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Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

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Will Martyn (Boca Jewniors) – Brilliant between the sticks for Boca, pulled off several top stops to seal impressive win over Catford

Josh Cirra (Boca Jewniors) – A rock at the back for Boca, helped stave off Catford attacks in the second half and even manged to get on the scoresheet
Alex Taylor (Maccabi London Lions A) – Brilliant at the back for the Lions as they won at the champions, capped off performance by also getting on the scoresheet
David Cohen (Oakwood A) – Provided a solid platform for the O’s as they kept compact and resilient to take the points against Camden
James Law (Redbridge C) – Provided both defensive strength and offensive threat as Redbridge claimed an important win which saw them up into second spot in the table

Joe Jordan (Redbridge B) – Scored a fantastic hat-trick – three clinical finishes, and was at the heart of all the team’s great passing moves
Guy Helman (Oakwood A) – Attacking midfielder did just that for the O’s as they saw off a battling Camden side to keep pace with Hendon at the top of the table
Craig Phillps (Redbridge C) – Put in a great shift for the 90 minutes as Essex men dug deep to hold on for the points in their five-goal thriller against Mill Hill Dons
Sam Sollosi (Redbridge B) – Was very impressive in a 45-minute cameo. Scored twice, claimed one assist and always looked dangerous when he had the ball

Richard Salmon (FC Team A) – Scored four goals in side’s emphatic win as he’s beginning to show signs he’s almost back to his best
Jack Mattey (London Lions U21) – Recently turned 17-year-old was the star of the show as he netted a superb hat-trick as side claimed second MGBSFL scalp of the season

Joe Zender (London Lions U21)

Jack Mattey (London Lions U21)

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