Sunday afternoon saw the latest round of action played in the Jewish News Maccabi Junior Football…
Hendon United Red moved to within four points off top spot thanks to a 2-0 win over Hendon United White.
Alyth Belsize Black are a point behind them after they beat Brady Maccabi 2-0 – thanks to goals from Sam Cohen and Sammy Kebede – as are Hendon United Blue, who beat HMH Jaffa by the same scoreline.
The other game in the group saw HMH Tel Aviv claim their second league win of the season as they beat NWLJ 2-1, Louis Gringrass was on target for the victors.
It’s as you were at the top of the table as all the top four sides were victorious on Sunday afternoon.
Hendon United White continue to lead the way at the top of the table, following a 6-2 win over HMH Jaffa. Ori Kaplansky-Gordon and Ethan Ziv scored for HMH.
They’re joined on 17 points by HMH Netanya, who won 2-1 at Hendon United Green, thanks to Miles Isaacs’ double.
Three points behind them are HMH Negev, who won a five-goal thriller at Hendon United Blue, winning 3-2 thanks to Oliver Davis’ double and Charlie Kafton’s strike.
HMH Eilat completed the winning quartet – as they racked up the biggest score of the day, beating HMH Tiberais 13-1. Saul Norton scored five times, Reuben Gordon and Benji Selig all scored hat-tricks, with Sasha Lask and an own goal completing the win. Noah Lazarus scored for Tiberias.
The final game in the group ended in a draw, as Alyth Belsize and Brady Maccabi White drew 1-1, Nadav Jacobs equalising for Alyth.
Lower down the age groups, there were also three or more goals scored in the following age groups:
Aviya Pinchover 4 (NWLJ Red)
Jonah Marks (Hendon United Blue)
Guy Silver (HMH Netanya)
Ethan Swead (HMH Tel Aviv)
Eli Green 5 (NWLJ)