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David Gordon (FC Team B) – Player-manager donned the gloves and was key in earning his side a point – including pulling off a stunning save

Daniel Woolfe (FC Team B) – Solid at the back defensively, but also managed to cap off display at left-back by finding the back of the net
Ben Grabiner (AC Mill Hill) – Centre-back may have scored an own goal, but also continued his impressive scoring run of late, as he scored twice at the right end
Josh Kaye (FC Team B) – Only his third game, but marshalled defence superbly, clearing all the danger – proper old school defending
Joe Tankel (Norstar London Raiders B) – Came on as centre-back, though was pushed forward in dying minutes and claimed dramatic late equaliser

Paul Savitz (FC Team B) – Used all his experience to try and see the game out. Gets the team going forward but also shields the defence well and hardly loses a tackle
Jonny Kay (Norstar London Raiders A) – Controlled the game from deep allowing Norstar’s front-four to wreak havoc
Elliot Espinoza (Norstar London Raiders A) – Controlled the game from deep allowing Norstar’s front-four to wreak havoc
Max Kyte (London Maccabi Lions Blue) – Patrolled the heart of the Lions midfield as Rowley Lane side upset Brady

Ben Zloof (AC Mill Hill) – Fired his side to an emphatic win as he bagged a 20-minute hat-trick, as well as laying on an assist
Jamie Gold (London Maccabi Lions Blue) – Led by example up front, was a constant menace to Brady’s defence and scored twice

David Gordon (FC Team B)

Josh Kaye (FC Team B)

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