Danny Caro's Team of the Week - Feb 6

By Danny Caro, February 8, 2011

Ryan Selsdon (Zig Zag) - every good team needs a solid keeper and Zig Zag’s Ryan Selsdon was on top form to steer the Zeds to their third league win of the season, beating Team JLGB 3-1. He was one of three players selected by manager DJ Neal Cohen

Elliot Coulton (Glenthorne Utd B) - the Thornes player-manager led by example with a near faultless display in the promotion six-pointer against Shirley Park. He helped ensure that Jason Lindsay, the Division Four top-scorer, did not have a say in the game

Josh Lipman (Hendon Utd SC A) - a towering performance at the back against Faithfold

Gregg Lautman (Woodford Wanderers) - “new signing was solid at the for 90 minutes and lead the line well”

Scott Shindler (Temple Fortune A) - “had a great game and scored a fabulous individual effort”

Seb Silverman (Athletic Bilbaum) - “two goals, and numerous dribbles which the opposition failed to deal with”

Daniel Castle (Chigwell Athletic) - capped another stunning display with a wonder goal worthy of clinching any match

James Joseph (Los Blancos) - another performance from the top drawer from the midfield dynamo in only his second start since joining the club in January. His stamina is second to none, and battled for the whole 90 minutes, putting in a great shift both defensively and going forward. Was unlucky not to score when firing a long distance volley against the bar

Danny Kon (Los Blancos) - two super goals from our talismanic striker, one showing his supreme technical ability, the other a clinical finish after a great attack. Despite playing as a lone striker he caused the Premier League defence so many problems they were never really able to settle down. Give this boy the ball on a flat pitch and he is unstoppable! My Player of the Week

Dean Nyman (Redbridge JC A) - bang, bang, bang. That’s how RJC’s Bobby Dazzler described his hat-trick against Brady that moved the team a step closer to Wingate. Sam McCarthy, the RJC boss, said: “It was an outstanding performance with clinical finishing”

Lee Cash (NW Neasden A) - Two goals from Mr Neasden capped off a magnificent display from a team with their backs-to-the-wall. He put in a shift and a half

Last updated: 1:22pm, February 8 2011