Kenton call the shots over Highgate

By Danny Caro, January 22, 2009

Goals from Max Gold and Lioz Ahitove kept Kenton Maccabi three points clear at the top of the Under 17 Division with a 2-1 win over
HMH. Daniel Nissenbaum replied.

Nearest challengers Redbridge Jewish Care thumped HIS Hendon United 5-2 with strikes from Ollie Brooks (3), Grant Freedman and David Castle

Under 14 Division leaders HIS Hendon United won a seven-goal thriller against RJC A while Josh Frey, Daniel Kuber and Joseph Woolf earned Stonegrove Park a 3-2 win over Alyth Belsize.


Red-hot Redbridge surprise Alyth

By Craig Silver, January 14, 2009

Redbridge Jewish Care became the first team to beat leaders Alyth Belsize Yellow this season with a thrilling 3-2 victory in the Under 12 Division.

Goals from Max Salador, Daniel Wexler and former Spurs trainee Joffey Bradley helped the East Londoners avenge an 8-1 defeat by Alyth earlier in the season.

In a fiery encounter played in chilly conditions, the game was only given the go ahead after a late pitch inspection. Redbridge began the brighter and could have gone ahead as early as the seventh minute when a Salador effort flew just wide.


Day of destiny looms for Redbridge

By Danny Caro, January 14, 2009

Goals from Max Solomons and Elliot Fox put Redbridge Jewish Care into the final of the Under 17 Division Trophy Centre Cup after they beat Kenton Maccabi 1-0. Steven Field replied. RJC await the winner of the other semi-final between HIS Hendon United and Highgate & Muswell Hill.

Harrison Grant scored a hat-trick as Under 14 Division title hopefuls Redbridge Jewish Care A thumped Kenton Maccabi 6-1.

Three goals from Zachery Collins helped HMH beat Hendon Hawks 5-4.


Essex boys stun league leaders

By Craig Silver, January 12, 2009

AJY League Under 12 Division
Redbridge Jewish Care 3 Alyth Belsize Yellow 2

Redbridge Jewish Care stunned unbeaten league leaders Alyth Belsize Yellow with a 3-2 victory in the AJY Under 12 Division at Fairlop’s Powerleague playing fields.

Goals from Max Salador, Daniel Wexler and former Spurs trainee Joffey Bradley helped the East Londoners avenge an 8-1 defeat by Alyth earlier in the season, they move up to fourth in the table with four games in hand on their respective rivals. Jack Morgan and Zack Rose hit back for Alyth, who suffered their first league defeat of the season.


Double joy for Alyth youngsters

By Craig Silver, January 8, 2009

Alyth Belsize Under 10s started 2009 in style by claiming a double-header victory over HIS Hendon United B. Midfielders Anton Baleanu (3) and Daniel Bernbaum (2) along with Ben Shemtov, Josh Levi, Benji Ross and Tom Sanders helped them record respective 4-1 and 5-1 wins.
Boaz Barnard was the hat-trick hero as Hendon Hawks Broncos overcame Stonegrove Park 3-0. Stonegrove exacted revenge in part two, winning 2-1.


Four-mality for Hendon

By Craig Silver, December 18, 2008

Four goals from Zack Lewis helped HIS Hendon United win their seventh consecutive match as they beat Kenton Maccabi 11-0 in the Under 14 Division.

Daniel Fattal, Adam Ingram, Eddy Wax and Noah Style were on the mark as Alyth Belsize overcame Hendon Hawks 4-1.

HMH opened a four-point lead at the top of the Under 12 Division after beating AC Whetstone 7-1. Zac Rose (4), Dean Cramer, Michael Goldbart and Joshua Dreyfuss struck for HMH. Sammy Huberman replied for Whetstone.


Stones thrill

By Craig Silver, December 10, 2008

Stonegrove Park Under 14s maintained their title hopes with a 7-3 victory over HMH. Daniel Kuber (2), Adam Gold (2), Shaun Privett, Scott Greenfield and Yonni Chitiyat were their marksmen.

Double-chasing Alyth Belsize Yellow eased into the third round of the Under 12 Woody’s Cup after thumping Brady Maccabi 4-0. Michael Goldbart (3) and Eli Wegryzyn were their goal men. Gideon Lee popped up with the winner as HMH Blue overcame Brady Maccabi White in round two of the Woody’s Cup Under 10 competition.


Redbridge rule the roost

By Craig Silver, June 6, 2008

AJY Redbridge Jewish Care stole the show at the AJY football awards at JFS in Kenton, North West London.

The Essex club won three awards after winning the league and cup double with their Under 16 side and the Red Group championship which went to the Under 10 team.

Under 16 captain Marcus Starr said: “This is my third season with the club and it has definitely been my most successful. We are already looking forward to next year. We take our football very seriously and want to try and achieve even more next season.”

Pinner win at long last

By Craig Silver, April 4, 2008

Braces from Joel Benedyk and Joel Shaw steered Pinner to their first win of the season as they surprised title-chasing Alyth Belsize 5-0 in the Under 15 Division. Lewis Decker finished the job. HMH were crowned Under 12 Division champions after beating Redbridge Jewish Care in a double-header.

Zack Collins scored the only goal in match one. He added two more, along with strikes from Clark Norton and Noah Lachs in a 4-3 win in the second. Hendon Inter Schools White kept alive their Under 10 double hopes with a pair of victories over Hendon Hawks.