Peter Morrison Trophy first round draw

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Peter Morrison Trophy first round draw

Current Peter Morrison Trophy winners Hendon United A

The first round draw for this season’s Peter Morrison Trophy was made on Thursday evening, and is as follows:

Camden Park VS AC Mill Hill
Faithfold B VS Heaton Park Rovers
Brady Maccabi VS HMH
FC Team C VS Boca Jewniors
Blizzard Storm VS Jewdinese
Norstar London Raiders C VS L’Equipe FC
Redbridge Jewish Care B Team VS Los Blancos
Hendon United Sports Club B VS KS Reunited
HMH Raiders VS HMH Wildcats
Leeds Maccabi VS Real Sosobad
Norstar London Raiders B VS MLL Spartans
AC Whetstone VS Maccabi London Lions Green
Shacharit Donetsk VS Brixton Old Boys
Oakwood B VS MLL Maccabiah Seniors
King Crown VS MMFL Reps

Harmen FC
North West Neasden
Hendon United Sports Club A
Redbridge Jewish Care FC A Team
Maccabi London Lions – Blue
FC Team A
Oakwood A
Norstar London Raiders A
Woodford Wanderers
Faithfold A
AFC Flixton
South Manchester Sports Club
Manchester Maccabi 1st Team
Manchester Maccabi 2nd Team

* Ties scheduled to be played 5 October

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