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


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Marc Brahams (Maccabi London Lions Blue) – May have been on the losing side, but was in inspired form, making numerous stops to keep the score down

Aron Luftig (London Rovers) – Solid and dominant at the back, didn’t allow any opposition any room to play
Tali Nevies (Hendon United A) – The best of a brilliant Hendon backline, came into the game with a slight injury but was faultless and showed great leadership qualities
Nick Landsberg (London Maccabi Lions Blue) – Solid at the back and provided the assist for goal with a lung-bursting surge through the middle of the park
Dan Andrews (North West Neasden)Was superb at right-back, excellent at the back, dangerous going forward and claimed an assist

Dan Brennan (AC Whetstone) – Excelled in midfield after coming off the bench and gave a man-of-the-match-performance
Simon Davies (Oakwood A) – Battling performance for the O’s, playing his part and dug in deep late on as O’s held on for a point
Josh Jacobs (Real Sosobad) – Great engine in midfield and capped off superb performance by scoring two great goals
Dan Ash (Oakwood B) – Scored once, created five, opposition couldn’t handle his drive, pace, vision, skill and crossing – was simply unplayable

Matt Frohlich (Brady Maccabi) – His resilience and never-give up attitude was rewarded with two strikes
Adam Ellis (Shacharit Donestk) – Donetsk’s prolific striker added another two to his tally, seeing him become the league’s joint-top scorer

Tali Nevies (Hendon United A)

David Garbacz (Hendon United A)


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