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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
Russ Corin (Hendon United) – Made a string of fine saves, some of which changed the complexion of the game

DEFENCE
Adam Ben Harosh (Mill Hill Dons) – Was a key member of a water tight defence. Filled in centrally when required and made several key challenges
Marc Rister (Brady Maccabi) – Brady’s Mr Versatile filled in at the heart of the Brady defence and didn’t put a foot wrong
Jacob Kalms (Temple Fortune B) – Filled in at centre half and put in one of the performances of the season. Won everything and capped it off with a goal-line clearance and an outstanding tackle at the death
Dani Dennison (Oakwood B) – Produced a spectacular performance at right-back, produced an amazing cross for the second goal, really growing into the season after a slow

MIDFIELD:
Bradley Gayer (Fairlop FC) – Superb down the left flank, scored twice, was creative and industrious throughout
Jordan Silverstone (Camden Park) – Descimidfield the class act on the pitch he ran the game was exelent 
Josh Wood (Hertswood Vale) – Gave a real captain’s performance, chased down everything and dictated play across the midfield
Ben Shirbini (Faithfold A) – Always in the right place at the right time whichever position he plays in. Didn’t even play 90 minutes, yet still scored four goals

ATTACK:
James Jaconelli (Fairlop FC) – Led by example from the front, scored twice as he caused opposing defence all manners of problems over the 90 minutes
Lee Cash (London Lions Vets) – Brilliant up front and his stunning game-changing goal turned the tie in Lions favour

PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Lee Cash (London Lions Vets)

MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Dan Jacobs (London Lions Vets)

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