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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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GOALKEEPER
Michael Casson (London Maccabi Lions Blue) – Was once more immense as he made save after save to help Lions earn a point against Redbridge

DEFENCE
Danny Moss (FC Team B) – Brilliant on the ball, created numerous chances with his through balls and capped off performance with a well-taken goal
Rob Sanford (FC Team A) – Has been an absolute rock this year with many influential performances, this week was no different as he didn’t allow anyone to get past him, while his distribution was superb.
Dan Grossman (Norstar London Raiders B) – Scored a screamer of a diving header and marshalled the defence superbly
Ben Kon (Hendon United A) – Had his hands full at right-back, but stood up strong throughout the 90 minutes as champions held the league leaders

MIDFIELD:
Matt Frohlich (Brady Maccabi) – Turned on ‘beast mode’. Was a complete menace all game and got the goal and assist his performance deserved.
Yoel Deal (King Crown) – Was described as being ‘absolutely stunning’ – and that’s saying something given the players he has around him
Joel Lassman (AC Mill Hill) – Another imperious performance. Always looking to get o the ball, ful of tenacious play and deservedly got on the scoresheet
Ben Joseph (Norstar London Raiders A) – Took the second half by the scruff of the neck, scored an outstanding free-kick, was star of the game

ATTACK:
Andrew Charles (Catford & Bromley) – Worked tirelessly for 90 minutes, won every ball in the air and on the ground. Showed brilliant quick feet, claimed two assists and scored
Avi Markiewicz (London Rovers) – Scored his third hat-trick in as many weeks to keep Rovers on the Division Three title challenge

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Avi Markiewicz (London Rovers)

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Jonathan Adelman (Norstar London Raiders B)

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