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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Adam Zaidman (Scrabble) – Making his last appearance for the club, made several important second half saves to keep his side in the game

Alex Lewis (Los Blancos) – Put in a faultless performance at left-back, key to the Blancos boys’ second win of the season
Gab Stone (Temple Fortune) – Was excellent, played out of position but dealt with everything and looked comfortable throughout
Dan Adleman (Redbridge C) – Strong performance at the heart of the Redbridge defence as side made it two wins from two
Harvey Kaye (Oakwood A) – First game in over six months, produced an outstanding display motoring up and down the right wing

Yarden Sharon (Catford & Bromley) – Bossed the game for The Cats, was described as being ‘untouchable’ in the centre of the park
Alex Goodman (NL Raiders B) – Has dreamt about being the Raiders’ Aaron Ramsey, with his box to box goals and is a bundle of energy
Dudi Edreyi (RC UK FC) – Excellent both defensively and going forward, never gave up and was key to side’s comeback
Liam Stein (NL Raiders C) – Scored a hat-trick which contributed heavily to side’s first win of the season

Max Martin (L’Equipe) – A great hat-trick on his second start, beginning to form a devastating partnership with Andy Smith
Liron Mannie (NL Raiders A) – Scored three and claimed two assists. Gave FC Team a torrid time for 90 minutes

Liron Mannie (NL Raiders A)

Joshua Hambling (Redbridge C)

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