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Maccabi Masters review: April 7

    Glenthorne United B progressed to the semi-finals of the Nathan Horwitz MMFL Division 2 Cup after beating St John's Wood Tigers on penalties.

    Neither team could find the net in normal time and Glenthorne held their nerve to win the shoot-out 3-0 to set up a last four clash against Marshside.

    Marshside romped home 5-1 against Hendon Harriers thanks to strikes from  Fara Moghim (2), Ed Saleh, Geoff Isaacs and Dan Cuby. Yossi Arvatz grabbed a consolation for Hendon.

    Brady Maccabi A won the game of the day in Division One of the Maccabi Masters League, with a double from Dan Reuben steering them past title rivals Glenthorne United A.

    Steve Faye replied for Glenthorne who remain two points ahead of the east Londoners, having played a game more.

    Alex Bourne was the hat-trick hero as Southgate Harmen won a seven-goal thriller against South Mancs. James Temple sealed helped Harmen finish the weekend in top spot.

    Dean Schulberg fired a four-goal salvo as North London Raiders swept aside Waldaf Town 6-2 to move into second spot. Gary Cohen and Ashley Davidson finished the job. Alex Michaels and Steve Krieger replied for Waldaf.

    Mancs had been 4-0 down after just half an hour but they staged an excellent fightback with goals from Joel Nathan, Jason Rich and Nik Roman.

    In Division Two, a hat-trick from Marc Morris helped London Maccabi Lions come from a goal down to beat Temple Fortune. Darren Coon added the other. James Ryan and Adam Lustigman scored for Fortune.

    RESULTS

    NATHAN HORWITZ MMFL DIVISION 2 CUP (sponsored by Atlantis Travel)
    Glenthorne United B 0 St John’s Wood Tigers 0 (Glenthorne won 3-0 on penalties)
    Marshside 5 Hendon Harriers 1

    MACCABI MASTERS DIVISION ONE
    Brady Maccabi A2 Glenthorne United A 1
    South Mancunians 3 Southgate Harmen 4
    Waldaf Town 2 North London Raiders 6

    MACCABI MASTERS DIVISION TWO
    London Maccabi Lions 4 Temple Fortune 2

    HAT-TRICK HEROES
    Div 1 - Alex Bourne (Southgate Harmen), Dean Schulberg (North London Raiders)
    Div 2 - Marc Morris (London Maccabi Lions)

    TABLES

    DIVISION ONE
    1. Southgate Harmen Pl. 15, Pts. 20
    2. NL Raiders A Pl. 15, Pts. 19
    3. Glenthorne Utd A Pl. 12, Pts. 18
    4. Brady Maccabi A Pl. 11, Pts. 16
    5. Waldaf Town Pl. 12, Pts. 8
    6. South Mancunians Pl. 11, Pts. 7
    7. Scrabble Pl. 12, Pts. 2

    DIVISION TWO
    1. Glenthorne B Pl. 14, Pts. 23
    2. EDRS Stonegrove Pl. 14, Pts. 22
    3. LM Lions Pl. 12, Pts. 20
    4. St John's Wood Tigers Pl. 14, Pts. 19
    5. Brady B Pl. 15, Pts. 12
    6. Temple Fortune Pl. 14, Pts. 11
    7. Hendon Harriers Pl. 12, Pts. 9
    8. Glenthorne Utd C Pl. 13, Pts. 8
    9. Marshside Pl. 12, Pts. 8
    10. Ashlodge CPC Pl. 14, Pts. 3

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