Jewish News team of the week

Jewish News team of the week

Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / Team of the Week

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

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Scott Shear (Redbridge B) – Described as being the best goalkeeper in the league, and produced another superb performance to help side to the title

Harvey Kaye (Oakwood A) – Gave a great performance starting at right-back, before showing his versatility by moving over to left-back
David Khalastchi (Camden Park) – Camden’s man-of-the-match was immense. Stood firm, won and blocked everything while the rest of the back four changed
Dan Andrews (Redbridge B) – Produced his best game in a RJC shirt, was first to every ball and stood toe-to-toe with the Lions forwards
James Jobling (South Manchester Sports Club 1st) – Brilliant performance at right-back for his side, part of the Mancs defence which kept the lively Lions youngsters quiet

Eshad Rahiv (Temple Fortune) – Was a constant menace to the L’Equipe full-back, played his socks off
Simon Englander (Hertwood Vale) – Vale’s man-of-the-match won header after header, solidified the middle of the park and turned deep-lying playmaker
Brett Stead (Temple Fortune) – Bossed the game throughout from the centre of the pitch as Fortune ended season in both style and with promotion
Adam Goldman (Redbridge B) – Put in 110 percent- was just fantastic. Had been practicing his golf passes before the game, and played a masterclass loft wedge for side’s first goal

Richard Fogelman (Faithfold B) – League’s top scorer scored twice and claimed three assists in his side’s crushing win
Saul Shapiro (South Manchester Sports Club 1st) – A brilliant performance up front, a constant menace which saw him score twice as he helped side to first PM Cup Final since 2013

Sam Rank (Redbridge B)

Dan Andrews (Redbridge B)

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