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The signs look good for Oakwood, says Kristall

By Danny Caro, October 26, 2015

Dan Kristall praised his team's character after a last-gasp effort from Kyle Bentwood secured maximum points from title hopefuls Oakwood A against Blizzard Storm in a game where credit must go to Simon Linden's men who defended superbly.


Salmon helps FC Team canter into round two

By Danny Caro, October 26, 2015

Mitch Young believes Maccabi London Lions B have a bright future after watching his FC Team B move into the next round of the Peter Morrison Trophy following a 3-1 success.

RICHARD SALMON was the match-winner as Team progressed with his hat-trick ending MLL's involvement in the cup competitions this season.

MLL's goal came through Charlie Reuben.


Ruthless Raiders relieved to progress, says Domb

By Danny Caro, October 26, 2015

Will Ufland maintained his purple patch in front of goal as North London Raiders C edged past HMH Old Boys after a real thriller in the Peter Morrison Trophy.

Alex Elf and a first of the season for Oli Nathan added the gloss in a game where NLR keeper Grant Waissel needed to be on top form.

Dom Feldman and Adam Abadi struck for HMH.


Comeback speaks volumes for the lads, says Glekin

By Danny Caro, October 26, 2015

Adam Glekin insists his team's character and belief helped them cement their position at the top of the second division after another stirring second-half performance saw off Bilbaum.

Despite a strong start by the league leaders, Bilbaum took the lead with virtually their first attack of the game when they were awarded a soft penalty which was tucked away.


Faithfold facing four misconduct charges

By Danny Caro, October 26, 2015

Elliott Bloom has threatened to pull Faithfold B out of Maccabi football if they are thrown out of the Peter Morrison Trophy.

Faithfold face four misconduct charges after their match against Brady Maccabi was abandoned after 70 minutes due to the conduct of their players.


Patience key for young Scott

October 26, 2015

Ian Hendon has told Scott Kashket to remain patient at Leyton Orient after scoring his first professional goal in the 2-2 draw against Oxford United in League 2.

Kashket, 19, came off the bench after 79 minutes at the Matchroom Stadium and drilled home a shot from the edge of the penalty area in stoppage time.

Hendon said: “Scott sits on the bench and is travelling everywhere with us.


Blatt confident ahead of new NBA season

By Simon Griver, October 26, 2015

David Blatt believes he can turn Cleveland Cavaliers from nearly men into winners ahead of the new NBA season.

Blatt enjoyed a remarkable first year, taking the Cavs to the final. Now he is looking to go one better ahead of next week’s opener against the Chicago Bulls.


Player profile: Dov Katz

By Danny Caro, October 26, 2015

This week we meet Dov Katz of the Maccabi table tennis 1st team & Wembley & Harrow League.

Age: 41

Lives: Mill Hill

Occupation: Solicitor. I’m a partner at Teacher Stern LLP

Nickname: The Legend

Football team supported: Tottenham Hotspur

Playing style: Fast attacking on the forehand with a deceptive serve and highly defensive on the backhand


Rishover honoured by new Hartsbourne appointment

By Danny Caro, October 26, 2015

Gaby Rishover said she was honoured to be made Hartsbourne’s first female junior captain.

Rishover took up the sport at eight and has gone on to win tournaments and represent her county.

She said it was a “very special moment” to follow in her father, Jason’s, footsteps at the club. Teddy Vandermolen is the new Junior vice-captain.


My journey has only just started, says Turek

By Stan Rose, October 26, 2015

Dan Turek has signed a new contract with the Israel Cycling Academy and will race for the team next season.