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Raiders make their own luck

December 23, 2008

JC MSFL Div 2:
NL Raiders B 3 Southgate Harmen B 2

North London Raiders B talisman Nicky Woolf grabbed a late, late winner against Southgate Harmen B in a pulsating game at Hillingdon.

The Raiders twice came from a goal behind after the influential Simon Gold had put the Harmen second sting ahead on two occasions. Nicky Woolf and David Rhodes had restored parity and with the game heading for a draw Woolf stepped up to give Raiders the three points.

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Relief all-round as Brixton go through

December 23, 2008

JC Cyril Anekstein Cup:
Brixton Old Boys 6 FC Team B 3

A fab four-goal salvo from Adam Kaye ensured that there was no upset as an excellent second half performed took Brixton through.

On a sunny and windy morning Brixton were playing for the first time in six weeks, with 18 players unavailable Brixton recalled Nigel 'the white haired giant' Conway into their starting 11, with a return to the side for Neil Burke after eight months out with injury. FC Team came into the tie full of confidence top of Division 3.

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Wolfson Hillel are top of the class

December 23, 2008

Wolfson Hillel won the Years Three and Four Enfield Gymnastics competition.

The squad saw off the challenge of 13 other school, performing the floor and vault routines with skill, accuracy and style, demonstrating flair and poise throughout.

The squad: Charli Posner, Ellie Stone, Eliana Kramer, Ellie Pins and Amy Oberlander.

The Southgate school took two bronze in the Year Two event. The squad: Sam Lobetta, Ilana Phillips, Oliver Small, Oliver Waldman and Joshua Jacobs.

Sixth place was achieved in the Year Five and Six category.

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Fencer Jay keeps his discipline

By Graham Morrison, December 23, 2008

Alan Jay, one of Britain’s most outstanding fencers of the past 60 years, was re-elected for a further four-year term to the Disciplinary Committee of fencing’s international governing body, the Federation Internationale D’Escrime (FIE).

Jay won both team and individual medals at epee in the Rome (1960) Olympics and was World Champion foilist in 1959. Amongst his other medals, he won six golds for two appearances in the Maccabiah Games.

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End of the road as Faithfold go belly up in the cup

By Danny Caro, December 23, 2008

Faithfold A bowed out of the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup after losing 5-2 against Galatasary in round four. Trailing 4-0 at the break, goals from Michael Field and Shlomy Cohen gave the score a sense of respectability.

Four goals from Yishai Last eased Hendon United B into the third round of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup after they beat FC Heath 8-0. Rafi Noe, Gav Noe, Rafi Kon and Nathan Wiesenberg completed the rout.

Adam Kaye (4), Neil Burke and Lee Setyon struck as Brixton Old Boys beat FC Team B 6-3. Lorian Madanes, Sheldon Conrich and Mitch Young replied.

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Top-three City

December 23, 2008

Goals from Adam Greenblatt, Ashley Marks, Eddie Saleh, Mark Jeffrey and guest Paul Herszaft took Pel City into third place in Division Two after they beat Clayhall Park Casuals B in the Maccabi Masters League.

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Double delight

December 23, 2008

Maccabi are re-launching their national doubles tournament. The competition will include four categories: Under 18, Open, 40+ and 55+. All applicants will be entered into a league system in their area.

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Bonanza for Burns

December 23, 2008

Four goals from Joshua Burns put London Maccabi Lions Under Nine White’s into the second round of the Watford Friendly League Challenge Cup as they thrashed Bushey Rangers Eagles 7-1.

First-half strikes from Joseph Bellman and Sam Hamerton put the Lions in pole position. Burns then plundered a second half hat-trick with Nathan Brown completing the rout.

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Neasden ‘are unbeatable’

By Danny Caro, December 23, 2008

“Neasden have won the title.” That was the post-match verdict of Chigwell manager Russell Green after his team were beaten by the runaway leaders at Hadley FC.

Although the East Londoners still have 10 games to play, Green believes that Neasden are a cut above the rest this season and have raised the bar in Jewish football.

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French test for Stock

December 23, 2008

Matt Stock has signed for French fourth division side Plabenec.

The Maccabiah-hopeful joined after passing two medicals and made a flying start with two goals on his debut in a run-out for the club’s reserves.

Training three times a week, Stock is believed to have made a good impression with the first team coaches. Home for Chanukah, he bagged a brace for North West Neasden against Chigwell.

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