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MGBSFL Matchday 11 review

Hendon United Sports pulled clear at the top of the Premier, while the top of the table clash in Division One ended honours even.

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND 2 DRAW

    DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 11 AWARDS

    TEAM OF THE WEEK

    DIVISION TWO TEAM OF THE WEEK

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Billy Lee (Jewdinese)

    MANAGER OF THE WEEK: Darren Lawrence (Jewdinese)

    GOAL OF THE WEEK: James Millet (Hertswood Vale)

    SAVE OF THE WEEK: Adam Zaidman (Hertswood Vale)

    QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Jacob Emanuel (Hertswood Vale)

    REFEREE OF THE WEEK: David Lazarus (Redbridge JC A vs Fairlop FC)

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    JC FEATURE MATCH - REDBRIDGE JC A vs FAIRLOP FC - (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS) & (PHOTOGALLERY)

    TOP-SCORERS

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    MATCHDAY 11 RESULTS

    LONDON FA SUNDAY CHALLENGE CUP

    Brady Maccabi 2 Putney FC 1

    HERTS COUNTY CUP

    The Rifle Volunteer 4 Maccabi London Lions 0

    MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

    Faithfold A 0 Hendon Utd 3

    Los Camden A 0 HMH 0

    DIVISION ONE

    Los Camden B 3 Bayern Mincha 2

    NL Raiders 0 NL Galaxy 2

    Oakwood B 1 Jewdinese 2

    Redbridge JC A 1 Fairlop FC 1 SEE MATCH HIGHLIGHTS PHOTOGALLERY

    DIVISION TWO

    Faithfold B 4 NL Raiders Masters 1

    Faithfold C 1 Temple Fortune 5

    Hertswood Vale 4 SPEC FC 2

    Scrabble FC B 1 FC Team 5

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    JC TEAM OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    GK Raffy Zysblat (Faithfold B), Adam Zaidman (Hertswood Vale), Steven Murad (Los Camden A)

    DEFENDERS Nick Stern , Gab Stone (both Temple Fortune), Sam Lipton (Brady Maccabi), Jake Rinsler (NL Galaxy), Gideon Moss (FC Team), Guy Weisselberg (Fairlop FC), Dan Andrews (Redbridge JC A), Ashley Hirschberger (Hertswood Vale), Matt Perlman, Elliot Moslawy (both Los Camden A), Adam Dousie (Jewdinese)

    MIDFIELDERS Scott Gordon (Brady Maccabi), Jack Mattey, James Belchak, Josh Shack, (NL Galaxy), Motty Korman (Faithfold B), Eddie Sternberg (FC Team),Bradley Gayer, Matt Berkley, Daniel Bean (all Fairlop FC), Josh Gorb, Ben Mandel, James Millet (all Hertswood Vale), Rick Harris, Yoel Deal, Joe Levy (all Los Camden B), Guy Fenton, Sacha Nusenbaum (both Los Camden A), Billy Lee (Jewdinese)

    STRIKERS Danny Sherman (Temple Fortune), Richard Salmon (FC Team), Rob Hershkorn (Los Camden B), Zac Brin (Jewdinese)

    MANAGER Luke Lewis (NL Galaxy), Jordan Sapler (Hendon Utd), Darren Lawrence (Jewdinese)

    REFEREE Lee Browne (Scrabble FC B vs NL Raiders Masters), David Lazarus (Redbridge JC A vs Fairlop FC), Andy Myerson (Los Camden A vs HMH)

    SEE NOMINATIONS

    Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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    JC GOAL OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - JAMES MILLET (Hertswood Vale) - Adrian Leibovitch picked up the ball in the centre of the park, found Millet 25 yards from goal who took a touch and hit a stunning curled effort past their keeper and into the top corner. Think Frank Lampard vs Everton in 06

    - ROB HERSHKORN (Los Camden B) - picked up the ball from the centre, drove into the opposition half before a quick one-two with DJ Kanzen, then hitting the ball straight into the top right corner from the edge of the box

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    JC SAVE OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - ADAM ZAIDMAN (Hertswood Vale) - trailing 0-2 to SPEC FC, Zaidman produced a crucial penalty save – his third of the season. It proved the turning point of the match Vale won 4-2

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    JC QUOTE OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - AARON DIAS (Fairlop FC) - "I’d like to say what a great advert that was for Jewish football. One good side and Redbridge going toe-to-toe for 90 minutes. Not one ounce of trouble"

    - JACOB EMANUEL (Hertswood Vale) - "Once again, we’ve had to come from behind to win in the league this season. Don’t get me wrong, it makes for a better game, but I’d much rather the boys won 1-0 every week!"

    - DARREN LAWRENCE (Jewdinese)- “With no league game for almost a month, we knew we had to get 3 points on the board today. A really big win for the club which makes the title race really interesting. I’ve said all along, we won’t stop fighting until the last day and the boys really showed that today”

    - JORDAN SAPLER (Hendon Utd) - “It’s a shame that Faithfold were once again supposedly under strength for a game agusainst, it always seems to happen when they play us and I can’t understand why a top of the table clash would see so many players pull out when they are available for other games"

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    YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

    LONDON FA SUNDAY CHALLENGE CUP

    BRADY MACCABI 2 PUTNEY FC 1

    Brady Maccabi put their league form behind them as they played their first ever game in the London FA Sunday Challenge Cup, and came out worthy winners against a very organised Putney team.

    Missing a number of regular players, Brady dominated the majority of the game and should taken the lead after some great chances but they failed to capitalise, and they were punished when they fell behind five minutes before the break when Sam Lipton put the ball into his own net, with the Putney forward waiting to slot it home.

    Brady came out with great intent at the start of the second half and after five successive corners, Lipton smashed home from the edge of the box. Brady continued to press and were awarded a penalty 10 minutes later after a handball and captain Ricky Rinder slotted home. Brady should then have put the game to bed but missed three one-on-ones, and despite a late onslaught Brady held out for a much-deserved win.

    Delighted Brady boss Joel Nathan told JC Sport: "Next week we return to MGBSFL action and this will give us the confidence we need to start moving up the table."

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    MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

    LEAGUE TABLE - TOP 2

    1. Hendon Utd Sports Pl. 7, W. 5, Pts. 16

    2. Faithfold Doc MM A Pl. 8, W. 3, Pts. 10

    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

    TOP-SCORERS 8 - Reiss Mogilner (ML Lions), 7 - Rocky Spitzer (Hendon Utd)

    Josh Bharier (Oakwood A - includes 2 for B team)

    FAITHFOLD DOC MM A 0 HENDON UNITED SPORTS 3

    Jonti Aremband, Chaim Korman and Rocky Spitzer scored as Hendon United opened a six-point gap at the top of the table after beating Faithfold 3-0.

    Hendon manager Jordan Sapler missed the match, but he told JC Sport: "It’s a shame that Faithfold were once again supposedly under strength for a game agusainst, it always seems to happen when they play us and I can’t understand why a top of the table clash would see so many players pull out when they are available for other games."

    Faithfold player-manager Avi Markiewicz told JC Sport: "Last night at midnight, we had nine men. I genuinely thought I was going to have to call the game off. Thankfully with a bunch of phone calls we managed to get 11 men and a big thanks to those that stepped up last minute. Hendon were worth the win and played well however I was very pleased with my men out there today. We worked really hard and were up against it from the start. We matched the best team in Jewish football in game-plan for 85 minutes and the lads did themselves proud."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Faithfold 2 Hendon 3

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    LOS CAMDEN A 0 HMH 0

    Defences dominated as Los Camden and HMH finished honours even in a rare MGBSFL goalless draw.

    Los Camden manager Stirling Kay told JC Sport: "The lads were able to get stuck in and defend solidly like we have all season. With the chances we created especially in the second half, I’m upset we couldn’t get another late winner."

    HMH boss Avi Goldberg told JC Sport: "Today was a feisty but drab affair as both teams saw out 0-0 draw on a tight school kids' pitch. We had two 'goals' from Ethan Krell both chalked off for offside, one either side of half-time and Alex Moss hit the bar in the first half but LC has a few chances as well, particularly in the second half and hit the post."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Los Camden 1 HMH 3

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    DIVISION ONE

    LEAGUE TABLE - TOP 2

    1. Redbridge JC A Pl. 9, W. 6, Pts. 21

    2. Hertswood Vale Pl. 7, W. 5, Pts. 17

    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

    TOP-SCORERS 15 - Nate Kashket (Redbridge JC A), 8 - Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha)

    LOS CAMDEN B 3 BAYERN MINCHA 2

    Rob Hershkorn (2) and Louis Couque led Los Camden to a thrilling win to move to within a point of Bayern, with two games in hand, in a game where Joe Levy was the star performer.

    Bayern's goals came through Jake Dayan and Philipe Auret.

    Los Camden's Richard Hayim went on to say: "We’ve had a rocky start since the beginning of the campaign, losing games we never deserved to lose and missing players in vital positions-mainly centre backs and central midfielders. Today the players have shown that they can challenge in this league against good teams.

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Los Camden 2 Bayern 2

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    NORTH LONDON RAIDERS 0 NORTH LONDON GALAXY 2

    Galaxy won the north London derby 2-0, thanks to strikes from Josh Shack and Josh Cohen, exacting revenge for their heavy recent defeat in the cup.

    Galaxy chief Luke Lewis told JC Sport: "Fantastic attitude from everyone involved. Showing the league what we are capable of."

    Raiders joint-manager Jake Yudelowitz told JC Sport: "It was a disappointing performance from everyone involved. Galaxy played well to be fair, but we never got going."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Raiders 1 Galaxy 2

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    OAKWOOD B 1 JEWDINESE 2

    Jewdinese returned to winning ways as they registered an impressive victory over promotion rivals Oakwood B, with goals from Zac Brin and a penalty from James Ross.

    'Nese boss Darren Lawrence told JC Sport: "With no league game for almost a month, we knew we had to get three points on the board today. A really big win for the club which makes the title race really interesting. I’ve said all along, we won’t stop fighting until the last day and the boys really showed that today.”

    Elliot Espinoza scored Oakwood's goal.

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Oakwood 1 Nese 1

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    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 1 FAIRLOP FC 1

    More than 100 spectators were in attendance as Essex rivals Redbridge A and Fairlop shared the points after a hard-fought battle at 7 Kings.

    After a goalless first half, Brad Gayer put the visitors in front only for RJC to level via an acrobatic volley from Dean Ben Yosef.

    Fairlop boss Aaron Dias was adamant his team had the better of things, and told JC Sport: "Redbridge will know they are lucky to come away with a draw and had we been more clinical in the first half, it would have been a cricket score."

    RJC manager Sam Rank told JC Sport: "Following today's draw, it just means the return fixture will end up being a title game, and with a few returning superstars this will give us the edge and the title."

    SEE MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

    PHOTOGALLERY

    MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: RJC 1 Fairlop 1

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    DIVISION TWO

    LEAGUE TABLE - TOP 2

    1. Hertswood Vale Pl. 8, W. 7, Pts. 21

    2. Faithfold Doc MM B Pl. 9, W. 6, Pts. 19

    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

    TOP-SCORERS 13 - James Millet (Hertswood Vale), Zac Neiman (SPEC FC), 12 - Richard Salmon (FC Team), Conor Perl (FC Team)

    FAITHFOLD DOC MM B 4 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS MASTERS 1

    A brilliant brace from Motty Korman helped Faithfold B boost their title hopes as they returned to winning ways with a comfortable 4-1 victory over Raiders Masters.

    Lolu Hibbert and an own goal completed the scoring for Faithfold.

    Faithfold's Doron Shooter told JC Sport: "We're very happy with the three points, after a disappointing few weeks. The game was played at a very high intensity until we scored our third goal, at which point the sting was taken out of the game. We now look forward to next week's game against SPEC.”

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Faithfold 3 Raiders 1

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    FAITHFOLD DOC MM C 1 TEMPLE FORTUNE 5

    Fortune overpowered Faithfold C in the basement battle, in what was a much-needed win for Simon Linden's men, with goals from Max Martin, Danny Sherman, Gab Stone, Jacobs Kalms and Simon Cohen.

    Jubilant Fortune boss Simon Linden told JC Sport: "We're very pleased to get three points in the bag. Hopefully we can get a run going before the turn of the year. We need to move our way up the table quickly. Next week is all about revenge on Scrabble who beat us last time out."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Faithfold 3 Fortune 4

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    HERTSWOOD VALE 4 SPEC FC 2

    James Millet and Ben Mandel scored two apiece as Hertswood Vale maintained their two-point lead at the summit as they completed a league double over SPEC FC. 

    Josh Green and top-scorer Zack Neiman replied for SPEC.

    Vale joint-manager Jacob Emanuel told JC Sport: "It was another cracking game against an entertaining SPEC side, but unlike the previous match against them, this one was a much more fiery encounter as both teams gave it there all. Once again, we’ve had to come from behind to win in the league this season. Don’t get me wrong, it makes for a better game, but I’d much rather the boys won 1-0 every week!"

    SPEC player-manager Ricky Lawrence told JC Sport: "It was a really good game but one that again we’ve come away empty-handed from. In fairness, Vale's third goal was a great finish and worthy of winning any game. The final goal came as we pushed for an equaliser in the last seconds. We’ll attempt to stop the rot against Faithfold B next week.”

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Vale 2 SPEC 1

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    SCRABBLE FC B 1 FC TEAM 5

    A deadly double from Josh Morris saw FC Team moved into the top five as they produced a five-star showing against Scrabble B.

    Further strikes from Mitch Young, Richard Salmon and Connor Perl added the gloss for one of the league most potent sides.

    Victorious FC Team player-manager Mitch Young told JC Sport: "Another victory, so I am pleased, especially as we played the game with a lot of injured players. Salmon, Connor and myself all played with minor injuries, and this was evident in the first half. We still had enough quality to score five goals and outclass them in the second half, but they put in a strong first-half performance. We are now moving up the table nicely and we look forward to keep this winning run going for as long as possible."

    Scrabble's consolation came through Lloyd Becker. Player-manager Jon Yantin told JC Sport: "We conceded two soft early goals within the opening ten minutes before sorting ourselves out and pulling one back before half-time. However, a soft penalty decision against me followed by two more goals finished the old boys off." 

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Scrabble 1 FC Team 4

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