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CHECK 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
Steve Gevertz (Redbridge A) – Donned the goalkeeping gloves and didn’t let his side down with an assured performance

DEFENCE
Bradley Gayer (Chigwell Athletic) – Assured performance at left-back. Solid under threat from Brady attack, and also provided attacking threat
David Prager (L’Equipe) – Was phenomenal at the heart of defence as L’Equipe claimed another win as they moved a step closer to securing the title
Sam Jacobson (Oakwood A) – Rock-solid at the heart of the O’s defence, and popped up at the other end as O’s booked their cup final place at Wingate
Ben Kon (Hendon United A) – Full-back put in another of his attacking displays, constantly getting forward, causing all manner of problems for Team

MIDFIELD:
Ben Chernoff (North West Neasden) – Had his best game of the season. Scored a stunning diving header, got a superb assist and put in some great tackles
Jonah Gordon Boyd (AC Whetstone) – Was outstanding, beat men at will, and scored a David Beckham/Wayne Rooney-esque strike
Josh Hambling (Loughton Orient) – Captain for the day. Was Loughton’s star man. Ran the midfield, covered an incredible amount of ground and put in some fantastic challenges
David Joseph Cohen (FC Team C) – Direct dribbling caused major issues for Mill Hill who couldn’t handle him. Topped performance with two strikes

ATTACK:
Joel Ross (FC Team C) – Strong performance up front, led the line brilliantly and scored twice in a commanding display
Richard Fogelman (L’Equipe) – Another match-winning brace from the League’s top scorer, as L’Equipe won another game in their quest to becoming champions

PLAYER-MANAGER OF THE WEEK
Ric Blank (Oakwood A)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Sam Jacobson (Oakwood A)

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