Masters

Lazarus leads rusty Lions home

January 7, 2014

GARSTON VETS LEAGUE
LONDON LIONS 1 LATYMER OLD BOYS 0

Lions returned to action after a month with no football and, despite being far from their fluent best, did enough to overcome a tough and energetic Latymer side thanks to a solitary goal from skipper Brad Lazarus.

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Maccabi Masters review: December 15

By Jeremy Silverstone, December 15, 2013

Brady Maccabi A continued their improvement with a 4-3 victory over Waldaf Town in Division One of the Maccabi Masters League.

Two goals from Mark Wagman, a penalty from Gideon Barnett and an own goal clinched the points.

The top three teams claimed convincing wins in Division Two, with leaders Glenthorne United A putting five past Hendon Harriers without reply.

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Maccabi Masters review: December 8

By Jeremy Silverstone, December 9, 2013

Brady Maccabi A recorded only their second win of the season as they saw off the challenge from title hopefuls Southgate Harmen.

An overhead kick from Nick Collins and Dan Levy’s winner earned them a 2-1 victory. Alex Bourne replied for Harmen in what was was a niggly, petulant affair with five cautions, four of them coming for a poorly behaved Southgate side.

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Maccabi Masters review: December 1

By Jeremy Silverstone, December 2, 2013

Brady B put up a dogged resistance to deny table-topping Glenthorne United A their seventh straight win in a rare goalless draw, but Glenthorne remain in pole position, despite dropping their first point of the season.

St John’s Wood Tigers romped to a 7-0 win over Hendon Harriers, with goals from Ashley Davidson (3), Grant Morgan (2), Jonny Mansoor and Simon Barr.

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Maccabi Masters review: November 24

By Jeremy Silverstone, November 25, 2013

North London Raiders took over at the top of the Maccabi Masters League Division 1 table as overcame former league champions Brady Maccabi A to win 5-3.

Two goals from Gary Cohen plus one apiece from, Tony Plaskow, Kevin Lotzof and Marc Posner cemented the points in their fifth win of the season.

David Rose, Dan Levy and Scott Ansher replied for Brady.

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Lazarus late show halts Met Police

November 18, 2013

GARSTON VETS LEAGUE
LONDON LIONS 1 MET POLICE 1

A late strike from Bradley Lazarus earned London Lions a point in a high quality affair in which they demonstrated how far they've progressed in recent weeks when they took champions Met Police all the way, eventually securing a score draw and their first ever points against one of the top two sides.

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Maccabi Masters review: November 17

By Jeremy Silverstone, November 18, 2013

Two goals from Jeremy Leigh helped Waldaf Town pull off a surprise win over North London Raiders in a thrilling 4-3 victory.

Further strikes from James Kaye and Adam Kaye sealed the points in a memorable Division One encounter.

Raiders replied through Wayne Davidson, Richards Sacks and an own goal.

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Maccabi Masters review: November 10

By Jeremy Silverstone, November 10, 2013

Two goals from Tony Plaskow lifted North London Raiders to a point of top spot as they won a seven-goal thriller against Scrabble.

Further strikes from Kevin Lotzof and new boy Virgil Levy sealed the win as NLR climbed above Scrabble.

Charles Bernstein, Jeremy Teacher and Stefan Simons registered for Scrabble.

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Maccabi Masters review: November 3

By Jeremy Silverstone, November 4, 2013

Southgate Harmen extended their lead at the top of the Maccabi Masters League Division One table with a convincing 4-0 win over Waldaf Town.

Strikes from Alex Bourne (2), Lloyd Becker and Daniel Hodes sent the Southgate boys three points clear.

In Division Two, there were big wins for the top four teams, with two of the leading title contenders reaching double figures.

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Maccabi Masters review: October 27

By Jeremy Silverstone, October 28, 2013

Southgate Harmen finished the weekend top of the table after beating Brady Maccabi A 4-2.

Toby Lustigman, Glenn Davis and James Temple(2) earned Harmen their fourth win of the season.

Brady's goals came through a penalty from Paul Allen and a goal from Nick Collins.

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