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

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

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GOALKEEPER
Jonathan Shapiro (Norstar London Raiders C) – May have been on the losing side, but pulled off half-a-dozen fine stops to keep scoreline down

DEFENCE
Luke Brookner (Camden Park) – Very assured, solid defensively, extremely composed on the ball, provided a consistent outlet culminating in an assist
Max Clynes (Oakwood B) – Elegant at the heart of the Oakwood defence. Put in a mature and composed performance, and was vital for his side
Ryan Fox (SPEC) – Strong as an (f)ox at the back, won every header and set up the equaliser with a defence-splitting pass.
Jonny Kaye (AC Mill Hill) – Superb. Won every challenge and scored the equaliser with a low drive from 18 yards in the bottom corner

MIDFIELD:
Chaim Korman (Hendon United B) – May have only played half an hour but it was described as being “the best 30 minutes ever seen from a player in Division Three.
Ethan Deal (King Crown) – A very assured performance in front of the back four, while also being excellent on the ball
Ricky Engleman (Norstar London Raiders A) – A strong dominant performance in the middle of the park – rounded off by netting a hat-trick.
Aron Barnes (FC Team C) – Was the best player on the pitch. Dominated the match, challenged all over the pitch, had a high work rate, big voice and scored twice

ATTACK:
Dave Woolman (Oakwood A) – Star performance up front for the O’s, netted a hat-trick to crush the Lions
Harrison Midda (Woodford Wanderers) – Absolutely brilliant up front. Constant threat for 90 minutes and scored twice to help side claim shock win

MANAGER OF THE WEEK
Tony Charles (Woodford Wanderers)

PLAYER-MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Aron Barnes (FC Team C)

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