Keterman leads the way as NW Neasden go top


North West Neasden A are three points clear at the top of the JC MSFL Premier Division following a 4-1 victory over Glenthorne United A.

TJ Keterman (2), Jake Gottlieb and Scott Shindler eased them home in a top against bottom clash.

Louis Basger, Jacob Lew, Mike Pearson, Lee Bibring, Josh Morris and Joel Ross eased London Maccabi Lions A into second after thumping Bafana Bafana 6-0. Tali Nevies and Josh Lipman helped Hendon United A overcome South Manx A 2-0. Ben Kon (2) and Amit Dinowitz were among the scorers as Hendon United B edged past London Maccabi Lions B 4-3. Hadley Silver, Jon Green, Adam Savitz replied.

Alex Bourne’s 10th of the season earned Division One leaders Southgate Harmen A a point against Red Sea. Stefan Benfredj replied.

North West Neasden B joined Harmen on 11 points after a 3-3 draw against Oakwood. Daniel Hodes, Rob Bloch and Bradley Sharp were the marksmen for Neasden. Dan Geey, Matt Geey and Antony Kintish replied.

A goal from Richard Kanolik lifted Redbridge Jewish Care B into third as they accounted for North London Raiders A.

Trevor Henen and Mitch Green were on target as Montana Boca United A overcame Camden Park.

Andrew Shuster (2), Rob Lerner, Joel Lassman, Josh Gordon, Yoni Sidi and Richard Winton earned Brady Maccabi a 7-1 victory of Brixton Old Boys.

Paul Stein (2), Ben Rosenblatt, Tony Gold and Greg Levy helped London Maccabi Lions C remain top on goal difference in Division Two after beating Holy Mount Zion 5-1.

Steve Bloom (3), Daniel Hildebrand (2), Nicky Woolf and Jonny Silver eased North London Raiders B to a 7-0 victory over Faithfold B. Late strikes from James Lesner and Ashley Burns steered Southgate Harmen B to a 2-1 success over Rapid Banta. Stefan Simons had put Banta ahead.

A Rob Benson double plus one from Philip Braham saw Temple Fortune go third after a 3-2 win over FC Team B.

UJS Norstar A achieved one of the results of the day, thumping Division Three leaders Montana Boca United B 5-0, courtesy of strikes from Daniel Gilbert, Eli Houri, Jeremy Elster, Nick Hudson and an own goal.

Josh Lewis, Matt Gilbert, Mark Singer and an own goal saw L’Equipe account for Catford & Bromley Maccabi 4-1.

Jerome Marks (3), Adam Poole (2) and Mitch Hahn were among the scorers as Woodford Wanderers hammered FC Heath 7-2.

Neil Marcus, Byron Watkins and Jonny Bluestone steered Zig Zag to a 3-2 win over AC Cricklewood.

A Gil Jennings double saw Division Four leaders UJIA beat high-flying Real Life 2-1. Benny Goldberg (2), Moshe Noe (2) and Chaim Gothold were in the goals as Hendon United D thumped HMH 8-0.

A virtuoso performance from new signing Nicholas Ingram helped Jewventus register their first point in Maccabi League football. He joined Gabriel John and Gabriel Saul on the scoresheet in the 3-3 draw against UJS Norstar B. Larry Martin, Maurice Franks and Adam Seres netted for Norstar. Jewventus finished with 10 men after keeper Reuben John was sent off.

David Blackman and Jamie Weinrich earned Glenthorne United B a 2-0 win over Pinner JFC.

Craig Sandford (2), Jake Sanders, David Castle, Dean Lewisman and Dean Silver set up Redbridge Jewish Care C’s 6-3 win over Blizzard Storm.

Team JLGB put in a five-star display to beat Athletic Bilbaum with goals from Neil Lux (2), Joe Callum, Justin Freedman and Paul Black.

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