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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David Gordon (FC Team) – First game back after injury and proved what a club legend he is by playing a pivotal part in side’s cup upset

Oli Richardson (Scrabble) – Made his debut and looked solid and reliable, both in terms of defending and going forward
Dan Breger (FC Team) – Brilliant performance at the back for Team, was integral in side’s cup upset win against Temple Fortune
Rafi Terespolsky (Bayern Mincha) – A central midfielder who m who filled in at right back, didn’t put a foot wrong all game and made a crucial goal line clearance
Ben Harris (Camden Park) – Played his first game in a year, was excellent at the back and going forward

Scott Oldstein (Redbridge A) – Out for a year with cruciate ligament, his first full game saw him back to his best with a brilliant display of wide play and a goal
Alex Moss (North London Raiders A) – Pulled the strings in midfield, got on the scoresheet and was the joint-best player on the pitch
Rob Blackman (North London Raiders B) – Superb for 120 minutes, especially as he was up against a Redbridge centre midfield trio for most of the game
Jacob Kalms (Temple Fortune B) – Covered every blade of grass and protected the Fortune defence to perfection

Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha) – Scored five times and was virtually unstoppable with his pace, power and finishing
Kai Vale (Fairlop FC) – A brilliant performance up front, showed what he’s capable of by netting a match-winning hat-trick

Kai Vale (Fairlop FC)

Jonny Pearl (FC Team)

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