Games We Play - Soccer: Jeff's Boys fight out draw

Big guns Moshiko and Jeff's Boys shared the spoils in a entertaining 2-2 draw in the final group game of the Moshiko Soccer League at the weekend.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
January 18, 2009 23:55
Games We Play - Soccer: Jeff's Boys fight out draw

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Big guns Moshiko and Jeff's Boys shared the spoils in a entertaining 2-2 draw in the final group game of the Moshiko Soccer League at the weekend. Sammy Perel put the Boys ahead with a well taken finish only for Uri Feld and Richard Malone to give Moshiko a 2-1 lead. In the last minute Jeff's Boys were awarded a controversial penalty which Chaim kornbluth smashed home. U.K.I finished top of Group A in style with a comfortable 8-1 defeat of Spanish Armada. Yanki Baddiel claimed a hat-trick, while Ilan Shapiro, Yoni and Bini Schimmel, Saul Gallick and a sensational Uriel Roodyn screamer completed the rout. Carrol's Security produced some beautiful football in their 8-1 thrash of Netiv. Matt Sinclair stole the show with a delightful hat-trick, Ben Moss and David Leiwy grabbed a brace while James Bennet also scored. Chabadniks shocked SA Seniors in a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Moshe Noe in each half, while Adam Lipman and Ushi Grossnass secured 3rd spot in Group B for My Office in a 3-1 win over Smoke Shop. Other results: Game Zone 4, Ben Maimon 2: Giblets 1, D.C 0: Cafe Rimon 10, Bugs 0.

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