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Masters review – week 18

A mixture of league and cup action saw Chigwell score 11 in the former, while Raiders hit half-a-dozen to increase their lead at the top of the Division One table, writes Jeremy Silverstone

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

Five goals from Lloyd Becker helped Chigwell to an emphatic cup win, while there was a shock in Division Two…

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The Maccabi Masters Cup kicked off this weekend – and it saw Chigwell clearly signal their intentions with an 11-2 win over Division Two leaders EHRS.

Lloyd Becker notched up five goals and Mark Conway’s double, along with strikes from Scott Warren, Adam Klein, Richard Slater and Rob Donn, saw them to the most emphatic of wins. Steve Krieger and Malcolm Joseph – from the penalty spot – replied for EHRS.

Lions A also progressed, at the expense of Brady A. Graeme Grossman gave Brady A the lead, but strikes from Rob Glass, Bradley Lazarus and Craig Pearl turned it round for Lions as they won 3-1.

DIVISION ONE:
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Leaders North London Raiders extended the gap at the top of the table to seven points as they saw off Scrabble with a 6-0 victory. Lee Cash scored twice, with Hezi Yechiel, Tony Plaskow, Jonny Blain and Alex Bourne also all on target.

DIVISION TWO:
TABLE

Brady B pulled off the shock of the day as they claimed their first win of the season – two goals from Jon Nesbitt earned them a 2-0 win over St John’s Wood Tigers, to lift them off the bottom of the table.

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