Maccabi Masters will face Glasgow after Lions win
Scored to draw: Avidan Last
Two goals from Nick Collins paved the way for the Maccabi Masters Select XI to beat London Maccabi Lions C and set up a clash against Glasgow Maccabi. Mark Wagman finished the job.
Masters boss Dan Collins praised an "excellent team performance against a very strong Lions side".
A hat-trick from Lloyd Becker steered Southgate Harmen A to an 8-4 win over Red Sea in the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup. Alex Bourne (2), Jonathan Hirshler, Grant Taylor and Alan Hart claimed the others.
Jamie Kent, Alon Hershkorn, Elliot Stern and Shai Davidi were on the mark as South Manx thumped Woodford Wanderers 4-0.
Faithfold A are top of the MSFL Premier Division after beating Hendon United B 4-0. Lenchner (2), Levack and an own goal saw them home.
Hendon United A resurrected their title challenge by taking four points from a double-header against champions North West Neasden A. Josh Lipman hit the only goal in part one.
Neasden led 3-1 in the follow-up with Daniel Levenfiche, Lee Cash and Jake Gottlieb on target but they had Tony Keterman sent off for kicking out at an opponent and Hendon rallied to force a draw with goals from Avidan Last, Saul Conway and Dovid Korman.
A first-half strike from Robert Bloch helped North West Neasden go clear at the top of Division One against Montana Boca United A.
Rob Lerner, Steve Weston, Yoni Sidi and Josh Gordon boosted Brady Maccabi's promotion hopes with a 4-0 win over Redbridge B.
Camden Park had the better of a double-header against Oakwood. Sub Russell Greenfield (2) helped them come from behind to win 2-1 in match one. They played the second game with 10 but Wesley Matthews grabbed a winner.
A last-gasp strike from sub Paul Bean boosted Southgate Harmen B's promotion hopes as they beat leaders North London Raiders B 2-1 in Division Two. Simon White put Harmen ahead from the spot. Steve Bloom levelled late.
A hat-trick from Robert Benson helped Temple Fortune come from 3-1 down to draw 5-5 against FC Team B. Ben Isaacs (2) also netted.
A Luigi Minale double guaranteed a share of the spoils for Holy Mount Zion as they drew a relegation six-pointer against Faithfold B.
Goals from Benjy Engelsman, Rafi Masher and Trevor Silverman earned Hendon C a 3-2 victory over Faithfold C.
Division Three leaders Montana B were indebted to another Mark Simons strike as they edged past FC Marylebone.
FC Heath's Ollie Joseph scored the only goal as L'Equipe's title hopes were dealt a blow.
Yonni Bord and Craig Edwards helped Catford & Bromley Maccabi climb off the foot of the table with a 2-1 win at Zig Zag. Dan Ezra replied.
Division Four table-topper UJIA claimed a pair of wins over Redbridge C. Match one finished 2-1 while Gary Chajet (2), Matt Radstone, Jon Gordon and Mike Murad set up a 5-1 success in the follow-up.
Fraser Levy, Steve Howard and Joe Callum were among the scorers as Team JLGB overcame Athletic Bilbaum 5-2. Edward Green and Anthony Rajwan replied.
UJS Norstar maintained their title charge with two wins over Pinner JFC. Adam Seres (3), Josh Kleiman and Nick Benson found the net in a 5-1 win. Maurice Franks (3), Adam Pike and Harry Abrams helped them romp home 6-0 in part two.
Glenthorne United hit 13 without reply in a double-header against HMH. Daniel Lipman (2), Daniel Jackson (2), David Blitz and Ashley Stanton eased them to a 6-0 win. They went one better in part two with David Blackman (3), Richard Rosenthal, Elliott Coulton and Callum Stein boosting their goal difference.
A Charlie Bernstein treble helped Real Life thump Hendon United D 5-1. Paul Franklin and Jonny Bruck finished the job.
Gab Saul and Gabriel John were on target as Jewventus came from a goal down to beat Blizzard Storm. Ryan Colet replied.