Jewish News team of the week

Jewish News team of the week

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

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

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Yehuda Fink (Hendon United B) – Saved his best performance of the season to the last game, producing a host of excellent saves from long-range shots

Jono Nesbitt (Hendon United B) – Solid performance from one of Hendon’s most reliable players. Snuffed out everything when at full-back and then caused problems when moved to the wing
Adam Speck (NL Raiders Masters) – Excelled at the back for the Masters in their cup semi-final win, and kept his composure to slot home his penalty
Dan King (Oakwood B) – Turning into captain fantastic, can seemingly do everything and showed it again on Sunday
Dani Dennison (Oakwood B) – Even if he protected his ankles before a big holiday next week, Dani put in a great shift as per usual to cap a terrific season

Gideon Barth (Hendon United B) – Scored twice in what was a superb all-round display. Raiders could not live with his pace.
Brad Gayer (Redbridge B) – His set piece deliveries were on the money every time, and contributed with two assists. Gave a real captain’s performance
Tony Plaskow (NL Raiders Masters) – One of three excellent performances at the heart of the Raiders midfield, capped off performance by getting on the scoresheet
Josh Dickinson (Oakwood B) – Two goals on his farewell game, a dynamic and quick winger who scored with his final touch of the ball

Benni Sluckis (Hendon United B) – Could have scored more than once but a constant threat and worked his socks off
Rafi Bloom (Oakwood B) – Took his goal well and led the line nicely. Works so hard for his teammates

Tony Plaskow (NL Raiders Masters)

Dan Levy (NL Raiders Masters)

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