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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.

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GOALKEEPER
Guy Ben Aroya (Catford & Bromley Maccabi) – Made some fantastic saves during 120 minutes of play and then saved a spot-kick in the penalty shoot-out

DEFENCE
Josh Bentley (Hendon United) – Superb at the back for Hendon, turning back the years with a superb performance at left-back
Tom Cantor (Oakwood A) – Put in a superb performance at the heart of The O’s defence, and is getting better with each match
Josh Klepper (Temple Fortune A) – Centre-back won everything in the air for Fortune, was superb until Raiders stepped it up in last 15 minutes of tie
Max Hassell (Maccabi London Lions White) – Part of a brilliant back for the Lions, filled in at right-back was superb for his side

MIDFIELD:
Zac Lewis (Hendon United) – Was due a couple of goals against Oakwood and duly delivered to hand the Premier Division champions their first defeat of the season
Jamie Nagioff (Mill Hill Dons) – Bossed the midfield battle, started attacks, made several key interceptions and tackles, scored one and set up another
Jono Nesbitt (Straw Hat Pirates) – A strong midfield performance, which he capped off by scoring with a sublime finish
Avishai Kestenbaum (Los Blancos) – Superb performance down the right-hand flank, offered a constant threat throughout the 90 minutes

ATTACK:
Zack Neiman (NL Raiders A) – Scored twice, including a stunning solo goal, but all-round play was quality and made an important goal-saving challenge
Steve Summers (Redbridge A) – Evergreen striker continues to show how his eye for goal is yet to be dimmed with a hat-trick

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Zac Lewis (Hendon United)

PLAYER-MANAGER OF THE WEEK
Greg Corin (Hendon United)

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