Brady’s Mark Wagman

Brady won a seven-goal thriller in Division One, while the top-three all won in Division Two…

Brady continued their improving form with a closely-fought 4-3 win over Waldaf Town in a performance inspired by two goals from Mark Wagman. Gideon Barnett’s penalty and an own goal sealed the thrilling win.

The top three all enjoyed convincing wins, with leaders Glenthorne A putting five past Hendon without reply, courtesy of two goals each from David Michaels and David Simmons, along with Gary Adams’ strike.

Still hot on their heels are Lions, who thrashed Marshside 7-1. Fara Moghim scored a spectacular goal for Marshside, beating the Lions goalkeeper Jeremy Reuben from the half-way line, but it proved to be nothing but a consolation as two goals from Bradley Lazarus, plus strikes from Simon Black, Simon Barr, David Price and Marc Morris sealed the emphatic Lions win. Marshside goalkeeper Jeremy Reuben took his revenge by scoring from the penalty spot.

Meanwhile, EDRS maintained their outside hopes with a 5-1 win over Temple Fortune. Russell Rich scored twice, with Martin Seifert, James Bloom and Malcolm Joseph all on target. James Ryan replied for Fortune.

Elsewhere, two goals from Perry Somers, coupled with strikes from Ezra Mordecai and Adam Soller earned St John’s Wood Tigers a 4-0 win over Glenthorne B.