MJSL

MJSL review: November 23

By Danny Caro, November 25, 2014

There were victories for Heaton Park Rovers, Leeds Maccabi, Oakhill Lions and Haroldeans in the latest round of matches in the Joan Collins Premier Division.

MAGICAL MARKS DOES THE TRICK
LEEDS MACCABI 4 REICH INSURANCE RANGERS 1
JORDAN MARKS (3) helped Leeds Maccabi come from a goal down to beat Reich Insurance.

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Ice-cool Berg lifts Oakhill

By Darren Witcoop, November 25, 2014

MJSL JOAN COLLINS PREMIER DIVISION
OAKHILL LIONS 2 MACCABI MANCHESTER YELLOW 1

Super-sub Maxwell Berg climbed off the bench to net the late winner for Oakhill Lions.

Berg struck in the 80th minute to have the final say in an even game.

Ben Mandell opened the scoring for the students before player-manager Andy Hatton’s hit back for Maccabi Manchester Yellow.

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Swift leaves Maccabi feeling Blue

By Darren Witcoop, November 25, 2014

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HEATON PARK ROVERS 4 MACCABI MANCHESTER BLUE 0

Alex Swift was the hat-trick hero as Heaton Park Rovers piled on the misery for Maccabi Manchester Blue.

Swift’s treble condemned the winless visitors to a seventh defeat in eight games.

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Resilient Haroldeans maintain title challenge

By Darren Witcoop, November 25, 2014

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HAROLDEANS 2 SOUTH MANCHESTER SPORTS CLUB 2nd 0

Jamie Harris believes his team's strength in depth came to the fore as Haroldeans maintained the pressure at the top thanks to a hard-fought win over South Manchester 2nd.

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Magical Marks steers Leeds past Reich

By Darren Witcoop, November 25, 2014

MJSL JOAN COLLINS PREMIER DIVISION
LEEDS MACCABI 4 REICH INSURANCE RANGERS 1

Daniel Kristall claims Leeds Maccabi’s next three games will define their season.

The table-topping Yorkshiremen maintained their 100 per cent start thanks to Jordan Marks’ hat-trick against Reich Insurance Rangers.

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Teams don't run Morrison, NFC do, says Thorne

By Danny Caro, November 24, 2014

Laurence Thorne insists organisers of the Peter Morrison Trophy have not made a mistake by making the Jewish FA Cup competition an open draw this season.

As the row over the format of this season’s National Cup rumbles on, Thorne believes teams are to blame rather than the administrators despite four clubs withdrawing without playing a match.

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HPR late show stuns Reich

By Darren Witcoop, November 17, 2014

MJSL JOAN COLLINS PREMIER DIVISION
HEATON PARK ROVERS 3 REICH INSURANCE ROVERS 0

Heaton Park Rovers’ prolific pair of Harry Roache and Jonny Franks were on target to down Reich Insurance Rangers.

Roache bagged a brace and Franks also netted as HPR sealed a late win.

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Shiffman keeps Haroldeans in the mix

By Darren Witcoop, November 17, 2014

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HAROLDEANS 2 OAKHILL LIONS 1

Haroldeans remain in the hunt at the top after Adam Shiffman inspired the comeback win over Oakhill Lions.

The students held a half-time time lead when Saul Hoyland seized on a defensive mistake early on.

But Shiffman struck a quickfire double after the break to ensure the Merseysiders kept up the pace.

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Just think, Morrison madness could’ve been easily avoided

By Danny Caro, November 14, 2014

In an age where the amateur game is struggling, numbers-wise, the burden of extra cost and commitment is something that appeals to very few clubs right now.

Further up the ladder, the JPT remains sectional in the early stages before opening up in the latter rounds, with the prize for the two finalists a big day out at Wembley.

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Heaton insulted by Faithfold no-show, says Seligman

By Danny Caro, November 14, 2014

David Seligman has described Faithfold A as disrespectful after Heaton Park Rovers’ Peter Morrison Trophy tie was called off at the 11th hour.

The HPR boss was angered by the late postponement — the second time the Manchester club have progressed in the competition due to a forfeit.

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