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Super Soccer Sunday week 16 review

Redbridge Jewish Care enjoyed another win double, with their B-team extending their perfect record after crushing Los Blancos, while the C’s dented in-form Mill Hill Dons’ promotion hopes.

    MATCHDAY 16 RESULTS

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY

    Maccabi London Lions U21 4 Hertswood Vale 0

    MGBSFL PREM DIV

    Brady Maccabi 2 Woodford Wanderers 1

    FC Team A 6 SPEC FC 2

    NL Raiders A 3 ML Lions A 4

    Oakwood A 2 Camden Park 0

    DIVISION ONE

    Faithfold A P ML Lions B P - (Match abandoned after 15 minutes as Faithfold down to 7 men due to injury, with Lions leading 3-0)

    Redbridge JC B 9 Los Blancos 0

    Scrabble P Brixton P – Brixton forfeited and have folded

    DIVISION TWO

    Boca Jewniors 2 Catford & Bromley 1

    L’Equipe P NL Raiders C P - Raiders forfeited

    Redbridge JC C 3 Mill Hill Dons 2

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    JC HAT-TRICK HEROES

    PMT - Jack Mattey (Maccabi London Lions U21)

    PREM DIV - Richard Salmon (FC Team A)

    DIV 1 – Joe Jordan (Redbridge B)

    SEE LEAGUE TOP-SCORERS

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    DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 8 AWARDS

    TEAM OF THE WEEK

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Alex Taylor (Lions A)

    MANAGERS OF THE WEEK: Ryan Springer & Will Beresford (ML Lions A)

    GOAL OF THE WEEK: Ben Lampert (Lions A)

    SAVE OF THE WEEK: Scott Shear (Redbridge JC B)

    QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Sam Rank (Redbridge B)

    REF OF THE WEEK: Luke Steele (Brady Maccabi vs Woodford Wanderers)

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    JC TEAM OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    GK Will Martyn (Boca Jewniors)

    DEFENDERS James Law (Redbridge C), Josh Cinna (Boca Jewniors), Alex Taylor (ML Lions A), David Cohen (Oakwood A)

    MIDFIELDERS - Daniel Bean, Joe Jordan, Sam Sollosi (all Redbridge B), Craig Phillps, Jamie Crawford (both Redbridge C), Dan Rose, Guy Helman (both Oakwood A), Ricky Rinder (Brady Maccabi)

    STRIKERS - Richard Salmon, Mitch Young (both FC Team A), Barry Green (Redbridge C), Jamie Leboff (Boca Jewniors), Jack Mattey (ML Lions U21), Brad Wine, Leor Sidle (both Oakwood A), Josh Newman (Brady Maccabi)

    MANAGER Will Beresford & Ryan Springer (ML Lions A), Sefton Monk (Boca Jewniors)

    REFEREE

    SEE NOMINATIONS

    Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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    JC GOAL OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    - RYAN COLE (Redbridge B) - curled the ball into the top right hand corner from 30 yards, real class

    - RICHARD SALMON (FC Team A) - turning left foot shot from the edge of the box which flew into top corner

    - DANNY MOSS (FC Team A) - one-two with Mitch Young and on receipt smashed it into the top corner from the edge of the box on the angle

    - ADAM ARNOLD (ML Lions A) - picked the ball up on the edge of the penalty box, on his own with three defenders to beat. Arny side stepped and skipped through all of them before beating the keeper at his near post with a clever finish

    - BEN LAMPERT (ML Lions A) - caught the Raiders keeper off his guard by lobbing him from 40 yards out with a sweet left-foot strike

    - BRAD WINE (Oakwood A) - GOAL 1 - A brilliant crossfield ball by Leor Sidle found Josh Rose who squared to Wine. With lots of work still to do and with a deft first touch which then put him through on goal, he beautifully placed the ball into the bottom right hand corner." 

    - BRAD WINE (Oakwood A) - GOAL 2 - 30-yard lob over the Camden keeper

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    JC SAVE OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    - SCOTT SHEAR (Redbridge B) - yet another penalty save from the RJC B No. 1, making a brilliant double save to keep his well earned clean sheet intact

    - JORDAN SAPLER (Redbridge C) - produce the save of the day after his goalkeepr was beaten by the ball was heading for the net only for a diving goal line clearence

    - GUY BEN-AROYA (Catford & Bromley) - Josh Cinna’s strike was heading towards the top corner, but Ben-Aroya showed tremendous reflexes to arch backwards and tip the shot over the bar

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    DANNY CARO'S QUOTE OF THE WEEK

    SAM RANK (Redbridge JC B) - "I would like to a very important point today. Los Bloncos today, had a lot of players missing due to Fast of Teveth, and they still managed to bring 13/14 players. This is a real credit to them. With other teams forfeiting games in the MGBFSL. if teams would take the same attitude and commitment as Los Bloncos, less games would be forfeited."

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    YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND THREE

    MACCABI LONDON LIONS U21 4 HERTSWOOD VALE 0

    A treble from JACK MATTEY helped Lions U21's see off the challenge of second division Hertswood Vale to book their place in round four after a convincing win.

    Jamie Barnett completed the scoring with the goal of the game at Rowley Lane.

    Hertswood joint-manager Jacob Emanuel told JC Sport: "We lost 4-0 to a very good side. Hats off to Lions, they're a really well-managed club and their under 21s lived up to expectations.

    "I've got to praise the guys though. Although Lions had almost all of the possession, for much of the game we frustrated them, limiting them to odd long range shots and I believe 4-0 truly flattered them.

    "We put a lot of work into making sure this game went ahead, with a number of key players unable to make the later kick-off. We bent over backwards to accommodate this fixture for Lions so hopefully we'll be appreciated for that."

    We continue with our league campaign in 2 weeks time.

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    DC Prediction: Lions 4 Vale 0

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    MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

    SEE LEAGUE TABLES

    TOP-SCORERS

    16 - Zac Lewis (Hendon Utd SC A)

    13 - Liron Mannie (NL Raiders A)

    Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi)

    BRADY MACCABI 2 WOODFORD WANDERERS 1

    A deadly double from Josh Newman inspired Brady Maccabi to a hard-fought 2-1 win over Woodford at Rowley Lane.

    Adam Shafron had put Woodford ahead but Newman's brace in the final five minutes proved decisive.

    Brady joint-manager Eli Dagul told JC Sport: "They came with a clear game-plan, to slow the game down and play long ball and for 80 minutes it looked like it would work. However, we showed great character and patience to come back and win the game with two goals in the last five minutes. We are delighted with the win and hope to push on in the second half of the season."

    Woodford boss Daryl Kay described the result as "a big bitter pill to swallow". He told JC Sport: "Brady had clearly made some strong additions from Lions over the past few weeks, but in truth, it was two very evenly matched teams fighting away in perfect football conditions. I think both teams did enough to win but luck was on their side today, although a draw would’ve been a fair result."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    JC Prediction: Brady 2 Woodford 1

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    SPEC FC 2 FC TEAM A 6

    A fab four-goal salvo from RICHARD SALMON inspired FC Team to their biggest win of the season as they hit struggling SPEC FC 6-2.

    James Stanley and Danny Moss added the gloss on a memorable day for Mitch Young's men.

    SPEC's consolations came via Dan Cohen and an own goal.

    FC Team player-manager and game-changer Mitch Young told JC Sport: "This was a  very nice start to the year and we continued our fine form from the last couple of months. Even missing a couple of our key players and then going down to 10 men for the whole of the second half due to injury we were able to see off any potential attack from SPEC and hit them on the counter time after time, and in truth we could have scored a couple more.

    "We had a bad start to the game going a goal down but after 20 minutes we settled and looked comfortable throughout. Our keeper didn't have a save to make all game. We know there are tougher tests ahead and we look forward to the next few fixtures. Salmon was somewhere close to his best so if he can continue this and with Connor Perl coming back next week from suspension we know we can trouble any team."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: SPEC FC 1 FC Team 2

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    NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 3 MACCABI LONDON LIONS A 4

    Lions opened a four-point gap on Raiders for whom another successful title defence looks impossible. Alex Taylor, Jamie Jackson, Ben Lampert and Adam Arnold were the marksmen.

    Matt Stock (2) and David Dinkin scored against their former club for NLR, but it was Lions' day.

    A Lions spokesman commented: "Three points picked up and on now onto next week, which sees Lions face Hendon in the Cyril Anekstein quarter finals, a game that will once again require, immense effort, commitment and dedication from all of the players if they are to advance to the next round."

    Raiders boss Dan Shafron told JC Sport: "At this level, if you score three goals and end up on the losing team, there are things to address. We made some terrible mistakes for three of the goals we conceded and whilst we weren't helped by a couple of big decisions against us that would have had an impact on the end result, that simply sugar-coats our general performance which fell well below our usual standards. 

    "Our attention now turns to our quarter-final next weekend and we will need to be much improved in all areas of the pitch if we want to progress to the next round."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Raiders 2 Lions 1

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    OAKWOOD A 2 CAMDEN PARK 0

    Brad Wine boosted Oakwood's title credentials as they moved to within two points of leaders Hendon with a 2-0 triumph over Camden.

    Oaks joint-manager Dan Kristall told JC Sport: "With the greatest respect to our opposition, it really should been a lot more. If anything, Blanky and I were most frustrated at how wasteful we were in front of goal. We missed too many chances and we must sort this side of our game out or it will cost us in the run-in."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Oakwood 3 Camden 0

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    DIVISION ONE

    TOP-SCORERS

    10 - Oliver Sade (Finchley City)

    8 - Josh Bharier (Scrabble FC)

    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 9 LOS BLANCOS 0

    JOE JORDAN was the hat-trick hero as Redbridge B extended their perfect run to eight matches after outclassing Los Blancos.

    A-team star Sam Sollosi (2) and Ryan Cole also registered in a game where strikes from Sam Moss, Brad Gayer and Adam Goldman completed the rout.

    RJC boss Sam Rank told JC Sport: "The 100 per cent record is still there, and if the players keep the same focus, commitment and attitude I hope we can keep this going the whole way, as it would be some achievement."

    Blancos boss Nick Grosse told JC Sport: "It was a terrible day at the office. We simply weren't good enough."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Redbridge 2 Blancos 1

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    FAITHFOLD A P MACCABI LONDON LIONS B P

    Match abandoned after 15 minutes as Faithfold down to 7 men due to injury, with Lions leading 3-0

    DC Prediction: Faithfold 1 Lions 3

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    SCRABBLE P BRIXTON OLD BOYS P

    Match postponed – Brixton forfeited

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    DIVISION TWO

    TOP-SCORERS

    23 - Richard Fogelman (Faithfold B)

    17 - Jordan Sharifian (Temple Fortune)

    BOCA JEWNIORS 2 CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 1

    Boca won what Anton Nyman described as "a fiery game" with goals from Josh Cinna and Jamie Leboff.

    Catford's goal came via player-manager Jeff Gotch.

    Nyman told JC Sport: "We're hoping to start as we mean to go on in 2017!"

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Boca 1 Catford 4

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    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C 3 MILL HILL DONS 2

    Redbridge C started 2017 in style, with Barry Green and Rafe Neiman guiding them to victory in a five-goal thriller against Mill Hill Dons.

    Redbridge boss Josh Hambling told JC Sport: "Overall I'm delighted with the performance after a below par end to the year we have started off 2017 just how I'd hoped. What was great to see were the amount chances we created and the attitude of the players with that never say-die-spirit."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Redbridge 2 Dons 3

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    L’EQUIPE P NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C P

    Match postponed - Raiders forfeited

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