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


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Max Shields (Harmen) – On his league debut, looked comfortable between the sticks, making a couple of great saves and got an assist for second goal

Nick Goodmaker (Catford & Bromley) – Exceptional in defence making two fantastic last-ditch tackles, and claimed two assists going forward
Clive Nathan (AC Whetstone) – 50-year-old played at the heart of Whetstone defence and was praised by both managers for a quite brilliant performance
Ari Nevies (Hendon United A) – The pick of the bunch of a superb defence, put in a ‘totally faultless performance’ in the words of his manager
Dan Lederman (FC Team C) – Described as brilliant at right-back as he superbly contained the threat of Danny Moss and Lorian Madanes

Dominique Cheniart (King Crown) – Turned in a man of the match performance for the early pacesetters, scored twice in another exemplary display
Yisroel Lewis (London Rovers) – Was solid throughout in the middle of the park and claimed a fantastic assist
Rick Harris (North West Neasden) – May now be 45 years old but seemingly gets better with each passing game, keeps the team ticking over with his fantastic attitude
Matt Leader (Temple Fortune) – Had his best game this season, was a constant threat going forward in a creative capacity, and also excellent in the tackle

Dean Shaw (Blizzard Storm) – Bagged a hat-trick to ensure Storm avoided a potential cup upset against lower league opposition
Simon Moses (Los Blancos) – Grabbed a match-winning treble to see off SPEC, as he took his tally to five goals in his last two games

David Gordon (FC Team C)

Ari Nevies (Hendon United A)

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