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MJSL round-up: September 26

Marc Magid's South Manchester Sports 1st showed why they are hotly tipped to be vying for honours this season.

    New signing Jonny Franks was back among the goals, with Roy Fux, Louis Rawlings and Joe Glaskie also on target.

    South Manchester Sports 2nd came from behind to edge past Sedgley Park Celtic 2-1 in an ill-tempered game.

    Referee Allan Black cautioned seven players and sent off Sedgley's Mark Davis.

    Sedgley led via Saul Shapiro's penalty before Aaron Searle and an own goal won it for the hosts.

    Jacob Huller's hat-truck ensured Maccabi Manchester Blue began their new season in style.

    Huller's treble along with strikes from Mark Mann and Jeremy Rubens completed the 5-1 rout.

    Elliot Campbell grabbed Prestfield's consolation.

Football

Sedgley Park Celtics return to top of MJSL

Darren Witcoop

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Sedgley Park Celtics return to top of MJSL
Football

Berman sends Sedgley Park to the top

Darren Witcoop

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Berman sends Sedgley Park to the top
Football

Gastwirth frustrated after latest MJSL setback

Darren Witcoop

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Gastwirth frustrated after latest MJSL setback
Football

'Changes imminent at Reich,' says Gastwirth

Darren Witcoop

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

'Changes imminent at Reich,' says Gastwirth
Football

'Sedgley are the real deal,' says Shapiro

Darren Witcoop

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

'Sedgley are the real deal,' says Shapiro
Football

'MJSL standard is on the up,' says Bloomberg

Darren Witcoop

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

'MJSL standard is on the up,' says Bloomberg
Football

Prestfield withdrawal confirmed from MJSL

Darren Witcoop

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Prestfield withdrawal confirmed from MJSL
Community News

Sports club leader dies at 41

Darren Witcoop

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Sports club leader dies at 41
Football

Shiffman leads the way again for Haroldeans

Darren Witcoop

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Shiffman leads the way again for Haroldeans