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Sunday Masters review – week 10

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Raiders moved to the top of the Division One table, while Maccabi London Lions made it eight wins from eight in Division Two, writes Jeremy Silverstone

DIVISION ONE:
RESULTS & FIXTURES
TABLE

Raiders moved to the top of the table, after a hat-trick from Nicky Skone – including one from the spot, along with goals from Ben Simons and Elan Ovits saw them beat Scrabble 5-1, Louis Taylor scoring their consolation.

Brady A beat Faithfold by the same scoreline, courtesy of a hat-trick from Tim Frome and goals from Ashley Davidson and Kevin Lotzof.

DIVISION TWO:
RESULTS & FIXTURES
TABLE

Maccabi London Lions maintained their perfect start to the season, as they recorded an eighth successive win. Two second-half goals from Michael Abraham gave them a 2-0 win over Glenthorne, which extends their lead at the top to eight points.

Adam Soller put St John’s Wood Tigers ahead against Marshside, only to see Sacha Alter equalise. But Tigers were not to be denied, and John Perloff chipped the winner in the final minutes to earn Tigers a 2-1 win.

Elsewhere, Hendon Harriers had Andy Diamond to thank for their first win of the season as his goal gave them a 1-0 victory over Temple Fortune.

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