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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.


Joni Hirschowitz (Hertswood Vale) – Showed why he’s touted as being the league’s best goalkeeper. Produced save after save, which gave his side renewed confidence

Adrian Leibovitch (Hertswood Vale) – Agreed to play out of position at the last minute but still excelled, the vice-captain marking his final performance of the season
Oli Richardson (Scrabble) – Nothing got past him all morning, was a threat to Oakwood coming forward with pace
Max Clynes (Oakwood B) – One of the longest serving players at the club is having the second of his life at the heart of defence – scored the vital third goal to boot
Glen Turner (Scrabble) – Was solid as a rock at the heart of the Scrabble defence, and set up play bringing the ball out

Bradley Gayer (Fairlop FC) – Superb from start to finish and was key to most of the team’s good work. Was involved in five of seven goals, scoring three and claiming two assists
Johan Jordi (Camden Park) – Man-of-the-match for Camden, superb in the middle of the park, unfortunate to be on the losing side
Daniel Selwyn (Oakwood B) – Was handed a start in his dream 10 position and paid his manager – and team – back by claiming several assists
Gideon Gale (Straw Hat Pirates) – Simply unplayable, his best performance for the club as he dictated the midfield from start to finish and scored a great goal to justify his man-of-the-match status

David Woolman (Oakwood A) – Described as Mr Consistent, the ever present in the team bagged another brace, just reward for his hard work and quality finishing
Joe Metliss (Real Hendon) – Superb performance up front. Was unplayable for 90 minutes as he bagged a match-winning hat-trick

Jason Stein (Oakwood B)

Bradley Gayer (Fairlop FC)

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