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Cricket scoreboard - September 11

By Danny Caro, September 14, 2011

GREATER MANCHESTER AMATEUR LEAGUE
Wilmslow 63 all out
Manchester Maccabi 56 all out
Manchester Maccabi lost by seven runs
SEE MATCH REPORT

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London Maccabi Vale Cricket Club 2nd XI 166-8 (40 overs) Jeff Permutt 57
Harrow Weald CC 170-8 (39.2 overs)

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We only have ourselves to blame, says Tammam

By James Masters, September 14, 2011

Ray Tammam says his Manchester Maccabi side only have themselves to blame after collapsing to a seven-run defeat in their final game of the season.

Having dismissed Wilmslow for a paltry 63, Maccabi could muster just 56 in reply as their challenge faltered at the death in the Greater Manchester Amateur League.

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LMV 2nd edged out in near darkness

September 14, 2011

London Maccabi Vale 2nd went down by two wickets in a friendly against Harrow Weald.

Batting first on a damp pitch was always going to be tricky, and so it proved as LMV slumped to 18-3, with Nigel Rothband, David Freedman and Gould all departing early on.

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JC Team of the Week: Sept 16

By Danny Caro, September 13, 2011

1. Ben Law (Faithfold A) - a tower of strength at the back for the Superhoops who got their season off to a flying start

2. Russell Goldstein (Redbridge JC A) - together with Sam Sollosi, Goldstein, another talented youngster in the RJC ranks, showed the quality that saw him selected for the GB futsal squad in Vienna. Didn’t put a foot wrong in 90 minutes

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New home for Southgate Harmen A

September 13, 2011

Southgate Harmen A will play at a new home ground from the begining of next month.

Founded in 2000, the team, managed by Dan Uzan, will move from their spiritual home at at Ashmole School, and move ashort distance to Enfield, where they will play on the latest state-of-the-art 3G pitch at Southbury Leisure Centre.

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Maccabi Masters week two round-up

September 12, 2011

The Maccabi Masters League got into its stride with a Division 1 battle between the reigning double winners, Brady A, and new boys, Scrabble, and it was the old masters who edged the win, thanks to goals from Nick Collins and Scott Ansher (pen). Jonny Summerfield scored for Scrabble.

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Matt finish suits Raiders C

September 12, 2011

JC MSFL DIVISION FOUR
SPEC 0 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 1
A strike from Matt Bennett was all that separated two well-matched teams as new boys SPEC tasted MSFL defeat for the first time.

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Lions bow out of FA Vase

September 12, 2011

London Lions bowed out of the FA Vase in there first ever appearance in the competition losing 2-1 at home to London ASPA.

FA VASE FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND
LONDON LIONS 1 LONDON ASPA 2

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New teams have impressed

By David Wolff, September 12, 2011

The first two weeks of the season have passed and there really has been a mixed bag of results.

I have now seen three games, all in division four, and I am very pleased and impressed with the new teams that have joined the league. It is always refreshing to have new faces involved and this is why I am forever confident that the league will continue to flourish for years to come.

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JC MSFL Top-Scorers: Week 2

By Danny Caro, September 12, 2011

JC MSFL TOP-SCORERS (as of September 12)

6 – Saul Conway (Shirley Park), Joel Kutner (Los Blancos)

4 – Joey Lazare (LM Lions B), Nicky Plotnek (Shirley Park), Terry Jeffries (Temple Fortune B)

3 – Gary Cohen (Montana), Mark Zealander (Redbridge JC B), Richard Rosenthal, Craig Sandford (both Glenthorne Utd B), Jamie Weinrich (Boca Jewniors)

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