JC MSFL Matchday 11 review

By Danny Caro, November 13, 2011

A late strike from Rob Lerner maintained Neasden A's title hopes as they condemned North London Raiders A to their eighth defeat of the season, while Norstar A won a seven-goal thriller against Harmen B in Division One. Danny Caro looks back on Matchday 11 of the JC MSFL season.

PMT – Ice-cool Fortune make Camden pay the penalty


JC MSFL rumour mill: November 11

By Danny Caro, November 11, 2011

There is rarely a dull moment in the JC MSFL. Here are the latest rumours doing the rounds ...

The naming rights issue has caught the attention of several JC MSFL clubs. A straw poll threw up the following names - The Sollys Stadium, The Grodzinski Arena, Hasidic Lodge, The JC Stadium – for any Hull-based Jewish teams, but the most popular one was The Cinderella Hairena.


Revieccio returns to Glenthorne

By Danny Caro, November 11, 2011

Glenthorne United B have re-signed star striker Fabio Revieccio who has returned to the club following a short spell at double winners Redbridge Jewish Care A.

Revieccio won the JC MSFL Golden Boot last season after helping the Thornes clinch promotion from Division Four last season.

The Thornes have made a brilliant start in Division Three this season, with six straight victories.


We lacked killer touch, says Gold

November 10, 2011

A goal from Josh Kennet kept London Lions in the top 10 of the Spartan South Midlands League Division One although manager Tony Gold believes that it should have resulted in three points rather than one.

The former Maccabi Herzliya star put Lions ahead against New Bradwell St Peter with a fabulous finish after 29 minutes.

However, the Lions were unable to put the game to bed with Ben Ellis,


Red-hot Lavin lifts South

November 10, 2011

Another five-goal salvo from Adam Lavin took South Manchester Sports Club 1st eight points clear at the top of the Manchester Accountants Premier Division after they thumped Manchester Villa 10-3.

South stormed into a 6-0 lead at the break with Villa unable to cope with the strength and power of South's attacking options.


England FC in charge

November 10, 2011

Defending champions England FC maintained their grip on the Olim League title race with a hard-earned 2-1 victory over Ashdod.

England FC player-manager Yoni Sidi said: "This was our best performance yet and it looks like the new players are starting to gel.


'We face ultimate test,' says Gee

By James Masters, November 10, 2011

Ivan Gee believes his Haroldeans team will face the ultimate challenge when they take on Leeds Maccabi 1st in Sunday's Peter Morrison Trophy clash.

MJSL league leaders Haroldeans have won all nine of their league fixtures this season and have raced 10 points clear at the summit.

But Ian Selwyn's Maccabi will start as firm favourites having booked their place in the third round of the Leeds a


Thornes heading in right direction

November 10, 2011

Glenthorne United A continued their steady improvement in Division One with Paul Allen (2) and David Michaels steering them to a 3-0 win over Faithfold.

A strike from Ben Novick helped North London Raiders A draw against Scrabble.

Adam Hart and Ray Russell fired Glenthorne B to a 2-0 victory over Glenthorne United C.

A hat-trick from Lee Cohen steered London Maccabi Lions to a 7-2 victory


Natcho too hot for Tottenham

By Simon Griver, November 10, 2011

A moment of magic from Bebars Natcho boosted Rubin Kazan's hopes of qualifying for the latter stages of the Europa League after they beat Spurs 1-0.

The Israel Under 21 star curled a free-kick past keeper Carlo Cudicini to clinch the victory that lifted the Russians above Spurs in Group A.

Natcho said: "This was a game we had to win and victory was the main thing, so from my point of view sc


Garcia is cock-a-hoop

By Danny Caro, November 10, 2011

Rising star Sammy Garcia has signed for QPR.

Garcia, 8, of Radlett will represent the club's Under 9 team.

A pupil at Radlett Prep, Garcia came through a six-week trial and his busy schedule will include training on Tuesdays and Thursdays as well as matches on Sundays.

He is a product of the Excel academy which includes a Sunday League run by Adam Lustigman.