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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:
Sam Singer (Mill Hill Dons) – Pulled off a number of quality saves to keep the Dons ahead in the game, the difference between his side winning and losing

DEFENDERS:
Lee Warner (Oakwood A) – Superb at full-back for the O’s as they claimed a superb win over the Lions at Rowley Lane
Daniel Sinclair (Finchley City) – Maintained his 100 percent winning record for the side, a superb performance at the back, influential in maintaining the side’s shape
Bailey Snow (Hertswood Vale) – Travelled back from university and into the squad with a vengeance. Didn’t miss a single header all morning and popped up with the winner
Yehuda Korman (Hendon A) – The best player on the pitch scored a scintillating hat-trick to go with a fantastic performance

MIDFIELDERS:
Brad Gayer (Redbridge B) – Captain used the ball well, scored one, claimed an assist and was always a threat with his trusty left foot
James Mandell (L’Equipe) – Was simply unplayable, breezed past his opponents like they weren’t there and capped it off with a magical goal
Lollu Hibbert (Real Hendon) – Controlled the centre of the park, was a continual threat and bagged an excellent hat-trick
Aaron Luftig (RC UK FC) – Was magnificent, not just in defence but going forward and played a huge part in the solitary goal of the game 

STRIKERS:
Adam Hersh (Los Blancos) – One of 11 exceptional performances for the Blancos boys, and topped his performance off with a stunning Henry-esque vs Manchester United goal
Leor Sidle (Oakwood A) – Scored twice as the O’s produced arguably the result of the day, coming away from Rowley Lane with a 5-1 win

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Daniel Kristall (Oakwood A)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Leor Sidle (Oakwood A)

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