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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.


Josh Corin (Faithfold A) – Produced three or four wonderful saves, one world-class sliding tackle and even broke his arm – confirmed by an x-ray –with one flying stop down to his right

Eddie Manson (Oakwood A) – Put in a superb performance covering for Lee Warner, his first appearance in more than two years – and used all of his experience
Eli Davila (Bayern Mincha) – Was once again solid as a rock at the back for Mincha as they kept on track for the Division Two title
Johnny Gahan (Faithfold A) –Likes to put himself about and certainly did that on Sunday. Really put it all on the line for Faithfold and gave Raiders nothing.
David Cohen (Oakwood A) – A brilliant performance from the player manager, used all his experience to great effect

Dovi Vogel (Faithfold A) – Cleared everything in front of the defence, kept the team ticking and found some great passes
Jamie Nagioff (Mill Hill Dons) –Completely bossed the midfield battle, beat players with ease, made several key passes as well as being defensively solid as well.
Adam Rones (FC Team) – Scored a hat-trick from midfield and was everywhere on the pitch as Team went goal-crazy
James Millet (Hertswood Vale) – A 24 minute first half hat-trick is no mean feat. On his return from university, dominated midfield and had multiple assists

Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha) – League’s top scorer continued his incredible goalscoring feat, adding another four  to further increase his lead at the top of the goalscoring chart
Josh Cohen (Hertswood Vale) – Took his tally to 11 for the season with a four-goal salvo. Enjoyed himself and was an absolute menace to the opposition throughout

Avi Markiewicz (Faithfold A)

Josh Corin (Faithfold A)

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