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Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / jewishnews.co.uk Team of the Week

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

Send your nominations for team-of-the-week to andrews@thejngroup.com to reach me by Monday afternoon.

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GOALKEEPER:
Scott Shear (Redbridge B) – Produced one of his best performances in a Redbridge shirt. Pulled off two world class saves and was absolutely immense

DEFENDERS:
Jeremy Teacher (Faithfold B) – Got two assists, put in some crunching tackles and retained possession well to boot
Guy Morris (London Lions Masters) – Was dominant at the heart of the Lions defence from the first minute to last, simply described as “outstanding”
Dan Stock (Scrabble) – Alongside Brandon Sassoon, completely shut down the Lions attack at important times in the game
Zac Garbacz (Hendon A) Half the age of most people of the pitch but put in a tremendous shift and had his best game in a Hendon shirt. Didn’t deserve to be on losing side

MIDFIELDERS:
Josh Cramer (Los Blancos) – Bossed the middle of the park with his touch and movement, key to side’s win over Oakwood 
Ben Lampert (Maccabi London Lions A) – Strong performance against title challengers Redbridge as Lions claimed their most impressive win to date
Adam Rones (FC Team A) – Put in a brilliant performance for his side as they claimed an emphatic win over SPEC to book their place in the next round of the cup
Eli Shebson (RC UK FC) – Has really come out of his shell in the past three games, opposition once again couldn’t handle him and he scored an excellent goal

STRIKERS:
Jono Gaon (Finchley City) – A stunning performance as he gave a masterclass in finishing which saw him crown his debut with four goals
Jordan Sharifian (Temple Fortune) – Scored another hat-trick – including a stunning third effort – as Fortune continue title challenge

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Dan Jacobs (London Lions Masters)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Guy Morris (London Lions Masters)

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