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Sri Lanka Jerusalem beat Lions Modi'in in a thriller

By Danny Caro, February 15, 2011

Sri Lanka Jerusalem climbed into second place in the Israel Night Cricket League after beating third-placed Lions Modi’in.

After a number of games postponed due to the wet weather, a thrilling match, played in very cold conditions took place between Cup league leaders Lions Modi'in and Sri Lanka Jerusalem.

Batting first, Lions Modi'in never really adjusted to the pace and accuracy of the Sri Lankan Jerusalem bowlers and could only manage a total of 44 - their lowest in this competition so far.


Danny Caro's Team of the Week - Feb 13

By Danny Caro, February 15, 2011

Jake Doffman (Brixton Old Boys) – the young keeper added to his growing reputation with an outstanding display against table-topping Temple Fortune A


Peter Morrison Trophy quarter-final draw

By Danny Caro, February 15, 2011


North West Neasden A vs North London Raiders B

Redbridge Jewish Care A vs Faithfold A or North West Neasden B

North London Raiders A vs Southgate Harmen A

Leeds Maccabi 1st or Sporting JLGB vs Manchester Maccabi 1st

Ties scheduled March 13


South Manchester 2nd reach last four of Feldman Trophy

By Danny Caro, February 14, 2011

A hat-trick from Steve Satinoff eased South Manchester Sports Club 2nd into the last four of the Feldman Trophy as they hit Westdene 2nd for six.

South Manchester went in front as early as the third minute when Ben Polak met Nathan Ezair’s corner with a scissors-kick, evoking memories of Wayne Rooney’s goal in the Manchester derby the day before.


Jacobs cracks JLGB resistance

By David Gold, February 14, 2011

A hat trick from David Jacobs eased Hyde Park Rovers into the next round of the Feldman Trophy as they cruised past JLGB.

A shock looked on the cards early on as Jamie Gordon had put Sporting ahead but strikes from Bobby Abrams and Oli Grant completed the turnaround.

Sporting went in front when Rafi Bloom found himself through on goal but scuffed his shot, but recovered to reach the loose ball and send in a cross which Gordon headed home from six yards.


Levy helps South Manchester ease relegation fears

By Danny Caro, February 14, 2011

South Manchester eased relegation fears with an impressive win over Vida in the Accountants League Premier Division.

Manager Darryl Lee welcomed Toby Levy from China-albeit for one week ahead of this relegation six-pointer delighted

Incredibly from the kick off David Chaytow put Levy through and he chipped the keeper from 20 yards to put South in front before 30 seconds had ticked by.

Vida then resorted to a couple of physical challenges, which Lee, himself a referee, could not believe did not earn at least yellow cards.


Kayal named SPL Player of the Month

By Danny Caro, February 14, 2011

Celtic midfielder Biram Kayal is the SPL Player of the Month.

The former Maccabi Haifa star, 22, has been a revelation since returning from a groin operation and has starred in the recent Old Firm derbies against Rangers.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon said: "I am delighted with him. He is a hungry boy.

"He came back from his injury far, far better than we expected and he has just carried it on.

"He has made a huge difference in the last month or so, he has been superb.


JC Barry Goldstein Minor Cup draw

By Danny Caro, February 13, 2011

Eight teams have entered this season's competition. Split into two groups of four, the top two will progress to the semi-finals.

Faithfold C
North London Raiders C
Real Life
Heath Banta

Catford & Bromley Maccabi
Temple Fortune B
Zig Zag

Matches are to commence on February 20
Semi-finals scheduled for 27 March or 3 April
The Final is set for the afternoon of 17 April


Manchester Maccabi strike it Rich

By Danny Caro, February 13, 2011

Two goals from wonder kid Jacob Richler-Kleiman helped Manchester Maccabi 1st book their place in the last 16 of the Peter Morrison Trophy as they claimed a famous win over London Maccabi Lions A at Rowley Lane.

The Lions started the game relatively well, with striker Lee Bilbring having a first time snap-shot well saved by Daniel Garivan.


Revieccio late show keeps Thornes in charge

By Danny Caro, February 13, 2011

A strike 10 seconds from time from Fabio Revieccio kept Glenthorne United B's title hopes in their own hands as they overcame a resilient North London Raiders C in a gripping five-goal contest.

Here are the thoughts of Glenthorne manager Elliot Coulton:

Today was a great performance all round from the lads and we showed something today that's not been with us in recent weeks and that's 110 per cent effort from every player from off.