by Andrew Sherwood

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Dean Caplin (Oakwood A) – Produced an excellent performance, which saw him produce some fine saves to keep his side ahead at crucial moment in London County cup tie

Adam Ben-Harosh (Mill Hill Dons) – Intercepted numerous Raiders passes, looked incredibly comfortable on the ball and nothing seemed to get past him
Theo Azouz (Camden Park) – Not only his club debut, but didn’t realise he was playing until the last minute and never put a foot wrong throughout
Zack Neiman (North London Raiders A) – Pure class and a rock at the back. Kept Reiss Mogilner quiet all game and was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet
Zak McLeod (Scrabble) – Played out of position, provided some great balls down the right and defended solidly

Bradley Gayer (Fairlop FC) – Showed his class again, a big game player and produced a fantastic volleyed finish
Adam Rones (FC Team) – A great all-round display in the centre of the park for Team as side claimed first league win of the season
Mark Woolfe (Los Blancos) – Brilliant at the heart of the Blancos midfield as they cruised to victory, maintaining their 100 percent winning start to the season
Tyler Smith (Maccabi London Lions White) – Commanded the centre of midfield and got an assist in all goals, a very mature performance from a promising Lions youngster

Chaim Bordon (Faithfold A) – Not only scored an excellent brace and was a real menace for 90 minutes
Aron Gale (Straw Hat Pirates) – Scored one, won two penalties and caused problems throughout for the Temple Fortune defence

Zack Neiman (North London Raiders A)

James Gershfield (Maccabi London Lions White)