Football

International Olim win Pesach Cup

April 13, 2015

The International Olim Rep Team held their nerve to beat a visiting England Maccabi on penalties to lift the Pesach Cup.

The England side featured a blend of youth and experience in defence, with outstanding London Lions and Berlin-bound U16 keeper Reuben Rabstein between the posts.

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Moses makes Rovers pay the penalty

By Danny Caro, April 13, 2015

BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL
LOS BLANCOS 4 LONDON ROVERS 3 AET

SIMON MOSES was the hat-trick hero as Blancos avoided an upset against Division Three champions London Rovers.

A tightly contested game was won by a hatrick of penalties by our our top scorer Simon Moses, with the last one arriving in extra time.

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Truman show earns Mill Hill promotion

By Danny Caro, April 13, 2015

MGBSFL DIVISION TWO
AC MILL HILL 4 FC TEAM B 3

Dan Beresford praised super-sub Mark Truman as AC Mill Hill secured second place after staging the comeback of the weekend in an eight-goal thriller against FC Team C at Chase Lodge.

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Final joy for JFS, and more could follow

By Danny Caro, April 13, 2015

JFS has seen a recent surge in success, with four of their six teams qualifying for the Brent final in the extremely competitive footballing borough.

Notably, the 1st XI have not only earned a chance at the Brent title but also a shot at a league and cup double as they prepare for their Middlesex Cup final in mid-April.

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Hendon needed a challenge. Now they have really got one

By Danny Caro, April 13, 2015

Having monopolised the Maccabi football scene for the past few seasons, there’s a danger Hendon United Sports Club A could finish the season empty-handed.

Less than 24 hours after the defeat against Norstar London Raiders A, David Garbacz’s men got the Peter Morrison Trophy draw they didn’t want, Maccabi London Lions Spartans.

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Raiders look back to their old selves, says Adelman

April 13, 2015

BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL
OAKWOOD B 2 NL RAIDERS B 4

Jonathan Adelman believes there is room for improvement after Raiders stormed into the last four with strikes from Josh Green, Simon Buchler, Nick Woolf and Jacob Gold steering them past Oakwood B.

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Champions Flixton target national domination

By Darren Witcoop, April 13, 2015

Stuart Delmonte has set his sights on national domination after AFC Flixton continued their trophy-gathering success in Manchester.

AFC Flixton collected their seventh piece of silverware in just three seasons after being crowned Accountants Premier League champions.

A 4-2 win over Saints ensured Manchester Maccabi 1st had no chance to overhaul runaway leaders Flixton.

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MGBSFL Matchday 31 review

By Danny Caro, April 13, 2015

AC Mill Hill secured second place after winning a titanic promotion playoff against FC Team C, while Camden Park, Los Blancos, FC Team B and Raiders B reached the semi-finals day of the Barry Goldstein Trophy.

MATCHDAY 31 HEADLINES
BGT - Raiders B, Blancos and Team B reach semis
Prem Div - Three and easy for Harmen
Div 1 - Garfinkle takes RJC home in style

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JC team of the week contenders: April 12

By Danny Caro, April 12, 2015

Here are the nominations from Matchday 31 of the MGBSFL.

GK
Matt Kemp (Redbridge JC B)

DEEFENDERS
Ed Weisz, Jon Weisz (both FC Team A)
Danny Bloom (NL Raiders B)
Leo Feldman (Camden Park)
Max Clynes (Oakwood B)
David Cohen (KS Reunited)

MIDFIELDERS
David James Cohen (FC Team A)
Marc Foster (Harmen)
Adam Posner (NL Raiders B)

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Maccabi Masters review: April 12

By Jeremy Silverstone, April 12, 2015

North London Raiders retained the Maccabi Masters League Division One title after claiming a 3-1 victory over nearest rivals Waldaf Town.

A double from Richard Sacks, including a late penalty, plus one from Danny Daggers guided NLR home. James Kaye scored for Waldaf.

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