Berg names 22-man Rep Team squad

By Danny Caro, November 25, 2010

Danny Berg, the JC MSFL Rep Team manager, has named a 22–man squad for Tuesday night’s London Inter-League Cup opener against the Turkish Community Football Federation at Wingate & Finchley.

Having appointed Faithfold’s Alex Levack as his captain, Berg said: “We’ve won this competition before so there’s no reason why we can’t do it again.”


Hammers win seven-goal thriller

By Danny Caro, November 21, 2010

Two goals from Dovid Korman plus one apiece from the in-form Yishai Last and Ben Kon helped the Hammers go three points clear at the top of the table as they won a seven-goal thriller at Rowley Lane.

Lions' marksmen were Ben Joseph (2) and Pete Lazard.

Hendon manager David Garbacz said: "The scoreline was a lot closer than the game suggested. We were dominant throughout and really should have won by more.


It's not all about front men, says Rosenfeld

November 18, 2010

Josh Rosenfeld, the manager of Brady Maccabi, was keen to play down the contribution of strikers Josh Hershman and Mark Smith whose hat-tricks helped maintain their promotion charge in a six-goal demolition of fellow high-flyers Camden Park.

Hershman was at his dazzling best in front of the JC cameras for the second time this season. Officially a winger, he has now bagged 15 in all competitions, and his form has led to Rosenfeld recommending him to Rep Team manager Danny Berg ahead of this week's get-together.


Hats off to Hendon, says Harmen boss

By Danny Caro, November 18, 2010

Dan Uzan, manager of Southgate Harmen A, wants Hendon United A to win the title after they hit his team for six to go top of the Premier Division.

A hat-trick from Yishai Last plus further efforts from Greg Corin (2) and Ben Kon sealed a 6-1 victory, with new dad Alex Bourne, the husband of Rachel Stevens, registering Harmen's consolation.


Brady hit Camden for six

By Danny Caro, November 15, 2010

Hat-tricks from Mark Smith and scoring sensation Josh Hershman helped Brady Maccabi to a thrashing of promotion rivals Camden Park in JC MSFL division one.

Brady, flying high near the top of the league, were given their edge by Hershman who, although officially a winger, has now bagged 15 in all competitions. Not far behind him was the tireless Smith - who chased every ball.


Los Blancos in 7th heaven

By Danny Caro, November 12, 2010

After two league defeats in a row, Los Blancos bounced back in some style.

Joel Minsky's men enjoyed all the early possesion and were rewarded when Sami Birnbaum seized on a losse ball in the box to fire into the corner.

The lead was doubled when Danny Kon finished well follwing a fine Blancos move.

Raiders replied against the run of play, but further strikes from Birnbaum and Kon meant Minsky's men went in 4-1 up at the break.


Five-star Faithfold C march on

By Danny Caro, November 12, 2010

'We need to learn how to win' was the summation from stand-in boss David Tropp. He's not wrong. Perhaps it's not surprising when you consider the Real Life start to the season that despite going 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2 up, we still contrived to lose the game by two clear goals.


Wax Outshines Lench As Montana Come Back From The Dead

By Danny Caro, November 12, 2010

A hat-trick from the in-form Josh Hershman strengthened Brady's promotion hopes as they finished in seventh heaven against Redbridge B in Bushey.

Even with an injury depleted squad, Brady were simply exquisite. Missing a quadrant of starting players, Brady put Redbridge to the sword early on as a good Steven Field shot was parried right into the path of the flying Hershman who added another to his seasons tally with a simple tap in.


Bern on song as Redbridge crush rivals

By Danny Caro, November 11, 2010

Danny Berg, coach of Redbridge Jewish Care A, praised the star qualities of striker Daran Bern whose hat-trick boosted the leaders' title charge in a 5-1 demolition of nearest rivals Faithfold A.

Berg, who is also the MSFL Rep Team manager, praised Bern for his all-round performance as the Essex giants ripped apart their north London opponents in a stunning second half display at Fairlop.


Corin class cages Lions

By Danny Caro, November 11, 2010

Redbridge striker Daran Bern was not the only star turn on matchday 10 of the Maccabi League season. A man-of-the-match display from Greg Corin helped Hendon A thump London Maccabi Lions B 8-0. Corin joined Yishai Last (2), Ben Kon (2), Saul Conway, Ari Last and Paul Bentley on the scoresheet as Hendon climbed to second in the table.

Jonny Blain, Daniel Sanford and top-scorer Jacob Gold steered North London Raiders A to a 3-2 victory over Lions A. Jon Green and Ben Joseph replied. Two goals from Ben Murrell helped Harmen A past Neasden B.