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Harry Fine (Southgate Harmen) – Was once again superb in goal. Commanded his box well and made several stunning saves – including one from the penalty spot

Mike Khalastchi (Camden Park) – Was immense all game, restricted Redbridge to a couple of shots on target and popped up with a brave equaliser
Zac Skry (Brady Maccabi A) – Brilliant at the heart of the Brady defence. Didn’t let anyone intimidate him and made crucial tackles in a Man-of-the-Match performance
Dan Grossman (Norstar London Raiders A) – The experienced centre-half once again produced a flawless performance alongside David Rhodes
Toby Nathan (AC Whetstone) – Read the game perfectly and looked very assured at all times. Not bad for a boy who only just turned 16

Joel Isaacs (Catford & Bromley) – Scored a first half hat-trick and completely dominated the game until he was forced off through injury
Michael Goldberg (North West Neasden) – Played excellently in midfield, acted as a playmaker. Dangerous going forward all game
Sam Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care B) – A defensive midfield hardman performance shielding the defence
Oli Nathan (Norstar London Raiders C) – Gave an impressive midfield display and capped it off with a wonderful goal

Mike Pearson (Faithfold A) – Once more the prolific striker produced a classy performance – the difference as Faithfold took the points against Oakwood
James Joseph (FC Team C) – Hat-trick hero for Team. Produced some classy finishes in an all-out attacking performance

Lester Jacobs (Catford & Bromley)

Harry Fine (Southgate Harmen)

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