Jewish News junior review – week sixteen

Jewish News junior review – week sixteen

Picture: Laurence Leigh

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


Division One leaders Alyth Belsize Red are through to the third round of the Cup, after they beat HMH Jaffa 3-0 in a second round replay.

Eden Cohen, Lior Solomons Wise and Ben Hurst goals sending them through.

In the league, Hendon United Blue moved to within five points of the leaders after they won the inter-Hendon club derby – beating Hendon United Red 2-1.

They’re joined on 17 points by Alyth Belsize Black, who beat Brady Maccabi 2-0, thanks to strikes from Sammy Kebede and Adam Tobiansky.

HMH Tel Aviv are now just a point off top spot in the Division Two after they beat HMH Eilat 2-1. Zac Sarfarti scored twice for Tel Aviv, with Mikhael Sassooni hitting back for Eilat.



Hendon United White dropped points in only their second game of the season as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Hendon United Green in Division One.

However, HMH Netanya failed to take advantage and go top after they were beaten 4-1 by Alyth Belsize. Jonah Rose scored twice, with Jamie Isaacs and Jake Shindler also finding the back of the net. Noam Tabbouche replied for Netanya.

The third game in the division was an eight-goal thriller as HMH Negev and HMH Eilat drew 4-4. Ben Harris, Noah Kemsley, Charlie Kafton and Gabriel Chebabo-Manning scored for Negev, with Reuben Gordon, David Noik and Saul Norton on target for Eilat.

Brady Maccabi White are clear at the top of Division Two after they beat NWLJ 7-0.

HMH Jaffa are two points behind them in joint-second following their 4-4 draw with Hendon United Blue. Louie Glasner scored twice for Jaffa, with Joel Neumann and Ori Kaplamsky also on target. They’re joined on 11 points by Brady Maccabi Blue who beat HMH Tiberias 5-0.


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

Max Norman (Brady Maccabi)

Adam Kaffel (HMH Negev)

Rudy Fine, 5 (HMH Haifa)
David Abraham (NWLJ)

Aaron Pitch (HMH Haifa)
Eli Green, Netanel Karp (both NWLJ)

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