Fresh from their double-double celebrations, Raiders have some injuries concerns ahead of their second trip to Wingate & Finchley this season.
JAKE DOFFMAN (goalkeeper) – has been a defensive behemoth all season and is a massive part of the great defensive record the team have put together this season. Ever reliable and enjoys the big stage, banners and all
The eyes of the Jewish football world will be on Rowley Lane on Wednesday night for the clash of the titans – Lions and Raiders - who are both just 90 minutes away from a trip to Wingate & Finchley to take on holders Hendon United Sports Club.
PETER MORRISON TROPHY SEMI-FINAL MACCABI LONDON LIONS A vs NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A
PETER MORRISON TROPHY SEMI-FINAL NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 1 HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A 5
David Garbacz insists Hendon United are determined to prove their critics wrong after they eased into the final of the Peter Morrison Trophy for the third year in a row after crushing North London Raiders C at Ark Academy.
Hendon United Sports Club A will play North London Raiders A or Maccabi London Lions A in the final of the Peter Morrison Trophy after crushing second division Raiders C in today's semi-final, while L'Equipe dented Lions B's hopes of silverware on Matchday 29 of the MGBSFL.
North London Raiders C are bidding to register one of the biggest shocks in the history of Maccabi football when they take on holders Hendon United Sports Club A in the semi-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy, with a trip to Wingate & Finchley the reward for the winners, while there's also key matches in all three divisions as the race for the Division One title hots up.
Forget the Manchester derby; there is only one game people are talking about this weekend - Redbridge Jewish Care A against Hendon United Sports Club A as the giants lock horns for a fourth time, with a place in the semi-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy against North London Raiders C up for grabs.
PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 4 HEATON PARK ROVERS 2 (After extra-time)
A deadly double from Charles Braunstein in extra-time ensured North London Raiders C booked their place in the semi-finals of the Morrison with a hard-fought victory against a spirited Heaton Park Rovers.