Football

Rampant Redbridge go top

By Danny Caro, November 28, 2011

JC MSFL DIVISION ONE
NORSTAR A 1 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 3

Two more goals from the deadly Dan Orgel helped Redbridge B leapfrog Norstar to finish the weekend top of the table.

The influential Jamie Cooper also found the net as Stirling Kay's men extended their unbeaten league run in stylish fashion in Wembley.

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JC MSFL Save of the Week: November 27

By Danny Caro, November 28, 2011

WINNER: - Guy Ben-Aroya (Catford & Bromley) - stunning double reaction save to deny Raiders sub Dan Cohen

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NOMINATIONS

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Montana part company with Emanuel

By Danny Caro, November 28, 2011

Montana confirmed on Monday morning that they have parted company with manager Vivian Emanuel after a string of poor results.

Marc Zeidman and Nick Goodmaker will take charge for the foreseeable future.

Montana chairman Raymond Harrod told JC Sport: "We'd like to thank Viv for all his hard work and effort over the last six months."

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Corin gets Hammers out of jail

By Danny Caro, November 28, 2011

JC CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP ROUND THREE
LONDON MACCABI LIONS B 1 HENDON UNITED A 5 AET

Premier Division Hendon A were given an almighty scare at Rowley Lane before eventually over-powering second division Lions B in extra time.

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Five-star Raiders leave Cats in a flap

By Danny Caro, November 28, 2011

Strikes from Jamie Wolfson, Adam Joselyn, Jonny Shapiro eased North London Raiders A into the hat for the last 16 as they thumped third division Catford at Brunel.

The other two strikes were own goals, both from devilish crosses from Wolfson.

Catford's consolation came through Ashley Stokes.

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Leeds eye Broughton battle

By James Masters, November 28, 2011

Leeds Maccabi 3rd boss Alex Ullmann has set his sights on next weekend’s battle of the basement when they take on Broughton.

Second-bottom Leeds were beaten 2-0 by Republic of Mancunia 1st after conceding two late goals and remain winless so far this season.

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Experience key for Bentwood

By James Masters, November 28, 2011

Manchester Maccabi 3rd bosss Steve Bentwood believes his side’s extra experience helped them overcome Haroldeans in a titanic tussle at Brooklands.

Sheldon Lee’s double was enough to give Maccabi all three points and inflict a first league defeat of the season on the visitors.

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Gee rues 'worst performance'

By James Masters, November 28, 2011

Haroldeans boss Ivan Gee was left to reflect on his side’s ‘worst performance of the season’ after they surrendered their unbeaten record.

Sheldon Lee scored twice to give Manchester Maccabi 3rd a deserved 2-1 win over the Merseysiders in a hard-fought affair and end their nine-match winning streak.

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Lions ready to hunt down Haroldeans

By James Masters, November 28, 2011

Zack Gothelf insists his Oakhill Lions are ready to roar to the top of the MJSL after moving to within six points of league leaders Haroldeans.

The Manchester students are unbeaten since the opening day and defeated Crumpsall 3-0 on Sunday thanks to goals from Josh Daniels, Eli Gottlieb and Alex Goodman.

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Hornets come from behind to reach Anekstein last 16

By Danny Caro, November 28, 2011

JC CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP ROUND THREE
HENDON UTD SPORTS CLUB B 2 GLENTHORNE UNITED B 1

Hendon edged into the next round after goals from Gav Noe and Pinty Baddiel helped them avoid a potential upset against Division Three title favourites Glenthorne B in west Hendon.

James Rubin had put Glenthorne ahead.

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