Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / jewishnews.co.uk Team of the Week.
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Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune) – May have been on the losing side, but produced a couple of superb stops to keep the scoreline down
Joel Isaacs (Catford & Bromley) – The pick of an immense Catford backline as they claimed their first league win of the season
Sean Ladier (Blizzard Storm) – Was solid throughout at the heart of the Storm defence as they recorded impressive 3-0 win over Faithfold
James Neidle (Hendon United B) – Domineering performance at the back for Hendon, restricted Fortune to few, if any clear-cut chances
Ed Brafman (Maccabi London Lions B) – Showed exactly why he wears the captain’s armband. Not only got on the score sheet, but made vital challenges to help team keep a clean sheet.
Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi) – Helped himself to another hat-trick, as he produced another imperious performance for the Division One leaders
Jonny Gahan (Faithfold C) – Was described as being without doubt the best player on the pitch, a big shout given the performance of his teammates
Elliot Espinoza (Scrabble) – Captained the side on the day and ran the game from midfield as Scrabble maintained 100 percent-winning start to season
Lorian Madanes (FC Team B) – Dazzled on the wing for Team as they hit Brixton for six in emphatic win
Mark Smith (L’Equipe) – Hat-trick proved to be the difference with his three goals being enough to see L’Equipe beat Bilbaum in a seven-goal thriller
David Dinkin (North London Raiders A) – Was superb in the number 9 role up front, held up the ball all game and was a super outlet
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Jonny Gahan (Faithfold C)
MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Rob Shooman (Faithfold C)