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Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / Team of the Week.


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Dan Kosky (Faithfold B) – Pulled off three superb saves, which were vital in his side claiming a thrilling win

Jon Toby (FC Team B) – Was described as brilliant at the heart of Team’s defence, even if it was in vain as side crashed out of Cup
Marc Conway (Oakwood B) – Back fit after more than a year on the sideline, marshalled side really well and has an air of authority unmatched by anyone else in the squad
Glen Turner (Hendon United B) – Solid in both defensive and attacking mode, and slotted home from six yards to claim his first ever 11-a-side goal!
Aron Luftig (London Rovers) – Rovers’ man-of-the-match, was rock solid as he didn’t allow anything to go past him

Greg Corin (Hendon United A) – Produced some mesmerising skills, always has a cool head and leads by example
Adam Gilman (AFC Flixton) – Brilliant performance in the middle of the park, a starring role as the northern side booked their place in the last four of the Cup
Ben Lauffer (Hendon United A) – Gave a passing midfield masterclass on a horrible bobbly pitch
Tomer Tricot (AC Whetstone) – An all-action midfield performance, with his diving header to cap off a great team goal earning him the man-of-the-match

Alex Bowman (Harmen) – Had the best game of his Harmen career so far, was a nuisance throughout and was rewarded for his efforts by getting on the scoresheet
Adam Arnold (North West Neasden) – Scored twice, but could have had five. Ran the Hendon defence ragged in what was a quite breathtaking display

Alex Bowman (Harmen)

Stirling Kay (North West Neasden)

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