LSD FC impresses in Moshiko Week 2

Lollu Hibbert plays his part in pressurising the experienced Gamezone defense as LSD was rewarded with a delightful Amit Dinowitz hattrick.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
November 2, 2010 07:16
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LSD FC continued rolling with a 4-1 win against Gamezone in Week 2 of the Moshiko Soccer League.

Lollu Hibbert played his part in pressurising the experienced Gamezone defense as LSD was rewarded with a delightful Amit Dinowitz hattrick.

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Gamezone’s Gaby Esusy pulled one back with his third of the season but the match was all but settled when Dovi Wersberger cracked home LSD’s fourth.

The Giblets claimed their first victory in a tough 3-1 win over Lionhearts. Diego Firota struck early for Giblets only for Yeshaya Pearlman to tie the game. It remained level until David Brown and Mati Baerwald saved Giblets with two late goals.

Brad’s Boykies returned to their winning ways, defeating Michael’s Bakery 6-0. The Boykies seemed comfortable in their new attacking formation with goals from Gavin Potash (2), Simi Hibbert, Meir Rottenberg, David Leiwy and Avi Grayath.

It only took Potato Head’s Gav Cohen 28 seconds to break the deadlock against Kobe Beef before later claiming his hat-trick, while Micha Rechdiener also scored three in Potato Head’s 6-0 triumph.

Eretz Hatzvi was too strong for Cafe Ne’eman as top scorer Danny Kozielekp claimed five, Simon Lindell two and Ezra Dulberg one in their 8-3 rout. Ne’eman’s scorers were Yossi Levy, Alon Revach and Roie Parnasa.

Moshe Lipshits scored all of Brunch Bagels’ goals in their 3- 2 defeat of Super Hamoshava United. Brunch Bagels dominated the game but Elad Irshai and Rafael Nissimyad’s goals kept Super Hamoshava hoping for victory throughout.

In a great game of sportsmanship between the two American sides, Israel Government Fellows and Orayta FC played to an exciting 1-1 draw.

Skipper Bryon Murray had put IGF ahead but David Yoselovsky struck back for Orayta.

Waka Waka and Osaka/Jump Gym also finished 1-1. Yakov Sussman scored for Waka while Binyomin Weisbraun leveled for Osaka.

New boys Cohen & Co.recorded a narrow 1-0 win over Rechovchacham thanks to a heroic display by Benji Sasoon in goal. Despite Rechovchacham’s domination, Cohen’s Kivi Eisenberg was the game’s only scorer with a powerful strike into the top corner.

Menachem Herman’s Band defeated Netiv’s Bonkers 2-0 with goals from Jonny Hughes and Alister Lachman.


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