Woodford, Harmen and Neasden impressed on Matchday 13 of the MGBSFL season, as is reflected here.
1. Harry FINE (Southgate Harmen) - returned to the team with a great performance. He was as safe as houses and distribution was different class. A player to watch in the future. Must get his keeping abilities from older cousins James and Sam Castle!
2. Craig EDWARDS (NW Neasden) - little got past him against Blancos
3. Adam POOLE (Woodford) - one of the key players in Wanderers' success so far this season
4. Josh TIANO (NW Neasden) - "dealt with every long ball and long throw and great link-up play in support of the midfield"
5. Bradley FOX (Southgate Harmen) - "was a rock at the back today after four weeks out after getting married, showed no sign of rustiness alongside James Sandler who didn't miss a header all game"
6. Joe SUMRAY (Woodford) - worked like a dream alongside Paul Billar
7. Jamie COOPER (North West Neasden) - "superb against Blancos - ran the midfield fantastic range of passes won every tackle every header superb"
8. Shai DAVIDI (NW Neasden) - "tremendous throughout, two great goals, linked up play very well"
9. Dan ORGEL (NW Neasden) - "led the line and ran the back four ragged, scored his fith goal goal in five games"
10. Harrison MIDDA (Woodford) - four fantastic goals kept his team on course for the big time
11. Lee GREENFIELD (Southgate Harmen) - "a world-class performance - getting up and down the right wing. He protected his right-back in defence and was a threat going forward. Scored two good goals that put the game to bed"
Player: Harrison Midda (Woodford)
Manager: Stirling Kay (Neasden)
Goal: Sam Castle (Southgate Harmen)