Jewish News junior review – week twenty two

Jewish News junior review – week twenty two

KIDS19Sunday afternoon saw the latest round of action played in the Jewish News Maccabi Junior Football…


HMH Jaffa booked their place in the final of the Minor Cup thanks to a 3-1 win over NWLJ. Adam Oberlander and Eitan Brown scored their goals.

Alyth Belsize Red extended their lead at the top of Division One, after they beat Hendon United Red 4-1, thanks to goals from Rudy Berman, Zac Paul, Gabriel de Leuw, Ben Hurst.

HMH Eilat claimed their first win in Division Two, thanks to a 3-2 win over Hendon United White, Ruben Nourmand scored their three goals.




It’s as you were at the top of the Division as the top-three sides were all victorious.

Hendon United White continue to lead the way at the top following their 4-0 win over HMH Negev, as they moved one step closer to claiming the league title.

A closely fought first half saw HIS open the scoring when the ball was beautifully worked on the right wing and crossed in for an eventual tap-in by Zack Mason.

The second half saw HIS create more chances and eventually extended their lead after a wonderful through ball from the back put Mason through one-on-one with the Negev goalkeeper, he shot high into the roof of the net. Mason then completed his hat-trick after pouncing onto a rebound from a powerful shot from distance.

Negev continued to press on the HIS goal during the second half but were unable capitalise from several chances they created. And towards the end of the game Gabriel Samson made it 4-0 with a clever chip over the Negev goalkeeper from close-range.

HMH Netanya are three points below them after their 12-2 win over HMH Eilat. Noam Tabbouche scored four times, Carlo Madar helped himself to a hat-trick, Saul Gotkine scored twice, with Harry Israel, Rafael Cowen and two own goals completing the win.

Alyth Belsize beat Hendon United Green 7-3, thanks in no small part to a hat-trick from Jamie Isaacs. Jake Shindler scored twice, with Nadav Jacobs and Jacob Mellman also on target.


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

Yonni Levy 4 (NWLJ)

Osher Klass (Hendon United White)
Eli Green 4 (NWLJ)


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