8REVby Andrew Sherwood

Redbridge laid down their Premier Division title credentials by beating Hendon in a seven-goal thriller, while there were goals galore elsewhere in a mixture of league and cup action…

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

PETER MORRISON CUP SECOND ROUND: (number in brackets represents division of team)
FC Team B 3 Maccabi London Lions B 1
Los Blancos 3 L’Equipe 4
North London Raiders C 3 HMH Old Boys 2

PREMIER DIVISION:
Faithfold A 0 Maccabi London Lions A 2
Harmen 4 Camden Park 0
North London Raiders A 2 FC Team A 1
Oakwood A 1 Blizzard Storm 0
Redbridge A 4 Hendon United A 3

DIVISION ONE:
Brady Maccabi 4 North London Raiders B 3
Real Sosobad 3 Oakwood B 6
SPEC FC 5 Redbridge B 4

Woodford Wanderers 9 Faithfold B 0

DIVISION TWO:
Athletic Bilbaum 2 Hendon United B 3
Boca Jewniors 1 FC Team C 2

Temple Fortune 2 Real Hendon 2

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LEAGUE GOALSCORERS CHART – WEEK 8

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PETER MORRISON CUP FIRST ROUND: (number in brackets represents division of team)

FC TEAM B (1) 3 MACCABI LONDON LIONS B (2) 1
A hat-trick from Richard Salmon saw Team safely through to the next round.

Charlie Rubin scored for the Lions.

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LOS BLANCOS (1) 3 L’EQUIPE (2) 4
L’Equipe won a seven-goal thriller to claim the cup upset of the day, Richard Alexander scored twice, with Nick Stern and Jon Kay also on target.

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NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C (2) 3 HMH OLD BOYS 2
The Raiders are through to the next round – though were made to work for their victory.

Dom Feldman and Adam Abadi scored for HMH.

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PETER MORRISON CUP SECOND ROUND DRAW

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PREMIER DIVISION:

FIXTURES & RESULTS:
TABLE:

FAITHFOLD A 0 MACCABI LONDON LIONS A 2
Lions claimed their second win of the season, thanks to goals from Aaron Spalter and TJ Ketterman.

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HARMEN 4 CAMDEN PARK 0
Harmen moved to within two points off top spot thanks to this comprehensive win as they denied Camden the chance to go top of the table.

James Gershfield scored twice, with Brad Sharp and Adam Arnold also on target.

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NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A 2 FC TEAM A 1
Raiders are the second of four teams currently top of the table, David Dinkin and Jordan Marks on target for Rob Richman’s side.

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OAKWOOD A 1 BLIZZARD STORM 0
The O’s are the third team tied on 12 points, Kyle Bentwood’s strike the difference between the two sides.

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REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 4 HENDON UNITED A 3
Redbridge top the table on goals scored, as a hat-trick from Sam Sollosi, along with Steve Summer’s strike saw them win a seven-goal thriller.

Dovi Fehler’s double and Avi Korman’s effort, proved to be in vain for Hendon.

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DIVISION ONE:

FIXTURES & RESULTS
TABLE

BRADY MACCABI 4 NORSTAR LONDON RAIDERS B 3
Brady maintain top spot on goal difference as they won the second seven-goal thriller of the day.

Reiss Mogilner helped himself to a hat-trick, with Joel Reuben also on target.

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REAL SOSOBAD 3 OAKWOOD B 6
Oakwood keep pace with Brady at the top of the table, as two more goals from Jacob Richler Kleiman helped them win this nine-goal epic.

James Abrams also helped himself to a brace, Bobby Abrams was on target, as was Daniel Seligman.

Josh Jacobs scored twice for Sosobad, with Daniel Lassman also on target.

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SPEC FC 5 REDBRIDGE B 4
SPEC claimed their first League win of the season – and did it in spectacular style as they won the second nine-goal thriller of the day.

Zack Neiman scored twice, with Elliot Wallis, player-manager Ricky Lawrence and Marc Cohen also all on target.

Josh Orgel scored twice for Redbridge, with Jay Lawrence and Scott McKenzie also on target.

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WOODFORD WANDERERS 2 FAITHFOLD B 1
Woodford shot up to fourth place in the table, thanks to this hard-fought win over The Greens.

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DIVISION TWO:

FIXTURES & TABLES
TABLE

ATHLETIC BILBAUM 2 HENDON B 3
Hendon increased their lead at the top of the table to four points as goals from Jono Nesbitt, Sammy Barron, Saul Cohen saw them to the points.

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BOCA JEWNIORS 1 FC TEAM C 2
Team made it two wins from four games as goals from James Milman and Josh Cooper saw them to the points.

Josh Webber scored for Boca.

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TEMPLE FORTUNE 2 REAL HENDON 2
It was honours even as both sides had to settle for a share of the points.

Rob Benson scored twice for Fortune, Danny Steel and Alex Neiss earned a point for Hendon.

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