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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
Oliver Burchell (Mill Hill Dons) – Made a string of impressive saves, was quick to come off his line to make himself big and effectively played the role of a sweeper goalkeeper

DEFENCE
Yossi Gordon (Faithfold A) – Playing as a wing-back, came on at half-time and his energy was a real outlet. Instrumental in one goal and nearly scored
Ben Lauffer (Hendon United) – Brilliant performance at the heart of the Hendon defence, from which Hendon built their win on
Alex Lee (Oakwood A) – Put in a solid performance at the heart of the Oakwood defence
Pierce Prince (Fairlop FC) – Won his personal battle and then some! Made a fantastic interception which set up a counter attack, which led to our second

MIDFIELD:
Josh Cuby (Oakwood A) – Changed the game with his pace and trickery, and scored a brilliant solo goal to boot
Alex Moss (NL Raiders A) – Scored four, claimed two assists, bossed the game and was completely unplayable
David Esterkin (NL Raiders B) – Integral in Raider’s comfortable victory, turning in a superb performance which was capped off by getting on the scoresheet
Adam Goldman (Fairlop FC) – Restored to the starting 11 today and was superb throughout, opened the scoring for us with a delightful finish and claimed an assist

ATTACK:
Gav Noe (Real Hendon) – Scored the perfect hat-trick and was the main difference between the two sides
Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha) – Led line by example – once again – as he scored two more goals for the season to see him take over at the top of the goalscoring chart

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Alex Moss (NL Raiders A)

MANAGER OF THE WEEK
Daniel Shafron (NL Raiders A)

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