There were some stand-out performances in the Peter Morrison Trophy on Matchday 27 of the JC MSFL season, as well as some eye-catching displays in the league.
1. Dave GROSSMAN (FC Team A) – “five superb one-on-one stops” against Oakwood
2. Russell BENSON (Shirley Park) – rock solid against Glenthorne
3. Tony GOLD (London Maccabi Lions A) – his experience proved crucial as he played his part in an excellent team performance
4. Joel BERG (Redbridge Jewish Care A) – “a colossus at the heart of the defence. Stopped everything on the ground and in the air. Must have looked like a brick wall to Camden's forwards"
5. Adam LEVINE (Oakwood A) – big, brave and hard as nails, bounced back from two elbows to lead by example and earn his team a point against FC Team A
leading by example from the back
6. Kane GILBERY (Temple Fortune A) – a virtuoso performance capped by a stunning hat-trick against Neasden
7. Aviel SCHWARZ (London Maccabi Lions A) – the Peter Pan of Jewish football gave as good as he got in a congested midfield, in the company of Sam Reeves, Paul Babai and Alex Kaye
8. Adam BERNSTEIN (Glenthorne United A) – scored a wonder goal as his team earned a crucial point against the Division One leaders
9. Ben SOLLOSI (Redbridge Jewish Care A) -
10. Jack VAN GELDER (Redbridge Jewish Care A) – “quite simply the best game he's played this season. Everything he tried came off"
11. Will UFLAND (Norstar C) – “scored his first goals in a Norstar shirt and showed strikers prowess with his first two goals”