Matchday 31 weekend review

Hendon A claimed their second win in the space of four days to close the gap on NLR A, while Redbridge Jewish Care B clinched the runners-up spot in Division Two with victory in the winner-takes-all tussle with FC Team C.

MIDWEEK REVIEW

PREMIER DIVISION
BRADY MACCABI A 0 HENDON UTD SC A 3
Hendon continued their surge towards the treble, with Yoav Kestenbaum, Yishai Last and Avidan Last disappointing the NLR contingent cheering on Brady at Rowley Lane.

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WEEKEND REVIEW

PREMIER DIVISION

LEAGUE TABLE

HENDON UTD SC A 2 LML WHITE 1
Hendon continued their unbeaten record with a hard-fought win over LML that took them to within nine points of leaders NLR, with four games remaining.

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FC TEAM A 2 OAKWOOD A 2
FC Team boosted their survival hopes with a crucial point against cup finalists Oakwood, courtesy of strikes from Lorian Madanes and Richard Salmon.

Oakwood's goals came through Josh Bentley and Jonny Quinn.

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FAITHFOLD A 2 REDBRIDGE JC A 3
Fabio Reviccio, Dan Lassman and Richard Rosenthal kept RJc on course for third as they outfoxed the Superhoops at the Lodgez

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DIVISION ONE

LEAGUE TABLE

WOODFORD WANDERERS 1 CHIGWELL ATHLETIC 1
Dean Ben Yosef halted Woodford's title charge with Chigwell's goal in a 1-1 draw as the east London derby finished honours even.

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BRADY B P SHIRLEY PARK P
Matched postponed - Shirley defaulted

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LOS BLANCOS 9 BRIXTON OB 3
ADAM WATERS was the hat-trick hero as Blancos condemned Brixton to relegation.

There were also two apiece for top-scorer Jono Gaon, Adam Hersh and Zak McLeod as Blancos registered their biggest win.

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DIVISION TWO

LEAGUE TABLE

REDBRIDGE JC B 2 FC TEAM C 1
Scott Oldstein and Darren Brown fired RJC to a famous win that sealed second place in a winner-takes-all tussle.

Jeremy Julius hit back for Team, but it was RJC that were celebrating at full-time.

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OAKWOOD B P FC TEAM B P
Match postponed - Oakwood defaulted

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DIVISION THREE

LEAGUE TABLE

FAITHFOLD C 1 L'EQUIPE 4
RICHARD FOGELMAN moved L'Equipe into pole position for the title as they ended Faithfold's good run with an impressive 4-1 win at the Lodge.

With Dan Gordon missing for the Superhoops due to his stag, Fogelman took centre stage, with David Prager putting the icing on the cake.

Simon Beresford fired a consolation for Faithfold.

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BOCA JEWNIORS 2 KING CROWN 5
King Crown toppled Boca, with a deadly double from Ben Isaacs leading the way.

Player-manager Jacob Kadoch, Dan Cohen and Brian Weintraub finished the job.

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LOUGHTON ORIENT 2 AC WHETSTONE 1
Experience conquered youth as Loughton edged past Whetstone 2-1.

Whetstone's goal came through Philippe Auret.

    Last updated: 11:03am, April 24 2014