Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / jewishnews.co.uk Team of the Week.
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Simon Leslie (Scrabble) – In his late 40’s, became the oldest player to represent Scrabble having replaced Adam Solomons, and didn’t put a foot wrong
Sammy Kingston (Maccabi London Lions B) – Ran up and down the pitch the whole game, got two assists and scored a worldie to boot.
Adam Speck (Blizzard Storm) – Brilliant at the centre of the Storm defence, organised everyone brilliantly as they superbly marshalled the Raiders’ frontline
Alex Taylor (Harmen) – Had two different defensive partners throughout the game but slotted in alongside each of them and won every challenge that he went in for.
Darren Brown (Redbridge A) – Marshalling the team at the back, scored a bullet of a header and all this in the week he gets married!
Sam Monjack (Brady Maccabi) – Bossed the midfield from start to finish and ended the day with a hat-trick and two assists – simply unplayable at times
Sam Reeves (Faithfold B) – Brilliant performance at the heart of the park, which included scoring two stunning free-kicks
Jon Breger (FC Team B) – Team’s captain fantastic, was the heartbeat of the team and capped off performance with two goals
Ben Sollosi (Redbridge A) – Played in an unfamiliar holding midfield role and was magnificent and serene, be it breaking up play, spreading the ball wide or driving the team on
Josh Newman (Brady Maccabi) – Turned in a classy performance with a top-quality hat-trick
Dovi Fehler (Hendon United A) – Looks like scoring every time he’s within 20 yards of the goal – simply unstoppable at the moment
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Sam Monjack (Brady Maccabi)
MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Jon Jacobs (Redbridge A)