Maccabi Masters round-up

By Danny Caro, April 12, 2011

Brady Maccabi have retained the Maccabi Masters League title after a strike from Scott Ansher took them past South Mancs.

The Edgware club now know their opponents in the Masters Cup final after strikes from Jason Rich and Paul Gold took Faithfold past Hendon Harriers


Brady on course for the double

April 7, 2011

Scott Ansher and Mark Wagman fired Brady Maccabi A into the final of this year's Henry Swerner MMFL Cup.

Double-chasing Brady will face either Faithfold or Hendon Harriers at Barnet's Underhill Stadium on May 15 after beating South Mancs A 2-0 in their semi-final clash.

In Division Two, league leaders Glenthorne United B came from three goals down to clinch a 4-4 draw with South Mancs B.


Youth beats experience

March 31, 2011

There was an intriguing father-and-son contest in the Henry Swerner MMFL Cup quarter-final involving Faithfold and Norstar. Stuart Lustigman, who at 66 is the oldest player in the league, was up against eldest son, Adam. Goals from Paul Gold, Mitch Klein, Jason Levy, Joel Nathan, Jason Rich, Jonny Mack and Paul Chilton helped Faithfold come from behind to triumph 7-2.


Maccabi Masters round-up

By Danny Caro, March 23, 2011

Four goals from James Temple eased South Mancs A into the semi-finals of the Henry Swerner MMFL Cup as they thumped Temple Fortune 7-1.

Adam Bradley (2) and Mark Powell completed the rout. Graham Meyer fired a consolation for Fortune.


Maccabi Masters round-up

By Danny Caro, March 14, 2011

North London Raiders completed their league fixtures with a 4-1 win over Glenthorne thanks to goals from Ashley Davidson, Andy Bloom and Lee Levinson (2). Sid Shaw scored Glenthorne’s consolation.


Maccabi Masters round-up

By Danny Caro, February 28, 2011

Strikes from Ashley Davidson Lee Dicker and Kevin Lotzof helped North London Raiders kept alive their slim hopes of a title playoff with a 3-1 win over South Mancs. Mark Powell replied.

Glenthorne United A all but booked themselves a top three finish with an 8-0 demolition of Hendon Harriers.


Bonanza for Brady Maccabi

February 24, 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 rout.


Maccabi Masters round-up

By Danny Caro, February 8, 2011

JOEL NATHAN fired Faithfold into the quarter-finals of the Henry Swerner Maccabi Masters Football League Cup.

Nathan struck a deadly double and Russell Rich added a third as Faithfold eased to a 3-0 win at Brady Maccabi B.

North London Raiders triumphed 4-3 on penalties following a goalless draw against Division One rivals Glenthorne United A. Kevin Lotzof, Ashley Davison, Danny Goldman and Jonny Summerfield converted for Raiders.

Marc Morris and David Price fired London Maccabi Lions into the last eight of the competition with a comfortable 2-0 win at South Mancs B.


Wagman wounds Glenthorne

February 3, 2011

Division One leaders Brady Maccabi A moved a step closer towards retaining the Division One title with a 7-0 demolition of third-placed Glenthorne United A.

A hat-trick from Mark Wagman (3), plus further strikes from Scott Ansher (2), Laurence Beck and player-manager Daniel Collins completed the rout.

The victory leaves North London Raiders as the only challengers for the title. They kept their slim hopes alive with a 4-0 win over Hendon Harriers, courtesy of Lee Levenson, Dean Schulberg, Jon Yantin and Ashley Davidson.


Double delight for Brady

January 13, 2011

Strikes from Scott Ansher and Jason Sears extended Brady Maccabi's lead at the top of Maccabi Masters League Division One as they overcame nearest rivals North London Raiders 2-0.

Division Two table-toppers Glenthorne United B suffered their first defeat of the season, going down 5-0 to London Maccabi Lions. Marc Morris (3), David Price and Stuart Coutts were the marksmen.

EDRS Stonegrove, last season's champions, were edged out 3-2 by South Mancs B. Marc Schneiderman (2) and Simon Davidson netted for Mancs whilst Martin Seifert and Mark Kingston registered for EDRS.