Matchday 32 weekend review

Jeremy Julius bagged a stunning five-goal salvo and there were four more for Golden Boot favourite Richard Fogelman on Matchday 32 of the MGBSFL season, while Hendon A continued their relentless march towards the treble. Danny Caro reflects on the action.

MATCHDAY 32 HEADLINES
Prem Div - Hendon march on
Div 3 - Fabulous Fogelman does it again

HAT-TRICK HEROES
Div 2 - Jeremy Julius (FC Team C)
Div 3 - Richard Fogelman (L'Equipe)

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DANNY CARO'S GOAL OF THE WEEK
Richard Fogelman (L'Equipe) - 20 yards out from goal, and beat a man before finding the top corner

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DANNY CARO'S SAVE OF THE WEEK
David Gordon (FC Team B) - improvised superbly on the six-yard line, sliding feet-first to avert the danger

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DANNY CARO'S QUOTE OF THE WEEK
David Garbacz (Hendon A) - QUOTE 2 - "We have set ourselves up brilliantly for the final assault on all three trophies but we still have huge hurdles to overcome until we can start celebrating. We'll get Pesach out of the way, we'll welcome back the EL Al flights from Tel Aviv, we'll train hard and trust me we will be ready"

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YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

LEAGUE TABLE

PREMIER DIVISION

LEAGUE TABLE

GARBACZ READY FOR 'FINAL' ASSAULT
HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A 3 FC TEAM A 0
A deadly double from Yishai Last helped Hendon move to within six points of leaders NLR A as they completed a league double over FC Team with a comfortable 3-0 win.

Yoav Lebens rubber-stamped Hendon's 12th league win of the campaign.

Delighted Hendon boss David Garbacz told JC Sport: "We can chalk another win off the board, and with just three games to go the title dream is starting to turn into reality.

"The end result was all that really mattered - we have survived the Pesach period where the squad is always tested to the full. My mate Phil Peters was given no encouragement on the sideline and we are looking forward to welcoming him to our final three league games so he can spur us on to the bitter end.

"Our attentions now turn to two massive cup finals. First up Oakwood in the Morrison - we will need to raise our levels significantly from the last two weeks. We have set ourselves up brilliantly for the final assault on all three trophies, but we still have huge hurdles to overcome until we can start celebrating.

"We'll get Pesach out of the way, we'll welcome back the EL Al flights from Tel Aviv, we'll train hard and trust me we will be ready."

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DIVISION ONE

LEAGUE TABLE

SHIRLEY PARK P CHIGWELL ATHLETIC P
Match postponed - Shirley unable to raise a team

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DIVISION TWO

LEAGUE TABLE

JULIUS THE HERO FOR TEAM
AC MILL HILL 0 FC TEAM C 6
JEREMY JULIUS was the star man as FC Team returned to winning ways by hitting Mill Hill for six.

There was another goal for Joel Ross as Team went goal crazy in the second half.

Mill Hill boss Joe Levy commented: "The end of the season cannot come soon enough.”

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SAFETY FIRST FOR TEAM
FC TEAM B 2 ATHLETIC BILBAUM 1
FC Team B secured their second division status, with Freddie Marks and Tom Miller on the goal trail as they came from behind to beat the Baums.

Joint-player-manager Ed Green was the marksman for Bilbaum.

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DIVISION THREE

LEAGUE TABLE

FOGELMAN CREAMS THE CATS
L'EQUIPE 4 CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 2
RICHARD FOGELMAN cemented the Golden Boot with a fab four-goal salvo taking L'Equipe to within one win of the title as they ripped the Cats apart.

Catford's goals came through Oli Hitman and Jeff Gotch.

Jubilant L'Equipe joint-manager Dan Cordell told JC Sport: "One more win, one step closer to the title. We sealed our last home game of the season (undefeated all season at home) with a solid performance and another four goals for hitman Fogelman.

"The game was marred by an incident in the last 10 minutes, but we won't go into that - I just hope Jamie Warwick recovers are going to hospital for stitches.

"One game to go and the boys are so focused on the championship."

Photos on Wednesday ...

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Last updated: 2:41pm, April 25 2014