Danny Caro

Brixton Old Boys vs L'Equipe

By Danny Caro, January 24, 2011

Striker Jamie Kent (2) and midfielder Alon Hershkorn secured the points as Brixton Old Boys boosted their Division Two title hopes with a 3-0 success over L'Equipe in Palmers Green. Marc Morris captured some of the key moments.

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Four-midable Brady set up Redbridge clash

By Danny Caro, January 24, 2011

Brady Maccabi booked a trip to Redbridge Jewish Care A in the quarter-finals of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup after maintaining their domination over Division One rivals Camden Park with a 4-0 victory.

Manager, Josh Rosenfeld rested some of the big guns, as a cup game was a welcome distraction from the league. He also welcomed back season long absentee Oli Kenner to the squad, however after wheezing after 15 minutes of running the line it seems he may still be a few weeks away from fitness.

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London Lions reach Herts Centenary semis

By Danny Caro, January 24, 2011

London Lions booked their place in the semi-finals of the Herts FA Centenary Senior Trophy after overpowering high-flying Kings Langley.

Two goals from Aron Barnes set up a tasty semi-final against London Colney. TJ Keterman and Matt Stock completing the scoring in a 4-1 victory.

Tony Gold, the Lions manager, said: “It was a truly inspiring performance from the Lions who gave their visitors a footballing lesson.”

Lions: Davis, Barnes, Myeroff, Morris, Souter, C. Ellis, Gold, Stanton, Gottlieb (sub: Stanley), Stock, Keterman (sub: B. Ellis)

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Peer crashes out in round three

By Danny Caro, January 24, 2011

Shahar Peer tumbled out of the Australian Open at the third round stage, going down in three sets against 22nd seed Flavia Pennetta of Italy.

Seeded 10, Peer won the first set 6-3, but she failed to capitalise on a set-point in the second, eventually losing 6-7 (3-7), 4-6 in Melbourne.

Israeli participation at the event came to an early close after Andy Ram and Yoni Erlich, who won doubles title here in 2008, were knocked out in the second round.

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JC Cyril Anekstein Cup Quarter-Final Draw

By Danny Caro, January 24, 2011

JC CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP QUARTER-FINAL DRAW

North West Neasden B vs Holy Mount Zion

Faithfold A vs Hendon United Sports Club A

London Maccabi Lions A vs North West Neasden A

Redbridge Jewish Care A vs Brady Maccabi

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JC MSFL Matchday 19 review

By Danny Caro, January 23, 2011

Neasden A were given a scare in the cup against Redbridge C while Faithfold A and Redbridge A claimed impressive wins in the JC MSFL Premier Division.

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16 DRAW

JC CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP QUARTER-FINAL DRAW

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The JC MSFL Rumour Mill

By Danny Caro, January 21, 2011

The JC MSFL Rumour Mill is back. Find out which footballers from the community are in demand.

Send your club gossip and transfer news to dcaro@thejc.com.

Faithfold are on red alert after Josh Rosenfeld, the Brady Maccabi manager, expressed his admiration of former player Josh Gordon. Rosenfeld said: “Having played with Josh for years growing up, I know the quality he has as a player and person would only benefit any side. I only have full admiration for Josh. Maybe if he came knocking on my door it would be something definitely worth considering.”

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JC MSFL rumour mill

By Danny Caro, January 21, 2011

Due to popular demand, the JC MSFL rumour mill is back.

North West Neasden are set to step up their interest in Faithfold midfielder Alex Levack.

Faithfold are on red alert after Josh Rosenfeld, the Brady Maccabi manager, expressed his admiration of former player Josh Gordon.

Brady keeper Oli Colmans is threatening to walk away from the club if he is not given a goal bonus after his 100-yard strike against Montana.

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The JC MSFL week that was

By Danny Caro, January 21, 2011

The were some stand-out performances on Matchday 18 of the JC MSFL season. Here are some of the headline- grabbers.

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Match abandoned because the pitch was never playable

By Danny Caro, January 20, 2011

What's the most bizarre reason you've heard for a football match being abandoned? Rain, a thunderstorm, fighting. Not this time. Just when I thought that I'd heard it all, along comes another, an absolute classic.

The players from Pinner JFC and Los Blancos were tucking into their half-time oranges at the JC MSFL Division Four contest when Les Conway, the Pinner chairman, informed both teams and the referee that the match could not continue. Why, I hear you ask? Because the pitch was unplayable, apparently.

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Shahar Peer marches into round three in Melbourne

By Danny Caro, January 20, 2011

Shahar Peer, the 10th seed, stormed into the third round of the ladies singles at the Australian Open with another straight sets victory in Melbourne.

Ranked 12 in the world, Peer followed up her win over Mathilde Johansson with a 6-3, 6-2 success over Sorana Cirstea of Romania.

The Israeli believes that 2011 will be a big year. The 23-year-old has already reached two Grand Slam quarter-finals and is quickly becoming one of the most exciting players on the women's circuit.

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Peter Morrison Trophy last 16 draw

By Danny Caro, January 20, 2011

PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16 DRAW

North London Raiders A vs Maccabi Masters

North London Raiders B vs Oakwood

Southgate Harmen A vs Montana Boca A

Oakhill Lions vs Redbridge A

London Maccabi Lions A vs Manchester Maccabi 1st

Faithfold vs North West Neasden B

Woodford Wanderers vs North West Neasden A

Haroldeans or Leeds Maccabi 1st vs Sporting JLGB

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JC MSFL Matchday 19 preview

By Danny Caro, January 19, 2011

Having smashed 12 in the Peter Morrison Trophy last Sunday, North West Neasden A will be on the goal trail again, this time in the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action.

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16 DRAW

North London Raiders A vs Maccabi Masters
North London Raiders B vs Oakwood
FC Team B or Southgate Harmen A vs Montana Boca A
Oakhill Lions vs Redbridge A
London Maccabi Lions A vs Manchester Maccabi 1st
Faithfold vs North West Neasden B
Woodford Wanderers vs North West Neasden A

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JC Olim League Week 12 review

By Danny Caro, January 19, 2011

Jaffa recorded an emphatic 6-0 victory over Modiin in the JC Olim League.

A booking error at the Modiin home pitch meant that this game was played at a neutral venue in south Tel Aviv.

It was not long until the team from down the road in Jaffa took an early lead. Playing up front in place of his suspended brother, Daniel Berkeley tucked away his first of the night to put Jaffa ahead.

The following 20 minutes saw Modiin come back into the game and dominate possession without creating too many shooting opportunities.

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Manchester Maccabi 3rds make it 10 out of 10

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2011

Daniel Rubenstein (2), Harry Myers, Max Rose, Adam Stevens and an own goal helped Manchester Maccabi 3rds maintain their six-point advantage over the chasing pack as they thumped Westdene 2nd 6-2 in the MJSL.

Maccabi controlled proceedings throughout, but Westdene set themselves up defensively in the first half and were able to keep Maccabi largely at bay as a result.

The visitors were playing their first league game for over a month, and it showed as they displayed signs of rustiness in the final third.

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Bet Shemesh lights up Israel night league

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2011

Night Cricket resumed in Israel last week after a mid-season break. All the teams in the second division are chasing League leaders Pearl Wanderers Cricket Club, with the Gold Insurance Bet Shemesh Lightning team producing an excellent performance by beating Modi'in EasyIsrael by 8 runs.

The GIBSL team batted first and scored 114 runs and then reduced the MEI team to 106 in a match that went down to the last over.

Pommeranz Juice Good Old Boys cemented their second place position with a 10-run win over a much improved KAT ISRAEMPLOY Tigers team. PJGOB scored 76 with KIT scoring 66.

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Republic of Mancunia vs Oakhill Lions

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2011

Republic of Mancunia put on an outstanding display to come from 2-0 down against MJSL strugglers Oakhill. Here are some of the key moments. Photos: Brian Howley

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Peer heads to second round of Australian Open

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2011

Tenth seed Shahar Peer cruised into the second round of the Australian Open with a 6-1, 6-1 victory over Mathilde Johansson (103) of France.

After losing the first game and nearly losing her serve in the second game, Peer dominated to win six straight games and take the first set in 34 minutes.

It took another 28 minutes to win the second set by the same margin.

Dudi Sela (92) lost in straight sets 6-7, 4-6, 4-6 in the first round against Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro.

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Magic Morris inspires FC Team

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2011

High-flying FC Team came from 3-1 down to win a seven-goal thriller against Greens United in the Middlesex County League Division One.

Playing their first match for six weeks, FC Team looked rusty early on and they found themselves with an uphill task after 45 minutes.

Mitch Young’s men showed great character with debutant James Brookner playing a key role.

Richard Salmon and Josh Morris among the scorers as they moved to within three points of top spot with three games in hand.

Young said: “We showed great spirit and belief to come back and win the game.

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Danny Caro's Team of the Week - Week 18

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2011

No less than 40 players were nominated for my Team of the Week. But when push came to shove, these lucky 11 just could not be ignored. Read on to find out why ...

Danny Berliner (NL Raiders A) – The Raiders No. 1 reminded everyone in Jewish football just why he’s one of the best. He produced a string of top-class saves to keep L’Orange in the game against their bogey team, Neasden B, and gave them a platform to nick a late victory.

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