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Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

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

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GOALKEEPER:
Marc Woolfe (NL Raiders B) – Excelled in central midfield, before donning the goalkeeping gloves – and pulled off a string of fine saves, including a penalty

DEFENDERS:
Adam Waters (Scrabble) – Playing out of position but in top form defending well and raiding down the wing. Switched to central midfield and scored Scrabble’s second goal
Daryl Rubin (Redbridge A) – Was brilliant, composed and a goal threat at set-pieces, is simply a Rolls Royce of a defender
Brandon Sassoon (Scrabble) – A real captain’s performance, powerful headed clearances and distribution was of top class quality and scored
Zac Garbacz (Hendon A) – Wasn’t troubled defensively and made good use of the ball going forward

MIDFIELDERS:
Benji Weinberger (Maccabi London Lions B) – Scored a match-winning brace, with the arriving in the 90th minute, as he showed his terrific finishing capabilities
James Bell (L’Equipe) – Man-of-the-match performance, won every tackle, displayed some beautiful passing and topped it off two brilliant goals
Ryan Kramer (Mill Hill Dons) – Claimed three assists, won numerous crucial challenges and cut the Raiders defence open several times with some delightful balls
Richard Winton (Catford & Bromley) – Tormented Redbridge throughout with a superb performance down the flank

STRIKERS:
Leor Sidle (Oakwood A) – Was simply unplayable. Never stopped running and his persistence and pressure paid off in stoppage time when he scored the winner
Dean Nyman (Redbridge A) – A menace to the whole backline, rolled back the years with a Man-of-the-Match performance

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Jeff Gotch (Catford & Bromley)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Leor Sidle (Oakwood A)

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