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Milch preparing for toughest challenge yet

By Danny Caro, February 23, 2015

Tony Milch is relishing the prospect of his first six-round fight ahead of his outing of the year.

Milch, 33, ended 2014 in style, beating Zoltan Turai of Hungary on points for his sixth professional win.

The light-middleweight will fight an unnamed opponent on a 10-bout bill at the the Camden Centre in Kings Cross on March 7 – his first Saturday night fight.

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Dowson scales new heights

By Brian Sacks, February 23, 2015

Harrow AC pole vault specialist Sophie Dowson added a giant 16cm to her lifetime best by scaling 3.52m for victory at the Brunel Jumps and Throws Festival.

Dowson is now third in the UK under-17 rankings for this year, and her mark was beaten by only five girls in the age group throughout 2014.

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Depleted Lions rolled by Hill

February 23, 2015

GARSTON VETS LEAGUE
LONDON LIONS 0 WINCHMORE HILL 2

The long list of injuries once again made life just too hard for Lions, as their depleted squad lacked the overall energy and desire required to get a result against quality opposition.

With the wind in their favour in the first half, Lions had the balance of play but in truth failed to really test the visiting keeper.

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Raiders comeback ends Team C title challenge

February 23, 2015

MGBSFL DIVISION TWO
NORSTAR LONDON RAIDERS C 4 FC TEAM B 3

Norstar completed a fantastic double against high-flying FC Team C at the Ark, and in doing so handed the Division Two title to FC Team B.

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Kaiser late show frustrates Inter

February 23, 2015

SPORTS DIRECT OLIM LEAGUE
ENGLAND FC 1 INTER TEL AVIV 1

A 91st minute equaliser from Oron Kaiser earned England FC a point against mid-table rivals Inter.

With all other games in the Sports Direct Olim League were called off due to bad weather, England FC hosted Inter Tel Aviv on Saturday night, with both teams coming off the back of a month of good form.

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Alterman was different gravy, says Marsh

By Danny Caro, February 23, 2015

MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION
FAITHFOLD A 1 HARMEN 6

Joe Marsh paid tribute to star man Joel Alterman who marked his return to action with the stand-out performance in Harmen's 6-1 demolition of Faithfold at Hatfield University.

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Consistency key to title success, says Young

By Danny Caro, February 23, 2015

Mitch Young praised his players after FC Team B were confirmed champions of MGBSFL Division Two.

FC Team C's 4-3 defeat at Norstar London Raiders C ensured that Young's troops won the title with a game to spare.

Young told JC Sport: "I would like to congratulate all my players and everyone involved at the club in delivering our first title in six years.

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Faithfold flattened by Weinrich wonder goal

February 22, 2015

MGBSFL DIVISION THREE
BOCA JEWNIORS 2 FAITHFOLD B 1

Jamie Weinrich's stunning strike saw Boca Jewniors boost their hopes of avoiding the wooden spoon with a sensational victory over high-flying Faithfold B.

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Redbridge B have over-achieved, says Jacobs

By Danny Caro, February 22, 2015

Jon Jacobs believes Redbridge Jewish Care B have over-achieved after they were confirmed MGBSFL Division One champions.

Blizzard Storm's 3-2 victory over Norstar London Raiders B ensured RJC won the title with two games to spare. They did not play on Matchday 25 of the seasonbut have already claimed 10 victories from 14 matches.

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Maccabi Masters review: February 22

By Jeremy Silverstone, February 22, 2015

Leaders North London Raiders took a big step towards a second successive MMFL title with a 2–0 win over Scrabble Harmen.

Strikes from Kevin Lotzof and a penalty from Danny Hodes took NLR 15 points clear of second-placed Waldaf Town, who have four games in hand.

Mark Ratzker (2) helped HMH move up into third spot with a 2–1 win over Chigwell. Glenn Davies replying for the east Londoners.

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