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


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Scott Shear (Real Sosobad) – Was outstanding, pulled off some unimaginable saves against the most prolific striker in Jewish football

Scott Benson (Brady Maccabi) – ‘Mr Reliable’ put in an outstanding performance, solid throughout
Ezekiel Jacob (Hendon United B) – May have been on the losing side but did his best to hold together a makeshift defence in difficult circumstances
Rob Samford (FC Team A) – Vital cog in Team’s defence which dealt superbly with Hendon’s forwards as they held treble challengers to a point
Adam Levene (Blizzard Storm) – ‘The Doc’ led by example, pushing his team on as they scored three in the last ten minutes to keep alive cup dream

Ethan Zone (Hendon United A) – Was superb all game, gave an all-action left-back/left-wing performance.
Scott Kay (North West Neasden) – Has worked hard on his fitness over the past two weeks, and was once again outstanding as he stood out in the heart of Neasden’s defence
Michael Byers (Temple fortune) – Much-improved all-round performance saw him produce his best game for Fortune. Claimed his first goal for the club – which was also the winner
Yosh Silverman (London Rovers) – More than made his mark after coming off the bench. Not only scored, but also set up the winner

Liron Mannie (Norstar London Raiders A) – Described as being “somewhere close to his unplayable best”, imperious display capped off with a goal
Dean Nyman (Redbridge A) – Brilliant performance up top. His two goals proved the difference as Redbridge won the Essex derby

Scott Shear (Real Sosobad)

Ben Gilbey (FC Team A)

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