Red-hot Redbridge end Hendon's treble dream

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

Hendon Utd Sports Club A 0 Redbridge Jewish Care A 2

Strikes from Adam Bolle and Josh Kennet steered Redbridge past Premier Division rivals Hendon at Hadley FC.

Redbridge boss Eilon Kennet told JC Sport: "We knew it would be difficult and it was, but we pulled it off exactly as planned.


JC MSFL Goal of the Week: January 29

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

Winner: - Josh Kennet (Redbridge JC A) - opposition manager David Garbacz desribed his goal as "brilliant". A truly stunning effort



- Joe Stolerman (Blizzard Storm) - his winner was a fine strike

- Dan Curtis (Team JLGB) - a sumptuous free-kick


JC Team of the Week: the contenders - Jan 29

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

GK – Declan Green (LM Lions B), Mike Myers (FC Team C)


Jubilation at last for JLGB

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

Team JLGB 2 North West Neasden C 1

Strikers from Dan Curtis and James Lester saw Team JLGB claim their first win of the season, at the 15th time of asking, to put a massive dent in Neasden's promotion hopes.

A fantastic performance saw JLGB pick up there first points of the season. And it was fully deserved too.


JC MSFL rumour mill: January 28

By Danny Caro, January 27, 2012

Catch all the latest gossip from the JC MSFL in our rumour mill.

Brothers Ben and Matt Radstone have been strongly linked with a return to boyhood club SPEC FC next season.

It has been reported that Ben Moss is going to start a team called Lord Mossington after being frustrated at a lack of first team opportunities at Faithfold. (Various)


Bowman cuts Neasden apart

January 26, 2012

London Maccabi Lions A 6 North West Neasden A 5

A hat-trick from Neasden old boy Alex Bowman inspired Lions to victory in an 11-goal thriller.

In the first of a mouth-watering triple-header throughout the day for football enthusiasts, Lions welcomed current league leaders North West Neasden to Rowley Lane.


JC MSFL Matchday 21 preview

By Danny Caro, January 25, 2012

It's the first national round of the Jewish FA Cup on Sunday and there’s some mouth-watering action in store as four teams from the provinces travel to London. Danny Caro looks ahead to a bumper programme of league and cup action.




Danny Caro's Division 1 TOTW: January 22

By Danny Caro, January 24, 2012

1. Jay Jaffa (Woodford Wanderers)

2. Benji Mannheim (Temple Fortune A)

3. Alex Norman (Chigwell Athletic)

4. Josh Pistol (Norstar A)

5. Brett Stead (Temple Fortune A)

6. Bradley Gayer (Woodford Wanderers)

7. Jonny Kay (Norstar A)

8. Eli Houri (Norstar A)

9. Anthony Kintish (Oakwood)

10. Dan Ash (Oakwood)

11. Jerome Marks (Woodford Wanderers)


Danny Caro's Division 3 TOTW: January 22

By Danny Caro, January 24, 2012

1. Rob Levene (Team JLGB)

2. Adam Shafron (Glenthorne United B)

3. Mark Engel (North West Neasden C)

4. Ilan Shaki (Shirley Park)

5. Ian Bean (Shirley Park)

6. Matt Radstone (UJIA)

7. Adam Levene (North West Neasden C)

8. Richard Rosenthal (Glenthorne United B)

9. Louis Taylor (North West Neasden C)

10. Saul Conway (Shirley Park)

11. Joel Kutner (Los Blancos)


Danny Caro's Division 4 TOTW: January 22

By Danny Caro, January 24, 2012

1. Michael Rhodes (SPEC FC)

2. Eitan Ben Zion (FC Team C)

3. Mark Pasha (Athletic Bilbaum)

4. Laurence Rosenthal (SPEC FC)

5. Josh Ejdelbaum (Athletic Bilbaum)

6. Adam Aminoff (FC Team C)

7. James Joseph (Brady Maccabi B)

8. Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi B)

9. Ben Bell (Athletic Bilbaum)

10. Daniel Hildebrand (Brady Maccabi B)

11. Ed Green (Athletic Bilbaum)