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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Dean Caplin (Oakwood B) – Brilliant performance in goal, pulled off several top saves as he frustrated the joint-Premier Division leaders in the cup

Josh Pugh (Scrabble) – Alternated in two different roles on the left hand side, didn’t waste a pass. Solid at the back and attacked with pace
Josh Lewis (L’Equipe) – Put in one of his best performances for at least five years. Won every challenge and claimed an assist
Dale Bradman (Oakwood A) – Put in another strong performance at the heart of what his manager says is the best defence in the League
Zac Garbacz (Hendon A) – 17-year-old was faultless at right-back and capped performance with a great goal – his first for the club

Jordan Marks (NL Raiders A) – Showed his class from start to finish, scored four, created two, was hard working, creative and devastating every time he was on the ball
Adam Lipman (London Lions B) – Played like a superhuman warrior and described by his boss as the ultimate holding midfielder
Alex Sherr (NL Raiders C) – Has been a revelation in the ‘number 10’ role all season and capped another fine performance with a brilliantly taken goal
Sean Ladier (Temple Fortune) – Battled hard and didn’t stop running for the 90 minutes as Fortune moved up to second spot in the table

Oli Sade (Finchley City) – Only played for the last half hour, though still managed to score a hat-trick in a brilliant cameo appearance
Zach Cohen (Mill Hill Dons) – Bagged a hat-trick and an assist, was involved in every goal in the game and was a constant threat throughout

Jordan Marks (NL Raiders A)

James Abrams (Oakwood B)

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