Maccabi Masters review: November 22


Two goals from Louis Taylor ensured Faithfold produced the upset of the season so far, as the basement batters surprised title-chasing Chigwell Athletic 2-0.

It must be said that Faithfold goal led a charmed life at times, with Chigs top-scorer Adam Stolerman denied by the woodwork no less than four times.

The win was Faithfold’s first of the campaign, having previously suffered seven successive losses, and it was also a first defeat of the season for Chigwell, who surrendered the Division’s only unbeaten record.

Two penalties from James Temple and a goal from Elliott Toffel earned HMH a 3-3 draw against Scrabble.

Birthday boy Nigel Goldthorpe, Stefan Simons and debutant Jon Cohen replied.

St John’s Wood Tigers and Temple Fortune played out a 1-1 draw at the Hive, with Jonny Feinmesser and Robert Botkai netting respectively.

And a hat-trick from Greg Morris earned Glenthorne a 3-2 win over Hendon Harriers after Brian Deal and Simon Black had given Harriers a 2-0 lead.


HMH 3 Scrabble 3
Faithfold 2 Chigwell Athletic 0

Hendon Harriers 2 Glenthorne 3
St John’s Wood Tigers 1 Temple Fortune 1


1. North London Raiders Pl. 9, W. 6, Pts. 20
2. Chigwell Athletic Pl. 8, W. 6, Pts. 19
3. Brady Maccabi Pl. 8, W. 5, Pts. 16
4. HMH Pl. 9, W. 3, Pts. 10
5. Scrabble Pl. 8, W. 2, Pts. 8
6. Waldaf Town Pl. 6, W. 1, Pts. 4
7. Faithfold Pl. 8, W. 1, Pts. 3

1. Maccabi London Lions Pl. 8, W. 8, Pts. 24
2. EDRS Stonegrove Pl. 7, W. 5, Pts. 16
3. Marshside Pl. 7, W. 4, Pts. 12
4. St. John's Wood Tigers Pl. 8, W. 3, Pts. 11
5. Glenthorne Pl. 7, W. 3, Pts. 9
6. Brady Maccabi B Pl. 7, W. 2, Pts. 7
7. Hendon Harriers Pl. 9, W. 1, Pts. 4
8. Temple Fortune Pl. 7, W. 1, Pts. 4

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