Free-scoring Redbridge take Harmen to the cleaners
Redbridge Jewish Care A made it 11 goals in two games as they put newly-promoted Southgate Harmen A to the sword with a 6-1 win in the Premier Division. Sam McCarthy (2), Daran Bern (2), Danny Hakimi and Ben Sollosi completed the rout. Ben Graham grabbed a consolation for Harmen.
RJC manager Sam McCarthy said: "There was a greater pressure on the team going into this match as we needed to show we were not a one-game wonder. I was pleased the team responded in the right way and came out with the same level of commitment and fight."
Two goals from Daryl Phillips kept Faithfold A second following a 2-0 win over London Maccabi Lions A.
Hendon United Sports Club A won match of the day as they overcame North London Raiders A 4-3. Yishai Last (2), Paul Bentley and Saul Conway put Hendon 4-0 at the break. Jacob Gold (2) and substitute Ben Sheldon pulled the Raiders back to within a goal but Hendon held on. Hendon manager David Garbacz said: "We were fantastic in the first half and realistically could have been up by even more. All credit to Raiders for coming back so strong where lesser teams might have given up. They gave us a real fright."
Bradley Sharp (2) and Danny Daggers got Neasden B off to a winning start as they overcame Lions B 3-1. Jon Green replied.
Goals from Richard Salmon, Dan Silverman and Danny Moss took FC Team A to the top of Division One as they beat Redbridge B 3-0.
Brady Maccabi clinched back-to-back wins with a 4-0 success over Lions C. Zak Presky, Mark Smith, Josh Hershman and an own goal saw them home.
Montana Boca United A got off the mark with a 2-0 win over Southgate Harmen B. Sub Gary Cohen got both goals.
Oakwood and North London Raiders B shared the points after a 2-2 draw. Ben Myers and Tom Rose struck for Oakwood with Lewis Blitz and Nicky Woolf replying for Raiders.
Doron Hershkorn and Daniel Hildebrand were among the scorers as Faithfold B stayed top of Division Two after drawing 3-3 against Montana B. Mark Simons (2) and Matt Elash replied.
Temple Fortune A made an impressive start with Rob Benson (2) and summer signing Scott Shindler on target in the 3-1 win over Norstar A. Jamie Freed replied.
Darryl Green (2), Elliott Gold and Jamie Golding helped Woodford Wanderers outclass FC Team B.
A Jamie Lawrence double saw Division Three leaders Glenthorne United A overcome Norstar B 2-1.
Faithfold C and Heath Banta remain unbeaten after a 2-2 draw. Ben Simons and Josh Sugarbread gave Faithfold the upper hand but Dan Ejdelman and Jamie Beale hit back.
A hat-trick from Jamie Sinclair steered Redbridge C towards a 5-3 win at Real Life. Daniel Gordon grabbed the other two. Real's goals came through Charlie Bernstein, Dan Markeson and Kenny Markeson.
Bradley Cohen and Tony Plaskow helped UJIA make a winning start as they edged past an improving Catford & Bromley Maccabi 2-1.
Zig Zag claimed their first victory with Josh Toff (2) and Laurence Rosenthal on the mark in a 3-2 win over Team JLGB. Josh Danan and Joe Cullum replied.
Fabio Revieccio (5) and Daniel Lassman (4) inspired Glenthorne B to an 11-0 mauling of Pinner JFC. Liam Stein and Jamie Crawford completed the rout. Pinner manager Vivian Emanuel said: "I'm embarrassed, dismayed and angry."
Blizzard Storm were in seventh heaven against Neasden C. Joe Stolerman (4) and Daniel Vandermolen were among the scorers. Laurence Spear bagged a double for 10-man Neasden.
Title hopefuls Jewventus hit five against Athletic Bilbaum with player-manager Gabriel John (2), Richard Fogelman, Jeremy Kornhauser and an own goal contributing to a 5-2 victory. Rob Rodney (2) replied.
North London Raiders B drew 2-2 with Temple Fortune B. Joe Bitton and Saul Stetson struck for Raiders with Terry Jeffries and substitute Gavin Weir on target for Fortune.
New boys Shirley Park and Inter Borehamwood finished goalless.