Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / jewishnews.co.uk Team of the Week.
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Adam Solomons (Scrabble) – Goalkeeping legend having starred in the 1990’s title-winning side, made his comeback, now in his mid-forties and pulled off some fine stops
Gideon Caller (Hendon United B) – There wasn’t much for him to do at the back, but what he was asked to do, he carried out with great assurance
Dan King (Oakwood B) – Came on shortly after half-time for his debut and excelled in a brilliant second half performance
Sam Ruback (Scrabble) – Rock-solid at the back for Scrabble as they kept a clean sheet on their return to Jewish football
Rallion McGregor (Catford & Bromley) – Played out of position at right-back, but was solid, didn’t put a foot wrong as he turned in a real class performance
Lee Goldberg (London Rovers) – Scored a great goal from the edge of the box , was a danger throughout and helped set up the winning goal
Richard Adams (Catford & Bromley) – Worked tirelessly in the centre of the park to give a true captain’s performance
Kyle Bentwood (Oakwood A) – Was superb in his role in front of the back four which helped set the O’s up for their win over the Lions
Anton Feingold (Oakwood B) – Terrorised Los Blancos on his debut and was unlucky not to score
Dovi Fehler (Hendon United A) – Has come back from the Maccabiahs fully fit and razor sharp, looked on top of his game all game and scored a treble
Daniel Orgel (Real Sosobad) – Worked extremely hard up front and bagged the hat-trick he deserved.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Adam Solomons (Scrabble)
MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Ray Abrahams (Scrabble)