Hendon through to semi-final
Hendon United A will play Faithfold A in the Peter Morrison Trophy semi-final on Sunday after thumping Premier Division rivals Redbridge Jewish Care A 5-2.
The JC League Cup runners-up were indebted to goals from Ben Kon (2), Avidan Last, Avishai Last and Dovid Korman. Danny Hakimi and Lewis Walker netted for RJC.
North West Neasden A boosted double hopes with a 2-0 victory over Cyril Anekstein Cup winners London Maccabi Lions A. Tony Keterman and James Gershfield were the scorers.
Goals from Danny Myers and Gary Cohen were the scorers as Montana Boca United A completed their Division One campaign with victory over Camden Park.
Mitch Hahn and Jerome Marks put Woodford Wanderers on the verge of Division Three glory with victory over title rivals UJS Norstar A. Ben Eliad replied.
Alex Aviram, the Woodford manager, said: "The momentum is in Essex now. We've met them three times and have beaten them three times, That record speaks for itself. We won the battle on Sunday but the war is far from over."
A hat-trick from Joey Korilin plus one apiece from Paul Rubenstein, Nick Stern, Mark Singer, Daniel Caplan, Jason Miller and Julian Bohm steered L'Equipe to a 9-0 demolition of Hendon C.
Athletic Bilbaum dented Redbridge C's title hopes with Jacob Brunner (2) and James David on target in a 3-2 victory in Division Four. David Castle and Craig Sanford replied.
David Israel (3), Daniel Braunhold and Dovid Greenberg helped Hendon D beat Blizzard Storm 5-3. Joel Kutner, Stuart Muller and Alex Speck hit back for Storm.
Dan Channing and Gabriel John were on target as Jewventus beat Pinner JFC 4-2. Alex Sherr and Jordan Segal replied.