Glenthorne United A were crowned champions of Division Three while North London Raiders finished their season on a high, coming from behind to beat last season's champions North West Neasden A. Danny Caro looks back on the action.
JC MSFL MATCHDAY 32 HEADLINES Prem Div - Neasden pay the penalty as Raiders finish on a high Div 1 - Brady clinch third spot
Glenthorne United A will be looking to wrap up the JC MSFL Division Three title while Brady Maccabi and Oakwood fight it out for the coveted third place in Division One. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action.
Russell Corin (Hendon United SC A) - faced a barrage of abuse from Redbridge fans in the Harvey Ackerman stand but answered them the best way, with a world-class performance. Didn’t serve to be on the losing side
Dan Sasto (Southgate Harmen B) - “fantastic display, won countless of how many tackles, headers and blocks he made. Simple superb”
Redbridge Jewish Care A sealed the league and cup double after beating Hendon A 2-1 in extra time, while Faithfold C retained the Barry Goldstein Cup following a 4-3 win over UJIA. Faithfold A sealed third place in the JC MSFL Premier Division. Danny Caro looks back on a busy day of Maccabi League and cup action.