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MGBSFL League goalscoring chart week 13

Find out who's leading the way at the top of the MGBSFL goalscoring chart..

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

by Andrew Sherwood

TO ENSURE CHART STAYS UP-TO-DATE, PLEASE EMAIL GOALSCORERS FROM YOUR GAME ON A SUNDAY/MONDAY to: andrews@thejngroup.com

20 Goals:
Richard Fogelman (Faithfold B)

16 Goals:
Jonti Aremband (RC UK FC)

15 Goals:
Zac Lewis (Hendon United A)
Avi Markiewicz (RC UK FC)

13 Goals:
Liron Mannie (North London Raiders A)
Jordan Sharifian (Temple Fortune)

12 Goals:
Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi)
Max Martin (L’Equipe)

11 Goals:
Oliver Sade (Finchley City)

10 Goals:
Joshua Bloom (Maccabi London Lions B)
Michael Kenley (Maccabi London Lions B)
Zach Cohen (Mill Hill Dons)

8 Goals:
Jeff Gotch (Catford & Bromley)
Daniel Polak (Finchley City)
Adam Ellis (Hendon United B)

7 Goals:
James Mandell (L’Equipe)
Ben Ellis (North London Raiders A)
Liam Stein (North London Raiders A/C)
Matt Stock (North London Raiders A)
Nicky Woolf (North London Raiders B)
Alex Elf (North London Raiders C)
Dave Woolman (Oakwood A/B)
Josh Bharier (Scrabble)
Jordan Marks (North London Raiders A)

6 Goals:
Dave Cohen (North London Raiders A)
Jimmy Castle (Redbridge Jewish Care C)

5 Goals:
Daniel Seligman (Faithfold A/Oakwood A/B)
Chaim Bordon (Faithfold B)
Joel Lassman (Catford & Bromley)
Yoav Kestenbaum (Hendon United A)
Avi Korman (Hendon United A)
Gideon Barth (Hendon United B)
Jon Kay (L’Equipe)
Andy Smith (L’Equipe)
Benji Weinberger (Maccabi London Lions B)
Richard Hayim (Mill Hill Dons)
Jake Gilbert (North London Raiders B)
Sam Modlin (Oakwood B)
Dean Nyman (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Will Ufland (North London Raiders B)
Alex Sher (North London Raiders C)
Jacob Richler Kleiman (Oakwood B)
Chaim Gothold (Real Hendon)
Russell Goldstein (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Richie Caplin (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Carl Dobrin (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Brett Stead (Temple Fortune)
Gab Stone (Temple Fortune)

4 Goals:
Louis Taylor (Catford & Bromley/Faithfold B)
Marc Charles (Faithfold A)
Sam Garson (Faithfold B)
Richard Salmon (FC Team A)
Josh Harris (Hendon United A)
Elio Elia (Hertswood Vale)
Adam Hersh (Los Blancos)
Adam Abadi (Maccabi London Lions B)
Adam Isaacs (Mill Hill Dons)
Sam Cantor (Oakwood A)
Jonny Quinn (Oakwood A)
Rafi Bloom (Oakwood B)
Gav Noe (Real Hendon)
Nathan Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Sam Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Ben Chernoff (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Joe Jordan (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Aaron Goldberg (Redbridge Jewish Care C)
Zack Rich (Temple Fortune)
Tom Alexander (Woodford Wanderers)

3 Goals:
Joshua Cinna (Boca Jewniors)
Craig Edwards (Catford & Bromley/Faithfold A)
Danny Yeshua (Catford & Bromley)
Avi Garson (Faithfold A/B)
Dan Yossman (Faithfold A/B)
Lorian Madanes (FC Team A)
Dovi Fehler (Hendon United A)
Ari Last (Hendon United A)
Rocky Spitzer (Hendon United A)
Josh Cohen (Hertswood Vale)
Avi Kestenbaum (Los Blancos)
James Gershfield (Maccabi London Lions A)
Dom Feldman (Maccabi London Lions B)
Ben Winters (Maccabi London Lions B)
David Dinkin (North London Raiders A)
Jack Roberts (North London Raiders A/B)
Simon Buchler (North London Raiders B)
Alex Goodman (North London Raiders B)
Ashley Davidson (North London Raiders C)
Nick Haringman (North London Raiders C)
Daniel Selwyn (Oakwood B)
Zalmy Cohen (RC UK FC)
James Berkley (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge Jewish Care A/C)
Craig Sandford (Redbridge Jewish Care B/Woodford Wanderers)
Oli Hambling (Redbridge Jewish Care C)
Adam Lenz (Temple Fortune)

2 Goals:
Sam Deaner (Athletic Bilbaum)
Anton Nyman (Boca Jewniors)
Dan Cohen (Brady Maccabi)
Ben Kohler (Brady Maccabi)
Marc Rister (Brady Maccabi)
Mike Khalastchi (Camden Park)
Josh Marks (Camden Park)
Jason Shoffman (Catford & Bromley)
Ashley Stokes (Catford & Bromley)
Craig Cole (Faithfold A)
Shai Davidi (Faithfold A)
Josh Barnett (Faithfold B)
James Korn (FC Team A)
Connor Perl (FC Team A)
Mitch Young (FC Team A)
Eddie Sternberg (FC Team B)
Josh Aziz (Finchley City)
Shim Bensoor (Finchley City)
Moshe Fehler (Finchley City)
Sam Leader (Finchley City)
Alon Pinhas (Finchley City)
Josh Gorb (Hertswood Vale)
Matt Gilbrey (L’Equipe)
Mark Singer (L’Equipe)
Mark Smith (L’Equipe)
Joseph Davis (Los Blancos)
Jeff Gross (Los Blancos)
Adam Arnold (Maccabi London Lions A)
Adam Burchell (Maccabi London Lions A)
Dom Cheniart (Maccabi London Lions A)
Ollie Craig (Maccabi London Lions A)
Jamie Jackson (Maccabi London Lions A)
Alex Rose (Maccabi London Lions A)
Charlie Cohen (Maccabi London Lions B)
Ed Brafman (Maccabi London Lions B)
Sammy Hakimian (Mill Hill Dons)
Harry Moss (Mill Hill Dons)
Nick Phillips (Mill Hill Dons)
Nyv Bogaire (North London Raiders A)
Nick Lewis (North London Raiders A)
Josh Alswang (North London Raiders B)
Lewis Blitz (North London Raiders B)
Rob Samuelson (North London Raiders C)
Josh Rose (Oakwood A)
Zack Collins (Oakwood A)
James Abrams (Oakwood B)
Aaron Searle (Oakwood B)
Dan Ash (Oakwood B)
Benni Sluckis (Real Hendon)
Aaron Luftig (RC UK FC)
Avi Mocton (RC UK FC)
Mordy Weiler (RC UK FC)
Akiva Zneimer (RC UK FC)
Benny Goldberg (Real Hendon)
Ryan Cole (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Zack Neiman (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Ben Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Daniel Bean (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Anthony Cope (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Adam Goldman (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Daniel Jacobs (Redbridge Jewish Care C)
Rafe Neiman (Redbridge Jewish Care C)
Elliot Espinoza (Scrabble)
Zac McLeod (Scrabble)
Danny Sherman (Scrabble)
Adam Waters (Scrabble)
Daniel Amram (SPEC)
Jon Kaye (SPEC)
James Ryan (Woodford Wanderers)

1 Goals:
Jonah Gordon-Boyd (Athletic Bilbaum)
Rob Rodney (Athletic Bilbaum)
Toby Mann (Athletic Bilbaum)
Jamie Leboff (Boca Jewniors)
Benjamin Lederman (Boca Jewniors)
Michael Rosenthal (Boca Jewniors)
Sam Simon (Boca Jewniors)
Daniel Harrod (Brady Maccabi)
Nathan Harrod (Brady Maccabi)
Jordan Nathan (Brady Maccabi)
Josh Newman (Brady Maccabi)
Mitch Gerber (Brixton Old Boys)
Rob Hershkorn (Camden Park)
David Kanzen (Camden Park)
Jake Saunders (Camden Park)
Tal Cohen (Catford & Bromley)
Callion McGregor (Catford & Bromley)
Jamie Sinai (Catford & Bromley)
Stuart Haring (Faithfold A)
Jonny Horwitz (Faithfold A)
Jamie Kent (Faithfold A)
Dan Kosky (Faithfold A)
Sam Reeves (Faithfold A)
Dan Abrams (Faithfold B)
Jonathan Mararche (Faithfold B)
Raphael Meyers (Faithfold B)
Jeremy Teacher (Faithfold B)
Ben Binder (FC Team A)
Bradley Cohen (FC Team A)
Andrei Grayson (FC Team A)
Michael Pearson (FC Team A)
James Stanley (FC Team A)
Jon Toby (FC Team A)
Eitan Ben Zion (FC Team B)
Jamie Breslaw (FC Team B)
Adam Morris (FC Team B)
Nicky Sugarman (FC Team B)
Jacob Symons (FC Team B)
Yoel Deal (Finchley City)
Gav Krieger (Finchley City)
Daniel Sinclair (Finchley City)
Zac Garbacz (Hendon United A)
Yehuda Korman (Hendon United A)
Yoav Lebens (Hendon United A)
Saul Cohen (Hendon United B)
James Neidle (Hendon United B)
Matan Ozin (Hendon United B)
Gab Saul (Hendon United B)
Glen Turner (Hendon United B)
Sam Cohen (Hertswood Vale)
Harry Graham (Hertswood Vale)
Ben Mandel (Hertswood Vale)
Jack Shulman (Hertswood Vale)
Josh Webber (Hertswood Vale)
Grant Bates (L’Equipe)
James Bell (L’Equipe)
Mark Korn (L’Equipe)
Rob Simons (L’Equipe)
Nick Stern (L’Equipe)
Svi Friedman (Los Blancos)
Tim Heynes (Los Blancos)
Jamie Kutner (Los Blancos)
Joel Kutner (Los Blancos)
Elliot Moslawy (Los Blancos)
Darren Russell (Los Blancos)
Sam Arghebant (Maccabi London Lions A)
Alex Bowman (Maccabi London Lions A)
Sam Castle (Maccabi London Lions A)
David Cohen (Maccabi London Lions A)
James Gold (Maccabi London Lions A)
Ben Goldberg (Maccabi London Lions A)
Johnny Haik (Maccabi London Lions A)
Sam Lewis (Maccabi London Lions A)
Ricky Rinder (Maccabi London Lions A)
Charlie Rubin (Maccabi London Lions A)
Alex Taylor (Maccabi London Lions A)
Theo Azouz (Maccabi London Lions B)
Zak Linden (Maccabi London Lions B)
Daniel Mattey (Maccabi London Lions B)
Adam Diamond (Mill Hill Dons)
Jono Gaon (Mill Hill Dons)
Joel Sinclair-Horne (Mill Hill Dons)
Ariel Tamman (Mill Hill Dons)
Alex Bloch (North London Raiders A)
David Cohen (North London Raiders A)
Joe Cohen (North London Raiders A)
Alex Moss (North London Raiders A)
Danny Bloom (North London Raiders B)
Charles Braunstein (North London Raiders B)
David Esterkin (North London Raiders B)
Jason Goldstein (North London Raiders B)
Anthony Goodmaker (North London Raiders B)
Elad Hertshten (North London Raiders B)
Mark Leader (North London Raiders B)
Or Shmerling (North London Raiders B)
Rob Samuelson (North London Raiders C)
Dan Tannenbaum (North London Raiders C)
Jonny Blain (Oakwood A)
Guy Helman (Oakwood A)
Rafi Stone (Oakwood A)
Lee Warner (Oakwood A)
Max Clyne (Oakwood B)
Marc Hymanson (Oakwood B)
Jake Sorkin (Oakwood B)
David Brown (RC UK FC)
Dudi Edryei (RC UK FC)
Dovi Vogel (RC UK FC)
Yomi SluckCohen (Real Hendon)
Yossi Hoffman (Real Hendon)
Zvi Noe (Real Hendon)
Daniel Berg (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Dan Andrews (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Dean Ben Yosef (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Kane Hopps (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Scott Kay (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Scott McKenzie (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Adam Noble (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Daniel Orgal (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Richard Stern (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Barry Green (Redbridge Jewish Care C)
Daniel Lipman (Redbridge Jewish Care C)
Jordan Sapler (Redbridge Jewish Care C)
Josh Bentley (Scrabble)
Dan Green (Scrabble)
Josh Pugh (Scrabble)
Brandon Sassoon (Scrabble)
Zac Summerfield (Scrabble)
Ashley Burns (SPEC)
Brad Cohen (SPEC)
Ricky Lawrence (SPEC)
Daniel Pike (SPEC)
Aron Barnes (Temple Fortune)
Jake Marks (Temple Fortune)
Rob Jay (Temple Fortune)
Dean Shaw (North London Raiders A)
Harrison Midda (Woodford Wanderers)

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