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Grant Waissel (Norstar Raiders C) – Another excellent performance as he claimed his third clean sheet of the season. Impressively commanding as ever and produced two quality saves at vital time
David Khalastchi (Camden Park) – Patched up and returning from injury, was first class, full of energy, tough in the tackle, dangerous going forward and scored a rare goal
Scott Mackenzie (North West Neasden) – First game for two years, was tremendous going forward and superb at the back
David Brown (Boca Jewniors) – Impressive display at the heart of the Boca defence, playing a pivotal role in side’s draw against high-flying Cats
Dan Lederman (FC Team B) – Made intelligent runs forward, never let his man get past him and was solid throughout. A man of the match performance by side’s most unsung player
Avidan Last (Hendon United A) – Claimed at least four assists amid some excellent work on the left wing
Yoel Deal (King Crown) – Put in a Man-of-the-Match performance at the heart of the King Crown midfield, and capped it off with a goal
David Esterkin (Norstar London Raiders B) – One third of a trio of superb midfielders for the Raiders, capped off with a goal
Ben Ellis (Faithfold A) – May not have been on the scoresheet, but was a constant threat down right flank for Faithfold in their comfortable cup win
Mitch Hahn (Woodford Wanderers) – Outstanding performance. Cause Lions defence no end of problems and produced two clinical finishes to send side through in Cup
Lee Greenfield (Southgate Harmen) – Match-winning hat-trick to send Harmen top of the Division One table
MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Tony Charles (Woodford Wanderers)
PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Lee Greenfield (Southgate Harmen)