Sunday Masters review – week 7

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Sunday Masters review – week 7


There was an eight-goal thriller in Division One, while EDRS closed in to within two points of top spot in Division Two, writes Jeremy Silverstone


A hat-trick from Scott Warren, along with Tim Green’s strike earned Brady A a share of the spoils as they drew 4-4 with North London Raiders. Tony Plaskow’s double, along with strikes from Wayne Davidson and Nicky Skone earned the Raiders a point.

Goals were though at a premium elsewhere, with Scrabble and Waldaf managing just one apiece in their encounter. Returning Scrabble legend, Tim Levene, netted on his Masters comeback, but a last-minute deflected own goal gave Waldaf a deserved point.


Hendon Harriers looked to have secured their first point of the season with a goalless draw against Marshside, only to be denied by Graham Meyer’s last-minute strike, leaving Harriers manager Perry Greenblatt ‘gutted’.

EDRS came back from a goal down to beat Glenthorne, with player-manager Ian Leader scoring twice after the break to give them a 2-1 win, Gary Adams had given Glenthorne an early advantage.

Brady B notched up only their second win of the campaign as Darren Nathan and an own goal gave them the slenderest of victories over St John’s Wood Tigers, for whom Andrew Cohen netted.


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