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North West Neasden secured a precious point against last season's champions Hendon to leave themselves needing just a point to retain top-flight status.

MATCHDAY 35 HEADLINES
Prem Div - Fehler helps Hendon make their point
Div 2 - Oaks show Mill Hill what four
Div 3 - Rovers register 17th win

JC HAT-TRICK HERO
Prem Div - Shim Bensoor (FC Team A), Daniel Green (Harmen)

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DANNY CARO'S TEAM OF THE WEEK

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JC TEAM OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

GK - Steve Murad (NW Neasden)

DEFENDERS Yisroel Lewis (London Rovers), Ryan Fox (SPEC FC)

MIDFIELDERS - Rocky Spitzer, Jon Weisz, Adam Aminof (all FC Team A), Craig Cole, Scott Kay, Zack McLeod (both NW Neasden), Mark Hecht (SPEC FC), Dan Ash (Oakwood B)

STRIKERS Dovi Fehler (Hendon A), Dan Orgel (NW Neasden), Daniel Green (Harmen), Shim Bensoor (FC Team A)

MANAGER Jason Stein (Oakwood B), Stirling Kay (NW Neasden), Ben Gilbey (FC Team A)

REFEREE

MEET THE CONTENDERS

Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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DANNY CARO'S QUOTE OF THE WEEK
DAN BERESFORD (AC Mill Hill) - "I just wonder why in Division Two, not for the first time this season, we have played against a Premier side, as FC Team dropped into Division Two from the Premier this season, so I'm thinking about the option of signing Joe Jacobson, Eyal Berkovic and Ronnie Rosenthal for next season, and maybe Dean Furman"

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MGBSFL ROLL OF HONOUR
Cyril Anekstein Cup: Winners - Norstar London Raiders A, Runners-up: Hendon A
Barry Goldstein Trophy: Winners – FC Team B, Runners-up: Los Blancos
Premier Division: Norstar London Raiders A, Runners-up: Hendon A
Division One: Champions - Redbridge JC B, Promoted: NL Raiders B
Division Two: Champions - FC Team B, Promoted: AC Mill Hill
Division Three: Champions - London Rovers, Runners-up: Real Sosobad

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY FINAL
Hendon Utd SC A vs AFC Flixton - Oldham Athletic FC, May 17

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PHOTOGALLERIES FROM THE SEASON

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SEASON

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MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

LEAGUE TABLE

RESULTS & FIXTURES

TEAM EDGE 11-GOAL THRILLER
FC TEAM A 6 HARMEN 5
SHIM BENSOOR was the hat-trick hero as FC Team A secured fifth place in the Premier Division following victory in an 11-goal thriller against fourth-placed Harmen.

Further strikes from David James Cohen, Jon Weisz and Jamie Cooper added the gloss for Ben Gilbey's boys.

Inspired by a treble from DANIEL GREEN, Harmen led 4-3 at half-time, with Ben Weinberg also on target, while Harry Fine registered his first-ever goal for the club.

Team head coach Ben Gilbey told JC Sport: "I am very happy with the win which cements our position in fifth, which is a really good achievement for FC Team."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Team 2 Harmen 1

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FEHLER HELPS HENDON MAKE THEIR POINT
NORTH WEST NEASDEN 2 HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A 2
Strikes from Dan Orgel and Adam Arnold earned Neasden another precious point in their battle to avoid the drop against Hendon.

Two goals from Dovi Fehler ensured a point for Hendon as they warmed up for next week's Peter Morrison Trophy final with a draw against Neasden who require a point in their final game against FC Team to stay up.

NWN manager Stirling Kay told JC Sport: "We played very well over all, but lacked that finishing touch, so we go into next week against FC Team knowing it's in our own hands."

Hendon boss David Garbacz told JC Sport: "We wish Neasden well in their final game next week - they deserve to stay up."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Neasden 2 Hendon 1

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LEAGUE TABLE

RESULTS & FIXTURES

TOP-SCORERS
32 - Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge JC B – including 8 for RJC A)
28 - Simon Moses (Blancos – includes two for Brady)

Matches completed

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DIVISION TWO

LEAGUE TABLE

RESULTS & FIXTURES

OAKS SHOW HILL WHAT FOUR
AC MILL HILL 1 OAKWOOD B 4
Oakwood B turned on the style as they handed promoted AC Mill Hill a 4-1 thrashing in their final game, with Bradley Wine (2), Dan Ash and Guy Helman all registering.

Ben Zloof put Mill Hill ahead before Oakwood stepped up a gear, much to the frustration of the Mill Hill management.

Oaks manager Jason Stein told JC Sport: "Fifth spot is about par for us this season and we want to do better next year. "

Mill Hill boss Dan Beresford told JC Sport: "I thought we gave as good as we could against an Oakwood side with several first team players from the Premier Division.

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: Mill Hill 2 Oakwood 2

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DIVISION THREE

LEAGUE TABLE

RESULTS & FIXTURES

ROVERS REGISTER 17TH WIN
KS REUNITED LONDON ROVERS 2
Champions London Rovers ended a memorable season in style thanks to goals from Nigel Someck and Dovi Vogel in a 2-1 win over KS.

Rovers boss Jeremy Brown told JC Sport "It's been an incredible season and we now look forward to a well deserved rest and then start working on trying to win Division Two."

SEE MATCH REPORT

DC Prediction: KS 1 Rovers 4

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MASTERS/MGBSFL INVITATIONAL CUP QUARTER-FINALS

BRADY MASTERS 0 SPEC FC 4
SPEC FC moved into the last four as a double from Marc Hecht Plus one apiece from Dan Pike and Dan Cohen helped them cruise past Brady Maccabi Masters.

SPEC FC player-manager Ricky Lawrence told JC Sport: "We were a bit slow starting and Brady were the better team in the first 30 minutes, but we got going eventually and are very pleased to advance to the semi final."

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CHIGWELL ATHLETIC 4 L’EQUIPE 2
Paul Lenchner fired a double as Chigwell Athletic produced a strong showing against L'Equipe, with Paul Gold and Hadley Silver adding the gloss.

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