Send your nominations for team-of-the-week to andrews@thejngroup.com to reach me by Monday afternoon.

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GOALKEEPER:
Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune) – Produced several fine stops as equalled the club record of keeping four consecutive clean sheets

DEFENDERS:
Guy Helman (Oakwood A) – Brilliant at left-back for the O’s, strong at the back and also a threat going forward
Max Hassell (Maccabi London Lions A)Superb for the Lions, led the defensive line as they booked their place in the Cyril Anekstein Cup final
Dan Stock
(Scrabble) – Came on for the injured Scrabble captain Brandon Sassoon and was a rock at the heart of the Scrabble defence

Ben Annis (Oakwood B) – Produced his best game of the season, took his goal well and constantly got into promising positions

MIDFIELDERS:
Rob Simmons (L’Equipe) – The champions’ man-of-the-match, scored two quality goals and never stopped running for 90 minutes
Sam Sloma (Maccabi London Lions Masters) – Alongside Danny Daggers and Craig Pearl, was part of the Lions midfield trio which ran the game and bagged a hat-trick to boot
Ben Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A) – The senior of the three Sollosi’s on show, delivered a masterclass and set a fabulous example to his younger siblings
Oscar Wagner (North London Raiders A) – Was a constant threat, worked tirelessly and was rewarded with two goals

STRIKERS:
RA Noe (Real Hendon) – Was a constant threat as he ran the opposition ragged all morning. Scored three, claimed two assists and had another two ruled out for offside
Adam Goldman (Redbridge Jewish Care B) – Chased every ball down, and worked tremendously hard for the entire match

MANAGERS OF THE WEEK:
Sam Rank, Johan Simberg & Richard Stern (Redbridge Jewish Care B)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Sam Sloma (Maccabi London Lions Masters)