So nearly for Neasden

By Danny Caro, December 22, 2011
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In the wars: Chigwell's Dan Castle puts his body on the line

In the wars: Chigwell's Dan Castle puts his body on the line

North West Neasden A missed the chance to go top of the JC MSFL Premier Division following a pulsating 3-3 draw against defending champions Redbridge Jewish Care A.

Marc Lazare fired a double with Lee Cash scoring the goal of the game with a stunning 35-yard effort for Neasden.

Redbridge's goals came through Adam Bolle (2) and Danny Hakimi.

Chigwell ended Redbridge B's long unbeaten record to move to within three points of their east London rivals following a 2-1 win.

Glenn Michaels and captain Dan Castle were the marksmen for Chigwell, who also accounted for the RJC goal when defender Lee Hyams scored an own goal.

Ed Weisz, Rob Hershkorn and Jamie Kent were the scorers as Brixton Old Boys A beat Temple Fortune A 3-0.

Southgate Harmen B ended a bad run of results with an impressive 2-1 win over promotion-chasing Norstar A .

They came from behind with a stunning solo effort from Paul Stein and an 87th minute winner from Doron Hershkorn.

Faithfold B climbed back into fourth position in Division Two following a 5-0 drubbing of Norstar B. Two goals from Richard Winton plus one apiece from Adam Grossman, Ben Moss and Saul Bloomberg sealed the win .

A five-goal salvo from player-manager Craig Sandford lifted Glenthorne United B five points clear at the top of Division Three following a 10-1 demolion of Hendon C.

Dan Lassman, James Rubin, Adam Bernstein, James Law and Liam Stein completed the rout.

Neasden C came from behind to beat promotion rivals Shirley Park 2-1. Sacha Benfredj's early strike was cancelled out by goals from Adam Levene and Oli Joseph.

New signing Stefan Simons capped a dream debut by firing Blizzard Storm to a 3-1 success over Team JLGB. Brett Freedman added a third, while Dave Mitchell scored for JLGB.

Ben Bell's double helped Bilbaum open a five-point lead at the top of Division Four. Mark Pasha and Joe Bekhor also found the net in a 4-0 win over Brixton B.

SPEC FC boosted their promotion hopes with a 5-0 mauling of Jewventus. Strikes from Ricky Lawrence, Jack Bookatz, Rob Murray, Craig Cohen and Dan Cohen took them into third place.

Brady B made it eight wins from nine games with a 4-2 success over Temple Fortune B. They came from behind after Fortune player-manager Terry Jeffries claimed his 17th of the season. Braces from Dan Hildebrand and captain James Joseph, clinched the points. Jeremy Barnett added a second for Fortune.

Ben Mandell bagged a brace to make it five goals in two games as Athletico Finchley beat Boca Jewniors 3-0. Don Mansoor finished the job.

    Last updated: 5:00pm, December 22 2011