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Scott Shear (Real Sosobad) – Instrumental between the sticks, made some excellent stops. Quick off his line as he often played as a sweeper

Yisroel Lewis (London Rovers) – Played out of position at left-back but was extremely comfortable while also making several driving runs into the opposition half.
Nick Shinder (Athletic Bilbaum) – Fantastic performance, his first full 90 minutes this season. Neither a single ball or man went past him, and goal line clearance capped off display
Ezekiel Jacob (Hendon United B) – Wasn’t feeling great, wanted to pull out, but was persuaded to play by his manager and he didn’t let him down with a solid display
David Kanzen (Camden Park) – Filled in at right-back as a result of injuries and did more than a job for the team, defending with aggression and always providing an outlet going forward

Ben Graham (FC Team C) – Dangerous down both flanks, had the beating of his man throughout the whole second half and can count himself unlucky not to score
Adam Kay (London Rovers) – Won everything and kept the play flowing. Commanded the whole game
Jonathan Kay (Norstar London Raiders A) –Strong as an ox and set tempo for whole team. Everything good from the Raiders came from him.
Richard Silver (Camden Park) – Richard carried on his brilliant form by scoring two goals, his second showing signs of how he’s back to his clinical best

James Gold (London Maccabi Lions Blue) – Scored again to make it three in three to continue his red-hot form of late
Jake Gilbert (Norstar London Raiders B) – Scored a match-winning second half hat-trick, which included a stunning overhead kick

Jamie Kyte (London Maccabi Lions Blue)

Jake Gilbert (Norstar London Raiders B)

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