JC MSFL Matchday 32 review

By Danny Caro, April 24, 2011

Glenthorne United A were crowned champions of Division Three while North London Raiders finished their season on a high, coming from behind to beat last season's champions North West Neasden A. Danny Caro looks back on the action.

Prem Div - Neasden pay the penalty as Raiders finish on a high
Div 1 - Brady clinch third spot


Republic back in business

By James Masters, April 21, 2011

Republic of Mancunia bounced back from last weekend's devastating defeat by title rivals Manchester Maccabi 3rd by booking their place in the final of the Shonn Trophy.

With their dream of a first league title looking all but dead, Anthony Bloch's boys produced the perfect riposte to set up a final clash against Haroldeans following a 4-1 win over Sporting JLGB.


Double delight for Redbridge

By Danny Caro, April 18, 2011



Sam McCarthy described his Redbridge team as “simply the best” after they completed a first-ever double with a hard fought victory over Hendon at Wingate & Finchley.


Maccabi vets hold advantage

April 14, 2011

Manchester Maccabi and South Manchester Sports Club will contest the final of the MJSL Veterans Challenge Trophy after coming through the round robin stages.

Maccabi won both their match comfortably. South saw off Leeds Maccabi 5-1 to book their place in the final at Brooklands on May 1.


'It's ours to lose now,' says Maccabi manager

April 14, 2011

Republic of Mancunia's treble hopes are hanging by a thread after they missed the chance to clinch the league title after going down to Manchester Maccabi 3rd in their final game of the season.


Manager's son sends Manchester into final

By David Gold, April 14, 2011

Tony Rosenberg, joint-manager of Manchester Maccabi 1st, could not hide his delight after watching his son, Andy, put his team into the final of the Peter Morrison Trophy after seeing off North London Raiders A.

A second-half header from the midfielder was all that separated the teams at Brooklands.


Footballers whose goal is peace in Israel

By Anne Joseph, April 14, 2011

A group of men and women in tracksuits and coloured bibs are dribbling footballs through cones, whooping and exchanging high-fives as they complete a circuit. It is a common enough sight on pitches up and down the country, but this training session, taking place at Brighton University's Chelsea School of Sport in Eastbourne, is different.


Cup final preview: Redbridge JC history

By Danny Caro, April 13, 2011

Redbridge Jewish Care started some 18 years ago when the club was formed by Mickey Brown, Mickey Tabor and Lee Silver. At that time the club was Barkingside Youth Jewish FC and was an Under 14 side.

The club, at that time, started life in Division Five and after a couple of seasons broke away and became independent, changing their name to Barkingside United.


Hammers out to stop Redbridge doing the double

By Danny Caro, April 13, 2011

David Garbacz goes into Sunday’s JC Cyril Anekstein Cup final against Redbridge Jewish Care A, roaring: “We are the best team in Jewish football.”

The Hendon United Sports Club A manager believes that his troops can deny the newly-crowned league champions the double when the teams go head-to-head at the Abrahams Stadium.



JC MSFL Matchday 31 preview

By Danny Caro, April 13, 2011

Matchday 31 of the JC MSFL season promises to be the most exciting yet with Redbridge Jewish Care A and Hendon United Sports Club A taking centre stage in the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup final at Wingate & Finchley in the evening. Prior to that, Faithfold C and UJIA will battle it out in the Barry Goldstein Cup final. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action.