Football

Leeds Maccabi 2nd crash out

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Leeds Maccabi 2nd crashed out of the Sunday Alliance Division One Cup following a narrow 2-1 defeat by Temple FC.

Despite dominating the game for long periods, Leeds were indebted to goalkeeper Jamie Rudette, who produced a stunning penalty save to keep his side level after 21 minutes.

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Red-hot Woolman inspires Leeds

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Leeds Sunday Alliance Premier Division
Northern Star 2
Leeds Maccabi 1st 6

Dave Woolman continued his red-hot streak after firing Leeds Maccabi 1st to victory over basement boys Northern Star.

Woolman scored a hat-trick in the opening 30 minutes and grabbed his fourth after the break as Ian Selwyn’s side hit six against their local rivals.

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Pinner two good for Panathinaikos

November 21, 2011

Watford Friendly League Green Division
Panathinaikos Youth 0 Pinner JFC 2

Strikes from Ollie Hershon and Ben Green claim an impressive victory over fellow high-flyers Panathinaikos Youth in the Watford Friendly League Green Division.

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Levy happy with cup cruise

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Paul Levy believes his Republic of Mancunia 2nd side fully deserve their place in the semi-finals of the Harold Feldman Trophy.

Republic cruised past Crumpsall following a 4-0 victory with Gary Freeman, Blake Englander, Gabriel Silva and Andrew Shaffer all on target.

Levy says his players merited their victory over a Crumpsall team bang in form and is now eyeing further progress.

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Stonegrove win battle of the Parks

November 21, 2011

Watford Friendly League Under 16 Green Division
Stonegrove Park 2 Alexandra Park 0

Stonegrove Park overcame their slow start to the season when they comfortably defeated second in the division Alexandra Park on a cold foggy autumnal morning.

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Collins proud despite defeat

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Neil Collins paid tribute to the players of South Manchester Sports Club 2nd and Manchester Maccabi 3rd after they marked the 30th anniversary of his mother’s death with a real cup thriller.

Both sets of players observed a minute silence in honour of former MJSL league secretary, Joan Collins, before playing out a cup classic in the Harold Feldman Trophy.

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Bentwood hails comeback kings

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Steve Bentwood hailed his comeback kings as Manchester Maccabi claimed their place in the semi-finals of the Harold Feldman Trophy.

Traling 2-0 with just eight minutes remaining, Maccabi rallied to take the game into extra time through goals from Sam Calmonson and Max Lee.

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Gee happy with Sunday best

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Haroldeans boss Ivan Gee hailed his side’s first-half performance against Republic of Mancunia 1st as their best of the season so far.

The Merseysiders scored three times inside the opening 45 minutes before claiming a 3-2 win to book their place in the semi-finals of the Harold Feldman Trophy.

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Davis double inspires Lions U15s

November 21, 2011

Watford Friendly League Under 15s
London Maccabi Lions 2 Comet Dolphins 2

Two goals from striker Jack Davis saw the London Maccabi Lions Under 15 A-team come away with a valuable point from this top of the table clash against Comet Dolphins in the Watford Friendly League.

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Harold Feldman Trophy round-up: November 20

By James Masters, November 21, 2011

Oakhill continued their quest for an unprecedented third successive Harold Feldman Trophy after crushing Leeds Maccabi 3rd 7-1.

The Lions, who have now won five games on the spin, booked their place in the semi-finals with a rampant second-half display.

Rob Selwyn scored a hat-trick, with Benji Las, Josh Daniels, Marc Woolfe and Harry Roache also on target.

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