Five-star Brady U15s off the mark

November 7, 2011

WFL Under 15 Yellow Division
St. Albans 1 Brady Maccabi 5

Brady Under 15’s registered their first win of the season away to St. Albans on Sunday, although the score did not reflect the difference in the teams other than Brady took their chances whilst their opponents failed to take theirs.


Four-midable Pinner march on in the cup

By Danny Caro, November 7, 2011

Watford Friendly League Challenge Cup Round Two
Pinner JFC 4 Hadley Rangers 1

Pinner JFC’s Under 9s marched on to the third round of the WFL Challenge Cup with a comfortable 4-1 win over Hadley Rangers to see them through to the last 16.

The Sky Blues started well by immediately applying the pressure, kicking uphill and into the wind.


Pinner U9s in seventh heaven

October 10, 2011

Watford Friendly League Under 9s League Cup
Pinner JFC 7 Bushey & Oxhey Tigers 1


Ten-man Stonegrove grab the points

October 10, 2011

Watford League U18s Purple Division
Stonegrove Park U18s 2 Pinner JFC U18 0
Stonegrove Park Under 18 earned a deserved 2-0 victory over a Pinner team who were playing their first match of the season.


Pinner JFC show determination

By Danny Caro, March 28, 2011

Pinner JFC once again showed their resilience and determination with a 4-2 victory Away to Abbots Youth in the Watford Friendly League Green Division.

Things had not started well when on a smaller than average pitch, Abbots scored straight from the kick-off with keeper Sam Krisman blinded by the sun.


Five-star Lions keep going

December 17, 2008

WFL: Whetstone Wanderers Jaguars 0 London Maccabi Lions White 5

The Lions stay top after another excellent performance which them avenge the Jaguars - the only team to beat them in the league this season.

The commitment shown by the whole team was extraordinary, first half goals from Yoav Kestenbaum (2), and Joel Grayson and second half goals from Samuel Marchant and a flying header from Sam Lewis from a Matthew Perlman free kick saw the Lions turn round a 5-3 loss a few months ago into a 5-0 nil away win.


Wittenberg keeps his composure to earn Stones dramatic point

By Mark Symonds, December 17, 2008

WFL Under 15 Yellow Division: Stonegrove Park 5 Watford Red 5

Despite the Shabbat downpour the teams turned up on Sunday morning to a puddle-less pitch and, believe it or not, bright Sunday morning sunshine.

The Stones were up against Watford Red, a team they have beaten before but who knocked The Stones out the cup.

Unfortunately, when the game kicked off it showed that Stonegrove hadn't got out of bed yet and Watford took an early lead.

In the first half The Stones were second to every ball and paid the price when Watford knocked another couple in.


Lions find heaven in 7

By Craig Silver, December 10, 2008

London Maccabi Lions Under 15s claimed their best performance of the season so far with a resounding 7-1 success over Edmonton Rangers in the Watford Friendly League White Division.

Samuel Marchant (2), Sam Lee, Josh Cinna and Yoav Kestenbaum (2) and Joel Grayson struck as the Lions went two points clear.
In the Blue Division, Charlie Cohen (2), Harry Davis, Nick Landesberg, Jordan Marks and Max Wegoda eased LML to a 6-0 success over London Colney.


Five-star Lions stun Rovers

November 19, 2008

WFL Blue Division Under 15:
London Maccabi Lions 5 Everestt Rovers 3

London Maccabi Lions came from two down to beat Everett Rovers 3.

Although 2-0 down, Lions rallied with skipper Jake Yudelowitz scoring from the spot on the stroke of half time.

Lions improved in the second half with Eliott Moss scoring with his first touch followed by another into the top left.


Green lifts it for Whites

May 8, 2008

London Maccabi Lions White 2-0 Sun Postal Sports

London Maccabi Lions White UNDER 14s won the Watford Friendly League Spring Cup after defeating Park Street Village 2-0 at Sun Postal Sports Ground in Watford. A goal in each half capped a great performance with Douglas Carson’s half volley added to by Josh Cina after great work from David Smouha. Captain Daniel Green lifted the cup after a powerful midfield performance with central defender Adam Goldstein named man of the match.