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

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GOALKEEPER:
Sam Singer (Mill Hill Dons) – Superb between the sticks, made several saves he had no right to make, and was the key to ensuring his side avoided defeat

DEFENDERS:
Scott McKenize (Redbridge B) – Was very solid and grew into the game. Produced a fantastic delivery for third goal, and defensively was superb
Gilad Kestenbaum (Real Hendon) – A star performer for his side, won everything in the air at the heart of side’s defence
Martin Smulovitch (Real Hendon) – Brilliant alongside Kestenbaum, A star performer for his side, won everything in the hair at the heart of side’s defence
Brett Stead (Temple Fortune) – Was outstanding at the back for Fortune as he helped his side keep another clean sheet

MIDFIELDERS:
James Gold (London Lions A) – Was so good, he was nominated by both his and the opposition’s manager. Brilliant down the flank as Lions heaped more misery on Hendon
Darra Razaghi (RC UK FC) – His side’s man-of-the-match, didn’t lose the ball once, made simple and difficult passes, beat men, won tackles and claimed three assists
Daniel Bean (Redbridge B) – Covered every blade of grass was simply, in the words of his manager, ‘world class’
Russell Goldstein (Redbridge A) – Has a brilliant engine and football mind, and showed it by scoring two well-taken goals, as well as claiming an assist

STRIKERS:
Max Kyte (London Lions) – Unplayable up front, a constant thorn in Hatfield’s defence, which saw him bag a hat-trick as Lions secured Herts Senior League title
Gavin Levy (Temple Fortune) – Produced a typical ‘super sub’ performance, came off the bench for the second half and scored two goals

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Andy Landesberg (London Lions)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Max Kyte (London Lions)