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Super Soccer Sunday week 28 review

Hendon United boosted their title hopes with another win in the MGBSFL Premier, while Faithfold A were presented with the Division One title and Mill Hill Dons dropped points in their bid of the Division Two crown.

    PHOTOGALLERY: MACCABI MANCHESTER 2nd vs MACCABI LONDON LIONS BLUE

    PHOTOGALLERY: ML LIONS WHITE vs REDBRIDGE JC A

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    PETER MORRISON TROPHY SEMI-FINALS DRAW

    North London Raiders A vs Manchester Maccabi 1st or Maccabi London Lions White

    Manchester Maccabi 2nd vs Haroldeans or Redbridge Jewish Care A

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    BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY DRAW

    Faithfold B vs NL Raiders C
    Temple Fortune vsFC Team (Fortune won on penalties)
    - Semi-finals to be played April 15, Final - April 29 at Rowley Lane at 7.30pm

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    DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 28 AWARDS

    TEAM OF THE WEEK

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Gabe Silva (Maccabi Manchester 2nd)

    MANAGER OF THE WEEK: Jonny Rose (Maccabi Manchester 2nd) 

    GOAL OF THE WEEK David Farkash (Fairlop FC)

    SAVE OF THE WEEK Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune A)

    QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Doron Salomon (NL Raiders B)

    REFEREE OF THE WEEK: Josh Smith (Redbridge JC B vs NL Raiders B)

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    MATCHDAY 28 RESULTS

    PMT QUARTER-FINAL

    Manchester 2nd 1 ML Lions Blue 0 (MATCH REPORT)

    BGT QUARTER-FINALS

    Bayern Mincha 1 FC Team 2

    NL Raiders C 2 Straw Hat Pirates 0

    Temple Fortune 3 Real Hendon 3 (Fortune won on penalties)

    MGBSFL PREM DIV

    Camden Park 1 Hendon Utd 3 (MATCH REPORT)

    ML Lions White 2 Redbridge JC A 2 (MATCH REPORT)

    Oakwood A 5 Brady Maccabi 0 (MATCH REPORT)

    DIV ONE

    Oakwood B 1 Faithfold A 3 (MATCH REPORT)

    Redbridge 1 NL Raiders B 6 (MATCH REPORT)

    DIV TWO

    Fairlop FC 6 Faithfold B 1 (MATCH REPORT)

    Hertswood Vale 3 Mill Hill Dons 3 (MATCH REPORT)

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    JC HAT-TRICK HEROES

    PREM DIV - Leor Sidle (Oakwood A)

    DIV 2 - James Jaconelli (Fairlop FC)

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    JC TEAM OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    GK Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune A), Avi Garson (Faithfold A), James Milman (FC Team)

    DEFENDERS Gideon Caller, Aaron Luftig (Faithfold A), Matt Leader, Elad Hertshten (both NL Raiders B), Ryan Kangisser (FC Team), Sam Rubens (Maccabi Manchester 2nd), Alex Sherr, Jordan Sapler (both NL Raiders C),Toby Levy (Oakwood A)

    MIDFIELDERS Jack Mattey (ML Lions White), Ari Last (Hendon Utd), Dovi Vogel, Ben Shirbini (both Faithfold A), Simon Buchler, Jordan Nathan (both NL Raiders B), Mike Patterson (FC Team), Gabe Silva (Maccabi Manchester 2nd), Luke Brookner, Josh Cuby (both Oakwood A)

    STRIKERS James Jaconelli, David Farkash (both Fairlop FC), Adam Rones (FC Team), Leor Sidle (Oakwood A), Lloyd Becker (Temple Fortune A), Simon Lester (Maccabi Manchester 2nd)

    MANAGER Jacob Emanuel & Danny Hirchberger (Hertswood Vale), Mitch Young (FC Team), Jonny Rose (Maccabi Manchester 2nd)

    REFEREE Mark Jacob (Oakwood B vs Faithfold A), Josh Smith (Redbridge JC B vs NL Raiders B), Stuart Ansher (Bayern Mincha vs FC Team),  Josh Smith (Redbridge JC B vs NL Raiders B), David Lazarus (Fairlop FC vs Faithfold B), Neil Cooper (ML Lions White vs Redbridge JC A), Richard Jaye (Oakwood A vs Brady Maccabi)

    SEE NOMINATIONS

    Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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    JC GOAL OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - BEN SHIRBINI (Faithfold A) - A Premiership style goal. Quick, counter-attacking football, Gav Lewis received the ball, brought it forward and played Markiewicz down the right, he outmuscled one and ran past another to hit the ball low across the face of goal. Shirbini wanted it most, with strength and much exertion managed to slide in under enormous pressure

    - SIMON BUCHLER (NL Raiders B) - one of their goals of the season - starting with Ben Law in goal, every outfield player touched the ball before Buchler eventually found the net - Matt Leader performed a Cruyff-turn on the left touchline, played the ball forward to Josh Bharier who cut inside and laid a pass off for Buchler who arrowed a low drive into the corner of the net from 25 yards

    - ADAM RONES (FC Team) - nice one-touch play in midfield, Rones played the ball to Young who backheeled it back into Rones' path and he coolly slotted past the keeper

    - DAVID FARKASH (Fairlop FC) - we have waited a long time for David to score his first goal for the club, and boy was it worth the wait. After fantastic work by Joel Russell down the right-hand side, he fired a perfect ball into David, His first touch was a delicate Cruyff-turn, he then smashed home into the top corner to send the fans wild

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    JC SAVE OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - LEE FEGAN (Temple Fortune A) - saved a last minute penalty with the scores tied at 3–3 in the cup quarter-final against Real Hendon

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    JC QUOTE OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS

    - GREG CORIN (Hendon Utd) - "Big credit to Camden who showed that despite their league position, they are a good team with a number of experienced technically strong players and they made it a tight contest"

    - BRANDON HAMME (Mill Hill Dons) - "I would like to wish Ashley Hirschberger well after he looked to have picked up a injury late on, hope it’s not too serious. Finally, full credit to Hertswood Vale they didn’t make things easy for us"

    - DORON SALMON (NL Raiders B) - QUOTE 1 - "If that was the last game before retirement for some of our players, notably captain, Anthony Goodmaker, then it was the perfect way to go out"

    DORON SALMON (NL Raiders B) - QUOTE 2 - "In 2018 in particular we've been relentless and played some genuinely outstanding football. But for our game at home to Faithfold, we may well have ended up top!"

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    MGBSFL ROLL OF HONOUR

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

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

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

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    CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP FINAL

    Oakwood A vs Hendon Utd - April 29 at Rowley Lane

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    YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINALS

    MACCABI MANCHESTER 2nd 1 MACCABI LONDON LIONS BLUE 0

    A header from Gabe Silva sent Maccabi Manchester 2nd into the last four of the Jewish FA Cup following a hard fought win over Lions Blue at Brooklands.

    The decisive moment of a well-contested tie came on 75 minutes saw Silva leap highest to plant a towering header into the net following a long-throw from Adam Herman.

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    Jubilant Manchester joint-manager Jonny Rose told JC Sport: "It was a typical Peter Morrison Trophy tie, very tight and it always had 1-0 written all over it. Lions are a big, strong and physical team who surprised us. So the message to the boys was stay in the game and our superior fitness was an important factor. The rotation of the squad during the second half definitely won us the game.”

    Lions boss Sam Marchant told JC Sport: "We are disappointed because we felt with the teams left in the competition, we had a serious chance of going further, but at the end of the day, we are out the cup and we now just focus on our last game of the season."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Manchester 2 Lions 1

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    BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY QUARTER-FINALS

    TEMPLE FORTUNE A 3 REAL HENDON 3 (Fortune won 4-3 on penalties)

    Lee Fegan was the hero of the hour as Temple Fortune squeezed into the semi-finals after a nail-biting penalty shoot-out win over Division Two rivals Real at Silver Jubilee Park.

    With the scores deadlocked at 3-3, Fegan rescued Fortune with a last-minute penalty save in normal time, before saving another in the shoot-out. 

    Prior to that, two goals by Lloyd Becker and one by Steven Black gave Fortune parity with a Real Hendon side that in truth shaded the tie. But Simon Linden's team dug in despite Brett Stead's late sending off (for a second yellow card) to reach the semi-final of this competition for the fourth time. Lloyd Becker, MIke Woolf, captain Adam Speck and Ami Wynbourne scored in the shoot-out.

    Fortune manager Simon Linden told JC Sport: "You have to feel for Real Hendon, they deserved to win this game especially in the first half. We couldn’t get in the game and it was one way traffic but we took our chances. Sometimes you have to have a bit of luck at this level. I think the boys deserve to be in a semi-final after the season we have had." added Simon. "We look forward to the draw – it will be my fourth semi-final in this competition but I’ve yet to make a final so let’s hope the boys deliver!"

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    BAYERN MINCHA 1 FC TEAM 2

    Bayern Mincha's hopes of a league and cup double after over after they were beaten 2-1 at home by FC Team following goals from Adam Rones and Ryan Kangisser.

    FC Team player-manager Mitch Young told JC Sport: Any win in the cup is a great win but to knock out the favourites is very pleasing, especially as we have not beaten them this season. In truth, the game should have been put to bed in the first half but we gave them hope and they scored a goal to equalise. Overall our experience shone through to see out the game and we are delighted to be in the semi-finals. Sunday morning football is all about cup finals and we are going to be doing our up most to retain our trophy. Bring on the draw!"

    Adam Biton scored for Bayern, but joint-manager Daniel Holder commented: "Sadly we couldn’t give too much attention to this cup with over 10 absentees including the likes of Ellis, Nussbaum, Fink, Salter and keeper Nyman. With just 11 players available, it was a valiant effort from the lads and on another day we could’ve nicked it as Dayan hit the bar in the closing stages. There were one or two positives to take from the game - this included the returning from injury of Alon Pinhas who came on and got the assist for the goal and had an encouraging display.

    "But the big news came from Borehamwood as Hertswood Vale took points off the Dons, massively boosting our promotion chances. With six points kicking in due to Temple Fortune's forfeits, a win against Fairlop on the final day sees us crowned champions, while MH Dons cannot afford to drop any more points."

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    NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 2 STRAW HAT PIRATES 0

    Raiders C booked their place in the semis after securing a 2-0 win over the Pirates with strikes from Jordan Sapler and Alex Goodman.

    NLR boss Sam Rose told JC Sport: “It was a really assured and confident performance at Brunel. This was the second game in a row we played 3-5-2 and it paid off for us, helping us to control the midfield really well and play front-foot-football.

    "I was impressed by how the team have continued to play for each other the last few weeks and adapted to a different formation with different roles. We scored from two mistakes from the SHP goalkeeper but in truth, we were controlling the game and should have scored more. Had SHP had their shooting boots on it may have been a different story, but they gave us a really tough game and made us work for the result.”

    “Raiders C always enjoy a good end of season cup tournament and this season will be no exception – we have fond memories of our victory against Raiders Masters last season and will be looking for repeat success this year too.”

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    MGBSFL PREM DIV

    LEAGUE TABLE

    TOP 2

    1. Hendon Utd Pl. 10, W. 8, Pts. 25

    2. Oakwood A Pl. 10, W. 7, Pts. 23

    CAMDEN PARK 1 HENDON UNITED SPORTS 3

    Strikes from Zac Lewis, Rocky Spitzer and an own goal saw Hendon secure their ninth league win of the season to boost their title hopes in the Hadley FC derby in a game when lowly Camden had opened the scoring.

    Jubilant Hendon boss Greg Corin told JC Sport: "It was a vital win for this football club today. It could have been a banana skin but we stayed focus and got the job done."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Camden 0 Hendon 4

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    MACCABI LONDON LIONS WHITE 2 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 2

    Lions White concluded their league campaign with a draw courtesy of strikes from James Gold and Jamie Cohen.

    Steve Summers and Russell Goldstein registered for Redbridge who led 2-0 at half-time.

    RJC boss Jon Jacobs told JC Sport: "It was a good, battling performance and deserved point."

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Lions 2 RJC 1

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    OAKWOOD A 5 BRADY MACCABI 0

    LEOR SIDLE was the hat-trick hero as defending champs Oakwood remain two points off leaders Hendon United after a five-star victory over Brady - meaning they have not conceded for more than 270 minutes.

    David Woolman and Kyle Bentwood joined the party and joint-manager Dan Kristall told JC Sport: "It was a superb performance and win - we are playing really well and seem to be hitting form at the right time of the season."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Oakwood 2 Brady 1

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    DIVISION ONE

    LEAGUE TABLE

    TOP 2

    1. Faithfold A (CHAMPIONS) Pl. 13, W. 9, Pts. 30

    2. North London Raiders B (Runner-up) Pl. 13, W. 8, Pts. 26

    OAKWOOD B 1 FAITHFOLD A 3

    Champions Faithfold A returned to winning ways by ending Oakwood's automatic promotion hopes, before they were presented with the Division One shield at the Hive.

    Avi Markiewicz, Ben Shirbini and Amit Dinowitz were the marksmen for Faithfold. Redbridge's consolation came via top-scorer Dan Gordon.

    Jubilant Faithfold player-manager Markiewicz told JC Sport: "At the end medals were handed out to each player and the Division One Trophy was presented with champagne flowing and brought an end to a memorable season for the Superhoops. Everyone involved with the club and everyone that contributed to the Faithfold team over the course of the season must be acknowledged, in particular however Zalmy Cohen, Avi Mocton, Dovi Vogel, Avi Garson and Aaron Luftig. Rob Shooman too, and a special mention to David Garson."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Oakwood 2 Faithfold 2

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    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 1 NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B 6

    Raiders B were confirmed as Division One runners-up after hitting Redbridge B for six on a memorable morning in Fairlop.

    Joint-manager Doron Salomon told JC Sport L'Orange "played some of their best football of the season," as Matt Leader (2), Simon Buchler, Jake Gilbert, Anthony Goodmaker and Jordan Nathan eased them home. Dan Gordon had earlier levelled for RJC.

    A delighted Salmon told JC Sport: "Jonny and I can reflect on a successful campaign in which we've a very good chance of ending up with the best attacking and defensive records in the league."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: RJC 2 NLR 2

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    LOS BLANCOS P SCRABBLE FC P

    Match postponed - Scrabble forfeited

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    DIVISION TWO

    LEAGUE TABLE

    TOP 4

    1. Bayern Mincha Pl. 17, W. 13, Pts. 41

    2. Mill Hill Dons Pl. 16, W. 13, Pts. 39

    3. FC Team Pl. 18, W. 11, Pts. 35

    4. Fairlop FC Pl. 13, W. 10, Pts. 31

    HERTSWOOD VALE 3 MILL HILL DONS 3

    Mill Hill Dons's title hopes were dealt a blow as they conceded a late leveller in a six-goal thriller against Hertswood.

    Vale stormed into a 2-0 lead via Josh Cohen (2) before the Dons recovered to lead 3-2 via Zach Cohen, Harry Moss and Josh Cinna, but there was a late sting in the tale as the hosts scored a third via an own goal, which Jack Shulman is claiming.

    Vale joint-manager Jacob Emanuel told JC Sport: "I don’t think anyone expected us to take anything from the match, but to take a point after the Dons fought back from 2-0 down to lead 3-2 showed great mental strength."

    Disappointed Dons boss Brandon Hamme told JC Sport: "Promotion will now be a very difficult task, but we will continue to give it our all and fight till the very end."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Vale 2 Dons 3

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    FAIRLOP FC 6 FAITHFOLD B 1

    A treble from JAMES JACONELLI saw Fairlop's title hopes continue to gather momentum as they moved to within a point of third place FC Team after a 6-1 demolition of cup semi-finalists Faithfold.

    Further goals from captain Brad Gayer, David Farkash and an own goal completed the rout for Aaron Dias's men.

    Fairlop boss Aaron Dias told JC Sport: "Overall, I was fairly happy with the result and performance - it certainly wasn't the most exciting game of football we have had this season but with the disappointment of the cup elimination and the frustration of travelling all the way to Uxbridge last week to have the game cancelled, it was good to play and get another win out the way."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Fairlop 6 Faithfold 0

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