JC MSFL Super Soccer Sunday review: November 27

By Danny Caro, November 27, 2011
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First division Brixton Old Boys A caused a sensation after dumping giants Neasden A out of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup, while there was also an impressive victory for cup holders Redbridge Jewish Care A who won 5-0 at Premier Division rivals Faithfold A. Danny Caro looks back on all the action in league and cup.

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JC MSFL HEADLINES
PMT - Wonderful Walker puts Fortune into round four
JC CAC - Brixton batter Neasden A, Five-star Redbridge crush Faithfold, Four-midable Brady pass Chigs test
Div 1 - Deadly Dan puts Redbridge B on top
Div 2 - 10-man Redbridge make their point
Div 3 - Shirley Park edge past Los Blancos in five-goal thriller
Div 4 - FC Team C make their point against Raiders C, while Bilbaum burn Brady

JC HAT-TRICK HEROES
JC CAC - Josh Kennet (Redbridge JC A)
Div 4 - Jake Gilbert (Athletic Bilbaum)

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JC MSFL TOP-SCORERS

DANNY CARO'S TEAM OF THE WEEK

DANNY CARO'S PREMIER DIVISION TEAM OF THE WEEK

DANNY CARO'S DIVISION ONE TEAM OF THE WEEK

DANNY CARO'S DIVISION 2 TEAM OF THE WEEK

DANNY CARO'S DIVISION 4 TEAM OF THE WEEK

JC GOAL OF THE WEEK

JC SAVE OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

JC MISS OF THE WEEK
Guy Belot (Athletico Finchley) - went past the keeper and faced an open goal, he blundered the chance after the ball bobbled. - Taxi for Belot!

JC QUOTE OF THE WEEK
Darren Yarlett (NW Neasden A) - "Warwick Blake today who showed why he is by far the best referee in the league"

JC GAFF OF THE WEEK
Peter Lavelle (Boca Jewniors vs Brixton B) - gave a "phantom penalty" which cost boca their first three points

REFEREE OF THE WEEK:
John Feenstra (LM Lions B vs Hendon Utd SC A)

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YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND THREE

WONDERFUL WALKER TAKES FORTUNE THROUGH
TEMPLE FORTUNE A 3 SOUTHGATE HARMEN B 2
A Paul Walker double plus one from Brett Stead helped Temple Fortune A become the first team to reach round four in a five-goal thriller against Harmen B.

Harmen's goals came through Ben Rosenblatt and Paul Stein.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Temple Fortune A 2 Southgate Harmen B 1

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JC CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP ROUND THREE

LAST 8
Brady Maccabi A (Premier)
Hendon United Sports Club A (Premier)
North London Raiders A (Premier)
Redbridge Jewish Care A (Premier) - holders
Southgate Harmen A (Premier)
Brixton Old Boys A (Division 1)
Hendon United Sports Club B (Division 2)
Faithfold C (Division 2)

THE SHOCKS

SHOCK ONE

NORTH WEST NEASDEN A 0 BRIXTON OLD BOYS A 2
Strikes from James Kaye and Alon Hershkorn saw Brixton cause one of the biggest shocks in MSFL history as they dumped former winners Neasden out of the cup.

The tie was goalless for 63 minutes when Kent raced clear on goal only to be hauled down by Matt Sofier, who was sent off.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: NW Neasden A 2 Brixton OB A 1

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SHOCK TWO

FAITHFOLD HIT FAMOUS FIVE TO KO MONTANA
MONTANA BOCA UNITED 1 FAITHFOLD C 5
Cup kings Faithfold C did it again, sticking five past first division Montana in the process.

There were goals for Scott Ackerman, Ben Portnoi, Joe Levy, Simon Beresford and Matt Smith to clinch a memorable win for David Garson's men.

Montana's consolation came through Mitch Green.

Faithfold manager David Garson told JC Sport: "We played very well and knocked the ball about very well, and at no point were we not in control.

"I can't quite believe we are in the quarter-finals as outside of our three cup games against division one teams, our best result has been a draw ... now if we can just transfer our cup form into the league."

Montana confirmed on Monday morning that they have parted company with manager Vivian Emanuel after a string of poor results. Marc Zeidman and Nick Goodmaker will take charge for the foreseeable future.

SEE MATCH PHOTOS

LATEST NEWS: FULL STORY

DC Prediction: Montana Boca Utd 3 Faithfold C 2

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BEST OF THE REST

KING KENNET CRUSHES FAITHFOLD
FAITHFOLD A 0 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 5
A hat-trick from JOSH KENNET inspired cup holders Redbridge A to a stunning 5-0 win at the Hive against an in-form Faithfold.

It was a game where Eilon Kennet's men flexed their muscles, with further strikes from centre half Brad Frankel and Steve Gevertz putting them into the quarter-finals.

SEE MATCH REPORT

SEE MATCH PHOTOS

DC Prediction: Faithfold A 2 Redbridge JC A 1

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BRADY COME BACK IN FOUR-MIDABLE FASHION
CHIGWELL ATHLETIC 2 BRADY MACCABI A 4
Brady ran out worthy winners in Walthamstow with Josh Rosenfeld's troops coming from behind to reach the last 16.

Lloyd Becker and Jamie Fox had put Chigwell ahead twice in a game where the east Londoners hit the woodwork twice in the opening five minutes.

Brady's goals came through Josh Hershman (2), Zack Presky and defender Jonny Ellis.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Chigwell Athletic 2 Brady A 2 AET (Brady to win on penalties)

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HENDON LEAVE IT LATE AGAINST LIONS B
LONDON MACCABI LIONS B 1 HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A 5 AET (The score was 1-1 after 90 minutes)
Premier Division Hendon A were given an almighty scare at Rowley Lane before eventually over-powering second division Lions B in extra time.

It looked as though the Lions had done enough to claim a famous win following a strike from James Gold but the Hammers broke their resistance with an 89th minute equaliser through supersub Greg Corin.

They took the game away from Lions in extra time with strikes from Paul Bentley, Ben Kon (2) and Danny Kon keeping alive quadruple hopes.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: LM Lions B 1 Hendon Utd SC A 4

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FIVE-STAR RAIDERS ROAR INTO LAST 16
NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 5 CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 1
Strikes from Jamie Wolfson, Adam Joselyn, Jonny Shapiro eased North London Raiders A into the hat for the last 16 as they thumped third division Catford at Brunel.

The other two strikes were own goals, both from devilish crosses from Wolfson.

Catford's consolation came through Ashley Stokes.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: NL Raiders A 3 Catford & Bromley 1

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ELLIS EXCELS FOR HARMEN
SOUTHGATE HARMEN A 1 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B 0
A solitary effort from summer signing Craig Ellis helped Harmen A edge the all-Premier Division encounter against Raiders B in Enfield.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Southgate Harmen A 1 NL Raiders B 3

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HORNETS FLY INTO QUARTERS
HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB B 2 GLENTHORNE UNITED B 1
Hendon edged into the next round after goals from Gav Noe and Pinty Baddiel helped them avoid a potential upset against Division Three title favourites Glenthorne B in west Hendon.

James Rubin had put Glenthorne ahead.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Hendon Utd SC B 2 Glenthorne Utd B 3

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JC MSFL DIVISION ONE

SEE TABLE

DANNY CARO'S DIVISION ONE TEAM OF THE WEEK

OAKS HAVE THE GEEY FORCE
OAKWOOD 4 NORTH WEST NEASDEN B 0
A Matt Geey brace put the Oaks back on track as they proved too strong for Neasden B at Parmiters.

Dan Ash and Rob Davidson finished the job.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Oakwood 1 NW Neasden B 1

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ORGEL PUTS REDBRIDGE B ON TOP
NORSTAR A 1 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 3
Two more goals from the deadly Dan Orgel helped Redbridge B leapfrog Norstar to finish the weekend top of the table.

The influential Jamie Cooper also found the net as Stirling Kay's men extended their unbeaten league run in stylish fashion in Wembley.

Norstar's goal came through Sam Isaacs.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Norstar A 2 Redbridge JC B 2

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DIVISION TWO

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DANNY CARO'S DIVISION 2 TEAM OF THE WEEK

STARS WIN SEVEN-GOAL THRILLER
FC TEAM B 3 NORSTAR B 4
Ben Menahem fired a double to steer Norstar to their second league success as they squeezed past FC Team B in a high-scoring contest.

There was also one apiece from brothers Josh Gaon and Jono Gaon.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: FC Team B 3 Norstar B 1

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LIFE'S TOFF AT THE TOP FOR CAMDEN
GLENTHORNE UNITED A 0 CAMDEN PARK 2
Camden Park remain the only team in Division Two with an unbeaten record after they claimed an impressive victory, courtesy of a Josh Toff double, at London Marathon Playing Fields to move three points clear at the top of the table.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Glenthorne Utd A 2 Camden Park 2

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WEINSTEIN KEEPS REDBRIDGE FLYING HIGH
REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C 1 FAITHFOLD B 1
Doron Weinstein continued his purple patch as Redbridge C claimed their first draw of the season to stay above Faithfold B after a close encounter at Fairlop.

Faithfold's goal came through Adam Grossman.

Redbridge went down to 10 men after 10 minutes after player-manager Daniel Gordon was taken to hospital with a serious back injury.

RJC's Richard Bronzite told JC Sport: "That was a fantastic point gained."

Everyone at JC Sport wishes Flash a full and speedy recovery.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Redbridge JC C 3 Faithfold B 1

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DIVISION THREE

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NEASDEN WIN THE HARD WAY
HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB C 3 NORTH WEST NEASDEN C 6
Neasden won a nine-goal thriller in west Hendon with strikes from player-manager Louis Taylor, Jon Benjamin, Richie Braham, Rafi Cohen, Adam Levene and Oli Joseph.

NWN boss Louis Taylor told JC Sport: "It was a game where we made things much harder for ourselves than we had to. Despite being by far the better team, and taking the lead, we founded ourselves 2-1 down at half time.

"An equaliser from Jon Benjamin in the second half should have seen us push on but we were instead behind again after a mix-up in defence.

"However, we equalised again and this time went for the kill, giving us the win that we deserved.

"I'm happy we won, but I'd like to stop giving teams a head-start in our matches!"

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Hendon Utd SC C 0 NW Neasden C 3

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PARK LIFE ON TOP AFTER LATE SHOW
SHIRLEY PARK 3 LOS BLANCOS 2
Shirley Park went top on goal difference following a five-goal thriller against promotion rivals Los Blancos at Gladstone Park, courtesy of a double from Nicky Plotnik and one from Gideon Gold.

Blancos went into the break 1-0 up after a goal from summer signing Joel Kutner.

Shirley then turned the game on its head with two quickfire strikes 10 minutes from time.

Blancos thought they had earned a point when Sami Birnbaum registered a minute from time but with a draw seeming inevitable, Shirley scored a winner
from a long throw deep into injury time.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Shirley Park 3 Los Blancos 1

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UJIA NOTCH UP 7TH WIN
TEAM JLGB 0 UJIA 3
UJIA continued their promotion push with a comfortable 3-0 win over lowly JLGB, courtesy of strikes from Assi Avital (2), with one coming from the penalty spot, and one from Matt Radstone

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Team JLGB 2 UJIA 4

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DIVISION FOUR

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DANNY CARO'S DIVISION 4 TEAM OF THE WEEK

GLORIOUS GILBERT STUNS BRAD
ATHLETIC BILBAUM 3 BRADY MACCABI B 1
A treble from JAKE GILBERT blew the Division Four promotion race wide open as Athletic Bilbaum moved to within a point of second-placed Brady with an impressive 3-1 victory in Hampstead.

The in-form Dan Hildebrand netted for Brady.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Athletic Bilbaum 2 Brady Maccabi B 4

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FIVE-STAR JEWVENTUS ON SONG
ATHLETICO FINCHLEY 1 JEWVENTUS 5
Goals from Dan Ezra, Gabriel John, James Alexander and Nigel Someck (2) saw Jewventus run out worthy winners against Athletico Finchley.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Athletico Finchley 3 Jewventus 2

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BOCA HAUNTED BY 'PHANTOM GOAL'
BOCA JEWNIORS 2 BRIXTON OLD BOYS B 2
Boca Jewniors came from behind to claim their first-ever point in the JC MSFL, but manager Sefton Monk felt that it should have been three following an entertaining affair against Brixton B.

Farrell Monk and Anton Nyman netted for Boca.

Brixton's goals came through Danny Sherman and Dan Selt.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Boca Jewniors 1 Brixton OB B 2

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RAIDERS DROP FIRST POINTS
FC TEAM C 2 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 2
Division Four leaders North London Raiders C dropped points for the first time this season, but it could have been much worst had two strikes from Ben Hart not helped them come from 2-0 down against FC Team C.

Max Worth and Dave Cohen were the scorers for FC Team.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: North London Raiders C 3 FC Team C 2

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LESNER LEADS THE WAY FOR SPEC FC
SPEC FC 1 TEMPLE FORTUNE B 0
SPEC FC gave their promotion hopes a big boost with a penalty from James Lesner enough to see off fellow high-flyers Temple Fortune B.

The decisive moment came when Fortune's Adam Field was adjudged to have brought down Ricky Lawrence in the penalty area.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: SPEC FC 2 Temple Fortune B 1

Last updated: 2:11pm, November 29 2011