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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
James Grabiner (AC Mill Hill) – Pulled off four-five top saves as he saved his side getting thumped didn’t deserve to be on the losing team

DEFENCE
Dave Cohen (Blizzard Storm) – Full-back defended brilliantly and had a huge part in side’s goal, embarking on a great run down the wing to lay it on the plate for Oli Henry
Richard Jaffe (Faithfold B) – Didn’t put a foot wrong the whole game. Returned to the team, played like he’d never been away, also made a goal line clearance
Aron Luftig (London Rovers) – Filling in for missing Parys, looked composed, won absolutely everything and marked opposition strikers out the game
Rob Caplin (North West Neasden) – Part of a fantastic back four for Neasden, great both defending and going forward

MIDFIELD:
Dan Alfreds (FC Team C) – Had the beating of opposition right-back all game long, worked hard and thoroughly deserved his goal
Josh Rose (Oakwood A) – Superb battling performance, imperious for ten men Oakwood and deservedly got his name on the scoresheet
Yoel Deal (King Crown) – Great performance at the heart of the Division Three leaders’ midfield, also played his part in pivotal third goal
Zvi Freedman (Los Blancos) – Has taken superbly to his new position on the right wing – seems like he’s been playing there for years, and scored twice to boot

ATTACK:
Phillipe Auret (AC Whetstone) – Scored twice to win his side the points – including a magical effort
Matt Stock (Norstar London Raiders A) – Exceptional over the 90 minutes, scored twice with composed finishes, praised by both his manager and the opposition’s

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Matt Stock (Norstar London Raiders A)

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Zack Gothelf (Norstar London Raiders C)

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