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

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

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


Joe Nyman (Bayern Mincha) – Put in a performance which his manager described as being the best display from any goalkeeper all season

Lee Warner (Oakwood A) – Was superb at left-back for the O’s, strong defensively and a threat going forward
Ryan Kangisser (FC Team) – Strong at the heart of the Team defence as side maintained their title push with a comfortable win
Dan King (Oakwood B) – Captain led by example, was calm and composed at the back and was integral in team’s clean sheet against Scrabble
Rafi Terespolsky (Bayern Mincha) – Put in a solid job at right-back defensively, as well as being an attacking threat creating a few chances

Daniel Bean
(Fairlop FC) – Was faultless throughout and as much as Faithfold tried, they couldn’t get past him, also played a delicious pass to claim an assist
Rafi Kon
(Hendon United) – Was a great presence in midfield, then moved to right-back and capped off performance with a very rare goal
Ben Feingold
(Oakwood B) – His first season at the club has seen him form a magnificent partnership with James Frener, and capped scored his first goal for the club
Ben Sollosi
(Redbridge A) – Simply head and shoulders above every player on the pitch in what was a brilliant performance

Daniel Garfinkle (Fairlop FC) – Scored four great goals and deservedly went home with both the man-of-the-match trophy and match ball
Josh Green (NL Raiders A) – Everything he touched was golden. Took both goals brilliantly and used his pace to terrorise the Lions defence

Greg Corin (Hendon United)

Ben Sollosi (Redbridge A)

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