JC MSFL Matchday 3 review

By Danny Caro, September 16, 2012
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SPEC FC finished the year on a high with a memorable victory and clean sheet against arch rivals Brady B. Danny Caro reflects on all the action on Matchday 3 in the JC MSFL.

Wishing all players, clubs, officials, followers and JC readers a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

JC MSFL MATCHDAY 3 HEADLINES
Prem Div – Faithfold edge past Redbridge
Div 1 – Five-star Camden crush UJIA
Div 2 – Super SPEC FC bambooze Brady
Div 3 - Terrific Team effort denies AC Mill Hill

JC HAT-TRICK HEROES
Prem Div - Jacob Gold (Hendon A)
Div 1 - Yishai Last (Hendon B)
Div 2 - Adam Goldman (Glenthorne B), Adam Hersh (Los Blancos)
Div 3 - Jono Gaon, Simon Hakimian (both Tottenham Chutspah), John Kemp (Temple Fortune B)

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TOP-SCORERS

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PHOTOGALLERY

PREM DIV: LIONS A VS BRADY MACCABI A

DIV 2: BRADY MACCABI B vs SPEC FC

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY DRAW

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DANNY CARO'S JC 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 THREE TEAM OF THE WEEK

MEET THE CONTENDERS

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JC GOAL OF THE WEEK
Marc Cohen (Southgate Harmen)

MEET THE CONTENDERS

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JC SAVE OF THE WEEK
Simon Roth (Athletic Bilbaum) - pulled off a truly unbelievable save - at full stretch tipping a curling effort from the corner of the 18-year-box, which was destined to nestle in the far corner, around the post to the dismay of the Catford players and fans who were already getting ready to celebrate

JC SUPERSUB OF THE WEEK
1. David Cohen (FC Team C)

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JC TWEET OF THE WEEK
Danny Steel (Hendon B) - "inspirational pre-match teamtalk by Chaim Gothold 'nobody wants to be sitting in shul for two days thinking about how we lost on Sunday'"

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YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

JC MSFL PREMIER DIVISION

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GLORIOUS GOLD COMES BACK TO HAUNT RAIDERS
NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 1 HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A 6
Champions Hendon hit Raiders for six at Brunel, with JACOB GOLD coming back to haunt his former club with a top-class hat-trick.

Further strikes from Avidan Last, Greg Corin and Rafi Kon completed the rout.

David Dinkin grabbed a consolation for Raiders.

Hendon boss David Garbacz told JC Sport: "We put in a tremendous performance today. We flew out of the blocks and were four goals up within half an hour, with Jacob Gold absolutely terrorising the Raiders defence and pouncing on any hesistation at the back.

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DC Prediction: Raiders 2 Hendon 3

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THREE OUT OF THREE FOR SUPERHOOPS
FAITHFOLD A 2 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 1
Faithfold maintained their perfect start with a third consecutive home victory, this time over former champions Redbridge at Chase Lodge.

Paul Savitz and Jonny Haik were the scorers for Faithfold.

Steve Summers was the marksman for Redbridge.

Faithfold boss Zuriel Solomon told JC Sport: ""Redbridge are a strong team and always organised and made it difficult but I'm proud today of my boys just for their hard work and determination."

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DC Prediction: Faithfold 1 Redbridge 1

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DERBY DELIGHT FOR FOUR-MIDABLE LIONS
LONDON MACCABI LIONS A 4 BRADY MACCABI A 0
The Lions made their title intentions clear with a stunning four-goal success over Brady in the Rowley Lane derby.

Two goals from striker Mike Pearson, one from Lorian Madanes, making it three in two, and one from Oli Craig put the icing on the cake.

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Lions joint-manager Jacob Newman told JC Sport: "We played well in spells, but Brady too had some good chances to get on the scoresheet and if not for some outstanding saves from Sam Singer and supeb defending from Jake Lew, the scoreline may have been very different."

Brady boss Joel Nathan told JC Sport: "We're very disappointed as result flattered Lions as apart from the actual goals Oli Colmans only had one save to make while we worked their keeper numerous times.

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DC Prediction: Lions 1 Brady 1

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STARS AND TEAM DRAW AGAIN
NORSTAR A 2 FC TEAM A 2
Norstar and FC Team shared the points after an entertaining 2-2 draw in Harrow.

Josh Pistol and Josh Green registered for Norstar, with Jonny Breger and Mark Harris on target for Team.

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DC Prediction: Norstar 1 FC Team 1

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DIVISION ONE

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FIVE-STAR CAMDEN CRUSH UJIA
CAMDEN PARK 5 UJIA 1
Camden bounced back from last week's defeat against Lions B with a five-star performance against UJIA.

Ben Harris, Leo Feldman, Luke Brookner, Josh Toff and David Kanzen were the marksmen for Camden.

Nick Russell grabbed a consolation for the visitors.

UJIA player-manager Darren Rolfe told JC Sport: "Having gone 1-0 up and hitting the bar and post, we gifted Park an equaliser, So it was all square at half-time.

"The game changed when a serious head injury occurred on 55 minutes with UJIA's Josh Burns requiring several stitches to a head wound and a Park player with a bloodied mouth and no front teeth.

"The ref awarded a spot kick that was saved by me, however the park boys were quickest to the rebound and went 2-1.

"Having had 10 years on most UJIA players, Park's pass-and-move game was too much for us and it could have been except for some excellent saves from me."

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DC Prediction: Camden Park 3 UJIA 1

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HORNETS HAVE THE LAST LAUGH
HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB B 5 FAITHFOLD B 1
YISHAI LAST was the hat-trick hero as Hendon claimed their first win with a thumping 5-1 success over Faithfold B in West Hendon.

Further efforts from joint-player-manager Chaim Gothold and RA Noe wrapped up a deserved win.

Faithfold's consolation came through Jonny Horowitz.

Hendon joint-player-manager Motty Korman told JC Sport: "We played well, came back from goal down and could even afford to miss a penalty. We were solid throughout."

DC Prediction: Hendon 2 Faithfold 1

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THORNES HIT HIGH FIVES
SHIRLEY PARK 2 GLENTHORNE UNITED A 5
Glenthorne A put down another title marker, this time putting five past Shirley Park at Norseman FC.

Two-goal hero Craig Sandford led the way, with James Rubin, James Law and Josh Wynne sealing the victory.

Thornes manager Sam Rosenthal told JC Sport: "It was another good game against Shirley boys - scrappy first half but comfortable in the end. We should've won by more."

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DC Prediction: Shirley Park 1 Glenthorne A 2

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SHAW-FOOTED WOODFORD OFF THE MARK
SOUTHGATE HARMEN 1 WOODFORD WANDERERS 1
A strike from Jamie Shaw earned Woodford their first point of the season following a right ding-dong against Harmen at Ashmole School.

Woodford joint-player-manager Jerome Marks told JC Sport: "It was a much-improved display and we were probably unlucky not to leave north London with all three points."

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DC Prediction: Harmen 2 Woodford 1

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CHIGWELL LATE SHOW BREAKS FORTUNE HEARTS
TEMPLE FORTUNE A 1 CHIGWELL ATHLETIC 2
An 86th minute winner earned Chigwell their first win of the season following a hard-fought contest against Fortune at the Hive.

Chigwell forged ahead after 15 minutes when a crossfield pass from player-manager Richard Slater found Jamie Fox who finished coolly.

Fortune levelled with a calm poked finish past Marc Jacobs, but Chigwell had the last laugh when a late corner from Slater found its way into the net, with a parry from the keeper.

Chigwell: Mark Jacobs Pierce Prince (sub: Russell Yershon 65), Paul Lenchner, Lee Hyams, Richard Slater, Russell Brill, Craig Pearl, Daniel Castle, Richard Baum (sub: Jonatham Swead 87), Anthony Mendel (sub: Dean Ben Yosef 60), Jamie Fox

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DC Prediction: Temple Fortune A 2 Chigwell Athletic 3

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DIVISION TWO

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BAUMS EDGE PAST THE CATS
ATHLETIC BILBAUM 2 CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 1
Adam Landes and Ben Bell steered Bilbaum past the Cats at Copthall.

Joel Isaacs pulled one back for the Cats.

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DC Prediction: Athletic Bilbaum 3 Catford & Bromley 2

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SUPER SPEC BAMBOOZLE BRADY
BRADY MACCABI B 0 SPEC FC 2
SPEC FC got their season up and running with a fantastic victory over title favourites Brady B at Rowley Lane.

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The dynamic Daniel Amram made scored his second goal of the season, with another from Marc Hecht completing the job.

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DC Prediction: Brady B 2 SPEC FC 1

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GOLDMAN GLORY FOR GLENTHORNE
FC TEAM B 1 GLENTHORNE UNITED B 6
ADAM GOLDMAN was the star of the show for Glenthorne B who hit FC Team B for six.

Ryan Cole, Andy Herman and Jay Lawrence wrapped up a one-sided contest.

Glenthorne joint-player-manager Jordan Sapler told JC Sport; "It was an absolutely fantastic performance. We got rid of most of the defensive mistakes from last week and looked solid.

"Going forward, though, we were a different class. Jay Lawrence put through ball after through ball and Ryan and the Goldman brothers gave the FC Team defence a horrid time.

"Being 4-0 up at half time we took our foot off the pedal but Liam and I are delighted with the performance"

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DC Prediction: FC Team B 2 Glenthorne B 4

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BLANCOS STUN RAIDERS INTO SUBMISSION
LOS BLANCOS 5 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B 1
Player-manager ADAM HERSH led from the front as Blancos battered Raiders B 5-1.

There were also goals for Mikey Mendelsohn and Josh Gaon on a memorable morning for the team.

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DC Prediction: Los Blancos 3 Raiders B 3

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THREE OUT OF THREE FOR NEASDEN B
NORTH WEST NEASDEN B 2 NORSTAR B 0
Sam Foster and Simon Cohen were the goal men as Neasden B registered their third straight win.

There was even a clean sheet for emergency keeper Jonny Blain.

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DC Prediction: NW Neasden B 4 Norstar B 0

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BRILLIANT BINDER GETS REDBRIDGE OFF THE MARK
REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 2 BLIZZARD STORM 2
As predicted, Redbridge B and Blizzard shared the points following a four-goal thriller at Fairlop.

Ben Binder bagged a brace for Jon Jacobs' troops.

Zak Presky and Adam Speck registered for Blizzard.

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DC Prediction: Redbridge B 2 Blizzard 2

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DIVISION THREE

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TERRIFIC TEAM EFFORT DENIES AC MILL HILL
AC MILL HILL 2 FC TEAM C 2
FC Team C became the first side to take points off the much-fancied AC Mill Hill and it could have been three had it not been for a crucial double penalty save from home keeper James Grabiner.

Star striker Ben Zloof found the net again to make it 10 goals in just three games, with Mark Truman grabbing the other for the home side.

AC Mill Hill player-manager Joe Levy told JC Sport: "This was our toughest test so far against a well-organised opposition.

"Having gone 2-0 up, we were disappointed not to have seen it out but on reflection was a fair result."

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DC Prediction:

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TOTTENHAM CHUTSPAH GO GOAL CRAZY
BOCA JEWNIORS 2 TOTTENHAM CHUTSPAH 9
Tottenham Chutspah maintained their excellent starts with JONO GAON and SAMMY HAKIMIAN leading the way with hat-tricks.

Further strikes from James Segal, Theo Mandel and Zach Margolin put the icing on the cake.

Boca's goals came through player-manager Jamie Weinrich and a long-range stunner from Lex Slater.

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DC Prediction: Boca Jewniors 1 Tottenham Chutspah 5

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SUPER SINCLAIR INSPIRES ORIENT
NORSTAR C 3 LOUGHTON ORIENT 4
Jaimie Sinclair (2), Dean Silver and Byron Watkins hit the net as Loughton Orient won a seven-goal thriller against Norstar C.

Norstar's goals came through Reuben Cramer, Luke Goldsmith and an own goal.

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DC Prediction: Norstar C 1 Loughton Orient 3

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FAITHFOLD SHOW L'EQUIPE WHAT FOUR
FAITHFOLD C 4 L’EQUIPE 0
Faithfold C got their season up and running with an impressive performance which resulted in a 4-0 win over L'Equipe.

DC Prediction: Faithfold 2 L’Equipe 3

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CLASSY KEMP HELPS FORTUNE B DESTROY JEWVE
JEWVENTUS 1 TEMPLE FORTUNE B 8
A hat-trick from summer signing JOHN KEMP helped Temple Fortune B maintain their free-scoring ways with a high-scoring victory over Jewventus at Chase Lodge.

A very evenly fought first half saw Fortune go behind to a gift from Phil Small, but battled back and drew level after a fine through ball from Dean Ingram to Terry Jeffries who tucked it away neatly.

In the second half Jewventus put Fortune under some early pressure but after Gideon Wetrin scored from a corne, Fortune took control of the game, adding further goals from Jeffries and Kemp with a superb chip from distance.

Kemp completed a fine hat-trick before Dean Ingram rounded off the scoring with two more.

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DC Prediction: Jewventus 3 Temple Fortune B 4

Last updated: 11:12am, September 20 2012