Sollosi brothers score nine as Redbridge hit dozen goals in cup
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Sollosi brothers score nine as Redbridge hit dozen goals in cup

Premier Division side thrash their B team to book place in last eight of Peter Morrison Trophy

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

Sam and Nathan Sollosi scored nine goals between them as Redbridge A thrashed their B team 12 in Peter Morrison Trophy.

SUNDAY’S RESULTS AT A GLANCE (SCROLL DOWN FOR FULL REVIEW):

PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16:
Catford & Bromley 2 Maccabi London Lions White 7
Redbridge Jewish Care A 12 Redbridge Jewish Care B 2

CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP SEMI-FINALS:
Brady Maccabi 2 Hendon United Sports 3

Los Blancos 0 Oakwood A 1

SUPPLEMENT CUP COMPETITION – GROUP B1:
Scrabble P Temple Fortune A P
MATCH POSTPONED

PREMIER DIVISION:
Camden Park P North London Raiders A P
MATCH POSTPONED – WATERLOGGED PITCH

DIVISION TWO:
FC Team 2 Bayern Mincha 2 
Hertswood Vale P Mill Hill Dons P
North London Raiders C 3 Faithfold B 2

Temple Fortune B 1 Straw Hat Pirates 3

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16 DRAW:

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LEAGUE GOALSCORERS CHART (League & Cup)

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TEAM OF THE WEEK NOMINATIONS:

GOALKEEPER:
David Gordon (FC Team)

DEFENCE:
Marc Rister (Brady Maccabi)
Dan Howard (Hendon United)
Ben Kon (Hendon United)
Dale Bradman (Oakwood A)
Simon Davies (Oakwood A)
Simeon Cohen (Straw Hat Pirates)
Joel Newman (Straw Hat Pirates)

MIDFIELD:
David Grossman (FC Team)
Josh Harris (Hendon United)
Nathan Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Jono Nesbitt (Straw Hat Pirates)

STRIKERS:
Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha)
Sam Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A)

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SEE WHO MADE IT INTO TEAM OF THE WEEK…

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GOALS OF THE WEEK:

1) Aron Gale (Straw Hat Pirates) – Picked the ball up 30 yards out, beat two defenders before rifling the ball into the top corner of the net

2) Sam Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A) – Straight from the kick-off, saw the goalkeeper off his line, and hitting the ball perfectly, saw it sail into the goal

3) Mordy Weiler (Hendon United) – Ran with the ball from just inside his own half, played a one-two with Rocky Spitzer, before finishing past the goalkeeper

4) Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha) – Straight from kick-off, side strung a few passes together which found Ellis, who 25 yards out, struck a beautiful finish into the bottom right

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SAVES OF THE WEEK:

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QUOTES OF THE WEEK:

1) Elliot Cukier (Straw Hat Pirates) – “He even managed to get through the game without rushing to the toilet! An achievement if there ever was one!”

2) Simeon Cohen (Straw Hat Pirates) – “Aron cannot score from two yards in front of the goal, but from 30 yards, its second nature to him……makes no sense at all!”

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY LAST 16:

CATFORD & BROMLEY (2) 2 MACCABI LONDON LIONS WHITE (PREM) 7
Lions safely booked their place into the last eight with this comfortable win.

Adam ArnoldOllie Craig and Jamie Cohen scored two each, with Sam Hammerton also on target.

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REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A (PREM) 12 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B (1) 2
Jon Jacobs’ A team showed no mercy to their B side as nine goals from the Sollosi brothers helped them to this emphatic win.

Nathan scored five times, Sam four, with Nate Kashkett’s double and Scott Oldstein’s strike completing the rout.

Daniel Gordon and Yoni Fialka scored the B’s consolation goals.

Jacobs told jewishnews.co.uk: “It was a good professional performance.”

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CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP SEMI-FINALS:

BRADY MACCABI (PREM) 2 HENDON UNITED SPORTS (PREM) 3
Hendon won this all-Premier Division clash as they edged this five-goal tussle to book their place in the final.

Yoav Kestenbaum, Mordy Weiler and Ari Last scored to send them to Wingate, with player-manager Greg Corin telling jewishnews.co.uk: “This has to be my most pleasing win as Hendon manager. Apart from the fact we booked our place in the Anekstein semi-finals, this was a performance of hard work, competing for the ball as a team and scoring team goals. 

“We struggled to put together 11 available players again today and a big thank you to Ben Kon and Dan Howard who stepped in to the team and were absolutely superb. 

“Brady had a very good team out against us and gave it their all but for me we were the better team and deserved the victory. 

“Hendon always play the game in the right way and in giving such a dedicated performance, it really was a pleasure to manage and I am delighted for the team. 

“I have heard we’re playing Oakwood in the final and I must say it’s the tie we wanted. They’re a strong team and we look forward to the game towards the end of the season.”

Reiss Mogilner scored twice for Brady, for whom manager Joel Nathan told jewishnews.co.uk: “In a close game we just came up short against a very good Hendon team. We made a couple of defensive mistakes and they proved costly, but we showed great spirit to draw level via Reiss  early on in the second half when we were on top and should have taken advantage at that stage, but let them back in again and then we were chasing the game and gave away a third just before the 90 minutes were up. We kept going and got a well deserved penalty, but time then ran out.

“The boys did themselves proud today and no one could walk off that pitch without saying they didn’t put a shift in, I’d also like to mention Marc Rister who had an outstanding game at right-back.

“We carry on again next week against Hendon again and hopefully this time will make it third time lucky.”

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LOS BLANCOS (1) 0 OAKWOOD A (PREM) 1
They made hard work of it, but Leor Sidle’s early goal proved to be enough to see the Premier Division champions through.

Manager Daniel Kristall told jewishnews.co.uk: “We missed a hat-ful of chances, but we are in the final which was our objective pre match.

“It was a tough game in difficult windy conditions. Credit to our visitors who battled well and stayed in the game. Having said that, we had enough chances to win several games, but couldn’t quite finish the game off and so at 1-0, it is always a bit nervy. We defended well as a unit and kept a clean sheet which is pleasing as we haven’t kept enough this season. I think that has been mainly down to our injuries and changes to our back four.

“In cup football, it doesn’t matter how many you win games, as long as you get through. We knew Blancos would be bang up for it and give it everything which they did, but ultimately the best team definitely won.

“We are very excited for a big cup final against Hendon, It should be one for the spectators.  I think our squad has been tested to the max this season, so it is an excellent achievement to be back in the final.

“For now, we will forget about it and focus on five cup finals in the league, starting with a trip to Lions in a fortnight.”

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SUPPLEMENT CUP COMPETITION – GROUP B1:

SCRABBLE P TEMPLE FORTUNE A P
MATCH POSTPONED

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PREMIER DIVISION:
FIXTURES & RESULTS:
TABLE:

CAMDEN PARK P NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A P
MATCH POSTPONED – WATERLOGGED PITCH

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DIVISION ONE:
FIXTURES & RESULTS
TABLE

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DIVISION TWO:
FIXTURES & RESULTS
TABLE

FC TEAM 2 BAYERN MINCHA 2
Mincha increased their lead at the top of the table to five points, though were frustrated by a super Team performance as they were held to this draw.

Player-manager Mitch Young and Richard Salmon scored for the hosts, with Young telling jewishnews.co.uk: “We were the better team and should have won. We created a number of clear-cut opportunities in the first half and the game should have been out of sight.

“However, with Adam Ellis they were always a threat and the three chances that they created all game he scored two of them. Without him it would have been very comfortable but there you go. The football we played in the first half was excellent and we enjoyed the game”

Adam Ellis scored twice for the leaders, for whom player-manager Alon Pinhas told jewishnews.co.uk: “It wasn’t an amazing game of football to be honest. They were much bigger than us and more physical which made it hard for us, especially defending from their throw on. We showed some good signs going forwards creating a few chances which we were unlucky with.

“Credit to them, they did what they had to do to get a point against us, however one of their goals came from a strange decision from the referee which I think many players on the pitch agreed was harsh.

“Unfortunately we didn’t do enough to get the win and we are extremely disappointed about it, however we will keep going strong and get back to winning ways in two weeks time when we play our next game.”

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HERTSWOOD VALE P MILL HILL DONS P
MATCH POSTPONED – WATERLOGGED PITCH

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NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C 3 FAITHFOLD B 2
The Raiders joined two other teams level on 19 points in fifth place as they inflicted more misery on the League’s bottom team.

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TEMPLE FORTUNE B 1 STRAW HAT PIRATES 3
The Pirates put some distance between themselves and the bottom two as they picked up their fifth league win of the season.

Jono Nesbitt, Sam Georgevic and Aron Gale all finding the net for the victors. Manager Elliot Cukier told jewishnews.co.uk: “It’s been a tough few weeks for the Straw Hats. Results haven’t gone our way and after dominating a poor Hertswood Vale last week, but letting the three chances they had all game go in, we knew we had a point to prove today.

“With a new striker, right-midfielder and goalkeeper playing their second game for the Straw Hats and their first grass games in many years, we knew we had to stick to our game plan and make sure we focused on seeing out the result that we knew we could get. 

“And for the first time in 2018, we actually managed to do that. We have some great players in our squad and today some of them really shone. We played some great football and got the result we wanted and we deserved. 

“However, we know we can do better. We have proven it throughout this season, that when switched on, we can take the fight to any team, and we look forward to our first game against Real Hendon next week and then a nice break before our final push to finish the season in the best possible way. UTSH.”

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