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Marc Jacobs (Loughton Orient) – Made some very good early saves when Orient were under pressure and came and controlled his area superbly
Bradley Gayer (Chigwell Athletic) – Solid performance at left-back for Chigwell, as side recorded impressive win at the leaders
Ari Nevies (Hendon United A) – Was superb at the heart of defence, alongside Josh Lipman, as Hendon booked their cup final place at Wingate.
Josh Pistol (Norstar Raiders A) – Was hailed as being his side’s man of the match as he put in a magnificent shift at the heart of the Raiders defence
Andy Cohen (Norstar Raiders C) – Put in another impressive performance not playing in his preferred position and scored a stunner to win the game
Zuriel Solomon (Faithfold A) – A fleeting appearance from the player-manager though showed his class remains by getting on the scoresheet
Josh Jacobs (Loughton Orient) – Ran his socks off for the team and was involved in every attack. Great contribution for the equalising goal
Ben Mannheim (Temple Fortune) – Won every tackle, creative in the attack, superb midfield performance
Dan Orgel (North West Neasden) – Covered every grain of grass, scored twice and was an inspiration to his team mates
Andy Sheena (FC Team A) – May have had the flu, but that didn’t stop him scoring four brilliant goals in what could prove to be a priceless win for Team
Jon Kay (L’Equipe) – His best game of the season so far. Held up the ball brilliantly, linked up well with his teammates and scored
PLAYER-MANAGER OF THE WEEK
Dan Curtis (Loughton Orient)
PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Andy Sheena (FC Team A)