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

Layout 1CHECK OUT TEAM OF THE WEEK IN THIS WEEK’S JEWISH NEWS!

Send your nominations for team-of-the-week to andrews@thejngroup.com to reach me by Monday afternoon.

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GOALKEEPER
Jake Doffman (Norstar London Raiders A) – Made a number of top class saves particularly in second half when Raiders were under pressure

DEFENCE
Ricky Zeiderman (London Rovers) – Made a rare appearance at left-back, but was completely sound and dealt with everything that came his way
Brandon Sassoon (Jewdinese) – Gave an outstanding performance from the Zebras as relegation-haunted side caused one of the upsets of the day
Nick Landesberg (London Maccabi Lions Blue) – Strong at the heart of the Lions defence, scored one and set up one
Paul Shinwell (London Rovers) – Solid and composed throughout and linked up well with the attacking play

MIDFIELD:
Dovi Vogel (London Rovers) – Gave the Fortune defenders nightmares and scored a sensational goal, beating two defenders and slotting it past the goalkeeper
Simon Peterman (Hendon United A) – Goes about his business in a quiet and effective way, breaks up the play and competes all over the park
Adam Kay (London Rovers) – Typical solid performance from the skipper, winning everything and keeping the game flowing
Elliot Espinoza (Norstar London Raiders A) – Turned in a brilliant mature performance. Made countless interceptions and didn’t give the ball away all game

ATTACK:
Adam Stolerman (FC Team C) – May have been on the losing side, but was still a constant threat to the Jewdinese defence – illustrated by his double-strike
Josh Frey (Jewdinese) – Led by example from the front. Scored twice in side’s vital win as they battle to avoid the drop, including a sensational curling strike into the far corner

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Simon Peterman (Hendon United A)

PLAYER-MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Rob Richman (Norstar London Raiders A)

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