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GOALKEEPER:
Jordan Davidson (Woodford Wanderers) – May have been on the losing side, but still produced a string of fine stops, which earned him praise from both managers

DEFENDERS:
Ryan Cole (Redbridge A) – Was behind all of Redbridge’s attacking play, played long searching passes and capped off performance with superb free-kick
Simon Peterman (Hendon A) – Gave a calm, assured display at the heart of the Hendon defence, to frustrate the Premier Division champions
Brett Stead (Temple Fortune) – Was superb at the heart of the Fortune defence – described as being the best player on the pitch
Dan Linton (Oakwood B) – Very much an unsung hero at Oakwood who quietly gets on with his job. Once again, was assured and composed

MIDFIELDERS:
Conor Perlmutter (FC Team A) – Was superb on his debut, described as unplayable, scored one and claimed two assists
Rafi Kon (Finchley City) – Had a 100 percent pass rate, dictated the tempo of the game and was influential in everything good from City
Avi Mocton (RC UK FC) – Plays in both central defence and midfield, was the best player on the pitch, nothing got past him and he got past everyone
Jack Roberts (NL Raiders B) – Enjoyed an impressive debut, which he capped off with two excellent goals

STRIKERS:
Joshua Cinna (Boca Jewniors) – Never gave up, kept taking the ball up the pitch and got his rewards with a hat-trick to secure Boca’s first win – and points – of the season
Richard Fogelman (Faithfold B) – League’s leading scorer scored took his tally to 20 goals for the season, his brace – including a stunning effort – earning Greens a point against Raiders

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Sefton Monk (Boca Jewniors)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Joshua Cinna (Boca Jewniors)