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Marc Jacobs (Loughton Orient) – Kicking and distribution today were excellent, came and cleared his lines when needed and controlled his 18 yard box brilliantly

Steve Keller (Catford & Bromley) – Unbeatable at the back and got forward time and again, delivering a string of crosses
Ezekiel Jacobs (Hendon United C) – Rock-solid at the back, strong in the tackle and won everything in the air
Ben Halmer (Jewdinese) – Had a great game at the heart of the Jewdinese defence, making two goal line clearances to help his side to the points
Rob Blackman (Norstar London Raiders A) – Another superb performance from the fullback strong in defence and a constant threat going forward

Yehoshua Silverman (Boca Jewniors) – Showed sublime footwork to make space for himself whenever presented with the ball, finished a great game by scoring the sixth
Paul Savitz (FC Team B) – Best player on the pitch by a country mile. Didn’t lose a single challenge, was involved in everything and scored a wonderful solo goal
Yoav Kestenbaum (Hendon United A) – Stood up to huge intimidation and any number of questionable challenges to prove the difference between the sides
Lee Greenfield (Southgate Harmen) – A world class performance up and down the right wing. Protected his right-back, was a threat going forward and scored twice

Richard Silver (Camden Park) – Now with three goals in his last two games, getting back to his very best. Was a constant threat yesterday.
Michael Field (North West Neasden) – Involved in all of his side’s four goals and described as being the best number 10 in the League

Dan Curtis (Loughton Orient)

Paul Savitz (FC Team B)

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