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Gideon Caller (Hendon United B) – In goal for the first time, made a couple of cracking stops as pulling off a superb penalty save

Dave Levy (Real Sosobad) – Was tirelessly up and down the wing, winning challenges and proving a threat going forward. An extremely disciplined performance
Rob Sanford (FC Team A) – Great performance at the heart of the Team defence, capped off by also getting on the scoresheet
Mark Singer (L’Equipe) – Captain led by example, not giving the Camden midfielders any time on the ball, got stuck in and on the scoresheet
Jonny Samuel (Norstar London Raiders C) – Excelled at right-back, put his body on the line on more than one occasion as the NLR defence held firm. Looked a great threat going forward as well

Dave Seitler (Hendon United A) – Exuded class from beginning to end – literally goes past players as if they are not there
Josh Bharier (London Rovers) – Gave an outstanding all-round performance, topped off with two world class goals to win the game
Jonny Kay (Norstar London Raiders A) – Makes the team tick, tenacious in the tackle but also and most importantly so careful with the ball. Hardly put a foot wrong all game
Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi) – Another typical lively performance for the Brady, which included him finding the back of the net four time

Josh Bloom (Norstar London Raiders C) – Showed again his touch is magnificent, scored a peach of a goal and set up the first beautifully. Really looked like he was having fun on the pitch
Adam Ellis (Shacharit Donetsk) – Helped himself to another match-winning hat-trick, one of his treble strikes being an absolute screamer

Josh Bharier (London Rovers)

Jeremy Brown (London Rovers)

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