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Russell Corin (Hendon United A) – Pulled off a couple of stunning stops to ensure champions didn’t lose the big top-of-the-table Premier Division clash

David Brown (London Rovers) – In difficult conditions brown was composed and solid throughout
David Clements (AC Whetstone) – In what was only his second game of the season, proved to be outstanding at centre-back
Adam Hakimi (Redbridge A) – One of the outstanding performers in Redbridge’s outstanding defence as they held firm against Hendon
Josh Krewne (Catford & Bromley) – It wasn’t a good day for the Cats, but Krewne, at right-back was one who did do himself justice

Scott Oldstein (Redbridge B) – Lively performance down the left-hand flank, scored a great goal and created another
Leor Harel (Faithfold B) – Helped the Greens put in a dominant display against Crown, was pivotal in the centre of the park
Simon Peterman (Hendon A) – Put in a marvellous shift in the centre of the Hendon midfield as treble winners earned point in top-of-the-table clash
Steve Field (North West Neasden) – Part of Neasden’s impressive centre-midfield pairing which dominated proceedings in their cup tie

Richard Salmon (FC Team B) – Scored two well-taken goals, held the ball up well and overall was the difference
Matt Stock (Norstar London Raiders A) – Has hit a rich vein of form over the past month, with his four goals on Sunday taking his recent tally to ten goals in last four matches

Adam Hakimi (Redbridge A)

Jon Jacobs (Redbridge B)

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