MGBSFL League goalscoring chart week six

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MGBSFL League goalscoring chart week six

Find out who's leading the way at the top of the MGBSFL goalscoring chart.

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

Keep up to date with who’s top of the League goalscoring charts!


8 Goals:
Adam Ellis 
(Bayern Mincha)

7 Goals:
James Jaconelli (Fairlop FC)
Zack Cohen (Mill Hill Dons)

6 Goals:
Adam Abadi (Highgate & Muswell Hill)

5 Goals:
Adam Hersh 
(Faithfold B)
Nate Kashket (Redbridge Jewish Care A)

4 Goals:
Richard Salmon
(FC Team)
Zack Lewis (Hendon United)
James Millet 
(Hertswood Vale)
Jack Davis (North London Galaxy)

Kyle Bentwood (Oakwood A)
Alex Paraskeva (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Steve Summers (Redbridge Jewish Care A/B)
Zack Neiman (SPEC)

3 Goals:
Chaim Bordon 
(Faithfold A)
Avi Garson (Faithfold A/C)
Louis Naghten 
(Faithfold A)
Ben Shirbini (Faithfold A)
Benny Goldberg (Faithfold B)
Chaim Korman (Hendon United)
Rocky Spitzer (Hendon United)
Harry Graham (Hertswood Vale)
George Goldberg (Highgate & Muswell Hill)
Zack Collins (Jewdinese)
Oli Sade (Los Camden A)
Reiss Mogilner (Maccabi London Lions)
Tyler Smith (North London Galaxy)
Josh Cuby (Oakwood A)
Carl Dobrin (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Craig Sandford (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Ricky Lawrence (SPEC)

2 Goals:
Adam Ellis 
(Bayern Mincha)
Alex Goodman (Faithfold B)
Max Freedman (Fairlop FC)
Mitch Young (FC Team)
Dom Feldman (Highgate & Muswell Hill)
Clark Norton (Highgate & Muswell Hill)
Oscar Wagner (Highgate & Muswell Hill)
Harrison Grant(Fairlop FC)
Dean Rosenthal (Los Camden A)
Dan Orgel (Los Camden A)
Daniel Green (Maccabi London Lions)
Joseph Reece (Mill Hill Dons)
Aron Gale (North London Raiders A)
Liron Mannie (North London Raiders A)
James Cartmell (North London Raiders Masters)
Josh Cohen (North London Galaxy)
Brad Wine (Oakwood A)
Lolu Hibbert (Faithfold B)
James Berkley (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Josh Wynn (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Richard Slater (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Jez King (Scrabble A/B)
Bradley Lazarus (Scrabble B)
Sam Martin (SPEC)
Jordan Stein (Mill Hill Dons)
Mark Singer (Temple Fortune)

1 Goal:
Phillipe Auret 
(Bayern Mincha)
Adam Biton (Bayern Mincha)
Sam Kanter (Bayern Mincha)
Alon Pinhas (Bayern Mincha)
Jordan Nathan 
(Brady Maccabi)
Johnny Gahan (Faithfold A)
David Leiwy (Faithfold A)
Jack Joseph (Faithfold B)
Aron Luftig (Faithfold B)
Gav Noe (Faithfold B)
Ariel Rahamim (Faithfold B)
Daryl Rubin (Fairlop FC)
David Cohen (FC Team)
Connor Perl (FC Team)
Eddie Sternberg (FC Team)
Jonti Aremband (Hendon United)
Dovi Fehler (Hendon United)
Jonny Kay (Hendon United)
Avi Korman (Hendon United)
Jonny Kaye (Hertswood Vale)
Ben Mandel (Hertswood Vale)
Josh Goldstein (Highgate & Muswell Hill)
Alex Moss (Highgate & Muswell Hill)
Ben Berrick (Jewdinese)
Zac Brin (Jewdinese)
Brad Lander (Jewdinese)
James Ross (Jewdinese)
Kane Gilbery (Los Camden A)
Johann Jordi (Los Camden A)
Gav Krieger (Los Camden A)
Adam Arnold (Maccabi London Lions)
Sam Stead (Mill Hill Dons)
Jonny Dalitz (North London Galaxy)
Sammy Huberman (North London Galaxy)
Jamie Murray (North London Galaxy)
Jonny Blain (North London Masters)
Tony Plaskow (North London Masters)
Jake Doffman (North London Raiders A)
Jake Yudelowitz (North London Raiders A)
Josh Bharier (Oakwood A)
Sam Cantor (Oakwood A)
Ben Feingold (Oakwood B)
Dan King(Oakwood B)
Louie Libbert (Oakwood B)
Sam Modlin (Oakwood B)
Dan Andrews (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Jamie Bernstein (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Dave Green (Redbridge Jewish Care A)
Daniel Lee (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Sam Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Seth Walmer (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Neil Kochane (Scrabble B)
Craig Cohen (SPEC)
Joshua Green (SPEC)
Mark Leader (SPEC)
Jacob Kalms (Temple Fortune)
Danny Sherman (Temple Fortune)
Danny Vandermolen (Temple Fortune)

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