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De Beck Spitzer boosts NWLJ

January 14, 2014

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE UNDER 14 YELLOW DIVISION
NWLJ BLUE 3 HMH ATHLETIC 2

North West London Jets under 14s began 2014 with a fantastic second-half display against HMH Athletic, securing a 3-2 victory in the Watford Friendly League Yellow Division.

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Junior football round-up: September 8

September 10, 2013

There was cup success for Brady Maccabi Reds in their Watford Friendly League under-11 League Cup Group B tie as they defeated Hadley Wood and Wingate Eagles 5-0.

A good weekend for the Brady Reds was made even better with narrow wins for the under-14's and 10's who defeated Hinton and Finchley Rev (2-1) and Pinnacle (4-3) respectively.

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London Maccabi Lions youth round-up: Sept 9

By Danny Caro, September 13, 2012

London Lions White secured a crushing 4-1 victory over Chorleywood in the under-18 section of the Watford Friendly League.

Rob Cohen, Michael Kenley, David Seitler and Zachary Skry were all on target.

Lions Green suffered a 3-1 defeat against Bridgedale Rovers with Adam Lipman the scorer.

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100th goal for George Goldberg

December 17, 2009

George Goldberg, 12, scored his 100th goal in 110 league and cup appearances for HMH Purple as HMH Purple beat HISHU 4-3 in the MGBPFL Under 13 Division One.

The win helped HMH maintain their 100 per cent. The Highgate club were always ahead and had the vast majority of possession. HMH’s scorers were Adam Ellis (2) and Aaron Benjamin.

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RJC dominate AJY finals day

By Danny Caro, March 30, 2009

Redbridge Jewish Care dominated AJY finals day at Redbridge FC.

The East London club enjoyed a clean sweep of the three matches they were involved in with the Under 17 team starting proceedings with a 7-1 win over HMH to land the Woody’s Cup.

Jake Sander (2), Max Solomons, Jacob Kaye, Oliver Brooks, Kane Hopps and Greg Sinclair completed the rout. Josh Fox claimed HMH’s consolation.

The Under 14 Woody’s Cup saw RJC complete a cup double over the Highgate club.

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Special Ks dent Bridge

March 26, 2009

Two goals from Lioz Ahitove plus one from Steven Field saw Kenton Maccabi inflict a second league defeat on table-topping Redbridge Jewish Care in the AJY League Under 17 Division.

Harrison Grant (3), Matthew Niman (2), Saul Green (2), Daniel Wright and Jimmy Castle were on target as second-placed RJC thumped Stonegrove Park 9-2 in the Under 14 Division. Adam Gold and Yoni Chitiyat struck consolations for Stonegrove.

Three goals from Zac Rose earned Division 12 leaders Alyth Belsize Yellow a 4-3 win over title rivals HMH Purple.

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Alyth book final affair

March 19, 2009

AJY Goals from Joshua Dreyfruss (2) and Zac Rose booked Alyth Belsize Under 12s a place in the final of the Woody’s Cup at Redbridge FC after they beat HIS Hendon United 3-2.

A hat-trick from Harrison Grant plus one apiece from Nathan Sollosi and Saul Green saw Redbridge Jewish Care become the first side to beat

Under 14 leaders HIS Hendon United.

Noah Lachs (2), Zac Collins (2) and Simon Fox saw HMH share the points in a 10-goal thriller against second-placed Kenton Maccabi.

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Wax lyrical

March 5, 2009

Goals from Eddy Wax, Zac Gordon-Boyd and Ethan Ezra earned Alyth Belsize their fifth win of the campaign as they beat HMH 4-0 in the Under 14 Division.

Four goals from Josh Levy steered Hendon Hawks to a 10-3 win over HMH Blue in the Under 12 Division. Joel Baruch (3), Jacob Eli, Chaim Gilbert and Volvi Herskovic finished the job.

Avi Solomon, Shlomo Mirwis and Binny Feinmesser were on the mark as HIS Hendon United beat Brady Maccabi 3-1.

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Great Care

February 18, 2009

Saul Green (2), Daniel Wright and Matthew Niman scored as Redbridge Jewish Care A maintained their title hopes with a 4-2 win over Hendon Hawks in the Under 14 Division.

Goals from Liam Davis (2) and Daniel Wexler helped RJC Under 12 reached the third round of the Woody’s Cup after beating Alyth Belsize White 3-2 in extra time. Daniel Joseph and Nicky Copper struck for Alyth.

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Redbridge stun Kenton

By Craig Silver, February 5, 2009

A brace from Daniel Levicki plus strikes from Max Solomons and Ollie Brooks helped Redbridge Jewish Care beat league leaders Kenton Maccabi in the Under 17 top-of-the-table clash. Steven Field (2) hit back for Kenton, whose lead has been whittled down to a point.

Hendon Hawks Under 14s won a thrilling Woody’s Cup second round tie 4-2 on penalties as they beat HMH. The teams were locked at 2-2 after extra time.

Jonah Gordon-Boyd scored the only goal of the game as Alyth Belsize White beat HMH Purple to move up to fourth in the Under 12 Division.

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