#Masters: Sunday Masters review – week 15

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#Masters: Sunday Masters review – week 15

MASTERSBALLWEBChigwell fought back from 5-0 down to draw 5-5 in a ten-goal thriller against North London Raiders in Division One, while there was a comfortable 5-0 win for the Division Two leaders London Lions, writes Jeremy Silverstone


Table-topping North London Raiders set out their title credentials in some style as a hat-trick from Saul Conway, plus goals from Dan Hodes and Wayne Davidson put them 5-0 up against their nearest rivals, Chigwell, after 65 minutes.

However, in an amazing turnaround, the Chigwell spirit was not to be extinguished, and they responded with a hat-trick from Adam Stolerman, a goal from Steve Summers, and with just five minutes left, a screamer from Alex Levack, to tie up the score at 5-5 and earn Chigwell a share of the spoils, keeping them very much in the race for the silverware.

HMH secured all three points as goals from Neil Kochane, Jamie Beaumont and James Temple gave them a 3-1 win over Waldaf Town, with Mike Lax netting for Waldaf.

Brady A put three past Scrabble without reply to continue their improving form, thanks to two goals from Mark Wagman and Scott Ansher’s strike.


Lions continued their seemingly unstoppable march towards the title as they cruised to a 5-0 win over Hendon Harriers, Marc Morris, Darren Coon, David Price, John Steinberg and Michael Abraham all finding the back of the net.

EDRS remain in second spot after they edged out Brady B, with Martin Seifert and Ilan Cohen giving them a 2-1 win, Roger Kay replied for Brady.

Glenthorne hit six of the best as they thrashed Temple Fortune 6-1 to move into third place. Greg Morris scored four of their goals, with Dean Ingram and Lloyd Nygate making it a sweet six. Graham Meyer scored Fortune’s consolation.


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