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


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Jake Doffman (Norstar London Raiders A) – Solid and reliable in between the posts as normal, and produced an outstanding double-save to cap off performance

Dan Weisellberg (AC Whetstone) – Centre-back not only defended well, but also got a goal to cap a man of the match display
Nick Smith (Faithfold A) – Rock-solid at the heart of the Faithfold defence, defended superbly and organized the backline in what was arguably the Green’s best performance of the season
Jake Yudelowitz (Norstar London Raiders A) – The young centre-back called up from the C’s was class personified, producing clean tackles and calm distribution
Josh Pistol (Norstar London Raiders A) – Best performance yet for the newly converted right back. Offered a threat going forward but also strong defensively.

Bradley Cohen (Faithfold A) – Superb performance for the Greens in midfield, solid and tenacious, provided backbone for fine win over Oakwood
Simon Peterman (Hendon United A) – Held a depleted team together with assurance and strength, as treble winners moved step closer to retaining their title
James Berkley (Redbridge B) – On a mudheap of a pitch, gave a midfield masterclass, full of power and skill as he drove Redbridge forward from start to finish
Ben Joseph (Norstar London Raiders A) – Scored twice, but it was his all-round display which shone through

Dovi Fehler (Hendon United A) – Claimed a great goalscorer’s hat-trick, his pace was a constant menace throughout
Jake Gilbert (Norstar London Raiders B) – Two clinical finishes and a quality all round display suggest he’s back in the rich vein of form he was in earlier in the season

Dovi Fehler (Hendon United A)

Zuriel Solomon (Faithfold A)

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