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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
Dave Grossman (FC Team B) –Pulled off two great saves – and they were needed – as they ensured Team claimed the three points

DEFENCE
Toby Nathan (AC Whetstone) – Tackled everything that came his way including the opposition dug out at one point
Jake Yudelowitz (Norstar London Raiders B) –Impressive as he looked to curtail the Redbridge attack, on top of most things and a calming influence
Ezekiel Jacob (Hendon United B) – Was key to Hendon keeping a clean sheet against the Lions, part of a resolute and rigid backline
Dan Andrews (North West Neasden) – Another very solid performance in defence, gave Neasden plenty of width going forward and scored his first ever goal

MIDFIELD:
Scott Oldstein (Redbridge B) – Was a constant menace wide left and up front. An all-action performance, full of pace and deserved to score the equalizer
Simon Bagel (SPEC) – Worked tirelessly up and down the left flank and looked as assured as ever when he switched to left-back.
Dan Ash (Oakwood B) – Was head and shoulders above everyone else on the pitch as he dominated proceedings for Oakwood from the middle of the park
Avi Korman (Hendon United A) – Brilliant in any position he plays, with his latest outing on the right seeing him score two goals and a display full of energy and running all game

ATTACK:
Jamie Kent (Brixton Old Boys) – Back to his best as he notched a match-winning hat-trick to not only see off Blancos, but also earn his side what could prove to be, three valuable points
Barry Green (Real Sosobad) – Worked tirelessly leading the line, showed great desire and attitude and got his rewards with three fine strikes goals

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Scott Oldstein (Redbridge B)

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Jon Jacobs (Redbridge B)

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