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FC Team B will be looking to secure the runners-up spot in MGBSFL Division One, but they may not have things all their own way against Invitational Trophy finalists Redbridge Jewish Care B in the final round of matches of the season.

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LATEST NEWS:

SHAFRON TO TAKE CHARGE AT NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A

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TOP-SCORERS

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SEASON 2015/16 ROLL OF HONOUR
Peter Morrison Trophy: Winners – Hendon Utd, Runners-up – NL Raiders A
Cyril Anekstein Cup: Winners – NL Raiders A, Runners-up – Oakwood A
MGBSFL Premier Division – Champions – NL Raiders A, Runners-up – TBC
Division 1 – Champions – Woodford Wanderers, Runners-up – FC Team B
Division 2 – Champions – Scrabble FC, Runners-up – ML Lions B

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YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

LEAGUE TABLES

LEAGUE FIXTURES

TOP-SCORERS
25 - Dovi Fehler (Hendon A)
24 - Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge JC A – including 3 for RJC B)

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DIVISION ONE

LEAGUE TABLES

LEAGUE FIXTURES

TOP-SCORERS
29 - Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi)
19 - Richard Salmon (FC Team B including one for A team)

FC TEAM B vs REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B
Sam Rank has lit the touch-paper ahead of what he describes as a potentially explosive affair against FC Team B - a match the visitors must win to secure the runners-up spot.

Having seen their title hopes quashed by champions Woodford Wanderers, Mitch Young’s men will go all out for maximum points as they look to avenge their Valentine’s Day massacre at Fairlop and pip SPEC FC to second place.

Carl Dobrin, Bradley Gayer and David Fialka were the goal men for RJC in February, with Adam Noble and Gayer the star performers. They have finished the season strongly and with a couple of additions, I expect them to be a force next season.

But rank told me the east Londoners have unfinished business. Ahead of kick-off, he told JC Sport: "Although this is a nothing league game for RJC B, after all the aggravation surrounding this game, defeat isn't an option. In fact we are putting out one of our strongest teams, including a few big boys from the A team - Daniel Garfinkle, Sam Sollosi, Ben Sollosi, Nathan Sollosi and, of course Bradley Grant.

"We are very fired to stop FC Team promotion party. In addition I have mentioned previously FC Team B need to try and win football games on the pitch and not in the classroom. We have already beaten FC Team B twice and I am certain we will beat them again. I think this game will be a little firecracker for the neutral.

"Lastly the RJC B boys will be wanting to push themselves for a starting place in the cup final the following week."

Young described the match as FC Team’s “worst performance” of the season. He hasn’t been overly impressed by the overall standard of the division, and I can see RJC making things difficult for Team on Sunday.

Venue - Ark Academy, Ref – Neal Cohen, KO - 10am

JC star man: Lorian Madanes (Team)

DC Prediction: FC Team 2 RJC 2

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DIVISION TWO

LEAGUE TABLES

LEAGUE FIXTURES

TOP-SCORERS
26 - Josh Bloom (ML Lions B)
25 - Zak McLeod (Scrabble FC)

CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI vs NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C
Raiders C will be looking to finish their season on a positive note following last week’s surprise defeat against Hendon B.

Zack Gothelf’s men have won 11 league matches this season, as well as reaching the semi-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy. It has definitely been another season of progression.

Goals-wise they have fallen short of the standards set by Scrabble FC and Lions B and messus Gothelf and Domb will be disappointed with seven defeats.

NLR’s David Domb told JC Sport: “The last two games have been something of a disappointment. We've just not been anywhere near our maximum and there's been a real end of season feeling in our group.

"That said, the loss from last weekend was certainly unwelcome and the group are determined to finish the season with a victory."

The Cats have been seemingly unable to live with the expectations of manager Jeff Gotch. He always sets the bar high and has been frustrated by inconsistent availability. But they have shown what they’re capable of time and again with some fantastic results.

A good open game is on the cards and I’m banking on a narrow away win.

JC team news: Forward pairing Nick Haringman and Alex Elf return to the NLR squad.

Venue – Harefield Academy, Ref – Laurence Thorne

JC star man: Tal Cohen (Catford)

DC Prediction: Catford 1 Raiders 2

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MATCH OFF
Div 2 – Temple Fortune vs Scrabble (Fortune unable to field a team)

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SEASON

HENDON WIN MORRISON TROPHY

RAIDERS WIN ANEKSTEIN CUP

RAIDERS RETAIN LEAGUE TITLE

WOODFORD CLINCH TOP-FLIGHT RETURN BY WINNING DIVISION ONE TITLE

SCRABBLE CROWNED DIVISION 2 CHAMPIONS

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