MJSL

Levy happy with cup cruise

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Paul Levy believes his Republic of Mancunia 2nd side fully deserve their place in the semi-finals of the Harold Feldman Trophy.

Republic cruised past Crumpsall following a 4-0 victory with Gary Freeman, Blake Englander, Gabriel Silva and Andrew Shaffer all on target.

Levy says his players merited their victory over a Crumpsall team bang in form and is now eyeing further progress.

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Collins proud despite defeat

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Neil Collins paid tribute to the players of South Manchester Sports Club 2nd and Manchester Maccabi 3rd after they marked the 30th anniversary of his mother’s death with a real cup thriller.

Both sets of players observed a minute silence in honour of former MJSL league secretary, Joan Collins, before playing out a cup classic in the Harold Feldman Trophy.

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Bentwood hails comeback kings

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Steve Bentwood hailed his comeback kings as Manchester Maccabi claimed their place in the semi-finals of the Harold Feldman Trophy.

Traling 2-0 with just eight minutes remaining, Maccabi rallied to take the game into extra time through goals from Sam Calmonson and Max Lee.

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Gee happy with Sunday best

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Haroldeans boss Ivan Gee hailed his side’s first-half performance against Republic of Mancunia 1st as their best of the season so far.

The Merseysiders scored three times inside the opening 45 minutes before claiming a 3-2 win to book their place in the semi-finals of the Harold Feldman Trophy.

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Harold Feldman Trophy round-up: November 20

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Oakhill continued their quest for an unprecedented third successive Harold Feldman Trophy after crushing Leeds Maccabi 3rd 7-1.

The Lions, who have now won five games on the spin, booked their place in the semi-finals with a rampant second-half display.

Rob Selwyn scored a hat-trick, with Benji Las, Josh Daniels, Marc Woolfe and Harry Roache also on target.

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Gothelf wants cup treble

By James Masters, November 15, 2011

Zack Gothelf has urged his Oakhill Lions to make history and become the first side in MJSL history to win the Harold Feldman Trophy three years in a row.

Oakhill moved up to second in the league table following last weekend’s 6-3 thrashing of Broughton and have lost just once all season.

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Northern team of the week: November 13

By James Masters, November 15, 2011

Here is my team of the week for November 13.

1. Simon Falk (Hyde Park Rovers)

2. Darren Brewer (South Manchester SC 2nd)

3. Ben Brownson (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)

4. Steven Berke (Leeds Maccabi 1st)

5. Dan Ross (Leeds Maccabi 1st)

6. Ben Roback (Hyde Park Rovers) STAR MAN

7. Marc Woolfe (Oakhill)

8. Howard Moss (Leeds Maccabi 2nd)

9. Alex Nadler (Broughton)

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Jackson quits Rovers for South

By James Masters, November 14, 2011

Hyde Park captain Adam Jackson has quit the Leeds side to sign for South Manchester Sports Club.

The highly-rated defender made his South debut as a 70th minute substitute during the 5-3 Peter Morrison Trophy win over Leeds Maccabi 2nd.

Jackson, who has played for South and Manchester Maccabi in the past, had been one of Hyde Park’s most important players in recent months.

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Northern team of the week nominations

By James Masters, November 14, 2011

Northern Team of the Week nominees for November 13.

Goalkeepers:
Simon Falk (Hyde Park Rovers)

Defenders:
Darren Brewer (South Manchester SC 2nd)
Steven Berke (Leeds Maccabi 1st)
Dan Ross (Leeds Maccabi 1st)
Ben Brownson (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)

Midfielders:
Ben Roback (Hyde Park)
Oli Senchal (Hyde Park)
David Herman (Hyde Park)
Marc Woolfe (Oakhill)

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Haroldeans get rude awakening

By James Masters, November 14, 2011

Fraser Saville believes Haroldeans have been given a real wake up call after they crashed to their first defeat of the season and were dumped out of the Peter Morrison Trophy.

The Merseysiders, who have won nine out of nine in the MJSL and are nine points clear at the summit, were trounced 5-0 by Leeds Maccabi 1st in Yorkshire.

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