Jewish News team of the week

Jewish News team of the week

Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News /

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

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Reuben Rabstein (Maccabi London Lions U21) – A heroic performance as he pulled of a string of stunning saves – and that wasn’t including his two stops in a dramatic penalty shoot-out

Ben Loofe (Oakwood B) –Took everything out of the air, bombed forward and produced a dominant performance against a terrific front line
Josh Pugh (Scrabble) – Captain for the day, kept a cool head and shut down everything that Bilbaum threw at him
Jake Marks (Temple Fortune) – Was outstanding at the heart of the Fortune defence as they consolidated their promotion challenge
Sam Hamerton (Maccabi London Lions U21) – Made the right flank his own with the incredible energy he possesses

Max Misrahi (Maccabi London Lions U21) – Played with the heart of a true lion at the centre of the park, integral figure in their stunning win
Rob Blackman (Scrabble) – Started in the back three, went off injured, then came back on to play through the pain barrier,  shored up midfield and scored winner
Jason Lindsey (Temple Fortune) – Rolled back the years with an outstanding performance in front of the back four
Jacob Kay (Redbridge C) – Man-of-the-match performance down the right flank as he helped side to win which kept up their promotion challenge

David Smouha (Camden Park) – Scored two outstanding goals and one assist, was a class act for 90 minutes
Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge A) – Tormented the Spec backline, with his Rabona finish the pick of his four goals

Joe Zender (Maccabi London Lions U21)

Reuben Rabstein (Maccabi London Lions U21)

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