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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.


Ben Law (NL Raiders B) – Had just one save to make but in typical fashion, it was a high quality one which he had no right to make. Fully concentrated and provided excellent distribution

Gali Kolt (Real Hendon) – a defensive rock and forward threat, controlled the game from left-back
Gav Nussbaum (Bayern Mincha) – Had their strikers in his back pocket, won every single battle and was solid all round
Jamie Jackson (London Lions White) – Solid at the heart of the Lions defence with a dominant display. Didn’t lose a header all game and his use of the ball was excellent
Dudi Edreyi (Hendon United) – Very disciplined playing in a more defensive position than his preferred position, tackled well and put in some big last-ditch challenges

Ryan Kramer (Mill Hill Dons) – Played a big part in the two goals, was unlucky not to score in what was a commanding and solid performance
Ollie Craig (London Lions White) – Brilliant at the heart of the Lions midfield, and scored twice to ensure a famous win
Kyle Bentwood (Oakwood A) – Captain led by example, produced some great challenges, is now much fitter and produced his best performance of the season
Ben Shirbini (Faithfold A) – Scored another hat-trick from the wing. Always in the right place at the right time, has a glorious first touch and knows how to find the net

Daniel Rosen (Fairlop) – After enduring a tough few weeks of not scoring, he bought he’s shooting boots today and it resulted in three great solo efforts
Mitch Young (FC Team) – Player-manager led by example, scoring another hat-trick – including a screamer – put in a great shift for the team

Ollie Craig (London Lions White)

Will Beresford (London Lions White)

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