Pinner’s new friends


Pinner JFC have joined  the Watford Friendly League.

Chairman Les Conway said: “This is the start of a new chapter in the history of Pinner. The coming season promises to be very challenging for the club with our youth section moving to the WFL, which we believe will be of immense benefit to development, sustainability and long term growth. And with our plan to make Pinner one of the most welcoming and progressive Jewish clubs in the North London area, we are looking forward to the challenge.”

The club held its annual awards at the University College London Sports Ground, the training base of Watford

Under 10 Panthers: Harry Frohlich (manager’s player), Jed Gaffin (Players’ player), Jacob Taylor (most improved player), Ilai Levy (clubman);  Under 10 Pumas: Jack Kahn (manager’s player), James Freedman (players’ player), Theo Reback  (most improved), Benjy Harta (clubman), Under 11s:  Joshua Burchardt (manager’s player), Adam Harris (players’ player), Max Butters (most improved player), Yoel Levy (clubman); Under 13: Alex Swead (manager’s player), Nicholas Phillips (players’ player), Scott Shaw (most improved), Leon Saragoussi (clubman); Under 14: Joe Benedyk (manager’s player), Joel Shaw (players’ player), Alex Wall (most improved), Josh Dubowitz (clubman); Under 16: Jonathan Goldston (manager’s player), Anthony Chern (players’ player), Daniel Harrison (most improved), Jacob Emanuel (clubman); MSFL: Josh Sasto (players’ player), Tom Ancuta (Judy Saragoussi memorial for outstanding achievement).

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