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Bobby Abrams (London Haroldeans) – Deputising in goal and didn’t let his side down as more than played his part in side’s draw

Richard Jaffe (Faithfold B) – Produced his best game of the season for the Greens as Faithfold shocked Mill Hill
Rob Sanford (FC Team C) – Solid at the back, showed resilience when he had to as Team maintained their title challenge
Ezekiel Jacob (Hendon United C) – Another impressive performance, kept the dangerous Michael Goldberg under wraps, solid in the air, and let nothing through all game
Chaim Strom (Hendon United B) – Best performance of the season, kept the Fortune winger quiet all game and showed a desire to get forward.

Matt West (Loughton Orient) – Got a great goal and was a threat the whole game. His quick feet and skill were fantastic to behold
Ben Joseph (Brady Maccabi A) – Showed his class as he ran the game from the centre of the park
Alex Aviram (Woodford Wanderers) – Another strong performance at the heart of midfield, tenacious, tough-tackling, once again the mainstay in Woodford midfield
Guy Marks (Camden Park) – Having a great season so far and this was another tireless display of full of pace and skill

Richard Fogelman (L’Equipe) – League’s top goalscorer had his best game of the season which saw him net a hat-trick
Sam Castle (Southgate Harmen) – Scored four well-taken goals, and can lay claim to three assists. Played like a real leader up top and didn’t stop running

Dan Curtis (Loughton Orient)

Richard Fogelman (L’Equipe)

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