Pasha: 'We only have ourselves to blame'


Athletic Bilbaum remain two points clear at the top of Division Four following a 1-1 draw against Temple Fortune B.

Dean Ingram put Fortune ahead with Benjy Aarons-Richardson earning Bilbaum a point.

Bilbaum joint-player-manager Mark Pasha said: "It was a rusty display from the Baums after a long winter break but after missing two penalties we only have ourselves to blame for not taking three points."

Fortune assistant-manager Adam Glekin said: "Bilbaum are certainly one of the best teams in the division."

Reiss Mogilner (2) and captain James Joseph kept Brady B on track for the title following a 3-1 win over in-form Athletico Finchley. Sam Marchant pulled one back.

North London Raiders C returned to winning ways with top-scorer Ben Hart firing a hat-trick in the 7-1 victory over Boca Jewniors. Jonny Sandrove (2), Rob Samuelson and Joe Newton finished the job.

An injury-time strike from Oli Craig kept London Maccabi Lions a point ahead of Faithfold A in the Premier Division. Mike Pearson struck his 12th league goal of the season for Faithfold.

Division One table-toppers Redbridge B suffered a third straight defeat, going down 2-0 against title rivals Oakwood. Strikes from Josh Rose and Jason Lindsay helped the Oaks register a fifth consecutive victory and move into a three-way lead at the top.

Chigwell Athletic are also locked on 25 points following a 5-1 drubbing of Southgate Harmen B. Dan Castle (2), Russell Yershon (2) and an own goal eased Richard Slater's men home.

Temple Fortune A completed back-to-back league wins for the first time this season with Paul Walker, Jason Miller, Brett Stead and Kane Gilbery registering in the 4-2 success at Montana Boca United. Gary Cohen (2) replied.

A second consecutive hat-trick from Josh Green boosted Norstar A's title hopes as they beat Neasden B 4-3. Adam Jason was also on target. Neasden's goals came through Jonny Blain, Nick Kenton and Ricky Engleman.

Camden Park's Nick Kagan said the team's "pace and skill was too much" for L'Equipe as the Division Two leaders moved four points clear at the top with a 4-1 win. Leo Feldman, Mike Khalastchi, Dan Baneth and an own goal eased them home.

Adam Grossman earned Faithfold B maximum points against Glenthorne A, while new signing Adam Goldman fired a double as promotion-chasing Redbridge C edged out Lions B 2-1.

Hat-tricks from Fabio Revieccio and Craig Sandford helped Division Three leaders Glenthorne B make it 12 out of 12 with an 8-0 demolition of Team JLGB.

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