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Super Soccer Sunday week 13 review

Second division RC UK FC caused the upset of the round as they sent Premier Division high-flyers Oakwood crashing out of the Peter Morrison Trophy, while Hendon United A extended their lead at the top of the MGBSFL.

    Second division RC UK FC caused the upset of the round as they sent Premier Division high-flyers Oakwood crashing out of the Peter Morrison Trophy, while Hendon United A extended their lead at the top of the MGBSFL.

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    VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: SCRABBLE FC vs OAKWOOD B

    MATCH PHOTOS: SCRABBLE vs OAKWOOD B

    DANNY CARO'S NOVEMBER AWARDS

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    MATCHDAY 13 RESULTS

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY
    Athletic Bilbaum 0 Faithfold B 3
    Oakwood A 0 RC UK FC 1
    Maccabi London Lions A 3 Maccabi London Lions B 2
    North London Raiders A 4 Redbridge Jewish Care B 3 (AET)

    MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION
    Hendon Utd A 7 FC Team A 0

    DIVISION ONE
    Los Blancos 0 Finchley City 1
    Scrabble FC 3 Oakwood B 1

    DIVISION TWO
    Catford & Bromley 1 Real Hendon 2
    Hertswood Vale 2 Temple Fortune 2
    Mill Hill Dons 7 FC Team B 1
    Redbridge Jewish Care C 5 Boca Jewniors 1

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    JC HAT-TRICK HEROES
    Prem Div - Zac Lewis (Hendon Utd A)
    Div 2 - Zach Cohen (Mill Hill Dons)

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    DANNY CARO'S MATCHDAY 13 AWARDS

    PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Eli Shebson (RC UK FC)

    MANAGER OF THE WEEK: Avi Markiewicz (RC UK FC)

    GOAL OF THE WEEK: Jonti Aremband (RC UK FC)

    SAVE OF THE WEEK: Netanel Kind (RC UK FC)

    QUOTE OF THE WEEK: Avi Markiewicz (RC UK FC)

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    JC TEAM OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    GK - Yaacov Goldin (Hertswood Vale), Dov Owen (Real Hendon), Scott Shear (Redbridge Jewish Care B)

    DEFENDERS: - Aaron Luftig, Yisroel Lewis, Gideon Caller (all RC UK FC), Josh Barnett, Ben Kfir (both Faithfold B), Theo Gluckstein, Ashley Hirschberger (both Hertswood Vale), Rafi Addlestone, Gilad Kestenbaum (both Real Hendon), Dan Adleman, Dan Andrews, Scott Kay (both Redbridge Jewish Care B), Josh Bentley, Brandon Sassoon (both Scrabble FC), Harry Marlow (ML Lions A), Dan Lipman (Redbridge JC C), Daniel Sinclair (Finchley City), Joe Cohen (NL Raiders A)

    MIDFIELDERS: Dudi Edryei, Avi Mocton, Eli Shebson (all RC UK FC), Ben Mandel (Hertswood Vale), Richard Hayim (Mill Hill Dons), Daniel Bean, Adam Goldman, Dean Ben Yosef (all Redbridge Jewish Care B), Josh Bharier Dan Stock, Elliot Espinoza (all Scrabble FC), Adam Burchell (ML Lions A), Jacob Kaye, Craig Phillips, Josh Hambling (both Redbridge JC C), Oli Sade (Finchley City), Nick Lewis (NL Raiders A)

    STRIKERS - Yehuda Korman, Zac Lewis (both Hendon United A), Zack Cohen (Mill Hill Dons), Benny Goldberg (Real Hendon), Danny Sherman (Scrabble FC), Barry Green (Redbridge JC C)

    MANAGER: Avi Markiewicz (RC UK FC), Chaim Gothold (Real Hendon), David Garson & James Stanton (Faithfold B), Will Beresford (ML Lions A), Ray Abrahams (Scrabble FC)

    REFEREE: - Andy Demetriades (Scrabble FC vs Oakwood B), Keith Goodman (Oakwood A vs RC UK FC), Bob Caplin (Hertswood Vale vs Temple Fortune), Dave Lazarus (RJC C v Boca Jewniors)

    SEE NOMINATIONS

    Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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    JC GOAL OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    - JONTI AREMBAND (RC UK FC) - Gideon Caller won the ball deep and wide on the left, fed a lovely ball to Jonti on the half way line. Jonti left three Oakwood players in his wake sucking on their dummies before letting fly with a fizzing drive from 20 yards that perfectly found the bottom corner. 

    - SAM GARSON (Faithfold B) - took a touch with his right foot before belting it from 30 yards with his weaker left foot. It dipped and swerved past the keeper

    - JOSH PUGH (Scrabble FC) - hit 'a worldie' from 25 yards

    - DAN LIPMAN (Redbridge JC C) - a 25-yard left-foot thunderbolt from the corner of the 18 yard box (he is right footed)

    - JACOB KAYE (Redbridge JC C) - a fantastic solo effort passing four players before burying it past the keeper capping off a brilliant game

    - RICHARD HAYIM (Mill Hill Dons) - Zach Cohen delivered a beautiful rabonna pass to Harry Moss on the wing who crossed it for Richard Hayim who put it away calmly

    - BEN MANDEL (Hertswood Vale) - stunning 35-yarder equaliser against Temple Fortune

    - DANIEL SELIGMAN (Oakwood B) - straight from a corner, top bin. Thank you very much

    - NICK LEWIS (NL Raiders A) - GOAL 1 - picked up the ball on the semi-circle, played a couple of one-twos, went past the RJC centre-back and finished brilliantly with left slice drilled half volley to give NLR A a 3-2 lead

    - NICK LEWIS (NL Raiders A) - GOAL 2 - picked up the ball, drove at the RJC B backline and unleashed a fantastic shot from 25 yards into the top corner - a strike worthy of winning any match

    - OLI SADE (Finchley City) - free-kick from 25 yards deep into stoppage time won the match and worth worth the admission fee alone

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    JC SAVE OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    - NATI KIND (RC UK FC) - a shot that looked a certain goal until at full stretch, Kind managed to tip the ball on to the bar and over

    - DOV OWEN (Real Hendon) - pulled off a remarkable save towards the end to secure the win against Catford

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    JC QUOTE OF THE WEEK: THE CONTENDERS

    - AVI MARKIEWICZ (RC UK FC) - QUOTE 1 - "Best win of the season? Surely must be so. We are fourth in Division Two and we beat a team who are third in the Prem, have the best defence and have lost one game all season. Am I surprised? Absolutely not. The predictions had a massive 4-0 win to Oakwood, almost as bad as some of Lawro's predictions, I think it's time for someone to eat their words!"

    - AVI MARKIEWICZ (RC UK FC) - QUOTE 2 - "Credit must go to Oakwood, it is not easy to lose to a team a division below, never mind two but they remained positive and didn't get on each other's backs. They were then very dignified in defeat, gracefully congratulating us on a the win."

    - RAY ABRAHAMS (Scrabble FC) - "The pre-match comments by the Oakwood manager, whilst they were a friendly bit of banter, certainly helped us as there is nothing better than dealing with that sort of thing on the pitch with our football and walking away with the points. I am one very happy Scrabble manager!

    - JOSH HAMBLING (Redbridge JC C) - QUOTE 1 - "Today was a good, professional type of display just not by professional footballers, although I'm sure most Jewish lads believe they're as good as Messi"

    - JOSH HAMBLING (Redbridge JC C) - QUOTE 2 - "There were some great performances all-round, none more so than myself. Being a player-manager has its advantages and disadvantages. As most other managers who are in the same boat you always feel reluctant to start or give yourself a full game for the good of the team. Today I thought after our recent run I'll give myself an early Chanukah treat and play the full 90. Bossed the midfield, won everything in the air, dictated play. Jon Jacobs will be calling me up next week I'm certain of it!"

    - DAVID GARBACZ (Hendon A) - "Zac Lewis produced an absolute finishing master-class. Every time he picks the ball up 20 yards out with a couple of defenders in front of him you know he is going to score. It is an incredible feeling - he was so good I felt like taking him off as it just wasn't fair to the opposition. All of his goals were brilliant, but it wasn't just about Zac. The whole team played with great confidence and it was a joy to watch"

    - SAM RANK (Redbridge JC B) - "It's very disappointing to see three games forfeited this weekend. Sunday Jewish football is about playing football with your Jewish friends and enjoying yourself, because you love the game. Of course your going to have the best teams, and the not so great teams. But to see team forfeiting, this completely disrespects the Peter Morrison Cup"

    - JOEL HOLDER (Finchley City) - "When Sade stepped up to take the free-kick from 25 yards deep into stoppage time, his team-mates all felt on the touchline that he still had some magic left. When the ball left his foot, mayhem erupted, it was utter carnage.


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    PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND TWO DRAW

    CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP QUARTER-FINAL DRAW

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    YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:

    PETER MORRISON TROPHY ROUND THREE

    OAKWOOD A 0 RC UK FC 1
    A goal-of-the-season contender from Jonti Aremband earned second division RC UK FC the upset of the round as they sent Premier Division high-flyers Oakwood crashing out of the cup.

    Jubilant RC UK FC player-manager Avi Markiewicz told JC Sport: "Best win of the season? Surely must be so. We are fourth in Division Two and we beat a team who are third in the Prem, have the best defence and have lost one game all season. Am I surprised? Absolutely not. The predictions had a massive 4-0 win to Oakwood, almost as bad as some of Lawro's predictions, I think it's time for someone to eat their words!"

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Oakwood 4 RC UK 0

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    ATHLETIC BILBAUM 0 FAITHFOLD B 3
    Second division Faithfold B surprised Division One strugglers Athletic Bilbaum to book their place in round four of the Jewish FA Cup, courtesy of strikes from Louis Taylor, Jeremy Teacher and Sam Garson.

    Sam Garson told JC Sport: "It felt good to hold on to a lead and in fact we got stronger as the game progressed. We were solid at the back and creative going forward." When asked about his cracking goal he told reporters, "It's just Garson instinct!"

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Bilbaum  2 Faithfold 3

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    MACCABI LONDON LIONS A 3 MACCABI LONDON LIONS B 2
    A late strike from Charlie Rubin helped Maccabi London Lions A come from two goals down to end the cup aspirations of Lions B in a five-goal thriller.

    A first-half double from Michael Kenley had put Lions B in charge, but two goals from man-of-the-match Adam Burchell gave Lions A a lifeline before Rubin settled it in the closing stages.

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Lions A 2 Lions B 0

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    NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 4 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 3 (AET)
    Double winners Raiders A needed extra-time to see off first division Redbridge B in Wembley.

    Goals from Nick Lewis (2), David Cohen and Jack Roberts sent NLR through.

    Dan Orgel, Scott Kaye and Kane Hopps struck for RJC.

    NLR boss Dan Shafron told JC Sport: "Credit to Redbridge, they came with a game-plan and very nearly executed it. They worked incredibly hard, defended us well and took their three chances when they came. We made really hard work of it but a win is a win and we're relieved to be through to the next round."

    RJC boss Sam Rank told JC Sport: "Fair play to Raiders, who found it frustrating at times, but won the cup tie with a brilliant goal. We wish them good luck for the remainder of competition, unless they play our A team!"

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: NLR 3 RJC 1

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    MATCHES OFF
    Brixton Old Boy P Brady Maccabi P - Brixton forfeited
    NL Raiders B vs Woodford Wanderers - Woodford forfeited
    Redbridge Jewish Care A vs NL Raiders C P - Raiders forfeited

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    MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION

    LEAGUE TABLES

    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

    HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A 7 FC TEAM A 0
    A fab four-goal salvo from ZAC LEWIS helped Hendon A extend their lead at the top of the table as they finished in seventh heaven against FC Team.

    Further strikes from Dovi Fehler, Josh Harris and Yehuda Korman added the gloss for David Garbacz's men. 

    Delighted Hendon boss David Garbacz told JC Sport: "If we can keep it up we will be incredibly hard to overhaul. Congratulations to my boys today - simply magnificent."

    FC Team manager Mitch Young told JC Sport: "When we do not have our strongest 11 against the top three sides in the division, I need everyone to perform to their best. I'm not one of my players were anywhere near that today and we were deservedly beaten."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Hendon 3 Team 1

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    DIVISION ONE
     
    LEAGUE TABLES
     
    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES
     
    LOS BLANCOS 0 FINCHLEY CITY FC 1
    A stunning 92nd minute free-kick from Oli Sade boosted Finchley City's promotion hopes as they edged past Los Blancos.

    Finchley boss Joel Holder told JC Sport: "We are quietly climbing up the league and I think we are establishing ourselves as a force to be reckoned with."


    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Blancos 1 Finchley 3

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    SCRABBLE FC 3 OAKWOOD B 1
    Ray Abrahams saluted his players after they produced their performance of the season to leapfrog in-form Oakwood B with goals from Josh Bentley, Josh Pugh and Dan Sherman.

    SEE VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

    Jubilant Scrabble boss Ray Abrahams told JC Sport: "We are closing in on the top three and as I've said before, this League will go to the wire with three or four clubs in contention and looking to win the league, but we are happy to have three more points in the bag after today's performance."

    SEE MATCH PHOTOS

    Oaks boss Jason Stein told JC Sport: "Unfortunately we let ourselves down - especially in the second half - and it just didn't work out. We've now got to bounce straight back next week against Los Blancos."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Scrabble 1 Oakwood 1

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    DIVISION TWO

    LEAGUE TABLES

    FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

    CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI 1 REAL HENDON 2
    A deadly double from player-manager Chaim Gothold ensured Real heaped more misery on an out-of-sorts Catford.

    Real match-winner Gothold told JC Sport: "We rode our luck a bit, but going into the break 1-0 down we did very well in the second half to win the game. We worked extremely well as a team and can be proud of our performance today."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Catford 3 Real 2

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    HERTSWOOD VALE 2 TEMPLE FORTUNE 2
    Hertswood dented Temple Fortune's hopes with a surprise point - their first of the season - in a game where the red-hot Jordan Sharafian and Gab Stone registered for the visitors.

    Josh Gorb had put Vale ahead with his second of the season before Fortune turned the game on its head to go 2-1 up. But a sensational goal-of-the-week contender from Ben Mandel from fully 35 yards earned Vale a point.

    TFFC boss Simon Linden told JC Sport: "There's not a lot to say, it was a disappointing performance and the boys know that. It should have been a comfortable win, there's no excuses. Well done to Hertswood and I wish them a lot of luck for the rest of the season."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Vale 1 Fortune 4

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    MILL HILL DONS 7 FC TEAM B 1
    ZACK COHEN was the hat-trick hero as Mill Hill Dons registered their biggest win since joining the league, crushing FC Team B 7-1. 

    Richard Hayim (2) and one from Adam Isaacs completed the rout.

    Jacob Symons fired a consolation for FC Team.

    Proud Dons boss Brandon Hamme told JC Sport: "I think today was the best we played all season, we looked very comfortable throughout both going forward and defensively. We look so much better than we did a few months ago and I have to give credit to all the players because they have completely bought into the system and have given it 100 per cent yet again."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: Dons 2 Team 0

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    REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C 5 BOCA JEWNIORS 1
    Redbridge C boosted their promotion hopes with goals from Barry Green, Dan Lipman, Craig Phillips, Jacob Kaye and Ben Oldstein easing them past Boca.

    Anton Nyman snatched a consolation for Boca with his second goal in two games.

    After seeing his team finish the weekend in the top three, RJC player-manager Josh Hambling told JC Sport: "I'm not getting carried away with this game. Next week is Faithfold away where it will be a different contest altogether. We're confident in getting the job done so as long as we stay focused and train hard in the week then we should do the double on them."

    Boca scorer Anton Nyman told JC Sport: "Two early and perhaps avoidable goals in either half really did the damage for us today. And despite the consolation strike, we were missing too many key players to make a real impact on the game."

    SEE MATCH REPORT

    DC Prediction: RJC 4 Boca 0

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