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CHECK OUT TEAM OF THE WEEK IN THIS WEEK’S JEWISH NEWS!

Send your nominations for team-of-the-week to andrews@thejngroup.com to reach me by Monday afternoon.

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GOALKEEPER
David Simnock (Norstar London Raiders B) – Pulled off some top draw saves to keep his side in the game, and ultimately earn them a point

DEFENCE
Avi Korman (Hendon United A) – Was magnificent in both full-back roles, providing endless energy up and down both flanks
Mitch Green (Blizzard Storm) – Put in a solid performance, scored two good goals as he took it upon himself to join in the attacks which effectively changed the game
David Cohen (KS Reunited) – Was a colossus at the back, leading the line brilliantly while also having a hand in the goal
Paul Shinwell (London Rovers) – Described as being ‘fantastic’ at full-back, strong at the back, and was an attacking threat going forward

MIDFIELD:
Matthew Geey (Oakwood B) – A half-time substitution, his slick passing, incisive running and cool finishing helped dragged the O’s back into the game
Alex Goodman (Norstar London Raiders C) – Was everywhere. A superb all-action display in the middle of the park from the skipper
Nathan Sollosi (Redbridge B) – His last game means Redbridge’s loss is Nottingham University’s gain. His ability in the air and with the ball at his feet was simply overwhelming for the opposition
Ben Weinberg (Harmen) – Was everywhere, bossed the game even after being literally kicked-off the pitch in the first half

ATTACK:
Ben Binder (FC Team B) – Not only helped himself to a hat-trick, but was described as being ‘quite simply outstanding’ throughout
Chaim Gothold (Los Blancos) – Scored his first two goals for the club, his footwork and control of the game when the ball was at his feet caused SPEC issues all morning

MANAGER OF THE WEEK
Jeremy Brown (London Rovers)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Nathan Sollosi (Redbridge B)

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