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Steve Murad (North West Neasden) – Only got off a plane four hours before kick-off, but kept his side in the game with some outstanding saves

Bradley Gayer (Chigwell Athletic) – A lynchpin of the Chigwell defence which stunned the Lions as they knocked them out of the Cup
James Milman (FC Team A) – Was a last minute call-up from the B Team though didn’t disappoint as he put in a flawless performance
Josh Kay (FC Team B) – Rock-solid at the heart of the Team defence and capped performance off by grabbing his first goal for the club
Ben Kon (Hendon United A) – Faultless in defence and was a huge threat going forward down the right flank

Zalmey Cohen (Boca Jewniors) – Was terrific down the left-flank for Boca as they battled back from 2-0 down to earn a point
Ben Weinberg (Southgate Harmen) – Always happy to receive the ball to feet, seemed to beat any player in the air and showed his true class with a well taken goal
David Sawyer (Temple Fortune) – Was once again immense in the centre of midfield, scored twice and was Fortune’s best player on the pitch
Zak McLeod (Los Blancos) – In what was his first start in a Blancos shirt, made more than a favourable impression by scoring once and claiming three assists

Dan Gordon (Faithfold C) – Scored a terrific treble to lead his side to the most impressive win of the season
Richard Fogelman (L’Equipe) – Bagged a spectacular hat-trick in the last 30 minutes to earn L’Equipe a 3-3 draw as they fought back from being 3-0 down

Richard Slater (Chigwell Athletic)

Richard Fogelman (L’Equipe)

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