Soccer: Club Med shocks Carrol's Security

Miracle maker Nissim Karasenti scored an early Hannukah hat trick.

By YOEL FINCHAS
December 29, 2008 06:57
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Club Med produced a masterclass performance to defeat the mighty Carrol's Security 5-1 in the Moshiko Soccer League at the weekend. Miracle maker Nissim Karasenti scored an early Hannukah hat trick while resilience from Med's Yossi Saunders and Ian Sklaar provided the platform for Josh Grant and the impressive Josh Zneimer to complete the rout. Game Zone continued its good form with a tight 4-3 victory over Moshiko. Yehuda Devir had put Game Zone 2-0 up only for Andrew Neiman to bring the score level with 2 good finishes. Netanel Cohen then put Game Zone back in front with two magical goals and although Richard Malone pulled one back it was too little too late for Moshiko. Cafe Rimon went to the top of Group B in controversial fashion in an entertaining 2-1 win over Phishpo. In a one-sided encounter, superb keeping from Phishpo's Yakov Rose kept the game scoreless. With time running out Yishai Pearman finally gave Rimon a deserved lead only for it to be cancelled out by a fierce Lolu Hibbert drive. With seconds remaining Rimon were awarded a controversial penalty which Yoram Touitou smashed home. Solly Ashkenazi was hero for Spanish Armada scoring a hat-trick in their 3-0 win over Netiv. Jeff's Boys claimed a 5-1 victory over Ben Maimon with Shlolmo Adler and the sensational Chaim Kornbluth grabbing two each and the Sa Seniors got back to winning ways with a 3-2 defeat of The Bugs. Leib Ziskin scored twice from the spot and Jonathan Carp scored with a stunning volley. Moshiko Top Scorers: Micha Rechdiener, Giblets, 13 Yoram Touitou, Cafe Rimon, 9 Chaim Kornbluth, Jeff's Boys, 8 Josh Zneimer, Club Med, 8

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