DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 9 AWARDS
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: James Millet (Hertswood Vale)
MANAGER OF THE WEEK: Ben Kfir (Faithfold Doc MM C)
GOAL OF THE WEEK: Chaim Korman (Hendon Utd)
SAVE OF THE WEEK: Matt Kemp (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Sam Rank (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
REFEREE OF THE WEEK: Phil Peters (Faithfold Doc MM A)
MATCHDAY 9 RESULTS
LONDON FA SUNDAY CHALLENGE CUP ROUND TWO
HMH 1 Tooting Celtic 0 (AET)
Hendon United Sports 1 Cray 1 (AET - Cray won on 3-0 penalties)
LONDON SUNDAY CHALLENGE CUP
FC Kocgiri 4 Oakwood A 1
Faithfold A 3 Lions 3
NL Galaxy 3 Bayern Mincha 1
Redbridge JC A 4 Jewdinese 2
Los Camden B P Oakwood B P
Faithfold C 2 Mill Hill Dons 1
FC Team 9 NL Raiders Masters 1
Scrabble FC B 3 Temple Fortune 1
SPEC FC 3 Hertswood Vale 5
Faithfold B 0 Redbridge JC B 3
JC HAT-TRICK HEROES
Prem Div - Reiss Mogilner (ML Lions)
Div 1 - Luke Lewis (North London Galaxy)
Div 2 - James Millet (Hertswood Vale), Richard Salmon (FC Team)
JC TEAM OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS
GK Oren Hury (Faithfold Doc MM C), Joe Botchin (Oakwood A), Russ Corin (Hendon Utd)
DEFENDERS Ashley Hirschberger, Adrian Leibovitch, Alex Trup (all Hertswood Vale),Dan Andrews (Redbridge JC A), Ari Nevies, Simon Peterman (both Hendon Utd), Jake Norton, Sammy Kingston, Jacob Shapiro (all HMH)
MIDFIELDERS James Millet (Hertswood Vale), Luke Lewis, Jess Alexander, Jayden Brown, Ozzy Doron (all North London Galaxy), Aron Luftig (Faithfold C), Craig Sanford (Redbridge JC B), Rafi Stone, Dan Seligman (both Oakwood A), Adam Noble, Kier Dickson (both Redbridge JC A), Ari Last (Hendon Utd), Tom Prais, Jonny May (both HMH)
STRIKERS Reiss Mogilner (ML Lions), Richard Salmon, Mitch Young, Connor Perl (all FC Team), JJ Marrache (Faithfold C), Brad Wine (Oakwood A), Calvin Dickson (Redbridge JC A)
MANAGER Ben Kfir & Rob Shooman (Faithfold C), Sam Rank (Redbridge JC A), Richard Bronzite (Redbridge JC B), Jacob Emanuel & Danny Hirschberger (Hertswood Vale), Sam Rank, Johan Simberg , Richie Caplin & Richard Stern (Redbridge JC A)
REFEREE David Lazarus (Redbridge JC A vs Jewdinese), Phil Peters (Faithfold A vs ML Lions)
Email nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org
JC GOAL OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS
- JAMES MILLET (Hertswood Vale) - found the ball at his feet maybe 40 yards from goal, took on a couple of their players, weaved his way into the box, turned another couple of players before finding the net
- RICHARD SALMON (FC Team) - a brilliant clipped through ball from Young found Salmon who didn't need to break stride and smashed into bottom corner
- CONNOR PERL (FC Team) - a 15-pass move finished off with a tap-in
- SCOTT OLDSTEIN (Jewdinese) - stunning free-kick against his former club
- NATE KASHKET (Redbridge JC A) - following a sublime set-piece from Jewdinese's Scott Oldstein, Nate outdid the RJC old boy with a sensational free-kick of his own. He whipped the ball with pace, accuracy and precision into the net to bring the scores level. Just amazing technique ability from the RJC top-scorer
- AVI MARKIEWICZ (Faithfold Doc MM A) - a thunderously hit unstoppable shot from outside the area hit first time from a right wing cross in the style of Olivier Giroud
- CHAIM KORMAN (Hendon Utd) - the move started with Jonti Aremband on the right wing, he beat a man and flicked the ball to the overlapping Zac Garbacz who pulled the ball to the edge of the area where Avi Korman touched it to Chaim who beat a man and hit an absolute rocket of a left-footed shot into the top corner. A delightful strike
JC SAVE OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS
- DANIEL LEE (Redbridge JC B) - had a quiet game but pulled off one of the best saves Richard Bronzite has ever seen. "The Faithfold forward thought it was in and even after a deflection, Lee got a strong low right hand to it and pushed the ball on to the post"
- MATT KEMP (Redbridge JC A) - with the the scores level at 1-1 in the first half, Kemp made a "world-class" save getting down to his left to push away the attempted header
- RUSS CORIN (Hendon Utd) - the ball was whipped in, a glancing header from six-yard box looked destined for the bottom corner until Corin got down low to his left to tip it onto the post. Leaving everyone on the side in awe
JC QUOTE OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS
- SAM RANK (Redbridge JC A) - "Once again, with no game for Fairlop today, they came again with the notepads, and they wished they came with Apple Macs. Their hands will be very tired from writing all those notes!"
YOUR WEEKEND PREVIEW STARTS HERE:
LONDON FA SUNDAY CHALLENGE CUP ROUND TWO
HMH 1 TOOTING 0 (AET)
Birthday boy Oscar Wagner was HMH'S match-winner in extra-time as Avi Goldberg's troops edged into the third round of the London Sunday FA Cup following a hard-fought win over Tooting.
Delighted HMH manager Avi Goldberg told JC Sport: “This was a good performance, despite numerous injuries against a dogged side. Our game-management, which we have been working on, improved significantly and importantly we kept a clean sheet and indeed had restricted them to no clear sight until injuries kicked in."
CRAY 1 HENDON UNITED SPORTS 1 (AET - Cray won on 3-0 penalties)
Chaim Korman's goal, plus an inspired display from goalkeeper Russ Corin, was not enough as the MGBSFL champions exited the LSFAC on penalties.
Hendon travelled to Bromley with a squad of only 11 and boss Jordan Sapler as an emergency sub. He knew "it was always going to be tough against a team that was able to call upon a lot of semi professional Cray Valley Saturday players".
Hendon started the game well with Korman and Jonti Aremband causing the home defence trouble on the wings. Hendon created some good chances but fell behind to a well-hit shot from the edge of the area just after half-time. Hendon rallied strongly and Korman scored an superb goal.
LONDON SUNDAY CHALLENGE CUP
KOCGIRI 4 OAKWOOD A 1
Kyle Bentwood's strike proved scant more than consolation as Oakwood bowed out of the LSCC at Kocgiri at the New River Stadium in Tottenham.
Oaks joint-manager Dan Kristall told JC Sport: "We played well against a side that will go far in the competition. It's never easy when you are 2-0 down so early on but battled back and gave a good account of ourselves. We now move on to a massive Morrison tie with Lions Masters. They knocked us out last year so we know how tough it will be but starting as underdogs will help us."
Oakwood team: Botchin, Feingold, Lee A, Bentwood (c), Warner, Bharier, Summerfield, Libbert, Seligman, Wine, Stone. Subs: Pugh, Haftel
MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION
1. Hendon Utd Pl. 6, W. 4, Pts. 13
2. Faithfold Doc MM A Pl. 7, W. 3, Pts. 10
3. Oakwood A Pl. 5, W. 3, Pts. 9
FAITHFOLD DOC MM A 3 MACCABI LONDON LIONS 3
Two goals from Avi Markiewicz plus another from David Leiwy earned Faithfold A a point to move into second place after a six-goal thriller against Lions in Wembley.
Faithfold led 1-0 and 3-1 before a REISS MOGILNER (3) Lions team hit back to secure a draw in the last 15 minutes.
Lions' Sam Marchant told JC Sport: “There was a lot of space on the pitch today, and had we played football as we can, then we could have won the three points. It was a well fought game and the result was a fair one."
Faithfold player-manager Avi Markiewicz told JC Sport: "In the end we felt like it was two dropped points, but it was a great game that I’m sure David Woolf on the sidelines enjoyed watching."
DC Prediction: Faithfold 3 Lions 2
1. Redbridge JC A Pl. 8, W. 6, Pts. 20
2. Fairlop FC Pl. 6, W. 5, Pts. 16
NORTH LONDON GALAXY 3 BAYERN MINCHA 1
Three goals from player-manager LUKE LEWIS helped North London Galaxy return to winning ways as they moved into the top three with victory over Bayern.
A delighted Lewis told JC Sport; "It was an excellent game from Galaxy. Superb response to a difficult few weeks. Up to third now thanks to Jewdinese’s loss ... certainly not where we want to be, but we’re working on it."
Avi Solomon netted for Bayern, and joint-manager Alon Pinhas told JC Sport: "We are all gutted, however we look forwards to the second half of the season, where we will do everything we can to bounce back and get wins against the teams we failed to do so against in the last few weeks."
DC Prediction: Galaxy 2 Bayern 1
REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 4 JEWDINESE 2
Kier Dickson (2), top-scorer Nate Kashket and Dan Andrews were the goal men as table-toppers Redbridge A opened a four point lead at the top after ending nine-man Jewdinese's unbeaten run.
'Nese's goals came through Scott Oldstein and Brandon Sassoon.
RJC joint-manager Sam Rank told JC Sport: "Today, we knew we were in for a game. Jewdinese played very well, and in the first half had a lot of the play. But we know goals change games going 2-1 up was the big killer punch for today's victory. Our clinical finishing was the difference."
'Nese boss Darren Lawrence told JC Sport: "In terms of the title, this game was make or break for us. It’s now out of our hands and we are hoping Redbridge can beat Fairlop to aid us in our quest for second place. We won’t stop fighting until the last game."
DC Prediction: RJC 1 ‘Nese 1
NORTH LONDON RAIDERS vs SCRABBLE FC A
Match postponed - Scrabble forfeited
LOS CAMDEN B P OAKWOOD B P
1. Hertswood Vale Pl. 7, W. 6, Pts. 18
2. Faithfold Doc MM B Pl. 8, W. 5, Pts. 16
3. Redbridge JC B Pl. 7, W. 5, Pts. 15
FAITHFOLD DOC MM B 0 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 3
Promotion-chasing Redbridge B knocked Faithfold B off top spot thanks to goals from Ben Sollosi, Max Aston and Adam Shafron.
Victorious RJC boss Richard Bronzite told JC Sport: "It was a great win today, even though I don’t actually think we played that well. We started the better team but Faithold finished the first half better. We were in complete control throughout the second half and it was a really professional performance."
DC Prediction: Faithfold 3 RJC 1
FAITHFOLD DOC MM C 2 MILL HILL DONS 1
A deadly double from JJ Marrache saw Faithfold C finally get off the mark as they condemned the Dons to a surprise defeat.
Jubilant Faithfold player-manager Ben Kfir told JC Sport: "Mill Hill wanted it, but we wanted it more. We battle hard and we'll build on this. Can't wait for next game!"
DC Prediction: Faithfold 0 Dons 5
FC TEAM 9 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS MASTERS 1
RICHARD SALMON (3) led the way as FC Team gave Raiders Masters a football master-class.
Connor Perl and Eddie Sternberg added two apiece, with Mitch Young and Eitan Ben-Zion adding the gloss in another polished performance.
FC Team player-manager Mitch Young told JC Sport: "We are playing some brilliant attacking football at the moment and it is great to be part of it. Raiders could not deal with our attacks and were blown away. We will score against any team and now we have some consistency we should climb the league pretty quickly."
Jonny Blain fired a consolation for Raiders, and joint-player-manager James Cartmell told JC Sport: "FC Team were obviously worthy winners, scoring some good goals, while we were very poor. We won’t (I hope) play that badly again."
DC Prediction: Team 3 Raiders 1
SCRABBLE FC B 3 TEMPLE FORTUNE 1
Lloyd Becker, Alex Bourne and Daniel Ruckin ensured Scrabble B got back on the winning trail as they inflicted more pain on Temple Fortune at the Hive.
Daniel Vandermolen claimed Fortune's consolation in a game where their misery was compounded by a red card to Josh Klepper for violent conduct.
DC Prediction: Scrabble 1 Fortune 2
SPEC FC 3 HERTSWOOD VALE 5
JAMES MILLET was the hat-trick hero as Hertswood Vale sent out a title warning as they moved into top spot after condemning SPEC FC to their third defeat. Further strikes from the in-form Ben Mandel and Josh Wood secured the points.
SPEC's goals came through Matt Leader, Dan Cohen and Josh Green.
Vale joint-manager Jacob Emanuel told JC Sport: "In fairness to SPEC, they were a force throughout and we never felt truly comfortable at 5-2. "I’ve no doubt, our reverse fixture in two weeks time will be another cracker. They’re a really great bunch of lads and we enjoyed the match today."
SPEC FC player-manager Ricky Lawrence told JC Sport: "We can’t have any complaints about the result, the better team won. Another good game for the neutral though.”
DC Prediction: SPEC 2 Vale 2