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Five-star Stone clip Hawks' wings

By Mark Simmonds, December 2, 2008

AJY Under 14:
Stonegrove Park 5 Hendon Hawks 3

A cracking game played in really good spirits on a dull, damp cold afternoon.

Stonegrove Park started brightly with Joseph Eskenazy and Daniel Kuber opening up a 2-0 lead within the first 10 minutes.

However Hendon Hawks were by no means beaten and quickly pulled a goal back to make it 2-1.

Stonegrove replied smartly opening up a two-goal lead again, but the response from the Hawks was more productive as they managed to draw level at 3-3.


AJY results

December 2, 2008

Under 17 Division

Kenton Maccabi 2 - 1 HMH

Scorer: Max Gold (2) (Kenton Maccabi)

Under 14 Division

Stonegrove Park 5 - 3 Hendon Hawks

Daniel Kuber (2), Adam Gold (2), Joseph Eskenazy(Stonegrove Park)

Redbridge Jewish Care B 0 - 7 Redbridge Jewish Care A

Under 12 Division

HMH Blue 1 - 1 Alyth Belsize White

Scorer: Nathan Hanan (HMH), David Joseph (Alyth Belsize)

*Alyth Belsize Yellow 3 - 0 HMH Purple

Scorer: Eli Wegryzyn, Zac Rose, Jack Morgan (Alyth Belsize)

Under 10

Alyth Belsize 2 - 13 HMH Blue


Pinner JFC weekend round-up

By Les Conway, December 2, 2008

Under 16 WFL Yellow Division

Riverside Hibernian 6 Pinner JFC 1

Under 14s WFL Yellow Division

Pinner JFC 5 Enfield Rangers 1

A great win where the blues controlled the game throughout.

WFL Yellow Division Under 12s

Pinner JFC 4 Nascot Wood Rangers 1

The 12s were two goals to the good at half time against the run of play and extended their lead further in the second period with some superb teamwork.

Goals scored by Jordan Aspis (2), Joshua Burchhardt and Jake Colton.

Man-of-the-match: Ethan Davis


Rones has FC Team heading for glory

December 2, 2008

Middlesex County League Division One:
Uxbridge Town 1 FC Team 2

FC Team claimed their first ever win in the Middlesex County League Division One six-pointer against Uxbridge Town.

Without star players Kieran Allen Curry and Matt Drage, FC Team headed to Uxbridge knowing that only three points would suffice. They set out in their usual 4-4-2 formation ready for a battle.


Cash inspires another Neasden win

December 2, 2008

HSCL Reserve Division One:
London Lions Res. 3 Buntingford Town Res. 0

Lions reserves improved their recent run of decent results with a sixth win in their last seven outings, but far more important than the win was the return to the high tempo passing game that had been missing in the last few fixtures.

Buntingford arrived on the back of an improved recent run of their own, with the maulings inflicted on them in the earlier part of the season now a distant memory.


Lion cubs reach the quarters

December 2, 2008

Watford Friendly League Cup (Last 16):
Whetstone BB's 1 London Maccabi Lions 2

In the current gloomy economic times, it is good to know that you can rely on the Lion cubs to bring us all some cheer at the weekends.

This was the team's third game against first division opposition in the cup and it was great at last to come out on top with a positive result and to progress to the quarter finals in this competition.

The pitch was sticky and difficult to play passing football on, however, Lions' battling efforts over the 80 minutes meant we fully deserved to win.


Maccabi Masters round-up

By Jeremy Silverstone, December 2, 2008

North London Raiders reinforced their title credentials with a 3-0 defeat of Glenthorne United A to go six points clear at the top of the Maccabi Masters League Division One.

Amir Wagenstein (2) and Richard Sacks doing the damage for Raiders.

EDRS Stonegrove responded to the shock of dropping to foot of the table last week by beating title hopefuls London Maccabi Lions A 2-1 courtesy of goals from Barry Silkman and Roger Levitt. Andy Miller replied for Lions.


Pearson powers Lions into round two

By Craig Silver, December 2, 2008

Peter Morrison Trophy Round One:


Shermanator destroys Lions C

December 2, 2008

JC MSFL Div 2:


Lions overcome their toughest test yet

December 2, 2008

Herts FA Centenary Senior Trophy: