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Ben Law (Scrabble) – Was superb as he produced a number of world-class saves to deny L’Equipe to make it three clean sheets in a row
Scott McKenzie (Redbridge B) – One of the most composed players in team. Linked up very well with the LM and defended and attacked very well
Joel Isaacs (Catford & Bromley) – Was a colossus at the back, superbly martialling the Catford defence as they held Lions to a point
Ed Brafman (Maccabi London Lions B) – Brilliant at the back for the Lions, and came close to scoring for his side
Rich Sternberg (FC Team B) – Produced another solid performance and he’s getting used to a different position
Lee Warner (Oakwood A) – Put in a man-of-the-match performance. Got up and down the left hand side and superbly set up the fourth goal
Zac Lewis (Hendon United A) – Scored an unbelievable hat-trick of huge quality and one of the best all round performances seen at this level
Ben Sollosi (Redbridge A) – Was a midfield general for Redbridge, his tackling was Gerrardesque and he just kept going throughout the 120 minutes
Yossi Lubin (Real Hendon) – Came on with 30 minutes to go and changed the game with his direct running, assist for the winner and scored the fourth goal to end the contest.
David Fialka (Redbridge B) – Came off the bench and was a real nuisance for the Blancos defence and finished off two very good teams goals
James Ryan (Woodford Wanderers) – Had his best game in a Woodford shirt which was capped off by him getting on the scoresheet twice
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Zac Lewis (Hendon United A)
MANAGERS OF THE WEEK:
Daryl Kay & Jerome Marks (Woodford Wanderers)