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Turks give Maccabi boys a bit of a basting

By Danny Caro, February 24, 2011

Danny Berg, the Maccabi League Rep Team manager, told his troops to buck up their ideas after they were comprehensively beaten in their latest London Inter-League Cup match on Tuesday.

It was a night to forget for the Maccabi team who had looked so good in their opening when they beat the North London League 3-0.

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JC MSFL Matchday 24 preview

By Danny Caro, February 23, 2011

Match of the day in the JC MSFL sees a top-of-the-table clash in JC MSFL Division One where table-toppers North London Raiders B takes on Chigwell Athletic. Danny Caro previews the action.

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Maccabi League grilled by Turkish League

By Danny Caro, February 23, 2011

The Maccabi League Rep Team suffered a comprehensive 5-0 defeat against the Turkish Football Federation at Wingate & Finchley on Tuesday night.

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England FC win JC Olim League

By Danny Caro, February 23, 2011

England FC clinched the JC Olim League title a completing a 4-1 victory over Ashdod.

Ashdod came to Tel Aviv for a top-of-the-table clash. England went into the game knowing that victory along with other results going their way would see them crowned champions.

The result never looked in doubt as England forged ahead courtesy of a header from Daniel Scott after 10 minutes.

England carried on probing the Ashdod defence and were rewarded when Yaron Galinsky played in Josh Portnoi who slotted past the Ashdod keeper.

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Maccabi League grilled by Turkish League

By Danny Caro, February 22, 2011

The Maccabi League Rep Team suffered a comprehensive 5-0 defeat against the Turkish Football Federation at Wingate & Finchley on Tuesday night.

Having won their London Inter-League Cup opener 3-0 against the North London League earlier this month, Maccabi manager made two changes to the team with North London Raiders’ Adam Joselyn replacing the injured Ben Sollosi while Lewis Walker took over from Redbridge Jewish Care teammate Steve Summers in attack.

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Danny Caro's Team of the Week - Feb 22

By Danny Caro, February 22, 2011

Find out why this lucky XI have made my team of the week.

Aden Amsellem (Zig Zag) - the Zeds stopper received rave reviews from both managers following his sensational display in the Barry Goldstein Cup opener

Adam Schacter (Woodford Wanderers) - “was solid for 90 minutes. Preventing FC Team B from breaking and pushed his team forward with a great performance. Also assisted the first goal”

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Brady edge closer to Maccabi Masters title

By Danny Caro, February 21, 2011

Brady Maccabi A opened a six-point lead at the top of the Maccabi Masters League Division One following a 7-0 victory over Hendon Harriers.

Three goals from Mark Wagman plus one apiece from Max Radford, Laurence Myers, Paul Shamplina and Jonathan Cohen completed the route.

North London Raiders kept alive their slim title hopes with a 5-3 victory over Faithfold. There were goals for Ashley Davidson (2), Wayne Davidson, Kevin Lotzof and Jonny Feinmesser.

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Tussie late show helps Oaks turn Team over

By David Gold, February 20, 2011

Two late goals from Ian Tussie won all three points for Oakwood in an entertaining promotion six-pointer in Division One.

Julian Noti put FC Team ahead before Rob Davidson levelled the scores at Parmiters. Ollie Segal had restored the visitors’ lead before Tussie turned the game around in the final moments, leading by example in the absence of manager Ric Blank, and was delighted with his goals.

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JC MSFL Matchday 23 review

By Danny Caro, February 20, 2011

Holy Mount Zion have resigned from the JC MSFL. Their records have been expunged.

REMINDER: The JC MSFL Rep Team takes on the Turkish Football Federation at Wingate & Finchley tonight. SEE BIG MATCH PREVIEW

JC MSFL MATCHDAY 23 REVIEW
JCBGC - Jacobs makes memorable return as Zig Zag are held
Prem Div – Lions hit Harmen for six
Div 1 – Raiders B go eight points clear
Div 2 – Marks on fire as Woodford hit eight
Div 3 – Hendon C in 7th heaven

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JC Barry Goldstein Minor Cup preview

By Danny Caro, February 18, 2011

While some teams cannot wait for the football season to finish, others cannot get enough. Now they are dreaming of a trip to Wingate & Finchley’s famous Harry Abrahams Stadium after entering the JC Barry Goldstein Cup.

The usual suspects such as Hendon United, Faithfold, North West Neasden and Redbridge Jewish Care are challenging for silverware in the big competitions but the Minor Cup gives some of the minnows their moment in the spotlight.

The tournament returns following a two-year absence with eight teams invited to battle it out for a place in the final on April 17.

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