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A hat-trick from player-manager ADAM HERSH inspired promotion-chasing Blancos to an easy win over lowly Blizzard in west Hendon.
Blizzard had the better chances in the opening exchanges, and on another day could have been out of sight within the half hour. Poor finishing and an in-form Josh Cohen in the away goal kept LB in the game.
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It finished honours even at the Lane as Lions B and Chigwell claimed a win apiece in a double-header.
Chigwell hit back in part two, with penalties from Anthony Mendel and Brad Gayer plus another strike from Dean Ben Yosef helping them exact revenge.
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Relegation rivals Faithfold B and UJIA shared the points following a hard fought 1-1 draw.
UJIA top-scorer Assi Avital was on target for the visitors.
Update: Match awarded to Faithfold as UJIA played a player under an LFA suspension
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Camden Park boosted their promotion hopes by taking maximum points from a double-header against Hendon.
Left-back Greg Mellor fired the winner in match one.
Camden boss Josh Marks told JC Sport: "The whole defence looked solid and were happy to keep a clean sheet."
Oakwood joint-manager Ric Blank told me his team will mean business when they entertain Brixton on London Marathon day.
Beaten in a double-header by champions elect Faithfold last Sunday, the Oaks go in search of the win that will help them guarantee Premier Division football next season.
“This is without question the biggest game of our season - and we're ready,” Blank told JC Sport.
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Hendon B claimed one of the results of the week after putting a massive dent into Lions B's title hopes with a stunning performance.
A double from Alex Neiss plus one apiece from Gav Noe and RA Noe inspired the Hornets to their fifth win of the season, and first since October 21 in a game they were trailing.
“Dedication, commitment and hard work” were the qualities Norstar boss Phil Peters earmarked when his team beat Raiders in the first Orange derby of the season and they will need more of the same as they look to pull off what would be the mother of all escape acts.