Football

Danny Caro's Team of the Week: April 1

By Danny Caro, April 3, 2012

1. BEN LAW (Faithfold A) - on top form as the Superhoops exacted revenge on Neasden. Pulled off “a worldie” for good measure

2. ALEX GILBERT (Hendon United Sports Club A) - “an all-action energetic display” against Raiders B

3. GAVIN SHERMAN (UJIA) - “Captain Marvel led his team from bottom to top”. He will now lead them to Wingate

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Danny Caro's Premier Division TOTW: April 1

By Danny Caro, April 3, 2012

1. Ben Law (Faithfold A)

2. Danny Sugarman (Redbridge JC A)

3. Alex Gilbert (Hendon United Sports Club A)

4. Richie Caplin ((Redbridge JC A)

5. Jonny Ellis (Brady Maccabi A)

6. Joe Cohen (Faithfold A)

7. Josh Bentley (Hendon United Sports Club A)

8. Sam Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A)

9. Josh Hershman (Brady Maccabi A)

10. Daryl Phillips (Faithfold A),

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Danny Caro's Division 3 TOTW: April 1

By Danny Caro, April 3, 2012

1. Mike Perkin (North West Neasden C)

2. Aron Lewis (North West Neasden C)

3. Gavin Sherman (UJIA)

4. Lee Bushell (Shirley Park)

5. Ryan Colet (Blizzard Storm)

6. Simon Levene (North West Neasden C)

7. Ilan Shaki (Shirley Park)

8. Jeremy Teacher (UJIA)

9. Ben Nassim (UJIA)

10. Saul Conway (Shirley Park)

11. Assi Avital (UJIA)

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Danny Caro's Division Four TOTW: April 1

By Danny Caro, April 3, 2012

1. Simon Roth (Athletic Bilbaum)

2. Josh Graham (North London Raiders C)

3. Matt Keston (North London Raiders C)

4. Mark Pasha (Athletic Bilbaum)

5. Benjy Aarons-Richardson (Athletic Bilbaum)

6. Ben Bell (Athletic Bilbaum)

7. Adam Bier (Athletic Bilbaum)

8. Sam Roth (Athletic Bilbaum)

9. Rob Rodney (Athletic Bilbaum)

10. Ed Green (Athletic Bilbaum)

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JC MSFL Save of the Week: April 1

By Danny Caro, April 3, 2012

WINNER: - Dan Cohen (Raiders) - stunning one-handed save to keep out a swerving drive from Jonny Ellis

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NOMINEES

- Ben Adaki (Brady) - crucial late save to deny Igal Yahya and earn Brady a point

- Ben Law (Faithfold A) - made an amazing diving save with his feet from a shot from four yards out

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JC MSFL Goal of the Week: April 1

By Danny Caro, April 3, 2012

WINNER: - Alex Levack (Faithfold A) - a wonder strike from 30 yards that NWN Max Shields could only admire

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NOMINEES

- Jamie Wolfson (NL Raiders A) - cut in from the right before producing a stunning finish with the outside of his right foot

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Glorious Gilbert takes Bilbaum up

By Danny Caro, April 3, 2012

JC MSFL DIVISION FOUR
Athletic Bilbaum 1 SPEC FC 0

Jake Gilbert went down in Athletic Bilbaum folklore after scoring the goal that settled the contest for the runners-up spot as the Baums crushed SPEC FC's hopes of automatic promotion.

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'Travesty of justice' for Maccabi

By James Masters, April 2, 2012

Tameside League Division Two
Manchester Maccabi 1st 1
Windmill Failsworth 2

Manchester Maccabi boss Stuart Delmonte reckons his side’s defeat by league leaders Windmill Failsworth was a ‘travesty of justice’.

Maccabi dominated the contest and could have had the game wrapped up before half-time, but for some wayward finishing and inspired goalkeeping.

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Northern team of the week nominations: April 1

By James Masters, April 2, 2012

Here are the nominations for Northern Team of the Week following the action on Sunday April 1.

Goalkeepers:
Conor Rabbett (South Manchester SC 1st)
Gary Stewart (South Manchester SC 2nd)
Josh Samberg (Manchester Maccabi 1st)

Defenders:
Adam Tauber (Manchester Maccabi 1st)
Adam Green (Manchester Maccabi 1st)
Jordan Sherne (Leeds Maccabi 3rd)
Marc Collins (South Manchester SC 2nd)

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MJSL round-up: April 1

By James Masters, April 2, 2012

Josh Bor wrote himself into Broughton folklore after firing the MJSL basement boys to their first victory of the season in the Tony Cohen Memorial Cup.

Sydney Fulda’s men pulled off a convincing 3-0 win over Leeds Maccabi 3rd to clinch their place in the semi-finals of the competition.

Bor opened the scoring for the home side before Osher Landes doubled Broughton’s advantage.

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