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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Ben Law (Scrabble) – A magnificent display saw him make four saves at point-blank range, two in particular were outstanding as he earned his side a point

Gideon Wetrin (Temple Fortune) – The Fortune legend was solid throughout at left back as they kept up their title challenge
Dan Breger (FC Team A) – Was superb at the heart of the Team defence, won every tackle and header
Nathan Anders (London Lions B) – Came into the team at 17-years of age and was outstanding as he played his part in side’s first clean sheet of the season
Richard Stern (Redbridge B) – First game in a Redbridge B shirt this season, he won every first ball and scored a fantastic penalty

Daniel Seligman (Oakwood B) – Not his natural position, but played it diligently and scored an exceptional goal
Mark Smith (L’Equipe) – Made captain for the day and put in one of the best performances seen all season. Led from the front like a true leader
Sammy Hakimian (Mill Hill Dons) – A real solid performance, controlled the midfield battle with some superb interceptions and was very strong on the ball
Eli Shebson (RC UK FC) – Was praised by both managers as being the best player on the park, kept side ticking over with some exquisite passing

Josh Marks (Camden Park) – An outstanding performance, was a constant menace to Redbridge’s defence, holding the ball up, brought others into play and got on scoresheet
Will Ufland (NL Raiders B) – Scored with his first touch after coming on and forced Ben Law in to a series of outstanding saves to keep Scrabble in the game

Max Saunders (Camden Park)

Josh Marks (Camden Park)

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