Real Salt Beef edge closer to Division One title with Temple Fortune win

Temple Fortune on receiving end as Sam Morgan hits a brace for Maccabi GB Southern Football League Division One title chasers


Real Salt Beef continued their pursuit of the Maccabi GB Southern Football League Division One title as they thrashed bottom side Temple Fortune 7-0.

Sam Morgan helped himself to a brace, Ethan Kessel chipped in with a goal and assist, while Jayden Tomlinson, Joel Walters and a 30-yard free-kick from Aron Romano completed the emphatic win.

The victory was their fifth win from six league games, while the defeat for Fortune ensured they’re still in search of their first point of the season.

Mill Hill Dons continue to breathe down the neck of the leaders, though the three points they picked up at the weekend weren’t as comfortably won.

Elliot Freer’s brace, plus strikes from Jonny May and Richard Reback, seeing them to a thrilling 4-3 win over Redbridge Jewish Care Purple.

There are new leaders in the Premier Division as Geez Park Rangers went three points clear at the top thanks to a 3-1 win over North London Raiders.

Ethan Mooney scored twice, with Joshua Shack netting their other, they have though played three games more than second placed, defending champions Oakwood.

Saul Fierstone netted the Raiders’ consolation. Stoke Salmon lifted themselves off the bottom of the table as they claimed their first points of the season with a surprising 2-0 win at title-chasing HMH A.

Hampstead Ducks’ Division Two promotion push continued in earnest as Zack Collins’ hat-trick inspired them to a 4-1 win at Millbrook Park Calcio.

Player-manager Jacob Summerfield netted the other, with the latter saying: “We came from behind in a very fiery game with lots of incidents.

Our promotion push continues!” Tom Lipton had fired Calcio into the lead.
HMH B were, in the words of manager Nick Berger ‘firing on all cylinders’, as Zak Samuels scored twice in their 5-1 win over Camden City. Zak Simon, Joshua Gavin and Rocco Lewis also all found the back of the net.

Redbridge Jewish Care White maintained their 100 per cent winning start to the season as they came away from 40 Year Wanderers with a 3-0 win.

In the one cup tie played, Oakwood A safely secured their passage into the third round of the Cyril Anekstein Cup with a 5-0 win over Club De Chigwell. Joshua Cuby, Charlie Kasler, Aaron Searle, Bradley Wine and Ben Kohler all on target.

Chigwell manager Joshua Dobias said: “It was a very tough game for the team, but I was proud of them. We were in the game but unfortunately ran out of energy towards the end against a very well drilled side who showed their Premier Division class.”

There was just the one game played in the Maccabi Masters Football League and it saw Temple Fortune move up to third spot in the table, thanks to a 2-0 win over Hendon Harriers.

A closely fought first half saw a stunning save from Harriers’ goalkeeper Adam Brand keep out a Simon Black volley, but Ben Shooter eventually broke the deadlock with a mazy run and fine angled shot.

Black sealed the points in the final period of the game with a well-taken free-kick to secure Fortune’s third league win of the season.

The latest game in the Maccabi GB Walking Football League saw Inter Red Wine make it two wins from two as they beat Blue Movers 7-5.

Steve Bogen helped himself to a hat-trick, Paul Berman scored twice, with Derek Simons and Barry Lustigman completing the scoring for the victors.

Barry Abraham and Ashley Perez scored twice for Movers, with Steve Eades netting their fifth. The next fixture in the League, between Blue Movers and Green Machine, takes place on 10 December.

London Lions’ First XI moved into the top half of the Spartans South Midlands Football League Premier Division table thanks to a hard-fought 3-2 home win over Sawbridgeworth Town.

Max Kyte and Daniel Creese fired them into an early 2-0 lead, though Jayden Charles pulled one back for the visitors before the break.

Lions were then reduced to ten men when Alex Lee saw red, though Kyte restored their two-goal lead with his second of the afternoon.

Billy Wise pulled another goal back for Town in stoppage time, but Lions held on to claim their fifth league win of the season.

London Lions’ Development team fell to a slender 1-0 loss at Buntingford Town First, the defeat seeing them slip down to eighth place in the Herts Senior County League Premier Division.

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