Peter Morrison Trophy

Revenge is sweet for Neasden A

By Danny Caro, January 30, 2012

Former cup winners Neasden A powered past Lions A at Rowley Lane, exacting revenge on the team who beat them 6-5 in the league last week.

But they did it the hard way after keeper Max Shields was sent off for stamping on Lions joint-player-manager Josh Newman early in the game.

Lee Cash (2), Danny Daggers, Ben Ellis and Paul Haik completing the rout for Neasden.

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Brady edge past battling Fortune

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16
Brady Maccabi A 2 Temple Fortune A 1

Brady kept alive their hopes of a cup double with a hard fought win over first division Temple Fortune A at the Hive, courtesy of two headers from star man Paul Hakim.

The hosts scored twice in the last 25 minutes with a solitary effort from Jon Fisher proving too little, too late for Fortune.

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Courageous Chigwell cause Morrison upset

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16
FC Team A 2 Chigwell Athletic 4

First division Chigwell boosted their double hopes with an impressive win over FC Team A at Meadow Park.

Strikes from Daniel Castle, Jon Swead, Paul Lenchner and Neil Tilley took them through.

Castle put the visitors in front after just three minutes with a header from a Craig Pearl free kick.

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JC MSFL Matchday 21 review

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

Chigwell Athletic, Redbridge Jewish Care A, North West Neasden A, Oakwood, South Manchester, Manchester Maccabi and Hyde Park Rovers are among the clubs through to the quarter-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy. In the league, Team JLGB claimed their first win of the season to dent Neasden C's promotion hopes.

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The magic of the Morrison

By Danny Caro, January 26, 2012

The first national round of the Peter Morrison Trophy has thrown up some intriguing north versus south battles with teams from the provinces looking to make their mark in the capital on what will undoubtedly be a super Sunday.

Cup holders Manchester Maccabi 1st face a testing afternoon in the lunchtime kick-off against JC MSFL Premier Division new boys North London Raiders B in Hatfield.

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JC MSFL Matchday 21 preview

By Danny Caro, January 25, 2012

It's the first national round of the Jewish FA Cup on Sunday and there’s some mouth-watering action in store as four teams from the provinces travel to London. Danny Caro looks ahead to a bumper programme of league and cup action.

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MATCHDAY 20 HIGHLIGHTS & AWARDS

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Davidi is dynamite

By Danny Caro, December 12, 2011

b>PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND THREE
FC TEAM A 5 BRADY MACCABI B 1

Class told at Meadow Park as Premier Division FC Team A breezed past Division Four title hopefuls Brady B.

Wing wizard SHAI DAVIDI stole the show with a superb hat-trick. Striker Richard Salmon and Jon Breger completed the scoring.

The visitors' consolation came through an own goal.

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Ice-cool Oaks hold their nerve

By Danny Caro, December 6, 2011

PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND THREE
OAKWOOD 2 NORSTAR A 2
AET (Oakwood won on penalties)

Oakwood held their nerve to beat Division One rivals Norstar on penalties to book their place in the last 16 after a pulsating affair at Parmiters.

A stunner from Dan Geey and one from Antony Kintish accounted for the Oakwood goals.

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Hakim heroics too much for Raiders

December 5, 2011

PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND THREE
BRADY MACCABI 4 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 0

Two goals from Paul Hakim plus one apiece from TJ Keterman and Josh Hershman eased Brady past Raiders to reach the last 16 of the Jewish FA Cup.

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Peter Morrison Trophy last 16 draw

By Danny Caro, December 5, 2011

Cup holders Manchester Maccabi 1st will travel to North London Raiders B, while there are two massive all-JC MSFL ties including Hendon A against Redbridge A, in a re-run of last seasons' JC Cyril Anekstein Cup final, and Lions A versus Neasden A. The other three northern teams will all travel to London, with Hyde Park Rovers taking on competition outsiders Shirley Park of Division Three.

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