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#MGBSFL Jewish News team of the week

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.


Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune A) – Produced two penalty saves – including one to take the tie into a shoot-out

Toby Levy (Oakwood A) – Covering for the injured Lee Warner, gave an excellent display and put in some great crosses
Ryan Kangisser (FC Team) – Was cool and clam throughout, and popped up with the winner to boot
Adam Hakimi (Redbridge A) – Played his first 90 minutes for a long time at the back and looked really comfortable
Aaron Luftig (Faithfold A) – Won every header, stopped all attacks that came his way and was excellent on the ball too

Ben Shirbini (Faithfold A) – Fought hard and won all his battles. His first touch and work-rate were outstanding, scoring one and assisting another
Dovi Vogel (Faithfold A) – Cleaned up everything in front of defence, kept things neat and tidy and Faithfold ticking
Ari Last (Hendon United) – Having played an uncharacteristic error in the first half, set the tone in the second, epitomising the competitive edge needed win the three points
Jordan Nathan (NL Raiders B) – Started through the middle, then became very effective down the right in the second half as Redbridge struggled to handle him

James Jaconelli (Fairlop FC) – Scored another hat-trick in the orange shirt, and at times was simply unplayable
Leor Sidle (Oakwood A) – Was back in the goals as he scored – what had been on the cards – another hat-trick

Zac Lewis (Hendon United)

Aaron Dias (Fairlop)

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