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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:
Tony Plaskow (North London Raiders C) – Stand-in goalkeeper for the day, but more than played his part, producing a stunning penalty stop to secure one of the shock results of the day

DEFENDERS:
Loz Bloom (Catford & Bromley) – Was described by as his manager by being the best player on the pitch and he definitely stood out in side’s win over Boca
Yomi Cohen (Real Hendon) – Despite the tough conditions, stood strong and helped his side to an unlikely point against the promotion chasers
Dan Andrews (Redbridge B) – Was strong in all tackles and scored the all-important first goal in what was a very solid performance
Fred Kramer (Maccabi London Lions U21) – Full-back was simply superb, great at the back and fantastic going forward, helped himself to two goals

MIDFIELDERS:
Elio Elia (Hertswood Vale) – A strong performance was capped off with an assist and a Robbie Brady-esque free-kick
Yoel Deal (Finchley City) – Didn’t deserve to be on the losing side, gave a superb performance all over the pitch
Zack Collins (Oakwood A) – Brilliant at the heart of the Oakwood defence, which was capped off by getting on the scoresheet twice
Dean Rosenthal (Maccabi London Lions B) – A terrific performance from the first to last minute, working tirelessly as he scored twice and claimed an assist for his efforts

STRIKERS:
Harry Graham (Hertswood Vale) – Was a constant menace, never stopped running and scored a deserved goal
Alex Elf (North London Raiders C) – A top-class performance up front, helped himself to a hat-trick in side’s impressive win over RC UK FC

PLAYER-MANAGERS OF THE WEEK:
Jacob Emanuel & Jack Shulman (Hertswood Vale)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Fred Kramer (Maccabi London Lions U21)

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