Class tells as Hendon go through

Hendon scorer Saul Conway (left) tussles with FC Team’s Dan Silverman

Hendon scorer Saul Conway (left) tussles with FC Team’s Dan Silverman

First-half efforts from Ari Last, Paul Bentley and Saul Conway set up a quarter-final clash at Oakwood EDRS as Hendon United A beat FC Team A 3-1 in the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup. Mitch Young replied.

North West Neasden A moved to within a point of retaining the JC MSFL Premier Division crown after sharing six goals against nearest challengers Faithfold A.

Daniel Levenfiche, Lee Cash and Jonny Ellis netted for Neasden who staged a dramatic late comeback from 3-1 down. David Lederman, Richard Baum and an Ellis own goal accounted for the Faithfold goals.

Steve Summers (3) and Charlie Laderman helped Chigwell Athletic A maintain their pursuit of second place with a 4-2 win over lowly Montana Boca United A. Zak McLeod and Gary Cohen were Montana’s marksmen.

Oakwood EDRS moved to within a point of leaders South Manx A with a 4-0 win over Chigwell Athletic B in Division One. Robert Bloch completed the rout.

Gav Noe, Pinty Baddiel and Martin Smulovitch earned promotion chasing Hendon United B a 3-1 win at Camden Park. Phil Jessel replied.

Rob Lerner (2), Bruno Frankel, Ryan Sher and Kane Swerner eased North West Neasden B to a 5-0 win at struggling Brixton Old Boys.

Greg Levy (3), James Castle, Jimmy Lester, Guy Marks and Alex Springer were among the scorers as London Maccabi Lions C thumped FC Heath 10-0 in Division Two.

A four-goal salvo from Mark Wagman plus one from Rob Wilson eased AC Cricklewood to a 5-0 success over Hendon United C in Division Three.

L’Equipe overcame South Manx B in a double-header. Jason Miller (2), Josh Baron and Daniel Scott helped them come from behind to win the opener 4-1. Nick Stern and Mark Truman steered them to a 2-1 victory in the follow-up.

Jerome Marks and Paul Shone were on target as Division Four champions Woodford Wanderers beat Hendon Hawks 2-0.

UJS Norstar clinched promotion with a 6-2 success over UJIA. Sammy Kalms (3), Dan Gilbert, Nick Benson and Maurice Franks were their marksmen.

    Last updated: 12:28pm, April 30 2009