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Super Soccer Sunday week 29 review

Haroldeans stormed into the semi-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy at the expense of Redbridge Jewish Care, while Hertswood Vale were celebrating a big win over promotion-chasing Mill Hill Dons.

    DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 29 AWARDS

    TEAM OF THE WEEK

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Ed Brafman (Maccabi London Lions Blue)

    MANAGER OF THE WEEK: Sam Marchant (Maccabi London Lions Blue)

    GOAL OF THE WEEK: Michael Kenley (Maccabi London Lions Blue)

    QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Jason Stein (Oakwood B)

    REFEREE OF THE WEEK: Marc Rister (Redbridge JC B vs Oakwood B)

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    MATCHDAY 29 RESULTS

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL

    Haroldeans 3 Redbridge Jewish Care A 0

    MGBSFL PREM DIV

    Hendon Utd 3 Camden Park 2

    Oakwood A 1 ML Lions Blue 3

    DIV ONE

    Redbridge JC B 2 Oakwood B 4

    DIV TWO

    Mill Hill Dons 2 Hertswood Vale 3

    Real Hendon 7 Faithfold B 2

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    JC HAT-TRICK HERO

    DIV 2 - Gav Noe (Real Hendon)

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    JC TEAM OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    GK

    DEFENDERS Ed Brafman (ML Lions Blue), James Neidle (Hertswood Vale), Mordy Weiler (Hendon Utd), Dani Dennsion, Max Clynes, Ben Loofe (all Oakwood B)

    MIDFIELDERS James Millet, Simon Englander (both Hertswood Vale), Chaim Korman (Hendon Utd), Benny Goldberg, Joe Metliss (both Real Hendon),Daniel Selwyn (Oakwood B)

    STRIKERS Gav Noe (Real Hendon)

    MANAGER Sam Marchant (ML Lions Blue), Jacob Emanuel & Danny Hirschberger (Hertswood Vale)

    REFEREE Paul Dobkin (Real Hendon vs Faithfold B), Marc Rister (Redbridge JC B vs Oakwood B)

    SEE NOMINATIONS

    Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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    JC GOAL OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - MICHAEL KENLEY (ML Lions Blue) - A quick free-kick from Ben Winters on the halfway line was played long to Jono Gaon who chested it down and passed it to Kenley who volleyed the ball from outside the box across the keeper into the corner

    - LIRON MANNIE (ML Lions Blue) - picked up the ball just past the half ay line, beat three men and coolly slotted past the keeper

    - JOSH BLOOM (ML Lions Blue) - a really neat interchange of passes around the edge of the box saw Bloom slotted in by Liron Mannie, with Bloom chipping the keeper

    - GAV NOE (Real Hendon) - produced a finishing masterclass with one particular cheeky lob from 15 yards out as part of his four-goal salvo

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    PETER MORRISON TROPHY SEMI-FINALS DRAW

    North London Raiders A vs Manchester Maccabi 1st or Maccabi London Lions White

    Manchester Maccabi 2nd vs Haroldeans

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    BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY DRAW

    Faithfold B vs NL Raiders C
    Temple Fortune vsFC Team
    - Semi-finals to be played April 15, Final - April 29 at Rowley Lane at 7.30pm

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    MGBSFL ROLL OF HONOUR

    PREMIER DIVISION: Champions - TBC, Runners-up - TBC

    DIVISION ONE: Champions - Faithfold A, Runners-up - North London Raiders B

    DIVISION TWO: Champions - TBC, Runners-up - TBC

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    CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP FINAL

    Oakwood A vs Hendon Utd - April 29 at Rowley Lane

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    YOUR WEEKEND PREVIEW STARTS HERE:

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL

    HAROLDEANS 3 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 0

    Haroldeans set up a semi-final showdown against Manchester Maccabi 2nd after blitzing Redbridge 3-0 in Liverpool. First-half strikes from Max Barnett. Zak Goldsmith and Adam Shiffman eased the Merseysiders to victory.

    Haroldeans boss Mike Bloomberg told JC Sport: “It was an excellent performance all round, especially as we played the second-half with 10 men after Maxim Green was sent off for retaliation. Our biggest game in living memory awaits us next week at Maccabi.”

    DC prediction: Haroldeans 1 RJC 2

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    MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

    TOP 2

    1. Hendon Utd Pl. 12, W. 10, Pts. 31

    2. Oakwood A Pl. 12, W. 8, Pts. 26

    HENDON UNITED SPORTS 3 CAMDEN PARK 2

    Strikes from Zac Lewis, Greg Corin and Mordy Weiler put Hendon United within touching distance of securing the title after winning a five-goal thriller against a plucky Camden Park at Hadley FC.

    Hendon player-manager Greg Corin told JC Sport: "It was another big test for the team today; missing key players and playing against a Camden side who made the game very difficult. It’s a shame to say but we were disappointed by a number of their over-aggressive challenges and the general attitude we received. However, we showed our quality focusing on the football and got the all important three points.” 

    MATCH REPORT

    DC prediction: Hendon 4 Camden 0

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    OAKWOOD A 1 MACCABI LONDON LIONS BLUE 3

    Oakwood's title hopes are hanging by a thread after they suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Lions Blue, courtesy of goals from Josh Bloom, Michael Kenley and Liron Mannie.

    Kyle Bentwood's 59th minute effort gave Oakwood hope but their destiny now lies out of their hands.

    Jubilant Lions boss Sam Marchant told JC Sport: "Heading into our last game of the season, we really wanted to finish on a high and thankfully did just that. All our three goals today were of real quality and we certainly deserved to get the three points. It feels great to finish the season in such a positive manner, and for our first season in this league, we feel we have done well, learnt a lot, and will be prepared better for next season."

    Oakwood joint-manager Dan Kristall gave an honest assessment and told JC Sport: "This was a hugely disappointing day for the club. To be clear, we deserved nothing from the game and were beaten by the better side on the day." 

    MATCH REPORT

    DC prediction: Oakwood 1 Lions 0

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    DIVISION ONE

    TOP 2

    1. Faithfold A (CHAMPIONS) Pl. 14, W. 10, Pts. 33

    2. NL Raiders B (Runners-up) Pl. 14, W. 9, Pts. 29

    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 2 OAKWOOD B 4

    Oakwood B consolidated third place after returning to winning ways thanks to doubles from Jacob Richler-Kleinman and Daniel Selwyn.

    Redbridge's goals came via Josh Wynne and Richie Caplin.

    Oakwood boss Jason Stein told JC Sport: "Before the game I explained to the boys how important it was for us to win the game. We’d never won in Essex before, and I wanted us to tick that mental barrier off. So I’m more than pleased that we did it."

    MATCH REPORT

    DC prediction: RJC 1 Oakwood 1

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    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C P LOS BLANCOS P

    Match postponed - RJC forfeited

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    DIVISION TWO

    TOP 4

    1. Bayern Mincha Pl. 19, W. 15, Pts. 47

    2. Mill Hill Dons Pl. 18, W. 13, Pts. 40

    3. FC Team Pl. 18, W. 11, Pts. 35

    4. Fairlop FC Pl. 14, W. 11, Pts. 34

    MILL HILL DONS 2 HERTSWOOD VALE 3

    A last-gasp winner from James Neidle as they ended Mill Hill's title hopes once and for all, and placed their dreams of a top two finish in jeopardy.

    Josh Cohen and James Millet also found the net for a red-hot Hertswood team who registered their eighth league victory.

    Zach Cohen and Josh Cinna the marksmen for the Dons.

    Delighted Jacob Emanuel told JC Sport: "A huge result for Vale which both myself and Danny are very proud of. Having thrown away a two- goal lead in the reverse fixture, the boys were up for the match and ultimately got their reward for clinical finishing and hard work."

    MATCH REPORT

    DC prediction: Dons 3 Hertswood 1

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    REAL HENDON 7 FAITHFOLD B 2

    GAV NOE was the four-goal hero as Real Hendon destroyed Faithfold B 7-2.

    There were also goals for Benny Goldberg, Doron Shooter and player-manager Martin Smulovitch as Real turned on the style to clinch their seventh victory.

    Faithfold's goals came via Gav Lewis and David Prager.

    Real player-manager Smulovitch told JC Sport; "We are looking forward to the final few games of the season and pressing for that Europa league position!”

    MATCH REPORT

    DC prediction: Real 4 Faithfold 1

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    FC TEAM P STRAW HAT PIRATES P

    Match postponed

    TEMPLE FORTUNE B P FAIRLOP FC P

    Match postponed - called off due to ref being taken ill. Both teams worked hard to find another league ref, to no avail.

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