Faithfold flying high after Taylor-made victory

Goals from Alex Taylor (2) and Alex Levack lifted Faithfold A into second place in the Premier Division after they beat Redbridge JC 3-1.

Jamie Kent (3) and Adam Littess egded South Manx A a step closer to the Division One title after beating Brixton Old Boys 4-2. Paul Allen and Adam Kaye replied.

Southgate Harmen A clinched an immediate return to Division One after wrapping up the second division title. Russell Becker, Lloyd Becker and top-scorer Alex Bourne were on the mark in a 3-2 win over Holy Mount Zion. Guri Singer and Mickey Stirton replied.

Red Sea remain in pole position to take second place following a convincing 4-0 routing of Temple Fortune with Gideon Gold, David Lussman, James Mitman and Josh Jacobs easing them to a 4-0 win.

North West Neasden C kept alive their automatic promotion hopes with Joel Hilton, Mark Simons, Ben Forman, Mark Simons, Steve Bloom and Jake Green on target in the 6-1 demolition of Rapid Banta.

Montana Boca United B maintained their Division Three status after condemning Pure Orange Function Band to relegation after winning a double-header. Adam Lenz was their hat-trick hero in part one. Jeff Gotch and Anthony Goodmaker wrapped up a 2-1 win in the follow-up. Reuben John struck for POFB.

Goals from top-scorer Mitch Hahn, Jamie Shafron and Darren Ezekiel saw Woodford Wanderers cap a memorable first season after landing the Division Four title following the 3-1 derby win over Glenthorne United B.

Chairman and player-manager Alex Aviram said: “I could not be more proud of my boys. We are a special club, made on the back of 20 friends just wanting to play the beautiful game together. That is why we have an unbreakable bond like no other club.

Hendon Hawks’ Amit Dinowitz (2) and Daniel Kozielek dented East London Knights’ hopes of finishing runners-up. The game finished 3-3.

    Last updated: 12:49pm, April 16 2009