Pearson treble sinks Bridge
London Maccabi Lions A moved clear of the danger zone as they beat Redbridge Jewish Care 4-1 in the JC Maccabi League Premier Division. Mike Pearson (3) and Ollie Leslie did the damage. Anthony Mendel replied.
Daryl Phillips (2) led the way as Faithfold A ensured a nervy end of season for London Maccabi Lions B following a 3-1 win. Hadley Silver, who also missed a penalty, netted for Lions.
Tony Charles and Adam Kaye were on the mark as Brixton Old Boys gave themselves a relegation lifeline. They came from behind to beat Division One title-chasers Oakwood EDRS. Dan Ash had earlier put the Oaks ahead.
North West Neasden C improved their promotion hopes with a double-header win over rivals Red Sea in Division Two. Joel Hilton was the matchwinner in part one, with Jamie Kaye (2) and Benji Dymant on target in the second contest.
A four-goal salvo from Nicky Woolf kept alive North London Raiders B’s promotion hopes in a 4-2 win over FC Heath.
Simon Cooper (2), Stefan Simons and Ashley Hill earned Rapid Banta a 4-1 win over Temple Fortune. Rob Benson grabbed a consolation.
Simon White and Simon Gold found the net as Southgate Harmen B overcame Faithfold C 2-0.
Mitch Young and Dan Silverman maintained FC Team B’s Division Three title charge as they came from behind to beat L’Equipe. Lee Greenfield had opened the scoring.
Second-half goals from Richard Salmon and Adam Newsome earned FC Team A victory against Zig Zag.
Benjy Engelsman separated the teams as Hendon United C beat Catford & Bromley Maccabi.
Richard Fogelman scored four times in South Manx B’s double-header win over Pure Orange Function Band. His hat-trick was complemented by a strike from Simon Davidson as the first match finished 4-0. Jamie Sinai and Gary Conway joined Fogelman on the scoresheet as part two ended 3-1. Gabriel John replied.
Jerome Marks (2) and Alex Aviram were among the scorers as Woodford Wanderers went top of Division Four on goal difference after a 4-0 routing of UJIA.
Kenny Markeson and Mikael Benguigui exchanged goals as Real Life and FC Marylebone finished honours even. UJS Norstar took four points out of six in the double-header against Hendon Hawks. Nick Hudson earned the Stars a draw in the opener. Ben Menahem (3), Jeremy Elster and Eli Houri wrapped up a 5-0 success in the second.
Dovid Greenberg (2), Daniel Braunold, Gideon Lipman, and David Kanter struck as Hendon United D thumped Glenthorne United B 5-1.
Two goals from Avi Azizoff earned Pinner JFC their sixth point of the campaign in a 2-2 draw against Team JLGB. Oliver Shoffron and a late leveller from Neil Lux’s ensured a 2-2 draw.