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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
Adrian Bourne (Chigwell Athletic) – Despite being 50 years of age, made three class saves – an amazing goalkeeper

DEFENCE
Adam Osper (Southgate Harmen) – Played in both full-back positions throughout the course of the match and excelled in them both
Henry Ziff (Brady Maccabi B) – Described by his manager as being a colossus at the back, putting himself about to make several vital interceptions
Alex Neiss (Hendon United B) – Was superb at the heart of the Hendon defence as they turned in the performance of the day to beat title-chasing Woodford
Andy Cohen (Norstar Raiders C) – Having been asked to play out of position, was the best player on the pitch in a difficult first half and continued to impress throughout

MIDFIELD:
Greg Corin (Hendon United A) – Cometh the hour cometh the man, the Hendon winger produced a superb late to cap a fine performance and keep his side in the title race
Avi Mocton (Hendon United C) – Bossed the game in central midfield, was the best player on the pitch and didn’t deserve to be on the losing side
Ali Gordon (Norstar Raiders C) – Gave Norstar the physical presence they needed, he put himself about and played a big part in the team’s victory
Jack Green (London Maccabi Lions White) – Superb down the right flank and capped off fine performance with a goal

ATTACK:
Daniel Garfinkle (Hendon United B) – Match-winning performance, bagged a hat-trick as rock-bottom Hendon B shocked title-chasing Woodford
David Dinkin (Norstar Raiders A) – Produced a magnificent performance and a scored a stunning goal to top it off

PLAYER-MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Adrian Goldring (Hendon United B)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Daniel Garfinkle (Hendon United B)

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