End of the road as Faithfold go belly up in the cup

By Danny Caro, December 23, 2008
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Faithfold A bowed out of the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup after losing 5-2 against Galatasary in round four. Trailing 4-0 at the break, goals from Michael Field and Shlomy Cohen gave the score a sense of respectability.

Four goals from Yishai Last eased Hendon United B into the third round of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup after they beat FC Heath 8-0. Rafi Noe, Gav Noe, Rafi Kon and Nathan Wiesenberg completed the rout.

Adam Kaye (4), Neil Burke and Lee Setyon struck as Brixton Old Boys beat FC Team B 6-3. Lorian Madanes, Sheldon Conrich and Mitch Young replied.

Max Fieldgrass (2), David Dinkin (2), Tony Gold and Sam Argebant were the marksmen as holders London Maccabi Lions A hit Pure Orange Function Band for six.

Daniel Lassman (3), Josh Cohen (2) and Fabio Rivieccio (2) did the damage as Glenthorne United A thumped Montana Boca United B 7-0. Anthony Kintish (3), Dan Geey (2) and Dan Ash earned Oakwood EDRS a 6-0 victory over Faithfold C. Danny Cohen (3), Bruno Frankel (2), Rob Lerner, Yoni Sidy, Nick Bord and Ryan Sher were on the mark as North West Neasden B hammered South Manx B 9-0.

Goals from Michael Goldberg and Russell Greenberg took Camden Park into third in JC MSFL Division One as they beat Chigwell Athletic B 2-1.
Leaders South Manx A overcame Faithfold B 5-1 with Jamie Kent (2), Shai Davidi (2) and Jonny Haik on target.

Nicky Woolf (2) and David Rhodes maintained North London Raiders B’s Division Two title hopes with a 3-2 win over Southgate Harmen B. Simon Gold bagged a brace for Harmen.

Steve Bloom scored all three as North West Neasden C beat Temple Fortune 3-1. John Fisher grabbed Fortune’s consolation.

Gideon Gold (2) and Mark Lazarus inspired Red Sea to a 3-1 victory over Rapid Banta. Mark George replied.

Saul Conway was the matchwinner as Hendon United C overcame L’Equipe in Division Three.

Jason Rich, Byron Watkins, Richard Winton and Nick Roman helped Zig Zag come from behind to beat Catford & Bromley Maccabi 4-3.

Mitch Hahn was among the scorers as Woodford Wanderers maintained their perfect start with a 4-2 win over Team JLGB in Division Four.

Two goals from player-manager James Ryan kept East London Knights top on goal difference as they beat Hendon United D 4-1. Matt West and Mike Konzon finished the job.

UJS Norstar’s hopes were dealt a blow as they were beaten by goals from Real Life’s Charlie Bernstein and Eddie Lewin. Maurice Franks replied.

    Last updated: 9:54am, December 23 2008