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Ben Pollins (AC Whetstone) – Drew acclaim for both sides as he produced a series of fine stops, didn’t deserve to be on the losing side

Ethan Zone (Hendon United A) – Combined brilliantly all game down the left flank with Greg Corin, simply didn’t stop running
Dale Bradman (Boca Jewniors) – Part of a superb Boca backline, and capped off his performance by finding the back of the net
Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune) – Integral to Fortune winning their first league game of the season, strong throughout and made some vitally important tackles
James Fox (London Maccabi Lions Green) – Great performance at right-back, strong both defensively and a threat going forward

Alon Hershkorn (FC Team A) – Great performance down the left-hand flank as Team dug deep to ensure they weren’t on receiving end of cup upset
Gary Conway (Catford & Bromley) – Tireless all game long, won lose balls, was dominant in the air and got an assist at the death
Jo Davis (Los Blancos) – Scored a screamer from 20 yards out, topping a solid performance in the middle of the pitch
Daniel Lassman (Redbridge A) – Taking a break from his press commitments, proved to be one of Redbridge’s top performers as they got back to winning ways

Dave Woolman (Oakwood A) – Led the front line superbly, helping himself to a hat-trick in O’s comfortable cup tie win
Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge B) – Scored five times, making it 12 league goals for the season, pace to burn, no defender can cope in a one-on-one situation

Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge B)

Jonathan Cohen (Temple Fortune)

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