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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:
Will Martyn (Boca Jewniors) – Brilliant in between the sticks for Boca as they claimed their fourth win of the season against the Cats

DEFENDERS:
Josh Cinna (Boca Jewniors) – Stand-out defensive performance at the back for Boca, integral figure in them securing the three points
Adam Morrow (Mill Hill Dons) – Instrumental figure in what was Dons’ best defensive performance of the season. Didn’t put a foot wrong and won some crucial challenges
Alex Lee (Oakwood A) – Was outstanding at the heart of the Oakwood defence as secured a hard-fought win which moves them a step closer to securing the league title
Rob Jay (Temple Fortune) – Solid defensively and a threat going forward as Fortune kept up their promotion challenge with a comfortable win

MIDFIELDERS:
Benji Weinberger (London Lions B) – Scored twice, which was just reward for an overall great performance
Mark Smith (L’Equipe) – Unplayable as he has been all season. Gets around the pitch as he links the defense with the attack with such ease
Nathan Sollosi (Redbridge A) – Scored a perfect hat-trick with right foot, left foot and a header. A bundle of energy around the pitch, breaking up play as well as driving the team forward
Joe Reece (Mill Hill Dons) – Extremely comfortable with playing the ball out of defence, made some key interceptions and challenges and scored with the last kick of the game

STRIKERS:
Andy Smith (L’Equipe) – Added two more goals to his tally to cap off another fantastic all-round performance
Adam Burchell (London Lions A) – Man-of-the-match performance from the Lions striker, netting twice to help side beat Brady

PLAYER-MANAGERS OF THE WEEK:
Nick Stern (L’Equipe)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Mark Smith (L’Equipe)

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