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Blues secure crucial away point

By Paul Lerman, September 19, 2008

Wingate & Finchley picked up a valuable away point at Ilford in a game which was tough, mainly due to the horrendous bobbly playing surface. Chances were hard to come by in the first half as both sides defended resolutely, but Wingate who were looking the stronger team found it difficult to play their usual passing game as the ball bounced at erratic uncontrollable angles.

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HMH edge past Brady bunch

September 17, 2008

Watford Friendly League: Challenge Cup Round One
HMH 4 Brady Maccabi 2 (AET)

 

"The beauty of Cup football is that Jack always has a chance of beating Goliath"
(Terry Butcher, rewriting the Bible)

It all came together at once; at last summer reappeared on the opening day of HMH's Cup campaign, against old rivals Brady Maccabi.

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Magical MAL win the lot

September 17, 2008

 

MAL completed the Maccabi League treble after beating Southgate by seven wickets to win the playoff final.

Southgate skipper Richard Mitchell won the toss and elected to bat first.

The batsmen struggled to exert any pressure on MAL stalwarts Charlie Sherrard (1-29) and Tony Wise (2-15) who conceded just 44 runs in 16 overs.

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MAL clinch the treble

September 16, 2008

MAL completed the Maccabi League treble after beating Southgate by seven wickets to win the playoff final.

Southgate skipper Richard Mitchell won the toss and elected to bat first.

The batsmen struggled to exert any pressure on MAL stalwarts Charlie Sherrard (1-29) and Tony Wise (2-15) who conceded just 44 runs in 16 overs.

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Cash rich Neasden bypass the Lions

By Andrew Pentol, September 15, 2008
JC MSFL Prem Div: NW Neasden A 4 LM Lions A 2

 

A hat-trick from last season's JC MSFL Player of Year Lee Cash helped defending champions North-West Neasden A to a comfortable victory over the Cyril Anekstein Cup holders in Arkley.

Cash gave his side a well-deserved lead on 55 minutes when he slotted home after being put through by Matt Stock and sealed the win in stoppage time with a powerful header from an Adam Levine cross.

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Wingate keep alive FA Cup dream

By Paul Lerman, September 15, 2008
Wingate & Finchley waltzed through to the FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round with a highly convincing 2-0 win over Witham Town.

 

In truth the scoreline flattered the visitors who, had it not been for the heroics of keeper Rhys Madden, could have been hugely embarrassed.

Wingate & Finchley hit the post twice in the same move in the first half, after Ahmet Rifat had walked through the defence, Tim Lees took over and sent the first effort onto the inside of the left post - and then Kieran Street struck the opposite post from the rebound.

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Perfect 10 for rampant Lions

September 15, 2008
London Lions crushed a stunned Bovingdon side as they produced an outstanding footballing performance.

 

Scoring a perfect 10 in all departments, the football on show wouldn't have looked out of place in the Barclays Championship with reward for all the players' hard work so far this season beginning to bear fruits.

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Two out of two for the Knights

September 15, 2008
JC MSFL Div 4: East London Knights 6 Pinner JFC 2

 

Another terrific display by the Knights crowned off a thumping victory at Wanstead Flats this morning.

Although things didn't start to brightly for the Knights after two minutes into Simon Marks's debut it was cut short by a hamstring strain when he over-stretched for a ball played in the air forcing the home side into a change.

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Super Simons boosts Neasden C

September 15, 2008

JC MSFL Div 2 Holy Mount Zion 0 NW Neasden C 1

Back at the spiritual home of HMZ and under the shadow of the Wembley arch on a blistering day for football, both these teams slogged out 90 minutes of a hard fought game played in a very good spirit.

These teams both took three points off one another last season so this one was always going to be difficult to call. Especially with Neasden missing five key players including hot shot striker Stevie Bloom.

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Berman honoured

September 12, 2008

The Great Britain men's softball team have retired the number two jersey worn by Mark Berman in recognition of his services to the team and to British and international softball.

Berman founded the GB men's team on behalf of the BSF and developed it from raw beginnings. He managed and played for the team for 10 years. In 152 games under his management, the team had a record of 97-55-2, an outstanding percentage of .638.

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