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Jake Doffman (Norstar Raiders A) – Put in an exceptional performance in which nothing was ever going to make it past him

Bradley Gayer (Chigwell Athletic) – A rock at the heart of the Chigwell defence as side caused major upset of the day
Jordan Nathan (Brady A) – In very difficult conditions read the game superbly and never let the FC Team forwards get on top of him.
James Milman (FC Team B) – First game for over two months after injury and was faultless. Also made a vital clearance off the line at 0-0
Glenn Davis (Chigwell Athletic) – Another top performance in the Chigwell defence, key in side’s fantastic win in Essex derby

Ben Winters (London Maccabi Lions White) – Scored twice for David Pollock’s side, as he put in a gutsy performance to push Lions off the foot of the table
David Esterkin (Norstar London Raiders B) – Netted a 15-minute hat-trick to well and truly fire the Raiders to promotion
Josh Gordon (Brady Maccabi A) – In his first start after injury won the midfield battle and never missed a tackle
Jon Franks (FC Team B) – Hard working performance to get forward and defend and unlucky not to score a wonder goal when his shot crashed off of the crossbar after some good skill

Dean Ben Yosef (Chigwell Athletic) – Was described as being ‘simply unplayable’, as the Redbridge backline struggled to cope with his pace and movement
Alex Elf (Hendon United C) – Fantastic performance from the frontman, led by example as he bagged a hat-trick in emphatic cup win

Richard Slater (Chigwell Athletic)

Dean Ben Yosef (Chigwell Athletic)

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