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Super Soccer Sunday week 4 review

Redbridge Jewish Care A ended Brady Maccabi's winning start with an impressive victory in their first outing of the season, while the JC cameras witnessed Catford & Bromley putting Faithfold B to the sword and Bayern Mincha hotshot Adam Ellis firing a fab five-goal salvo.

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    MATCHDAY 4 RESULTS

    CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP

    Bayern Mincha 6 Mill Hill Dons 2

    Camden Park 2 Straw Hat Pirates 1

    FC Team 4 Temple Fortune A 2

    NL Raiders B 4 Redbridge JC C 2 (AET)

    Redbridge JC B 4 NL Raiders C 2

    Scrabble FC 1 Fairlop FC 4

    MGBSFL PREM DIV

    NL Raiders A 4 ML Lions White 2

    Redbridge JC A 5 Brady Maccabi 2

    DIV 2

    Faithfold B 0 Catford & Bromley Maccabi 3 (SEE MATCH PHOTOS)

    Temple Fortune B 5 Boca Jewniors 0

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    JC HAT-TRICK HEROES

    CAC - Adam Ellis 5 (Bayern Mincha), Kai Vale (Fairlop FC)

    TOP-SCORERS

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    DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 4 AWARDS

    TEAM OF THE WEEK

    GOAL OF THE WEEK (to be announced exclusively on the next episode of When Sunday Comes)

    SAVE OF THE WEEK: Rob Blackman (North London Raiders)

    QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Aaron Dias (Fairlop FC)

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    JC TEAM OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    GK – Joseph Manuel Nyman ​(Bayern Mincha), David Gordon (FC Team), Jonny Black (Temple Fortune B)

    DEFENDERS – Rafi Terespolsky​ (Bayern Mincha)​, Oli Richardson, Ben Cantopher (both Scrabble), Dan Breger (FC Team), Ben Harris, Yohan Jordi (both Camden Park)

    MIDFIELDERS – Alex Jacobs (Catford & Bromley), Ben Joseph, Alex Moss (both NL Raiders A), Simon Buchler, Rob Blackman, Josh Goldstein (all NL Raiders B), Zak McLeod (Scrabble), Dave Grossman, Adam Rones (both FC Team), Jacob Kalms (Temple Fortune B), Scott Oldstein (Redbridge JC A), Daniel Bean, Matt Berkley (both Fairlop FC), Rick Harris (Camden Park)

    STRIKERS – Adam Ellis​ (Bayern Mincha), Jake Gilbert (NL Raiders B), Richard Salmon (FC Team), Declan Spiro (Temple Fortune B), Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge JC A), Kai Vale (Fairlop FC), Rob Hershman (Camden Park)

    MANAGER – Jon Jacobs, Craig Sandford, Danny Hakimi (Redbridge Jewish Care A), Aaron Dias (Fairlop FC), Jonny Pearl (FC Team), Dan Shafron (NL Raiders A)

    REFEREE – David Lazarus (Redbridge JC C vs NL Raiders B), Richard Kaye (NL Raiders C vs Redbridge JC B), Barry David (Temple Fortune B vs Boca Jewniors)

    SEE NOMINATIONS

    Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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    JC GOAL OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    - ALEX JACOBS (Catford & Bromley) - scored a belter from 30 yards

    - JOE COHEN (NL Raiders A) - at 2-2, Joe ran with the ball from deep before reaching the left corner of the box, cut back and on his right foot hit a swerving bullet in to the top right-hand corner

    JOSH GOLDSTEIN (NL Raiders B) - scored a sublime 25-yard free-kick last gasp equaliser in regulation time

    - ZAK McLEOD (Scrabble FC) - straight from the kick-off after Fairlop's opening goal, the ball went back to Zak in his own half and he unleashed a curling and dipping strike of a shot that beat the Fairlop keeper all ends up from 50 or 60 yards. Unstoppable and great vision to make the strike

    - RICHIE CAPLIN (Redbridge JC A) - from a superb corner from Nate Kashket, the ball was past the keeper like a bullet from the head of Caplin

    - ARON GALE (Straw Hat Pirates) - received the ball and dribbled to the edge of the box turns a defender and hits it right in the bottom left corner

    - CONNOR PERL (ML Lions White) - stunning 35-yard free-kick into the top left corner

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    JC SAVE OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    - ROB BLACKMAN (NL Raiders B) - a superhuman effort from Blackman saw him make a vital interception after a 60 yard sprint back to cover

    - JONNY BLACK (Temple Fortune B) - made a crucial save at 2-0 to ensure TFFC stayed on track for a clean sheet!

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    JC QUOTE OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    - DANIEL HOLDER (Bayern Mincha) - "Adam Ellis had one of the best individual performances I've seen​"

    - JONNY PEARL (FC Team) - "From everyone at FC Team, we want to wish Mitch and Sophie, as well as their families, a huge Mazel Tov on boy number 3! Only a few more to go until we have the dream of a team of Mitchell Youngs!"

    - DARREN ZITREN (Temple Fortune B) - "This was our best performance of the season by a country mile. We were a cut above from back to front. Steven and I have been busy in the transfer market to rectify our recent sequence of bad results and our eye for talent has certainly come to fruition"

    - ELLIOT CUKIER (Straw Hat Pirates) - "We walk away today frustrated but with our heads held high. For our fourth game in our first ever season, coming up against a strong Premier League side was a daunting task, made worse by our unsatisfactory performance against Vale last week. But today we walk away knowing we gave everything"

    - PAULINE TIANO (Straw Hat Pirates fan) - "Getting such nachas from seeing three of my boys on the pitch at once (while one is walking away from tackling one of the others)"

    - AARON DIAS (Fairlop FC) - "If I had a £1 for every time Brad Gayer hit the crossbar this season I would be a very wealthy man, £6 wealthier actually!"

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    YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

    CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP ROUND ONE

    BAYERN MINCHA 6 MILL HILL DONS 2

    ADAM ELLIS scored five scintillating goals in front of the JC cameras to send Bayern Mincha into round two after a goal fest against Mill Hill Dons.

    SEE MATCH HIGHLIGHTS ON WHEN SUNDAY COMES

    Jubilant Bayern joint-manager Daniel Holder told JC Sport: "Adam Ellis had one of the best individual performances I've seen from a player. Overall, we are very happy with the win and progression in the cup and would love a cup run to follow our promotion ambitions."

    Ryan Kramer and Harry Moss netted for the Dons and boss Brandon Hamme told JC Sport: "A disappointing day out today, at times it looked promising but we didn't manage to do enough to warrant a win."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Bayern 2 Dons 3

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    CAMDEN PARK 2 STRAW HAT PIRATES 1

    Premier Division Camden Park were given a major scare by Division Two new boys Straw Hat Pirates, but they did just enough to progress, much to the relief of boss Stirling Kay.

    Rob Hershman and Rickardo Ercoli registered for Camden, with Aron Gale replying for the Pirates in a match played at Gosling Sports Centre.

    Proud Pirates boss Elliot Cukier told JC Sport: "We walk away today frustrated but with our heads held high. For our fourth game in our first ever season, coming up against a strong Premier Lague side was a daunting task, made worse by our unsatisfactory performance against Vale last week. But today we walk away knowing we gave everything. 

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Camden 3 Pirates 1

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    FC TEAM 4 TEMPLE FORTUNE A 2

    Second division FC Team knocked out first division Temple Fortune with goals from Richard Salmon, David Grossman, Jonny Breger and Dan Breger.

    Fortune's goals came via Conor Brand and Jason Lindsay but their misery were compounded by the dismissal of Hayden Smith following two cautionable offences.

    Stand-in boss Jonny Pearl dedicated the win to boss Mitch Young who had to dash to be bedside with his wife in hospital for the arrival of No. 3. Pearl told JC Sport: "From everyone at FC Team, we want to wish Mitch and Sophie, as well as their families, a huge Mazel Tov on boy number 3! Only a few more to go until we have the dream of a team of Mitchell Young's!"

    Fortune's Simon Linden told JC Sport: "It was a frustrating morning and start to the season. The better team won on the day - we didn't play well enough and it didn't help going down to 10 men. We have to wipe the slate clean and start again next week."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

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

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    NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 2 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 4

    Redbridge B registered their first success of the season, with Josh Kalinsky (2), Lee Cutler and Carl Dobrin the goal men against second division Raiders C.

    Jonny Blain bagged a brace for Raiders. Boss Sam Rose told JC Sport: "We were on the backfoot for much of the first half, but found success in the second switching to a 3-5-2 but left ourselves with too much to do to turn the game around. I can’t fault the lads application second half though - we really took the game to Redbridge. The league is and will always be our priority for the season but it was a good opportunity to test ourselves against higher opposition.”

    DC Prediction: Raiders 2 Redbridge 1

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    SCRABBLE FC 1 FAIRLOP FC 4

    KAI VALE was the hat-trick hero as new boys Fairlop FC produced one of the surprise results of the day as they sent first division Scrabble tumbling out of the League Cup.

    Delighted Fairlop Aaron Dias told JC Sport; "All the boys were great today but special mention to Kai Vale who went home with the match ball after his fantastic hat-trick."

    Scrabble boss Ray Abrahams told JC Sport: "We are not pleased that we have gone out of the Cup at this stage but in a season of transition for the club we will continue to build and consolidate our place in Division One and pick up as many points as we can and see where it takes us."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Scrabble 1 Fairlop 2

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    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C 2 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B 4 (AET)

    North London Raiders B edged past first division rivals Redbridge C in extra-time after a thrilling encounter.

    Goals from Jake Gilbert and Josh Goldstein registered in normal time for NLR, with Gilbert and Scott Waissel settling in it in extra-time. 

    NLR joint-manager Jonny Adelman told JC Sport: "It was a very very satisfying win, and a gutsy never say die effort from the boys."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: RJC 1 NLR 2

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    HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB P L’EQUIPE P

    Match postponed - L'Equipe forfeited 

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    MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

    TOP-SCORERS

    6 – Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi)

    3 – Ben Kohler (Brady Maccabi), Sam Cantor (Oakwood A), Josh Cuby (Oakwood A)

    NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 4 MACCABI LONDON LIONS WHITE 2

    North London Raiders A secured their first win of the season as they overcame Lions White in a six-goal thriller.

    Dan Shafron hailed the "great character" of his team who fought back from 2-0 down with goals from Liron Mannie, Alex Moss, Joe Cohen with a wonder strike, and Ben Joseph.

    Connor Perl had put Lions in the ascendency with a double, including a stunning 35-yard free-kick.

    Jubilant boss Dan Shafron told JC Sport: "Joe Cohen's wonder goal and team celebrations will be remembered for a long time however special mentions have to go to Ben Joseph and Alex Moss who had standout performances and were excellent all game."

    Lions boss James Gershfield told JC Sport: "2-0 up, we missed a big chance at 2-2 with 10 minutes to go. They went up the other end and scored. Our heads dropped after that and conceded a fourth."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Raiders 2 Lions 1

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    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 5 BRADY MACCABI 2

    A deadly double from Daniel Garfinkle ensured Redbridge A ended Brady Maccabi's winning streak with a 5-2 triumph at Fairlop.

    Further strikes from Russell Goldstein, Richie Capin and Scott Oldstein added the gloss for Jon Jacobs's men.

    Brady's goals came through Reiss Mogilner (pen) and Clark Norton.

    Brady joint-manager Joel Nathan told JC Sport: "Unfortunately it was a morning to forget - we probably played the worst I have seen in men’s football for a long time for the first 25 minutes and let five goals in."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Redbridge 1 Brady 1

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    DIVISION TWO

    TOP-SCORERS

    7 - Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha)

    6 - Ben Kaye (NL Raiders C)

    FAITHFOLD B 0 CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 3

    Alex Jacobs, Jamie Sinai and Jason Shoffman helped Catford & Bromley made it two out of two with a professional 3-0 win over Faithfold B at the Hive.

    SEE MATCH HIGHLIGHTS ON WHEN SUNDAY COMES

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    Cats player-manager Jeff Gotch told JC Sport: "We totally dominated for 90 minutes and on another day we could have scored well into double figures. We know we will have harder tests to come but we're ready."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Faithfold 1 Catford 3

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    TEMPLE FORTUNE B 5 BOCA JEWNIORS 0

    Darren Zitren's Temple Fortune were toasting their first success of the season after putting in a five-star show against Boca Jewniors, thanks in part to two-goal hero Declan Spiro.

    Further strikes from Simon Cohen, Steven Black and Zack Rich finished the job.

    Fortune boss Darren Zitren told JC Sport: "This was our best performance of the season by a country mile. We were a cut above from back to front. Steven and I have been busy in the transfer market to rectify our recent sequence of bad results and our eye for talent has certainly come to fruition."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Fortune 2 Boca 1

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