Cole to step down at end of the season

By Danny Caro, April 12, 2011

Jamie Cole, manager of North West Neasden A, has confirmed that he will step down at the end of the season.

His decision comes on the back of a disappointing season when the club failed to win silverware for the first time in several years.

Under Cole, Neasden have dominated Jewish football in recent times, completing an unprecedented hat-trick of league and national cup doubles.


Barnes makes Cockfosters pay the penalty

By Danny Caro, April 12, 2011

London Lions made it seven wins from their last nine games with another excellent away performance, beating Cockfosters 3-1.

Two Aron Barnes penalties and a single effort from David Soutar took Lions to 60 points and fifth place in the Molten Spartan South Midlands League Division One.


Leeds Maccabi fall to Pudsey

By Danny Caro, April 12, 2011

A depleted Leeds Maccabi fell to a 5-3 defeat to Pudsey Liberal Club in the Leeds Combination League.

Marcus Mann scored directly from a corner to put Ian Selwyn's side ahead at half time, but a bizarre 10-minute spell at the start of the second half saw Pudsey go 3-1 ahead.

David Woolman pulled a goal back before Pudsey restored their two-goal advantage.


Raiders B clinch Division One title

By JCReporter, April 10, 2011

North London Raiders B celebrated winning the JC MSFL Division One title with an emphatic win over promotion-chasing Brady.

The goals came from an unlikely source as centre back Rick Sherman scored twice from corners, including his team’s decisive third midway through the second half.


JC MSFL Matchday 30 review

By Danny Caro, April 10, 2011

North London Raiders A were edged out by Manchester Maccabi 1st in the semi-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy but there was better news for Raiders B who sealed the Division One title. Danny Caro rounds-up the action.

PMT – Raiders edged out in semi-final
Prem Div – Hammers overcome Neasden A
Div 1 – Raiders B crowned champions


RJC's title success: what they said

By Danny Caro, April 8, 2011

Here is what rival Premier Division managers said about Redbridge’s title success


How Redbridge Jewish Care won the title

By Danny Caro, April 8, 2011

This is how Redbridge Jewish Care A won their first-ever JC MSFL Premier Division title.

September 5 – NW Neasden A (a) – WON 5-1. Bern (4), Frankel

September 12 – Southgate Harmen A (a) – WON 6-1. McCarthy (2), Bern (2), D. Hakimi, Sollosi

September 26 – LM Lions A (a) – WON 2-1. Sollosi, Walker


Brady on course for the double

April 7, 2011

Scott Ansher and Mark Wagman fired Brady Maccabi A into the final of this year's Henry Swerner MMFL Cup.

Double-chasing Brady will face either Faithfold or Hendon Harriers at Barnet's Underhill Stadium on May 15 after beating South Mancs A 2-0 in their semi-final clash.

In Division Two, league leaders Glenthorne United B came from three goals down to clinch a 4-4 draw with South Mancs B.


Bloch's date with destiny

By James Masters, April 7, 2011

Anthony Bloch has challenged his Republic of Mancunia players to prove once and for all that they are the undisputed super power of the MJSL.

Republic will claim their first ever league title on Sunday as long as they avoid defeat against championship rivals Manchester Maccabi 3rd.