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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Jake Doffman (NL Raiders A) – Produced a string of fine saves, claimed everything with authority as he continuously frustrated the Lions Masters

Ben Kfir (Faithfold B) – Was described as ‘brilliant’ by his manager, defensively strong and threatening going forward
Eli Davila (Finchley City) – Stand-out performance at the back for Finchley, as they claimed a win which keeps alive their hopes of a top-three finish
Mark Addis (London Lions Masters) – Part of a superb and formidable defence, which restricted Raiders to less than a handful of chances
Rob Benson (NL Raiders B) – Best performer for his side, great at the back and offered an attacking outlet down the right flank

Russell Goldstein (Redbridge A) – Bagged a hat-trick from midfield, showed outstanding energy, personality and presence
Jonny Kay (NL Raiders A) – Strong at the heart of the Raiders defence and needed to be as he tried to stem Masters attacks
Dovi Vogel (RC UK FC) – Controlled the midfield perfectly, producing an array of short, sharp passes and was brilliant in interrupting Mill Hill’s play
Ben Moss (RC UK FC) – Provided excellent wing play, scored two beautifully taken goals and was a real nuisance to Mill Hill for the entire game

Joel Holder (Finchley City) – Capped off a fine debut display by finding the back of the net
David Dinkin (NL Raiders A) – Kept his composure when he needed to the most, cooly slotted home from the penalty spot to send side through to cup final

Jake Doffman (NL Raiders A)

Daniel Shafron (NL Raiders A)

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