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David Simnock (Norstar London Raiders B) – Showed he’s back to his best by pulling off a string of fine saves

Jamie Murray  (London Maccabi Lions White) – 16-year-old was described as being ‘class’ as Lions got their season up and running with first win – and points – of the season
Ari Nevies (Hendon United A) – Faultless again as he continued his high-quality season including producing a superb last-ditch tackle on Matt Stock
Sam McCarthy (Redbridge A) – Played two positions across the Redbridge defence and excelled in both spots
Alex Bloch (Norstar London Raiders A) – Part of the Raiders’ rock-solid defence which kept a clean sheet against free-scoring Hendon

Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi B) Danger man was back to his best, scoring twice and claiming an assist in victory over SPEC
Jon Breger (FC Team A) – Controlled the game from the first to last minute, never offering the Lions a sniff of a chance at goal
Jeremy Elster (Norstar London Raiders B) – The best of a fabulous bunch for Raiders, a truly imperious performance which was capped off with a goal
Jono Nesbitt (Hendon United C) – Playing his first game in the position, scored twice, showed excellent energy, and didn’t forget his defensive responsibilities

Jono Gaon (Los Blancos) – Scored five times in a virtuoso display as Blancos continued their recent good run of form
Alex Bowman (Southgate Harmen) –Scored once and claimed two assists. Worked hard up top by himself and will be pleased with his morning’s works

Joel Alterman & Sam Castle (Southgate Harmen)

Jono Gaon (Los Blancos)

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