Sport: "We just had a little too much for an excellent Lions team which blended youth with experience. This was a highly competetive game with no team giving an inch but I felt we just had that extra quality where it really mattered.

"We knew we had to win today to put as much pressure as we can on Faithfold and the points are on the board. We had so much desire today and I am so proud of the attitude of these boys who have such a winning mentality.

"Ari Last capped off a fine week for him after his wife gave birth to a future Hendon starlet with a fine goal and that summed up the commitment perfectly.

"Good luck to Lions for the season finale but we will keep plugging away and we still believe that the title can be retained."

Lions manager Andy Landesberg told JC Sport: "Hendon deservedly won this game. Hopefully the team learnt the difference between the level they performed at against Redbridge last week, and the below par level today. Nobody played badly, they just didn't play well enough.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Hendon 2 Lions 1

RS Prediction: Hendon 2 Lions 3

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DIVISION ONE

SEE LEAGUE TABLE

TOP-SCORERS
31 - Jamie (Shirley Park)
15 - Yishai Last (Hendon B)
14 - Richard Silver (Camden)

CAMDEN IMPRESSED ME, SAYS ROSENTHAL
GLENTHORNE UNITED A 2 CAMDEN PARK 2
Glenthorne United A came from two goals down to draw against 10-man Camden Park in a promotion six-pointer at Ford Sports & Social.

Camden went into the break two goals up through Dan Baneth and Rob Hershkorn but the dismissal of Nick Kagan early in the second half, for two cautionable offences, gave Glenthorne a lifeline and they snatched a point with a penalty from Daniel Lassman and Richie Rosenthal.

Sam Rosenthal told JC Sport: "With so many players missing it was a very good point for us, and nothing less than what we deserved. They will be there come the end of the season no doubt."

Camden player-manager Josh Marks told JC Sport: "Having cruised through the first half, taking a two-goal lead into the break, it was a sickening result for us in the end.

"We lie eight points behind them with three games in hand. Not sure who I’d rather be ..."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Glenthorne 1 Camden 1

RS Prediction: Glenthorne 2 Camden 4

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LIONS ARE SIX-HITTERS
LONDON MACCABI LIONS B 6 HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB B 1
JAMES GOLD cranked up Lions B's title challenge with a hat-trick as they hit Hendon B for six at Rowley Lane.

Joey Lazare, Jonny Cutter and Nick Astaire completed the scoring as the Lions registered their ninth league win of the season.

Lazare scored a fantastic header, Cutter scored another trademark goal and Astaire was clinical with his poaching in front of goal.

Tali Nevies pulled one back for Hendon.

Lions manager Jamie Kyte commented: "It seemed Hendon suffered a Purim hangover. It was a comfortable win although we made hard work of it in the first half and only went in 1-0 ahead. The game became stretched and both teams had chances but Lions were more clinical."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Lions 3 Hendon 1

RS Prediction: Lions 2 Hendon 0

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YERSHON HELPS CHIGWELL SHOW OFF THEIR SIX PACKS
NORTH WEST NEASDEN A 0 CHIGWELL ATHLETIC 6
RUSSELL YERSHON was the hat-trick hero as Chigwell completed a quickfire league double over Neasden A.

Yershon completed his treble inside the opening 45 minutes as Chigwell lead 4-0 at the break. Further strikes from Richard Baum, Anthony Mendel and debutant Brad Porter completed the rout.

Jubilant Chigwell manager Richard Slater told JC Sport: "Only having 11 men the lads put in a really good shift today with six well-taken goals. We fully deserved it."

NWN boss Daniel Hodes told JC Sport: "I'm bitterly disappointed, not just in the scoreline but in the way we played. It was our poorest performance I can remember in a while - giving cheap possession away at will and still failing to convert gilt-edged chances."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: NWN A 1 Chigwell 3

RS Prediction: NWN 0 Chigwell 3

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CLASSY CASTLE TOPPLES SHIRLEY
SOUTHGATE HARMEN 3 SHIRLEY PARK 1
A brace from Sam Castle, including a 40-yard wonder strike, helped Southgate Harmen inflict a shock defeat on leaders Shirley Park at Ashmole.

There was also a goal for Marc Cohen as Dan Uzan's men pulled one of the results of the day.

Shirley's goal came through player-manager Dave Lusman.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Harmen 0 Shirley 2

RS Prediction: Harmen 1 Shirley 4

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DOUBLE DELIGHT FOR WOODFORD
WOODFORD WANDERERS 3 FAITHFOLD B 1 (Double-header)
FAITHFOLD B 0 WOODFORD WANDERERS 2
Woodford boosted their chances of avoiding the drop after taking all six points from their double-header against Faithfold B.

Paul Hyams' men ran out 3-1 winners in match one and followed it up with a clean sheet and two goals in the follow-up.

Faithfold took an lead due to what Woodford described as "a dubious offside decision," but Woodford hit back with a double from Darryl Green plus one from skipper Harrison Midda finishing off the game.

In part two, Faithfold fitness hit them hard when Woodford came out flying for the second game. Almost straight from kick off Midda beat three men to cross for Elliot Gold the east Londoners in front. Midda completed an excellent morning's work with a worldie - beating three men to hit the top corner from 25 yards.

DC Prediction: Woodford 2 Faithfold 1/Faithfold 0 Woodford 1

RS Prediction: Woodford 2 Faithfold 1/Faithfold 1 Woodford 1

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TEMPLE FORTUNE A A UJIA A (double-header)
The double-header between Temple Fortune A and UJIA was abandoned eight minutes from time in the first match following ugly scenes which left referee Nigel Burns with little option but to halt proceedings. Fortune were leading the game 1-0.

Josh Gilbery and Dan Orgel were sent off for Fortune, with Ben Nassim dismissed for UJIA.

Fortune manager Lee Fegan told JC Sport: "I can confirm that today's game was abandoned towards the end of the second half in first game due to misconduct.

"I am unable to make any further comments as this is being dealt with by the club internally."

UJIA boss Ben Radstone told JC Sport: "It was very unpleasant what happened on Sunday morning. We will let the MSFL and FA make their own enquiries and assist them if and when required.

"UJIA have had exemplary disciplinary record since its inception in to the MSFL and we will continue to battle for our survival in the first division in the spirit and the manner that Sunday football should be played."

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DIVISION TWO

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TOP-SCORERS
17 - Adam Hersh (Los Blancos)
14 - Reiss Mogilner (Brady B)
11 - Dan Hildebrand (Brady B), Jake Gilbert (Bilbaum)

DIVISION 2 TEAM OF THE WEEK

BAUMS ON A SLIPPERY SLOPE
ATHLETIC BILBAUM 1 FC TEAM B 2
Bilbaum's promotion hopes lie in tatters after they were beaten on their own patch by FC Team B.

Goals from Freddie Marks and Daniel Alfreds plus an inspired performance from goalkeeper David Gordon proved decisive.

Jake Gilbert registered for the Baums.

FC Team manager Ben Simon told JC Sport: "It was a great result and performance today, to a man the boys were all excellent and showed great desire and hunger to get the three points."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Bilbaum 3 Team 1

RS Prediction: Bilbaum 2 Team 0

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BRADY BOUNCE BACK IN STYLE
BRADY MACCABI B 7 BLIZZARD STORM 1
Brady B moved a step closer to winning back-to-back titles as they finished in seventh heaven after blitzing Blizzard Storm at Rowley Lane.

Doubles from Reiss Mogilner and captain James Joseph plus one apiece from Josh Newman, Dan Goldstone and Daniel Harrod completed the rout for Brady.

Blizzard's consolation came through Zak Presky.

"The boys did exactly what I asked for today," Brady player-manager Josh Dagul told JC Sport: "We knew that we had to put in a performance after last week and I believe we did so in style. Every player played their part and it was a fantastic team performance.

"It was great to see us score so many goals, with three of them worthy of goal of the week, it's just a shame we couldn't keep the clean sheet. Other results went for us this weekend but we know what we have to do to win the league and that is win our remaining six games and I am confident we will."

Blizzard boss Simon Linden told JC Sport: "We found it difficult to cope with Brady, by far the best team in this league. I think we could have put in more of a performance and made it more competitive, however when your missing a few key players against the top team its always going to be difficult."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Brady B 4 Blizzard 1

RS Prediction: Brady 3 Blizzard 1

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ROSENTHAL HELPS SPEC MAKE THEIR POINT
LOS BLANCOS 1 SPEC FC 1
A Laurence Rosenthal strike was not enough to keep SPEC FC's winning run going as they came away from west Hendon with a point following a hard-fought tussle against promotion rivals Blancos.

SPEC captain Ashley Burns was sent off in the first half and the hosts made their numerical advantage pay as commanding centre back Aryeh Marks superbly improvised to hook in a loose ball over the SPEC keeper with his back to goal.

Blancos' Joel Minsky told JC Sport: "SPEC are a very strong footballing team. The way they stepped it up going a goal and a man down was impressive - something I doubt many teams, including our own would. Despite that, there are no excuses from our side for letting a one goal lead slip against 10 men, regardless of the opposition's strengths.

"Whilst this is our first game in a month, and only our second since mid-December - we should have had enough to see us over the line, but alas it was not to be. At the end of the day, when it comes to the business end of the season, avoiding defeat against promotion rivals is of great importance, so we can't be too disappointed with the point."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Blancos 1 SPEC 2

RS Prediction: Blancos 2 SPEC 2

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BLAIN SHOWS NORSTAR 'WHO'S THE DADDY!'
NORSTAR B 4 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B 5
Jonny Blain celebrated becoming a dad with a double to complete an excellent day for North London Raiders.

Oli Shorts' men registered their seventh win of the season following a nine-goal thriller against Norstar B, with further strikes from Matt Leader, Darren Russell and Simon Buchler lifted L'Orange into the top five.

Norstar's goals came through Rob Blackman (2), Nick Benson and an own goal.

Raiders boss Oli Shorts told JC Sport: "Norstar gave us an almighty scare towards the end of an incredible match. We went four up but hit the self-destruct button and allowed Norstar back into the game.

"Norstar had a great attitude as they never gave up, even at 4-0 down. The game was obviously a lot more comfortable then the scoreline suggests and it's pleasing to finally win on grass. Results went our way and we're moving up the table. Second place is in sight and the boys are hungry for the next win."

Norstar boss David Lubczanski told JC Sport: "We showed great attitude to fight back from 4-0 down but left it too late, we threatened from set pieces but didn't make them count. We conceded a couple of sloppy goals and times made things difficult for ourselves."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Norstar 1 Raiders 3

RS Prediction: Norstar 1 Raiders 3

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TEN-MAN THORNES MAKE THEIR POINT
NORTH WEST NEASDEN B 1 GLENTHORNE UNITED B 1
Neasden B lost further ground in the title race as a 10-man Glenthorne B came away with a hard earned point thanks to a goal from James Berkley.

Player-manager Adam Levene earned NWN a point.

Thornes joint-player-manager Jordan Sapler told JC Sport: "Liam and I are proud of each and everyone of our players for their performace today. We only had 10 men travel and played on one of he worst pitches I've ever had the displeasure of playing on but I've never been part of a performance that has shown so much teamwork, effort and sheer determination then we showed today.

"Credit to the referee on a very good performance too."

NWN's Adam Levene told JC Sport: "It was a pretty poor game on an awful pitch which made playing passing football very difficult. Neasden should have won the game but we didn't take our chances."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Neasden 2 Glenthorne 1

RS Prediction: Neasden 3 Glenthorne 1

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DIVISION THREE

SEE LEAGUE TABLE

TOP-SCORERS
31 - Ben Zloof (AC Mill Hill)
24 - Jono Gaon (Tottenham Chutspah), Ben Polak (Oakwood B)
16 - Alex Elf (Hendon Utd SC C), Terry Jeffries (Temple Fortune B)
13 - Richard Fogelman (Jewventus)

DIVISION 3 TEAM OF THE WEEK

ZLOOF OPENS THE FLOODGATES
AC MILL HILL 8 BOCA JEWNIORS 1
Star man BEN ZLOOF added another four goals to his tally as table-topping AC Mill Hill crushed Boca Jewniors in the top against bottom clash.

Two early goals from Zloof, following assists from Adam Lenz and Mark Truman, put Mill Hill in the ascendency early on and although Boca pulled one back before half time, the hosts stepped up a gear in the second 45.

A double from Jason 'Wilshere' Shoffman plus one from Adam Lenz plus an own goal saw Mill Hill notch up six in the second half and it could have been seven had Boca keeper Ryan 'Roy' Monk' not denied Zloof a fifth from the penalty spot.

Mill Hill boss Joe Levy told JC Sport: "Not our best performance but another good win. All we can do is win every remaining game and see what happens.

"Thanks to Boca for getting out of bed a bit earlier than planned."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Mill Hill 7 Boca 0

RS Prediction: Mill Hill 8 Boca 1

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JOY FOR GARSON & CO AS HUSTLERS DRAW A BLANK
HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB C 0 FAITHFOLD C 0 (Double-header)
FAITHFOLD C 3 HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB C 0
Hendon C failed to score in two hours of football as Faithfold C boosted their hopes of a top four finish with four more points.

Two goals from striker Stefan Simons and one from David Sherman steered Faithfold to a 3-0 success in match two.

Commenting on the return of Roland Faith, Faithfold manager David Garson told JC Sport: "Roly rolled back the years playing in centre mid, offering a deft touch but with a slightly bigger frame than when he last put on the green hooped shirt!"

SEE MATCH REPORT 1

SEE MATCH REPORT 2

DC Prediction: Hendon C 2 Faithfold C 3/Faithfold C 2 Hendon C 3

RS Prediction: Hendon C 2 Faithfold C 2

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IT'S A WIN DOUBLE FOR LOUGHTON
JEWVENTUS 1 LOUGHTON ORIENT 3
LOUGHTON ORIENT 3 JEWVENTUS 0 (Double-header)
Loughton Orient leapfrogged Jewventus after taking maximum points from a double-header at Peter May.

Dan Curtis' men ran out 3-1 winners in part one and followed it up with three more goals in the second.

James Alexander grabbed a consolation for Jewve.

Loughton manager Dan Curtis told JC Sport: "We were really up for it and were the better side in both games. We wanted the six points and played some really good football. We scored lots of goals which is nice to see and we have some very dangerous players who can hurt the opposition. I am proud of the boys, they gave everything and got the results we needed. I was also very pleased with our defensive side of the game. We were solid and Captain Ryan Kissin was outstanding."

Jewve player-manager Gabriel John told JC Sport: "The better team won."

SEE MATCH REPORT 1

SEE MATCH REPORT 2

DC Prediction: Loughton 2 Jewve 4/Jewve 2 Loughton 2

RS Prediction: Loughton 2 Jewve 3

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OAKS GET BACK ON TRACK
OAKWOOD B 3 NORSTAR C 1
Oakwood B got their title bid back on track with a hard fought win over Norstar C at Parmiters.

With manager Ian Tussie away, Dave Eden masterminded an important win against determined opposition, with goals from Jamie Beale and two for Eric Lewis.

Norstar equalised in the second half when Tom Orr's fortunate touch followed by a stunning volley that dipped in over the keeper but Oakwood scored two more to take the points.

Stand-in Oaks boss Dave Eden told JC Sport: "It proved a difficult week for Oakwood who had to show a lot of character but claimed the all important three points to bounce back from last weeks disappointment."

Norstar boss Zack Gothelf told JC Sport: "Perhaps an unfair result, but a much better performance than the 7-2 last time against Oakwood and to know we should have got something from a team in the top three has given us a lot of hope and a lot to take from the game."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Oakwood B 3 Norstar C 1

RS Prediction: Oakwood B 4 Norstar C 1

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FORTUNE FAVOURS THE BRAVE
TEMPLE FORTUNE B 3 FC TEAM C 7 (Double-header)
FC TEAM C 0 TEMPLE FORTUNE B 0
Title-chasing FC Team C took four points out of a possible six in their second consecutive double-header to move a point clear at the top.

Another hat-trick from DAVID JAMES COHEN set them up for a 7-3 win in the opener. A double from David Joseph Cohen and further strikes from Oli Senchal and Adam Aminoff sealed the win.

Player-manager TERRY JEFFRIES scored all three for Fortune.

But Team could find no way through in part two as defences dominated. Both teams finished with 10 men after having a man sent off.

Jeffries told JC Sport: "We were really poor in match one and were outplayed by a much younger team.

"The second game was much better as we battled from start to finish and our defence was immense."

Speaking about the ref card incident, Jeffries added: " Two players has a little go at each other the ref didn't see it but had to make a decision and sent them both off ."

SEE MATCH REPORT 1

SEE MATCH REPORT 2

DC Prediction: Fortune B 1 Team C 2/Team C 2 Fortune B 2

RS Prediction: Fortune B 3 Team C 3

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TOTTENHAM WIN AT LAST
TOTTENHAM CHUTSPAH 3 L’EQUIPE 2
It was glory, glory Tottenham Chutspah as Ariel Tamman's troops registered their first win since October at the expense of L'Equipe in Regents Park.

Two more goals from top-scorer Jono Gaon, taking him on to 24 in the league this season, plus one from the impressive Adam Morrow did the trick for Ariel Tamman's men.

A delighted Tamman told JC Sport: "We were 1-0 down at half time but in the second half it is fair to say that we dominated having the most possession and chances.

"I feel this week has been very beneficial for us, not only giving us a solid-well needed- three points, but also has kicked us back into the game and on a winning stride again. The players put 100 per cent and it payed off. Now we are just looking to win our next game against L'Equipe and hopefully get back into our old winning team."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Tottenham 1 L/Equipe 2

RS Prediction: Tottenham 1 L’Equipe 2

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CHALLENGE CARO RESULT
Week 1: Caro 4, Rob Richman 5
Week 2: Caro 14, Mitch Young 10
Week 3: Caro 20 (incl. 2 correct scores), Richard Slater 15 (inc. 1 correct score)

Last updated: 1:01pm, March 7 2013