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

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Send your nominations for team-of-the-week to andrews@thejngroup.com to reach me by Monday afternoon.

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GOALKEEPER
Matt Kemp (Redbridge B) – Back in goal after returning from university and pulled off a string of fine superb stops early on

DEFENCE
Jonny Horwitz (AC Mill Hill) – Capped off a fantastic performance with a goal with a great left footed finish at which point promotion was sealed
Leo Feldman (Camden Park) – Produced a tenacious and dogged display. Gave his opposing winger no time on the ball and distributed the ball brilliantly when in possession
Jon Weisz (FC Team A) – Held his own at the centre of the Team defence as they come under fierce pressure from the Oakwood attack
Max Clynes (Oakwood B) – Another solid game at centre half in his debut season for Oakwood. Had his hands full, but stayed calm and composed

MIDFIELD:
Marc Foster (Harmen) – Controlled the game from the middle of the park and showed why he’s been such an important player for us Harmen this season
Yisroel Lewis (London Rovers) – Was rock solid in the centre of the park, totally commanded the midfield area
Adam Posner (Norstar London Raiders B) – Had a hand in two goals as Raiders booked their place in the last four of the Barry Goldstein Cup
David James Cohen (FC Team A) – Strong performance on the right wing and claimed an assist in another impressive display

ATTACK:
Adam Paris (Camden Park) – Scored two well taken goals, held the ball up well and produced a great overall work effort for his team
Simon Moses (Los Blancos) – Blanco’s hat-trick hero, kept his cool to convert three penalties with ease as Blancos won a seven-goal cup thriller

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Jonny Horwitz (AC Mill Hill)

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Daniel Beresford (AC Mill Hill)

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