JC MSFL Matchday 3 review

By Danny Caro, September 18, 2011
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North West Neasden A won a seven-goal thriller against North London Raiders A, while three goals from Jerome Marks steered Woodford Wanderers past UJIA in the cup. Danny Caro looks back on all the action.

JC MSFL MATCHDAY 3 HEADLINES
LFASIC - FA Team A bow out
JC CAC – Top Marks for Woodford
MSFL Prem Div – Neasden win seven-goal thriller
Div 1 – Magic man Michaels gets Chigs off the mark
Div 2 – Camden make it 3 out of 3
Div 4 – Four-midable Raiders C march on

JC HAT-TRICK HEROES
JC CAC – Jerome Marks (Woodford)
Div 4 - Jamie Kent 4, Daniel Bell (both Brixton B)

PETER MORRISON TROPHY DRAW

JC MSFL TOP-SCORERS

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JC TEAM OF THE WEEK

JC GOAL OF THE WEEK

JC SAVE OF THE WEEK

REFEREE OF THE WEEK: Stuart Ansher (NL Raiders A vs NW Neasden A)

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LONDON FA INTERMEDIATE SUNDAY CUP ROUND ONE

FC TEAM EXIT INTERMEDIATE CUP
FC TEAM A 1 APOEL FC 4
Mitch Young's troops bowed out of the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup at the first hurdle after they were put to the sword by Apoel FC.

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JC MSFL PREMIER DIVISION

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RAIDERS AND BRADY REMAIN UNBEATEN
BRADY MACCABI A 0 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B 0
New boys Brady A and Raiders B played out a goalless draw at Rowley Lane, with the Raiders back-line dealing comfortably with the threat posed by Team GB star striker Paul Hakim.

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DC Prediction: Brady Maccabi A 1 NL Raiders B 2

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HAMMERS BACK ON TRACK
HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A 3 SOUTHGATE HARMEN A 0
Two more goals from summer signing Dany Kon plus one from Ari Last helped Hendon get back to winning ways with a comfortable victory against Harmen A at Hadley FC.

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DC Prediction: Hendon Utd SC A 3 Southgate Harmen A 2

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NEASDEN WIN SEVEN-GOAL THRILLER
NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 3 NORTH WEST NEASDEN A 4
An 87th minute own goal saw Neasden come away victorious following a seven-goal thriller in Uxbridge.

Jamie Wolfson had given Raiders an early lead before Jason Lindsay scored his first of two with a free header.

Igal Yahya helped Raiders restore their advantage with a bullet header following a precison cross from Adam Posner.

Neasden stalwart Danny Daggers made it 2-2 with an excellent volley from an Adam Klein cross.

Yahya made it 3-2 with a stunning overhead kick before Lindsay made it 3-3 with a tap-in.

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DC Prediction: NL Raiders A 1 NW Neasden A 3

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DIVISION ONE

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MONTANA MAKE THEIR POINT
MONTANA BOCA UNITED 2 OAKWOOD 2
Promotion rivals Montana and Oakwood shared the points following a well-contested 2-2 draw at the Hive.

Gary Cohen and Mitch Green were the goal men for Montana.

Oakwood's strikes came from Matt Geey and an own goal.

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DC Prediction: Montana Boca Utd 1 Oakwood 2

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MAGIC MAN MICHAELS DOES THE TRICK FOR CHIGS
CHIGWELL ATHLETIC 4 SOUTHGATE HARMEN B 3
Two goals from Glenn Michaels helped Chigwell register their first win of the season as they edged past Harmen B following a thriller in Walthamstow.

Craig Pearl and Daniel Castle clinched the points.

Chigwell were 2-0 up inside 15 minutes with Michaels slotting home followed by a crashing volley from Castle from a Michael Witzenfeld corner.

Harmen's goals came through David Marcus, Josh Sasto and Dan Amram

Chigwell squad: Rob Shepherdon (sub: Jon Swead 70), Lee Hyams, Paul Lenchner, Alex Norman, Russell Yershon, Daniel Castle, Craig Pearl, Adam Goodman (sub: Marc Radzan 75 ), Michael Witzenfeld, Antony Mendel (sub: Richard Slater 82), Glenn Michaels. Sub not used: Dean Michaels

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DC Prediction: Chigwell Athletic 3 Southgate Harmen B 1

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DIVISION TWO

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THREE OUT OF THREE FOR CAMDEN
CAMDEN PARK 4 FAITHFOLD C 1
Doubles from Darren Davidson and David Khalastchi helped Camden make it three out of three as they waltzed past Faithfold C.

Matt Kleinman salvaged a consolation for Faithfold.

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DC Prediction: Camden Park 2 Faithfold C 2

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DIVISION FOUR

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FABULOUS FRANKS INSPIRES RAIDERS C
ATHLETIC BILBAUM 2 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 4
Strikes from Adam Newton, Matt Greene, Rob Samuelson and a stunner from James Franks helped North London Raiders C make it two out of two following a six-goal thriller against Bilbaum in Hampstead.

Bilbaum's scorers were Ed Green and player-manager Mark Pasha.

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DC Prediction: Athletic Bilbaum 2 NL Raiders C 2

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FC TEAM C REGISTER PERFECT 10
BOCA JEWNIORS 1 FC TEAM C 10
Michael Myers' FC Team went goal crazy with Rob Sanford, David Cohen and Max Worth helping themselves to two apiece.

Jamie Cooper, Matt Sheldon, Dean Marks and Eitan Ben-Zion completed the rout.

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DC Prediction: Boca Jewniors 2 FC Team C 4

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BRIXTON B ARE GR-8
BRIXTON OLD BOYS B 8 ATHLETICO FINCHLEY 5
Four goals from JAMIE KENT inspired Brixton B to victory in an extraordinary 13-goal thriller against Finchley.

Left-winger DANIEL BELL fired a hat-trick.

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DC Prediction: Brixton B 2 Athletico Finchley 3

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JC CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP ROUND ONE

TOP MARKS FOR WOODFORD
UJIA 0 WOODFORD WANDERERS 3
A JEROME MARKS hat-trick eased Woodford into the second round as they eased past UJIA at Chase Lodge.

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DC Prediction: UJIA 0 Woodford Wanderers 5

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BRILLIANT BARATY BOOSTS CATS
CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 4 FC TEAM B 1
Two goals from livewire Eli Baraty steered the Cats towards their first win of the season as they overpowered FC Team B at Norsemen.

Further strikes from Yoni Bord and Ashley Stokes sealed the win.

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DC Prediction: Catford & Bromley Maccabi 3 FC Team B 2

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HORNETS HIT HUSTLERS FOR SIX
HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB C 1 HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB B 6
The Hendon United derby went with form with the Bs hitting the Cs for six.

Gav Noe (2), RA Noe (2), Chaim Gothold and Pinty Baddiel were the marksmen for Hendon B.

Goal king Benny Goldberg scored the consolation.

Hornets boss Motty Korman told JC Sport: "This was another good result for us although we have tough challenges in the weeks to come so we can't get complacent.

"We are playing good football and scoring goals but picked up a few injuries."

C team gaffer Avi Gelley told JC Sport: "It's annoying that we were hamstrung by the 14-day rule for the CA Cup. I'd love to know why it is in place."

DC Prediction: Hendon C 2 Hendon B 3

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LOS BLANCOS SHOW SPEC WHAT FOUR
SPEC FC 1 LOS BLANCOS 4
A brace from Sami Birnbaum plus one apiece from Dovid Greenberg and Benji Englesmen eased Los Blancos to a comfortable win over new boys SPEC.

Adam Lenz netted for SPEC.

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DC Prediction: SPEC 1 Los Blancos 2

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NEASDEN B TWO GOOD FOR JEWVE
JEWVENTUS 0 NORTH WEST NEASDEN B 2 AET
Extra time strikes from Louis Taylor and Johnny Cutter helped first division Neasden B overcome a spirited Jewventus.

Neasden player-manager Daniel Hodes told JC Sport: "The game entailed us dominating possession with plenty chances but unable to score until 115 minutes had gone.

"Jewventus broke away three times and could have scored on each occasion including one chance that was saved onto the post by our keeper.

"Credit to them for fighting all they way and we will need to be sharper in front of goal as time goes on."

Proud Jewve boss Gabriel John told JC Sport: "We lasted 115 minutes against a good Neasden side. We played all extra time a man down after two players left for Spurs.

"It was a really pleasing performance."

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LIONS TAME FORTUNE
LONDON MACCABI LIONS B 2 TEMPLE FORTUNE B 1
Lions B proved just too strong for a gutsy Temple Fortune B.

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BRADY BUNCH TOP OF THE SHOCKS
BRADY MACCABI B 1 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C 0
Kane Alexander was the matchwinner as Brady caused one of the shocks of the round, beating second division Redbridge C.

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MATCHES OFF
Prem Div – LM Lions A P Redbridge JC A - due to a bereavement
JC CAC – NW Neasden C P Glenthorne Utd A P - Match postponed – due to a bereavement
Norstar A P Glenthorne Utd B P - Match postponed – due to a bereavement
Blizzard Storm vs Shirley Park
L'Equipe vs Brixton Old Boys A

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Last updated: 10:57am, September 21 2011