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Rob Abrahams (Brixton Old Boys) – Singled out by both his – and opposition’s manager – as a string of fine saves helped Brixton through in Cup

Ethan Zone (Hendon United A) – Has added huge pace strength and energy on the left and like Avi Korman a brilliant attacking full back display.
Chaim Strom (Hendon United B) – Was described as outstanding as he played out of position at centre back
Marc Greene (Macc LL Senior) – Showed his experience in dealing with the MGBSFL side and deservedly was a part of a defence which kept a clean sheet
Zac Rose (Macc LL Spartans) – Belied his youth as the 17-year-old produced a rock-solid performance

Dave Sherman (Faithfold B) – Great attacking play down the left flank throughout the 90 minutes, which included him scoring the winner in the last one
Jon Breger (FC Team B) – Landed from Canada straight into action and was a colossus in central midfield
Teddy Levenfiche (HMH) – A brilliant performance at the heart of the midfield. Played his part in side’s first goal, and then won tie with a 25-yard screamer.
Adam Goldman (Redbridge Jewish Care B) – Put in a great shift down the right flank, which included a great delivery to set up one of his side’s four goals

James Gershfield (Harmen) – Hit a devastating 15-minute hat-trick in the first 15 minutes which the FC Team manager described as him ‘tearing apart my defenders’
Adam Stollerman (FC Team C) – Stunning four goal salvo to help Team see off the Boca boys

Avi Goldberg (HMH)

Teddy Levenfiche (HMH)

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