Maccabi Tel Aviv 2:1 Ashdod (U19)
The Under-19 team got back onto the winning track with a dramatic win late in the contest. The Yellow & Blue came into the match in 2nd place but now are level on points with first place Maccabi Petah Tikva ain’t only goal differential separating the two. Bar Cohen and Gil Ben Shalosh scored for Maccabi. For the full Match Report Click Here.

Maccabi “Oded” Tel Aviv 4:1 Hapoel Raanana (U17)
After last week’s Derby win, the Under-17 said continued their positive momentum with a win over Raanana and a 7 point lead over the 2nd place team as they remain atop the table. Or Roizman scored a hat trick and Tal Torgeman scored a single marker. Head Coach Eliezer Ben Aharon summed up the match: “We began a week with 3 matches to finish off the first round of games. We were able to successfully make it through the first match and got the upper hand right from the get go as we understood how to beat the three Raanana central defenders system. It was great to see that we were able to translate what we had worked on in training in the actual game. Wednesday we play Netanya who plays with a different style and are physical and more aggressive than Raanana and then on Saturday we play the Classico against Maccabi Haifa with the goal of taking all 6 points.

Bnei Yehuda 0:3 Maccabi “Eli Fuchs” Tel Aviv (U16)
After a 2:0 midweek win over Ironi Nesher, the Under-16 side defeated Bnei Yehuda on Matchday 14 of League action. Yonatan Paz scored a brace and Roie Revivo had the other marker. Head Coach Eran Sassi: “This was a team game by our players. The pitch was smaller than usual and the host’s packed it in defensively but we were patient and we waited for our chances. I’m proud as to how we played this match.”

Maccabi “Eldad” Tel Aviv 2:0 Hapoel Ramat Gan (U15)
The Under-15 team won on Matchday 12 as they defeated Ramat Gan 2:0 to maintain second place on the table. Oscar Gluch and Nir Levi scored for Ori David’s side. “We played against a very aggressive team on the border on actually violent so it was a good challenge that the players were able to face. Some handled it well, some had difficulties. This was a good game to learn from and now it’s on next week’s Derby.”