Corin class cages Lions

By Danny Caro, November 11, 2010
The one that got away: Faithfold keeper Ben Law (left) denies Lewis Walker in a game where Daran Bern sparkled

The one that got away: Faithfold keeper Ben Law (left) denies Lewis Walker in a game where Daran Bern sparkled

Redbridge striker Daran Bern was not the only star turn on matchday 10 of the Maccabi League season. A man-of-the-match display from Greg Corin helped Hendon A thump London Maccabi Lions B 8-0. Corin joined Yishai Last (2), Ben Kon (2), Saul Conway, Ari Last and Paul Bentley on the scoresheet as Hendon climbed to second in the table.

Jonny Blain, Daniel Sanford and top-scorer Jacob Gold steered North London Raiders A to a 3-2 victory over Lions A. Jon Green and Ben Joseph replied. Two goals from Ben Murrell helped Harmen A past Neasden B.

Three goals from Josh Hershman set up Brady Maccabi's 7-2 win over Redbridge B in Division Two. Nick Berman, Ben Gershuny, Steve Field and supersub Jonny Isbitt finished the job.

North London Raiders B came from behind to move to within a point of top spot in Division One. James Gold had put Lions C ahead but Mike Hershman and David Dinkin wrapped up Raiders' fourth league win. Montana A climbed above Chigwell Athletic after coming from 3-1 down. Paul Lenchner and an own goal had put Chigwell in the box seat but Montana rallied with efforts from Simon Wax (3), Craig Edwards and Adam Osper.

Norstar A remain top of Division Two as strikes from Josh Green and Adam Kaldor saw them past Montana B.

A hat-trick from John Fisher helped Temple Fortune A return to winning ways as they overpowered L'Equipe. Josh Lewis had put L'Equipe ahead only for Scott Shindler to complete a stirring comeback.

Paul Shone and Darryl Green were the marksmen as Woodford won the promotion battle against Faithfold B 2-1.

Brothers Gav Noe (2) and Raphael Noe did the damage as Hendon B edged past FC Team B. An 83rd minute penalty from James Kaye was all that separated Brixton Old Boys and FC Marylebone.

Glenthorne A beat Essex rivals Redbridge A to maintain their challenge at the top of Division Three. Simon Bitton, Ashley Stanton and Greg Morris hit the target.

Adam Kaye, Simon Beresford, Rob Phillips and top-scorer Ben Simons (2) set up Faithfold C's 5-3 win at Real Life whose goals came from Charlie Bernstein (2) and Paul Franklin.

An incredible eight-minute hat-trick from Stefan Simons was the difference as Heath Banta thumped Team JLGB 5-1. Dan Breger and Benji Peters completed the job. Ryan Kangisser and Daniel Stone were the marksmen as Catford & Bromley Maccabi edged past UJIA.

A solitary effort from Mariusz Mielniczuk separated Holy Mount Zion and Zig Zag. Hendon C halted Blizzard Storm's title charge in Division Four with Dani Rothenberg (2), Dov Birnbaum and Mikey Mendelsohn the marksmen.

The result allowed Glenthorne B to go clear at the top following a 3-2 win over Jewventus. Top-scorer Fabio Revieccio, Daniel Lassman and a wonder strike from Josh Cohen, from inside his own half, edged them home. Athletic Bilbaum claimed a 5-4 win over Temple Fortune B with goals from Jacob Brunner, Edward Green, Simon Finkelstein, Josh Greibach and Seb Silverman. Jeff Bathija (2) and Marc Herman (2) struck for Fortune.

Jerome Colmans and Dominic Hallett steered Inter Borehamwood past Neasden C. Danny Kon (3), Sami Birnbaum (2) Adam Cohen and Dovid Greenberg helped Los Blancos crush North London Raiders C 7-2. Gideon Gold and Jason Lindsay claimed trebles as Shirley Park proved too strong for Pinner JFC.

Last updated: 5:12pm, November 11 2010