Maccabi Masters review: January 8
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Defending champions Brady Maccabi A continued their seemingly unstoppable march towards another title with a narrow win over South Mancs.
Laurence Myers and David Rose earned them a 2-1 victory, with Simon Davidson replying for Mancs.
Their cause was further helped by Faithfold beating second-placed Glenthorne United A 3-1 thanks to goals from Andy Hearn and a pair from Russell Rich, including a 30-yard lob. Richard Goldstein replied for Glenthorne.
A hat-trick from Paul Van Gelder helped Glenthorne B crush Ashlodge 4-0. Gary Adams completed the scoring.
EDRS Stonegrove overcame Clayhall, with second half goals from Ian Leader - bagging a double - and Tony Platman giving them a 3-0 win.
Hendon recorded a 7-0 win over Glenthorne C thanks to doubles from Adam Keisner, Paul Herszaft and David Jacobs, plus Richard Smith's strike.
London Maccabi Lions remain top after their victory over Marshside, which came thanks to a hat-trick from Barry Silkman, along with David Pollock's strike, which saw them to a 4-1 win. Fara Morghim replied for Marshside.
Brady Maccabi A 2 South Mancs 1
Faithfold 3 Glenthorne United A 1
Glenthorne United B 4 Ashlodge 0
ED Stonegrove 3 Clayhall Park Casuals 0
Hendon 7 Glenthorne C 0
London Maccabi Lions 4 Marshside 1
Barry Silkman (London Maccabi Lions)
Paul van Gelder (Glenthorne B)