Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / jewishnews.co.uk Team of the Week.
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Josh Brooks (London Lions Blue) – Not a goalkeeper but was solid the whole game, pulled off a fantastic save at full stretch and didn’t put a foot wrong the whole game
James Neidle (Hendon United C) – Another commanding display from the Hendon captain
Nick Stern (L’Equipe) – Simply fantastic. Dominated, thwarted most attacks and embarked on numerous marauding runs downfield
Adam Hakimi (Redbridge A) – Dominant performance at the heart of defence, commanding and controlled in a fine display
Mitch Green (Southgate Harmen) – Looked back to his best in this game winning headers for fun and beating all around him for pace. Finally found his voice in this game calling the shots at the back.
Ben Ellis (Faithfold A) – Sublime performance on the left flank, bagged a hat-trick to help send his side through in the cup
Ari Last (Hendon United A) – Was superb and totally dominant against a tough Flixton team, part of arguably the finest midfield partnership in Jewish football
James Ross (Jewdinese) – A key player in side’s win. Scored a great goal as well as making crucial tackles
Dan Orgel (North West Neasden) – Was involved in every attack down the right-hand side where he was playing for the first time. Strong in defence and a constant threat
Nathan Sollosi (Redbridge B) – Brilliant display up front which saw him bag a hat-trick as Redbridge close gap on runners-up spot
Josh Gaon (Los Blancos) – Blancos’ main man just can’t stop scoring right now and added another two goals to his tally as club’s stunning form continues
MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Daniel Cordell (L’Equipe)
PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Ben Ellis (Faithfold A)