Jewish News junior review – week eight

Jewish News junior review – week eight

IMG_3726Sunday afternoon saw the latest round of action played in the Jewish News Maccabi Junior Football…


Alyth Belsize Red made it eight wins from eight as they maintained their four-point lead at the top of the table, thanks to a 5-1 win over NWLJ.

Hendon United Red are now a point clear in second spot thanks to a 4-2 win over HMH Eilat.

Hendon United Blue were 5-0 winners over HMH Tel Aviv thanks in no small part to a hat-trick from Dani Rubenstein, while HMH Jaffa beat Hendon United White 4-1, Adam Oberlander helped himself to a hat-trick.



The clash of the top two, Hendon United White and HMH Netanya – who went into the game level on 13 points –  rather unsurprisingly ended in a 2-2 draw.

Hendon United Green moved to within two points of the leaders, thanks to 2-1 win over HMH Negev.

HMH Eilat join them on 11 points thank to a 9-4 win over HMH Jaffa, Alyth Belsize beat Brady Maccabi Blue 2-0, and Brady Maccabi White racked up the highest score of the day as they saw off HMH Tiberias 10-0, Samuel Davis, Taylor Rosen and Jake Martin all scoring hat-tricks.

The final game of the day saw Hendon United Blue claim their second win of the season as they beat NWLJ 6-2.


Lower down the age groups, there were also three or more goals scored in the following age groups:

Mike Selby, Noah Van Dyke (both Hendon United White)
Amit Weiss, Charlie Finn (both HMH Eilat)

David Gabay (Hendon United Blue)
Uriel Glausiusz (Hendon United Red)

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