MJSL

MJSL round-up

By James Masters, October 4, 2010

A four-goal salvo from Ben Peppi steered South Manchester Sports Club 2nds to a 7-3 victory over Westdene 1st.

Simon Davis added two more and Jonny Tenzer another as South Manchester came from a goal down to claim the points.

Oli Grant and Ben Roback’s deflected strike helped Hyde Park Rovers beat Westdene 2nd 2-0.

Crumpsall’s miserable start to the season continued after they suffered a 7-0 defeat at Sporting JLGB.

Josh Taylor scored twice, while Uri Steinberg, Saul Davies, Danny Jacobs, Adam Schwinger and Jamie Bowden also got on the scoresheet.

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MJSL best is yet to come, says Simons

By James Masters, September 21, 2010

Martin Simons has struck fear into the hearts of the MJSL by declaring there's more to come from his rampant Maccabi machine.

The league leaders racked up their fifth consecutive victory of the season to maintain their 100 per cent record following a comfortable 2-0 win over Westdene 1sts.

Talented midfielder Louie Basso continued his impressive run of form with a classy double to give Maccabi victory and send them six points clear at the summit.

But manager Simons was left unimpressed with his side's showing – despite watching them romp to victory yet again.

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Collins' blast thrusts South into action

September 16, 2010

Neil Collins revealed how an old-fashioned half-time rollicking fired his South Manchester Sports Club 2nd side to a 3-1 victory at Westdene 1st.

The South boss was left frustrated with his team's failure to convert their dominance into goals after spurning a whole host of chances in a one-sided affair.

Goals from Simon Davies, Joey Lazare and Ben Polak eventually wrapped up the win for the visitors, who looked a class above their opponents for the majority of the contest.

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Republic humble Haroldeans

By Danny Caro, September 13, 2010

Republic of Mancunia maintained their excellent start to the JC MJSL season with a 3-1 victory over defending champions Haroldeans.

ROM went into the match with a 16-man squad ready to face the tough challenge in Liverpool which historically is a difficult fixture for all teams in the MJSL. The management and captain made their intentions clear before the Kick Off, with the match plan worked perfectly.

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MJSL midweek round-up

By Danny Caro, September 8, 2010

Manchester Maccabi 3rd maintained their 100 per cent start to the MJSL season with a 2-0 victory over arch rivals South Manchester Sports Club 2nd.

Strikes from Max Rose and Josh Hayes took Howard Gruber’s boys clear at the top of the MJSL Joan Collins Premier Division.

Republic of Mancunia overcame Sporting JLGB 3-0 with goals from Jamie Lyons, Oli Basger and Simon Kaye.

Westdene 1st were awarded three points after Crumpsall forfeited due to a lack of players.

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South Manchester starts MJSL season in style

By Danny Caro, September 1, 2010

There were goals galore in the opening round of JC MJSL matches on Tuesday night.

South Manchester Sports Club 2nd bounced back from their defeat in the MJSL JC North Charity Shield with an emphatic 6-0 victory over Republic of Mancunia.

A hat-trick from Toby Levy plus two from Ben Polak and Mike Stratton got them off to a flyer.

Josh Hayes fired a treble as Manchester Maccabi 3rd thumped Crumpsall 5-0. Harry Myers and Lee Simons completed the rout.

Strikes from Jay Rosenthal, Alex Winston and Brett Howart earned Westdene 1st a 3-0 victory in the derby at Westdene 2nd.

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Haroldeans wins Charity Shield on penalties

By Danny Caro, August 31, 2010

Haroldeans won the inaugural MJSL JC North Charity Shield on penalties after last-gasp equaliser in 3-3 thriller with South Manchester Maccabi 2nd.

In an action packed match which unveiled the new season, MJSL Champions Haroldeans rode their luck with South having four goals disallowed and they forced penalties with an equaliser 15 seconds before full time.

First blood went to Haroldeans as Josh Silverberg rifled home at the second attempt after 10 minutes but the lead lasted just six minutes when Toby Levy smashed an unstoppable shot home.

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Haroldeans out to defend MJSL crown

August 26, 2010

Haroldeans were dealt a blow ahead of the new JC MJSL season after star striker Josh Rubin joined rivals Manchester Maccabi 1st.

The league got under way this week and it looks set to be a close race this season. Assuming they find a replacement for Rubin, the Liverpudlians will still be the team to beat while Manchester Maccabi 2nd, who missed out by a single point last year, remain strong contenders.

Republic of Mancunia look a good outside bet as they picked up their first cup trophy last season and have the experience of beating the best teams last time round.

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No kids play

By Danny Caro, August 19, 2010

The MJSL have confirmed that there will be no junior section this year due to low numbers.

Last season saw the league run an Under 10 Division made up by three teams from South Manchester, two from Manchester Maccabi and one from Broughton and champions Haroldeans. This season, South Manchester Sports Club will enter their youth teams into the Altrincham & Timperley and Thameside Leagues.

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Alex Kaye is the MJSL Player of the Year

By Danny Caro, May 27, 2010

Oakhill Lions midfielder Alex Kaye is the MJSL Player of the Year.

Kaye, 21, received the Tony Waltzer Trophy after a season in which he scored twice in the Feldman Trophy final, including an extra-time winner.

In his final year reading history and sociology at the University of Manchester, Kaye has scored 13 goals, playing predominantly in central midfield as well as a brief spell at centre back.

Kaye said: "Winning the MJSL Player of the Year award is something I am very proud of. It's always nice to see your name engraved on a trophy.

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