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FC Team stun Cats with seven-goal thrashing

Mitch Young's side consolidate promotion push in one of only two games to take place after fixture list hit by weather

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

A hat-trick from Rob Sanford – in his first game of the season – inspired FC Team to 7-0 thrashing over Catford & Bromley.

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

PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL:
Manchester Macacbi 1st P Maccabi London Lions White P
Manchester Macacbi 2nd P Redbridge Jewish Care A P

PREMIER DIVISION:
Brady Maccabi P Camden Park P
Hendon United Sports P Oakwood A P

DIVISION ONE:
Oakwood B P Los Blancos P
Redbridge Jewish Care B P North London Raiders B P

Scrabble Redbridge Jewish Care C P

DIVISION TWO:
FC Team 7 Catford Bromley Maccabi 0
North London Raiders C P Fairlop FC P
Temple Fortune B P Bayern Mincha P

BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY:
Hertswood Vale 1 Faithfold B 1
Faithfold won 8-7 on penalties

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LEAGUE GOALSCORERS CHART (League & Cup)

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TEAM OF THE WEEK NOMINATIONS:

GOALKEEPER:

DEFENCE:
Jamie Breslaw (FC Team)
Rob Sanford (FC Team)

MIDFIELD:
Marc Hecht (FC Team)
Adam Rones (FC Team)

STRIKERS:
Richard Salmon (FC Team)
Mitch Young (FC Team)

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GOALS OF THE WEEK:

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SAVES OF THE WEEK:

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QUOTES OF THE WEEK:

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PETER MORRISON TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL:

MANCHESTER MACCABI 1ST P MACCABI LONDON LIONS WHITE P
MATCH POSTPONED – UNPLAYABLE PITCH

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MANCHESTER MACCABI 2ND P REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A P
MATCH POSTPONED – UNPLAYABLE PITCH

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PREMIER DIVISION:
FIXTURES & RESULTS:
TABLE:

BRADY MACCABI P CAMDEN PARK P
MATCH POSTPONED – UNPLAYABLE PITCH

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HENDON UNITED SPORTS P OAKWOOD A P
MATCH POSTPONED – UNPLAYABLE PITCH

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DIVISION ONE:
FIXTURES & RESULTS
TABLE

OAKWOOD B P LOS BLANCOS P
MATCH POSTPONED – UNPLAYABLE PITCH

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REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B P NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B P
MATCH POSTPONED – UNPLAYABLE PITCH

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SCRABBLE P REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C P
MATCH POSTPONED – UNPLAYABLE PITCH

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DIVISION TWO:
FIXTURES & RESULTS
TABLE

FC TEAM 7 CATFORD & BROMLEY 0
Team kept up their promotion push as a hat-trick from Rob Sanford – in his first game of the season – helped them to this emphatic win.

Richard Salmon, Marc Hecht, Adam Rones and player-manager Mitch Young were also all on target.

Young told jewishnews.co.uk: “Firstly thank you to Jeff and the Catford lads for helping get the game on, and to the referee for allowing it to go ahead in difficult conditions

“I am delighted with the performance considering the conditions, some of the attacking football was very nice and to score score goals was very pleasing.

“Congrats to Rob on his first game of the season and scoring a hat-trick, it’s very nice for him and to have his experience at the back and obvious goal threat from set-pieces will be very welcome coming into the final few games of the season.

“This was a great warm-up match for our big cup quarter-final next week and we are looking forward to putting our wits against the favourites for the competition.”

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NORTH LONDON RAIDERS C P FAIRLOP FC P
MATCH POSTPONED – UNPLAYABLE PITCH

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TEMPLE FORTUNE P BAYERN MINCHA P
MATCH POSTPONED – FORTUNE UNABLE TO RAISE SIDE

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BARRY GOLDSTEIN TROPHY:

HERTSWOOD VALE 1 FAITHFOLD B 1
Faithfold won 8-7 on penalties
Faithfold won a thrilling encounter – at least when it went down to the spot kicks. Chaim Bordon scored for the Greens.

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