Progress the name of the game as Chigwell edge through

By Danny Caro, February 26, 2009

Goals from Steve Summers and Craig Johnstone moved Chigwell Athletic A into the third round of the Peter Morrison Trophy as they beat first division North West Neasden B 2-1. Rob Lerner replied.

Glenthorne United A climbed into the top five of the JC MSFL Premier Division for the first time this season after hammering London Maccabi Lions B 5-0. Jamie Shaw (2), Daniel Lassman, Daniel Davis and Lewis Walker were their marksmen.

Faithfold A and London Maccabi Lions A claimed a win apiece in the top-flight’s first double-header. Richard Baum, Joe Levi and Daryl Phillips eased Faithfold A to a 3-0 win in the opener. They led 2-0 in the second but a hat-trick from Michael Pearson and one from Max Fieldgrass boosted Lions’ hopes of avoiding relegation.

Two goals from Gary Cohen steered Montana Boca United A to victory in a relegation six-pointer against Redbridge Jewish Care.

Shai Davidi, Elliot Stern and an own goal eased Division One leaders South Manx A to a 3-0 success over Chigwell Athletic B. The East Londoners finished with 10 men as Doron Weinstein was sent off after receiving two bookings inside five minutes.

Robert Bloch, Richard Sennet and Ian Tussie maintained Oakwood EDRS’ title push as they beat Faithfold B 3-2.

Camden Park kept up their challenge with Darren Saffer their goal hero in the 2-0 win over high-flying Brady Maccabi. Rob Kleinmann’s dismissal meant Brady finished with 10.

Hendon United B climbed into fourth spot after claiming a pair of wins against lowly Brixton Old Boys. Gav Noe and Benjy Gilbert were among the scorers in the opener which finished 3-0. Chaim Gothold (2), Natan Weisenberg, Josh Caplin, Martin Smulovitch and Gilbert steered them to a 6-1 victory in the second.

Dan Beckwith (3), Alex Bourne, Lloyd Becker and Ben Nassim were among the scorers as Division Two leaders Southgate Harmen A hammered Southgate Harmen B 7-3.

Nicky Woolf (3) and Nick Kenton (2) earned title-chasing North London Raiders B an impressive 5-0 success over London Maccabi Lions C.

Simon Cooper and Dan Breger helped Rapid Banta complete back-to-back wins as they beat Temple Fortune 2-1. Rob Benson replied.

Mitch Young (2), Michael Marks and James Korn were on the mark as FC Team B maintained their grip on the Division Three title with a 4-3 win over South Manx B. Richard Fogelman replied with a hat-trick.

James Pincus (3) and Mark Wagman (2) struck as promotion hopefuls AC Cricklewood bypassed Montana Boca United B 5-2.

Zig Zag completed comeback of the day as they hit back from 5-1 down with 25 minutes left to draw 5-5 against L’Equipe. Nick Roman (2), Josh Flax, Gideon Carroll and Jonny Winton were their goal-scoring heroes. Daniel Scott and Josh Lewis were among the scorers for L’Equipe.

A brilliant solo effort from player-manager James Ryan proved decisive as East London Knights won the Division Four top-of-the-table clash against UJS Norstar.

Jamie Beaumont and Eddie Lewin found the net as Real Life ended Woodford Wanderers’ 100 per cent record with a 2-1 win. Darryl Green replied for a Woodford team that finished with 10 men after Jamie Shafron was red carded for two yellows inside 50 minutes.

Last updated: 11:03am, February 26 2009