Chigwell pull through as Faithfold flag

By Craig Silver, September 19, 2008
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Chigwell Athletic A made a winning start in the Premier Division in a five-goal thriller against Faithfold A. Greg Bookman, Dean Ben Yosef and new signing Aron Barnes struck for the East Londoners. Chigwell old boy Paul Lenchner, with his sixth different Premier Division club, bagged a brace on his competitive Faithfold debut.

Saul Conway (3) and Ari Last were on the mark as Hendon United A beat London Maccabi Lions B 4-2. James Stanley (2) replied for the Lions.

Aron Lawee (3) led the way as Bafana Bafana claimed their first victory with an 8-0 demolition of Redbridge Jewish Care. Dan Perkins, Dan Igra, Anthony Jaff, Eyal Fisher and Jamie Davies finished the job.

Division One title hopefuls South Manx A were held 3-3 by Hendon United B. Paul Babai, Jonny Haik and Adam Littess were Manx's marksmen. Chaim Gothold, Ben Kon and Martin Smulovitch replied for Hendon.
Ollie Kenner scored again as Brady Maccabi drew 1-1 with Faithfold B for whom Darren Bloom netted.

Two goals from Anthony Kintish were not enough to earn Oakwood EDRS victory over North London Raiders A. Darren Russell and Simon Shelley replied for a Raiders team that played the last 40 minutes with 10 men following a sending off.

Bruno Frankel and Joey Glynne struck as North West Neasden B drew 2-2 with Chigwell Athletic B. Daniel Shafron and a Steve Summers penalty earned Chigwell their first point.

James Lesner (2), Simon Gold (2) and Simon White helped Southgate Harmen B exact revenge on Minor Cup winners Faithfold C in a 5-1 success in Division Two. Jonathan Mack claimed a consolation.

David Selby and Ollie Squires earned Temple Fortune a 2-2 draw against FC Heath.

Mark Simons was the matchwinner as North West Neasden C made it two out of two with victory over Holy Mount Zion.

Lloyd Becker, Ben Nassim and Jonathan Hirshler scored as Southgate Harmen A clinched their first victory with a 3-2 success over Rapid Banta.

Goals from Mark Ratzker and James Pincus earned a depleted AC Cricklewood team a 2-0 victory over Zig Zag.

FC Team A featured three hat-trick heroes as they hit double figures in Division Three. Adam Goldsmith, Adam Rones and Richard Salmon claimed trebles in the 10-1 mauling of Catford & Bromley Maccabi.

Joint-player manager Adam Newsome finished the job.

Ben Russell (2) and Adam Hersh struck as Hendon United C beat Dynamo Hendon 3-0.

Jason Miller scored all three as L'Equipe eased past Montana Boca United B. Miller leads the golden boot race after claiming his second consecutive hat-trick.

Gideon Moss and Mitch Young were among the scorers as FC Team B surprised South Manx B 4-1. Richard Fogelman hit back for Manx.

A Nick Hudson inspired display helped UJS Norstar thump FC Marylebone 6-2 in Division Four. Rob Pearl, Eli Houri, Dan Gilbert and an own goal finished the job. Olivier Bencheton and Raph Bajer replied for Marylebone.

Amit Dinowitz (2), Josh Richman, Josh Aziz, Danny Kon and Yoel Deal helped Hendon Hawks thump UJIA 6-3.

Two goals from Harrison Midda, including a stoppage time winner, gave Woodford Wanderers their second consecutive victory as they beat Hendon United D 4-3. Elliott Gold and Mitch Hahn were their other scorers.

Michael Marks (2), James Ryan, Matt West, Justin Bell and Grant Stone steered East London Knights to a 6-2 success over Pinner JFC. Jonathan Kay and an own goal accounted for Pinner's goals.

Charlie Bernstein, Nick Reisel and Marc Eden helped Real Life come from behind to beat Glenthorne United B. The Thornes were gifted the lead via an own goal and David Blackman's second half effort ensured a nervy finish.

    Last updated: 5:32pm, September 18 2008