Shirley they're serious

December 8, 2011
Fear Factor: Elliot Stern has Brixton in bother

Fear Factor: Elliot Stern has Brixton in bother

Shirley Park boss Dave Lusman has thrown down the gauntlet to his players after they knocked Premier Division Southgate Harmen A out of the Peter Morrison Trophy.

Strikes from Nicky Plotnek and Stefan Benfredj set up a last-16 clash against MJSL side Hyde Park following a 2-1 win for the Division Three outfit.

"We knocked out a decent Harmen team but the competition's only going to get tougher," said Lusman.

"Let's see how we far we can go."

Elsewhere, Raiders B came from behind to end Faithfold A's hopes of cup silverware this season.

Daryl Phillips had put Faithfold ahead from the penalty spot but he had a second effort saved by Raiders' keeper David Simnock.

Today was about a reaction - and I got one

Strikes from Dave Esterkin and David Dinkin won it for Raiders.

Two goals from Paul Hakim plus one apiece from TJ Keterman and Josh Hershman helped Brady A to a 4-0 win over Raiders A.

Neasden A exacted revenge on a Brixton A team who beat them in the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup last week. Marc Lazare, Danny Daggers and Ben Joseph were the goal men as Neasden ran out 3-1 winners. George Fierstone replied for Brixton.

Neasden joint-manager Darren Yarlett said: "Today was about a reaction and I got one."

Doubles from Ben Kon, Danny Kon and Avidan Last maintained Hendon A's quadruple hopes as they destroyed Montana 8-0. Greg Corin and Yoav Kestenbaum completed the rout.

Two apiece from Adam Bolle and Ben Sollosi saw Redbridge JC A overpower Hendon B 4-0.

Lions A crushed Woodford 7-1 with braces from Michael Kenley, Alex Bowman, Jeremy Julius and one from Josh Newman.

Oakwood held their nerve to win a penalty shoot-out against Norstar A. It finished 2-2 after extra time.

Chigwell defeated L'Equipe 3-0 with goals from Adam Goodman, Russell Becker and Jon Swead.

James Gold and two own goals helped Lions B edge past FC Team B 3-2.

In the JC MSFL, Redbridge B opened a four-point lead at the top of Division One with a 10-1 thumping of Neasden B. A five-goal blast from Dan Orgel led the way with Joel Faugh hitting a hat-trick.

An 87th-minute equaliser from Mike Khalastchi took Camden Park a point clear in Division Two following a 2-2 draw against Faithfold C.

Adam Grossman and Adam Kantor exchanged goals as Faithfold B drew with Glenthorne A.

Doron Weinstein moved to the top of the goal charts with a hat-trick, making it 18 for the season following Redbridge C's 5-2 success over FC Team B.

Glenthorne B grabbed an eighth straight win with Fabio Revieccio, Craig Sandford and Dan Lassman on target in the 3-0 victory over Los Blancos.

Last updated: 1:38pm, December 8 2011