SEASON 2017/18 ROLL OF HONOUR
PETER MORRISON TROPHY: WINNERS – Maccabi London Lions White, Runners-up - Haroldeans
CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP: WINNERS - Oakwood A, Runners-up - Hendon Utd
BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY: WINNERS - Faithfold B, Runners-up - Temple Fortune
PREMIER DIVISION: CHAMPIONS - Hendon Utd, Runners-up - Oakwood A
DIVISION ONE: CHAMPIONS - Faithfold A, Runners-up - North London Raiders B
DIVISION TWO: CHAMPIONS - Fairlop FC, Runners-up – Bayern Mincha
MOST GOALS SCORED: Team – FC Team 79, Individual – Adam Ellis 31
FEWEST GOALS CONCEDED: Fairlop FC
YOUR WEEKEND REVIEW STARTS HERE:
JC TEAM OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS
GK Adam Solomons (Scrabble FC)
DEFENDERS Pierce Prince, Darryl Rubin, Bradley Porter (all Fairlop FC), Tony Gold (Scrabble FC)
MIDFIELDERS Joel Russell (Fairlop FC), Josh Pugh (Scrabble FC)
STRIKERS Daniel Rosen (Fairlop FC), Zac Summerfield (Scrabble FC)
JC GOAL OF THE WEEK CONTENDERS
- BRADLEY GAYER (Fairlop FC) - second of the afternoon, picked up the ball on the halfway line, travelled 10 yards and lobbed the keeper from 40 yards, great vision to see the opportunity and even better skill to execute the goal
MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION
1.Hendon Utd Pl. 14, W. 12, Pts. 37 (CHAMPIONS)
2. Oakwood A Pl. 14, W. 9, Pts. 29
1. Faithfold A Pl. 14, W. 10, Pts. 33 (CHAMPIONS)
2. North London Raiders B Pl. 14, W. 9, Pts. 29
SCRABBLE FC 3 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C 3
Goals from Lee Cutler, Dan Gordon and Steve Summers helped Redbridge C overturn a two-goal deficit to secure a point after a six-goal thriller against Scrabble.
Youngsters Zac Summerfield and Oli Richardson had put Scrabble in charge, but RJC halved the deficit on the stroke of half-time. Zak McLeod restored Scrabble's two-goal advantage with a third, but Redbridge finished strongly, with two goals in the last 15 minutes hauling them level.
Scrabble manager Ray Abrahams told JC Sport: "To concede so deep into added time was a blow for us and just about summed up this rollercoaster of a season for our squad."
1. Fairlop FC Pl. 16, W. 9, Pts. 49 (CHAMPIONS)
2. Bayern Mincha Pl. 20, W. 15, Pts. 47
NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 1 FAIRLOP FC 5
Daniel Garfinkle, Pierce Prince, Daniel Rosen and Bradley Gayer (2) helped Fairlop FC were crowned champions of Division Two after a five-star win over Raiders C.
NLR's consolation came via Ben Kaye.
Jubilant Fairlop boss Aaron Dias told JC Sport: "We are delighted to have finally secured the title. It's been a great first season for us and we are all delighted that it has finished with silverware. Today comes at the cost of our Mr Consistent Pierce Prince as he starts his new life in Los Angeles - we wish him all the very best in his new adventure. It was a good game of football, credit to NLR C for getting a team together, they played the game in the right spirit. We will certainly enjoy ourselves over the coming weeks but attention will soon turn to next year, where we will on the hunt for more silverware."
NLR manager Sam Rose told JC Sport: "“Firstly congratulations to Fairlop on winning the league. They’re a well-run team that were the best team in our league this year and deserved their promotion. I’m proud of the boys that put on the orange shirt for us this Sunday, playing nearly 70 minutes with 10 men – stepping up and taking responsibility for representing the team."