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Max Shields (Harmen) – Was in inspired form, made three or four outstanding saves as he continuously denied and frustrated Hendon

Alex Bloch (Norstar London Raiders A) – The model of consistency all season but has stepped his game up a notch over the previous two games. Solid defensively throughout and a threat going forward
Conor Brand (Blizzard Storm) – Superb at the heart of the Storm defence, and was more than a threat at other end too as he scored two headers
Alex Rosenthal (Hendon United A) – Kept the dangerous James Gershfield quiet and was strong and solid throughout the 90 minutes
Dan Stock (Faithfold A) – Solid showing at right-back. Defensively strong and always offered a threat going forward for the Greens

Liam Stein (Norstar London Raiders C) – A constant outlet, part of the defence that kept a clean sheet and chipped in with a goal and an assist late on
Jonny Kaye (AC Mill Hill) – Was the best player on the pitch in Mill Hill’s 6-5 epic win, never-say-die attitude inspired ten-men team to stunning win
Nigel Someck (London Rovers) – An outstanding performance, marked Lior Harel completely out the game and was an absolute rock in the middle of the pitch
Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi) – Stunning performance, helped himself to a hat-trick to help earn side a point against leaders Raiders

Dave Woolman (Oakwood A) – Superb two-goal salvo. Led his side brilliantly from the front, with his double-strike proving the difference in seeing off Neasden
Adam Ellis (Shacharit Donetsk) – Hit another match-winning hat-trick as Donetsk claimed win which pushed them away from bottom sides in the Division

Max Shields (Harmen)

Daniel Beresford (AC Mill Hill)

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