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Super Soccer Sunday week 30 review

Hendon United sealed the MGBSFL title after beating last season's champions Oakwood, while Haroldeans beat Maccabi Manchester 2nd to reach the final of the Peter Morrison Trophy for the first time.

    Second-half strikes from Zac Lewis and super-sub Dovi Fehler, added to Mordy Weiler's first-half equaliser, as Hendon United secured the title with a 3-1 win over defending champions Oakwood. (Photo: Marc Morris)
    Second-half strikes from Zac Lewis and super-sub Dovi Fehler, added to Mordy Weiler's first-half equaliser, as Hendon United secured the title with a 3-1 win over defending champions Oakwood. (Photo: Marc Morris)

    DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 30 AWARDS

    TEAM OF THE WEEK

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Mordy Weiler (Hendon Utd)

    MANAGER OF THE WEEK: Greg Corin (Hendon Utd)

    GOAL OF THE WEEK: Max Kyte (ML Lions White)

    SAVE OF THE WEEK: Joel Carlowe (Temple Fortune)

    QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Greg Corin (Hendon Utd) - "The desire, commitment and effort of today’s performance epitomised our season. Relentless in trying to win game after game and it’s great for the team that we’ve managed to bring it all together"

    REFEREE OF THE WEEK: Mark Jacob (Temple Fortune A vs FC Team)

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    MATCHDAY 30 RESULTS

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY SEMI-FINALS

    Maccabi Manchester 2nd 0 Haroldeans 1 (SEE MATCH PHOTOS)

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINALS

    Maccabi Manchester 1st 0 Maccabi London Lions White 1 (SEE MATCH PHOTOS)

    BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY SEMI-FINALS

    Temple Fortune 0 FC Team 0 (Fortune won 3-0 on penalties)

    Faithfold B 4 North London Raiders C 3

    MGBSFL PREM DIV

    Hendon Utd 3 Oakwood A 1 (HENDON ARE CHAMPIONS)

    (MATCH HIGHLIGHTS) (SEE MATCH PHOTOS)

    DIV ONE

    Los Blancos 2 Redbridge JC B 2

    DIV TWO

    Bayern Mincha 0 Fairlop FC 3

    Catford & Bromley 2 Hertswood Vale 2

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    JC HAT-TRICK HEROES

    Yoss Brownson (Faithfold B)

    TOP-SCORERS

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    JC TEAM OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    GK - Joel Carlowe (Temple Fortune), Jared Clein (Haroldeans), Jake Sanders (Fairlop FC)

    DEFENDERS - Lee Hyams (Temple Fortune), Ben Lauffer, Mordy Weiler (both Hendon Utd), Joel Barnett, Alex Lewis (both Los Blancos), Will Beresford, Max Hassel, Alex Taylor, Richard Gold (all Lions White), Mordy Weiler, Ben Lauffer (both Hendon Utd), Sammy Leibert (Bayern Mincha), Daryl Rubin, Mitch Gold (both Fairlop FC)

    MIDFIELDERS Jacob Kalms , Declan Spiro (both Temple Fortune), Ari Last (Hendon Utd), Svi Freedman (Los Blancos), Adam Arnold (Lions White), Ari Last (Hendon Utd), Ben Chiltern (Hertswood Vale), Josh Martin (Faithfold B), Brad Gayer (Fairlop FC)

    STRIKERS Yoss Brownson (Faithfold B), Moses Seitler (Hendon Utd), Gav Krieger (Los Blancos), Moses Seitler (Hendon Utd)

    MANAGER - Greg Corin (Hendon Utd), Simon Linden (Temple Fortune A), David Garson (Faithfold B), Aaron Dias (Fairlop FC), Jake Doffman (Los Blancos), Ryan Springer, Will Beresford & Sam Argehbant (ML Lions White)

    REFEREE - Phil Peters (Los Blancos vs Redbridge B), Mark Jacob (Temple Fortune A vs FC Team)

    SEE NOMINATIONS

    Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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    JC GOAL OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - MORDY WEILER (Hendon Utd) - fabulous, free-flowing team passing move culminating in Yoav Kestenbaum playing in Weiler who fired first-time past Joe Botchin to level on the stroke of half-time

    - SVI FREEDMAN (Los Blancos) - clever link-up play between Lewis and Krieger found Freedman an extra yard of space outside the box who rifled home into the top corner from 25 yards

    - MAX KYTE (ML Lions White) - Eshed Rahav broke down the left and set the ball to Kyte, allowing him to run onto the ball and whip the ball with pace into the top left corner, leaving the keeper with no chance

    - YOSS BROWNSON (Faithfold B) - netted a stunning long-range volley in a hat-trick

    - BEN KAYE (NL Raiders C) - dipping shot from outside the box to get us to back to 4-3.

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    JC SAVE OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - JOE BOTCHIN (Oakwood A) - smart reflex block to deny Yoav Kestenbaum from close-range

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    JC QUOTE OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - GREG CORIN (Hendon Utd) - QUOTE 1 - "The desire, commitment and effort of today’s performance epitomised our season. Relentless in trying to win game after game and it’s great for the team that we’ve managed to bring it all together"

    - GREG CORIN (Hendon Utd) - QUOTE 2 - "We enjoy today and prepare ourselves for the Anekstein final in two weeks time where we know Oakwood will be as fired up as ever and they’ll want to ensure we don’t do the double this year. Hopefully we can put in one more big performance"

    - DAN KRISTALL (Oakwood A) - "I'd like to wish Hendon a big mazel tov on winning the title. They deserve it because they have been the most consistent side in the league this season so fair play to them. To win a title, as we saw last season, you have to win games regularly and for several reasons (mainly injuries), we just haven't quite been able to do that this season"

    JACOB EMANUEL (Hertswood Vale) - "In fairness to Catford, they played their long-ball tactics to a tee, and I imagine that Jeff “Tony Pulis” Gotch will be disappointed not to have won this one"

    - DAVID GARSON (Faithfold B) - "We are delighted to get to the final and with it also being my last Faithfold game before moving onto Masters we have sold out of our initial allocation already and had to request further tickets"

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    PETER MORRISON TROPHY SEMI-FINALS DRAW

    North London Raiders A vs Maccabi London Lions White

    Manchester Maccabi 2nd vs Haroldeans (Haroldeans won)

    Final - Sunday, May 6

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    CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP FINAL

    Oakwood A vs Hendon Utd - April 29 at Rowley Lane

    Officials: Match referee - Luke Steele, Assistant-referees - Phil Peters and Marc Rister. Fourth Official - Richard Jaye

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    BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY FINAL

    Faithfold B vs Temple Fortune
    Final - April 29 at Rowley Lane at 7.30pm

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    MGBSFL ROLL OF HONOUR

    PREMIER DIVISION:CHAMPIONS - Hendon Utd, Runners-up - Oakwood A

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

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

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    YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY SEMI-FINAL

    MACCABI MANCHESTER 2nd 0 HAROLDEANS 1

    A first-half header from Eden Harris saw Haroldeans book their place in the Jewish FA Cup final for the first time following a hard-fought win over Maccabi 2nd at Brooklands.

    Harris found the net two minutes before half-time for the MJSL table-toppers.

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    Haroldeans boss Mike Bloomberg told JC Sport: “I wasn’t too confident before the game, with key men Paul Harris and Maxim Green missing. But the players stepped up and the performance was outstanding. Our back five, including 17-year-old keeper Jared Clein were superb.

    "That was our third clean sheet in a week - and that’s good going at any level. This group of players are on the verge of achieving something special if they maintain this attitude and effort.“

    DC Prediction: Maccabi 2 Haroldeans 1

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    PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL

    MACCABI MANCHESTER 1st 0 MACCABI LONDON LIONS WHITE 1

    A second-half strike from Max Kyte saw Lions White keep alive their hopes of silverware with a gutsy 1-0 win over highly-fancied Maccabi 1st at Brooklands.

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    The decisive came on 60 minutes when Eshed Rahav down the left who turned and set the ball to Kyte, allowing him to run onto the ball and whip the ball with pace into the top left corner, leaving the keeper with no chance.

    MLL's Will Beresford told JC Sport: "It was a great battle today from the first minute to the 93rd. We came prepared for a battle and put aside our usual expressive fluid football to get a win.

    "The whole back four of Max Hassel, Alex Taylor, James Gold and myself won every header and tackle and let the Mancs know that this wasn’t going to be an easy game. Their solid performance allowed the midfield to drive forward and press the Maccabi ball players and nullify their attacking threat.

    Adam Arnold gave a captain's performance and was buzzing around the “hole” both on the attack and also nipping at the heels of their No. 4. We battled for the final 30 and put in a great team performance to hold out the win."

    DC Prediction: Manchester 2 Lions 1

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    BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY SEMI-FINALS

    TEMPLE FORTUNE 0 FC TEAM 0 (Fortune won 3-0 on penalties)

    Joel Carlowe was the hero of the hour as Temple Fortune set up a final showdown against Faithfold B after holding their nerve to beat FC Team on penalties.

    After a goalless 90 minutes, Carlowe saved three spot-kicks to seal Fortune's passage into the final on April 29 at Rowley Lane.

    Jubilant Fortune boss Simon Linden told JC Sport: "The 90 minutes were tough: FC Team probably edged it but we wanted it more as a group, from 1 to 16 of those involved, they all didn’t let the club down. It’s a proud day for this legendary football club as we go into our 50th year next season."

    FC Team player-manager Mitch Young remarked: “This is the first time all season we have failed to score and if you don’t score, you cant win a game of football."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Fortune 1 FC Team 1 (Team to win on penalties)

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    FAITHFOLD B 4 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 3

    YOSS BROWNSON was the hat-trick hero as Faithfold B booked their place in the final following a seven-goal thriller against Raiders C at Rowley Lane. Josh Martin scored the other on a memorable morning for the Superhoops.

    NLR's goals came via Liam Stein and Ben Kaye (2), which included a stunning JC Goal of the Week contender from outside of the penalty area.

    Jubilant Faithfold player-manager David Garson told JC Sport: "I thought we controlled the game well today and Yoss’s first two goals would deserve to win any match. Unfortunately, despite being 4-1 up we managed to make it an exciting last few minutes and conceded two. 

    "We are delighted to get to the final and with it also being my last Faithfold game before moving onto Masters we have sold out of our initial allocation already and had to request further tickets."

    Raiders boss Sam Rose told JC Sport: "Obviously, we are disappointed to lose the game and not make the final this year, but I felt it was a game decided by fine margins and individual decision-making.

    "I actually think overall we played a very good game, started well, kept to our tactics, but it was those key decisions that cost us in the end. I was extremely proud of our comeback in the second half, which ultimately came up short, and we’ll look to give our all in our final game against Fairlop and play a part in the title race.”

    DC Prediction: Faithfold 1 Raiders 3

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    MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

    LEAGUE TABLE

    TOP 2

    1. Hendon Utd Pl. 14, W. 12, Pts. 37 (CHAMPIONS)

    2. Oakwood A Pl. 13, W. 8, Pts. 26

    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

    TOP-SCORERS

    19 – Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi), 15 - Zac Lewis (Hendon Utd SC), 12 - Kiki Levin (ML Lions White)

    HENDON UNITED SPORTS 3 OAKWOOD A 1

    Hendon United secured the title at the first time of asking after staging a brilliant comeback to end the reign of last season's champions Oakwood.

    MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    Oakwood forged ahead early on via Leor Sidle, but a brilliant team move saw Mordi Weiler equalise on the stroke of half-time. Hendon maintained their momentum to score two more goals in the second half via top-scorer Zac Lewis and Dovi Fehler and win the title for the first time since season 2013/14.

    Delighted Hendon player-manager Greg Corin told JC Sport: "I’m immensely proud of winning the league title today against a competitive and hardworking Oakwood team. For me the score was deserved and I believe we showed today we are the best team in this league by some way."

    "We can take lots of positives from the performance today against a full-strength Hendon side and we have been generally able to use the game as preparation for the final and an opportunity to give players minutes," he remarked. "We will hope to welcome back a few key players for the final in a few weeks."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Hendon 2 Oakwood 1

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    BRADY MACCABI P CAMDEN PARK P

    Match postponed - Brady forfeited

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    DIVISION ONE

    LEAGUE TABLE

    TOP 2

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

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

    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

    TOP-SCORERS

    14 - Jake Gilbert (NL Raiders B), 11 - Dan Gordon (Redbridge B), 10 - David Dinkin (NL Raiders B - including 2 for A team)

    LOS BLANCOS 2 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 2

    A stoppage-time screamer from Svi Freedman guided Los Blancos to an entertaining draw against Redbridge. Tim Heynes instigated tehe comeback after RJC had started the brighter.

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Blancos 2 RJC 1

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    DIVISION TWO

    TOP 4

    1. Bayern Mincha Pl. 20, W. 15, Pts. 47

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

    3. Fairlop FC Pl. 15, W. 12, Pts. 37

    4. FC Team Pl. 18, W. 11, Pts. 35

    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

    TOP-SCORERS

    28 - Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha), 27 - Mitch Young (FC Team), 25 - Zach Cohen (Mill Hill Dons)

    BAYERN MINCHA 0 FAIRLOP FC 3

    Fairlop FC moved into pole position to win the title after beating fellow new boys Bayern Mincha, courtesy of strikes from Daryl Rubin, Bradley Gayer and Max Freedman.

    Proud Fairlop boss Aaron Dias told JC Sport: "It was a big step towards the title, but we know there is still a lot of work left, with us need to get 10 points from our last five games."

    Vale joint-manager Jacob Emanuel told JC Sport: "It was a shame to end the season like that, however we were far from our best today and Fairlop capitalised on that."

    DC Prediction: Bayern 2 Fairlop 2

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    CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 2 HERTSWOOD VALE 2

    Vale came from 2-1 down to earn a point in a thriller against the Cats. Josh Gorb put Vale ahead in the 28th minute but Catford grabbed two goals just before half time. Vale nicked a point in the 92nd minute; Josh Cohen tricked his way into the box, with Jack Shulman’s pressure on a Catford defender forcing him to put the ball through his own net. 

    Vale joint-manager Jacob Emanuel told JC Sport: "In fairness to Catford, they played their long-ball tactics to a tee, and I imagine that Jeff “Tony Pulis” Gotch will be disappointed not to have won this one. We didn’t turn up at all but we’ll absolutely take a point in our quest to finish fifth."

    DC Prediction: Catford 1 Vale 3

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