Last 16 spot for FC Team
Three goals from Mitch Lassman eased FC Team into the last 16 of the London FA Cup after they disposed of Sloan 6-0.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
A penalty from Laurence Myers helped Brady Maccabi A move to within two points of top spot as they drew 1-1 against London Maccabi Lions A.
Maccabi derby finishes honours even
Neasden maintain winning habit
Danny Caro And Craig Silver
Jordan Marks wins MGBSFL Player of the Season
Berlin boys took my breath away, says Nathan
Inter Aliyah ready to take on Israel's finest
Olim League round-up: November 2
Tigers sent packing by five-star Faith
Faithfold A progressed to the fourth round of the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup with a 5-2 victory over Barking Tigers
Bishops bashed by four-some Craig
Four goals from Oli Craig helped London Maccabi Lions Under 18s beat Bishops Stortford in the Herts County Cup.
Uni boys on rampage
Leeds JNF J-Uni stormed 11 points clear at the top of the Manchester Jewish Soccer League after recording two victories in the space of a few days.
Sloma’s in the dark
Grays midfielder Sam Sloma had his goal celebrations cut short in a first round replay when a floodlight failure forced the match to be abandoned.
GB Masters to send the A-team
Team GB have named a 19-man Over 35s Masters squad for next year's 18th Maccabiah Games Chai.
Benayoun: I’m going nowhere
Israel captain Yossi Benayoun has distanced himself from reports that he wants to leave Liverpool.
Maccabi Masters League review
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Pinner JFC weekend round-up
Tigers in a tail of two halves
Hendon Hawks Tigers played HMH Blue under 9's on the 16th November at Burnt Oak Leisure Centre.
Rocket Rubenstein is a bit of all white
HISHU White faced the familiar opposition of Hendon Hawks for a mouthwatering local derby.
Five-star Lions stun Rovers
Davody breaks Hendon hearts
Harmen strike Gold
Five-star Raiders crush Zionists
Eagle-eyed Bloom keeps Neasden on course
North West Neasden C kept up their promotion push with their second win over FC Heath in three weeks as a Stephen Bloom hat-trick led them to a comfortable 4-1 win.
Three cheers for Wingate
Wingate & Finchley gave themselves some breathing room ahead of the playoff chasing pack with a convincing away victory at Tilbury.
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