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Masters review – week 19

There were two emphatic wins in the League Cup, while Temple Fortune B claimed the only league win of the day, writes Jeremy Silverstone

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

There were goals galore in the two League cup fixtures, while Division Two’s bottom side Hendon Harriers fell to another loss…

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‘Youth’ won out over experience as North London Raiders and Scrabble from Division One enjoyed comfortable wins over Division Two opposition.

Raiders secured their place in the next round with a 7-0 win over Marshside, thanks to a hat-trick from Ben Simons, along with strikes from Wayne Davidson, Hezi Yechiel, Dave Eden and James Cartmell.

Scrabble’s win was even more emphatic as four goals from Stefan Simons, along with a hat-trick from Steven Moss saw them on their way to a 10-0 win over St John’s Wood Tigers. Dan Ruckin, Dan Lewis and a penalty from Jeremy Kornhauser completing the rout.

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Temple Fortune edged out Hendon Harriers, Robert Botkai’s  double and Yali Mamouri’s strike seeing them to a 3-2 win, Andy Diamond and Kevin Blake hitting the Harriers’ consolations.

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