Football

MJSL round-up: January 29

By James Masters, January 30, 2012

Oakhill’s title challenge looks dead and buried after the Manchester students were held to a goalless draw by Republic of Mancunia 2nd.

The Lions are now 11 points behind league leaders Haroldeans with just seven games remaining and face a near impossible task to chase down the Merseysiders.

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Revenge is sweet for Neasden A

By Danny Caro, January 30, 2012

Former cup winners Neasden A powered past Lions A at Rowley Lane, exacting revenge on the team who beat them 6-5 in the league last week.

But they did it the hard way after keeper Max Shields was sent off for stamping on Lions joint-player-manager Josh Newman early in the game.

Lee Cash (2), Danny Daggers, Ben Ellis and Paul Haik completing the rout for Neasden.

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Stonegrove Park are six-hitters

By Danny Caro, January 30, 2012

WATFORD FRIENDLY LEAGUE UNDER 16 SPRING SHIELD COMPETITION
Finchley Revolution 0 Stonegrove Park 6

Stonegrove Park fired up their season with an emphatic six-goal victory in the first game of the Spring Shield competition.

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Leeds 2nd end nightmare streak

By James Masters, January 30, 2012

Leeds Sunday Alliance Division One
Rodley Barge 0
Leeds Maccabi 2nd 5

Leeds Maccabi 2nd produced a five-star showing to finally end their nightmare run of form.

Simon Fisher’s men had failed to win a single league game, before finally claiming three precious points at the 12th time of asking.

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Peppi helps South Manchester cage Lions B

By Danny Caro, January 30, 2012

PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16
London Maccabi Lions B 0 South Manchester Maccabi Sports 1st 1

A goal from Ben Peppi saw South Manchester Sports squeeze into the last eight of the Peter Morrison after a below par performance at Rowley Lane.

Missing prolific marksman Adam Lavin, South struggled to overcome lower ranked opponents who hustled South out of their smooth passing game.

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Maccabi Masters review: January 29

By Danny Caro, January 30, 2012

Defending champions Brady Maccabi A suffered their second consecutive defeat with goals either side of the break from Dan Ruckin and Steve Moss earning Scrabble an impressive victory.

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Lawrence late show is just SPEC-tacular

January 30, 2012

JC MSFL DIVISION FOUR
Brady Maccabi B 1 SPEC FC 2

The SPEC clan gave the Brady bunch a clear reminder that they were still in the title race, scoring a dramatic winner in the last minute to record a famous victory over their fierce rivals.

Player-manager Josh Dagul had put Brady ahead early on, getting his head on an in-swinging free-kick to give the home side an early lead.

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Brady edge past battling Fortune

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16
Brady Maccabi A 2 Temple Fortune A 1

Brady kept alive their hopes of a cup double with a hard fought win over first division Temple Fortune A at the Hive, courtesy of two headers from star man Paul Hakim.

The hosts scored twice in the last 25 minutes with a solitary effort from Jon Fisher proving too little, too late for Fortune.

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Courageous Chigwell cause Morrison upset

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16
FC Team A 2 Chigwell Athletic 4

First division Chigwell boosted their double hopes with an impressive win over FC Team A at Meadow Park.

Strikes from Daniel Castle, Jon Swead, Paul Lenchner and Neil Tilley took them through.

Castle put the visitors in front after just three minutes with a header from a Craig Pearl free kick.

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Red-hot Redbridge end Hendon's treble dream

By Danny Caro, January 29, 2012

PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16
Hendon Utd Sports Club A 0 Redbridge Jewish Care A 2

Strikes from Adam Bolle and Josh Kennet steered Redbridge past Premier Division rivals Hendon at Hadley FC.

Redbridge boss Eilon Kennet told JC Sport: "We knew it would be difficult and it was, but we pulled it off exactly as planned.

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