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David Kosky (London Maccabi Lions Blue) – May have been on the losing side, but did everything in his power to try and shut out the runaway leaders

David Khalastchi (Camden Park) – Dominated the whole flank on his own, both a constant threat going forward and a stalwart defensively, and scored a screamer to boot
James Joseph (Los Blancos) – Used to playing off the striker, put in a superb shift at centre back against his old club
Avi Korman (Hendon United A) – One of a number of great performances for Hendon. Controlled their defence – and Woodford’s strike force
Sam Jacobson (Oakwood A) – Was dominant throughout, got on the scoresheet with  a free-kick and claimed a fantastic assist with a 40-yard pass

Tom Miller (FC Team B) – Came in from the A team and worked hard down the left and created a goal
Ben Radstone (FC Team B) – Like an annoying dog nipping at your heels and never gives the opposition a minute’s peace
Brad Cohen (SPEC) – His Berbatov-like first touch and passing range showed what a great signing he could turn out for SPEC
Jamie Wolfson (Norstar London Raiders A) – Magical feet on the wing and was at the centre of all of Raiders good work

Ryan Cole (Chigwell Athletic) – Constant threat to Brixton backline throughout and helped himself to two goals
Yishai Last (Hendon United A) – Was brilliant up front for Hendon as he ran rings around the Woodford defence

Ric Blank & Alex Schock (Oakwood A)

David Khalastchi (Camden Park)

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