Football

Maccabi derby finishes honours even

November 20, 2008

A penalty from Laurence Myers helped Brady Maccabi A move to within two points of top spot as they drew 1-1 against London Maccabi Lions A in Division One. Adam Brand netted for Lions.

South Manx went third after claiming an impressive 6-2 victory over Glenthorne United A, courtesy of strikes from Mark Powell (2), Eric Elbaz, Gavin Jacobs, Darren Coon, and a 40-yarder from Ollie Olsen. Stewart Block and Faraharz Bozorgzad-Moghim replied.

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Neasden maintain winning habit

By Danny Caro and Craig Silver, November 20, 2008

Two goals apiece from Lee Cash and Lee Bibring helped North West Neasden A storm 13 points clear in the Premier Division as Redbridge Jewish Care became their ninth

victims of the league campaign. RJC's consolation came through a Daniel Howard penalty.

Fabio Revieccio was the match winner as Glenthorne United A surprised Bafana Bafana.

South Manx A surged five points clear in Division One after beating Hendon United B 4-1, thanks to doubles from Alon Hershkorn and Elliot Stern.

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Tigers sent packing by five-star Faith

November 20, 2008

Ben Lewis (2), Alex Levack, Paul Savitz and James Thomson struck as Faithfold A progressed to the fourth round of the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup with a 5-2 victory over Barking Tigers.

Montana Boca United A were beaten 5-1 by Clapton Rangers. Simon Peterman had drawn them level.

Chigwell Athletic A overcame Southgate Harmen A 4-0 with goals from Sam McCarthy (2), Aron Barnes and Steve Gevertz in round one of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup.

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Bishops bashed by four-some Craig

November 20, 2008

Four goals from Oli Craig helped London Maccabi Lions Under 18s beat Bishops Stortford in the Herts County Cup. Harry Franks opened the scoring with a header from a Joe Zender corner before Craig went goal crazy.

Lioz Ahitove (2), Jamie Horne (2) and Steven Field struck as Kenton Maccabi surprised HIS Hendon United 5-1 in the AJY Under 17 Division.

Goals from Matt Lubel and Alex Trup were not enough as Pinner JFC Under 16s lost 3-2 against Tornados JSC in the Watford Friendly League Yellow Division.

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Uni boys on rampage

November 20, 2008

Leeds JNF J-Uni stormed 11 points clear at the top of the Manchester Jewish Soccer League after recording two victories in the space of a few days.

Alex Hirschman (2), Josh Robin (2), Alex Singer, Elliot Wallis, Anthony Hayman and Jonathan Green were on target as they mauled Oakhill Lions 8-0 in a midweek contest. This was followed by a 6-2 success over Manchester Maccabi 4th in which Hirshman (3), Rubin, Sam Benamor and Jamie Cooper netted.

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Sloma’s in the dark

By Danny Caro, November 20, 2008

Grays midfielder Sam Sloma had his goal celebrations cut short in a first round replay when a floodlight failure forced the match to be abandoned.

Sloma, 26, opened the scoring against Carlisle United after 20 minutes but then the lights at the New Rec ground failed. "It was a very strange feeling," he said. "The FA history books will probably chalk the goal off but I'm still going to count it."

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Benayoun: I’m going nowhere

By Danny Caro, November 20, 2008

Israel captain Yossi Benayoun has distanced himself from reports that he wants to leave Liverpool.

Speaking to Israeli reporters in the build-up to Israel's international friendly against the Ivory Coast, Benayoun, 28, claimed that English newspapers had twisted his comments.

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Maccabi Masters League review

By Jeremy Silverstone, November 19, 2008

A penalty from Laurence Myers helped Brady Maccabi A move to within two points of top spot as they drew 1-1 against London Maccabi Lions A in Division One. Adam Brand netted for Lions.

South Manx went third in the table after claiming an impressive 6-2 victory over Glenthorne United A courtesy of strikes from Mark Powell (2), Eric Elbaz, Gavin Jacobs, Darren Coon, and a 40-yarder belter from Ollie Olsen. Stewart Block and Faraharz Bozorgzad-Moghim scored for Glenthorne.

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Pinner JFC weekend round-up

November 19, 2008

Seniors - Away to Norstar (MSFL Division 4)

Lost 3-1.

The Seniors started well and were controlling the game keeping Norstar at bay in their own half. But with 20 minutes gone Norstar pushed forward with one of their few chances and whipped in a ball from right to be headed home.

The blues lost concentration and not least due to two early substitutions that manager Les Conway was forced to make. Josh Sasto due to a recurring shoulder injury and Marc Benamram with a calf problem.

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Tigers in a tail of two halves

November 19, 2008

Hendon Hawks Tigers played HMH Blue under 9's on the 16th November at Burnt Oak Leisure Centre.

Hendon Hawks Tigers began the first match on the back foot as a dominant HMH Blue side dicated the first half of the first game. Both teams had a fair amount of chances to open the scoring, however, the first half ended with the score still level at 0-0.

The second half was more open with plenty of attacking football from both sides. It was HMH Blue who opened the scoring in the end with Jacy Josephs slotting the ball beyond the Hawks keeper.

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