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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.


David Gordon (FC Team) – Produced a couple of fine saves in what was a commanding performance between the sticks

Dan Howard (Hendon United) – Another superb performance in a Hendon shirt. A class defender who is superb on the ball and very rarely beaten by a forward
Dale Bradman (Oakwood A) – Both led the line and defended superbly as the O’s were their resilient best to book their place in the Cyril Anekstein Cup final
Joel Newman (Straw Hat Pirates) – Mainstay in team since day one, gave another solid performance, constantly putting his body on the line and produced a couple of goal scoring chances
Marc Rister (Brady Maccabi) – He may not have ended up on the winning side, bu had an outstanding game at right-back

David Grossman
(FC Team) – Enjoyed a decent performance in the middle of the park for Team as they held the leaders to a point
Josh Harris
(Hendon United) – Playing out of his usual forward position but showed his fantastic attributes of hard work and keeping the ball simple
Nathan Sollosi
(Redbridge A) – Has played four games this season and scored 2, 3, 4 and now 5 goals – an outstanding return from an outstanding player and all from midfield
Jono Nesbitt
(Straw Hat Pirates) – Won everything in midfield, ball was like a magnet following him wherever he went and scored the opening goal to settle the nerves

Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha) – Once again, extremely important for the Division Two leaders, scored both their goals with great finishes
Sam Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care A) – Another brilliant performance from another of the Sollosi brothers, Sam scoring four times in his side-s 12-goal romp

Greg Corin (Hendon United)

Nathan Sollosi (Redbridge A)

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