Danny Caro's MSFL Save of the Week: March 3

It's not every week that a third-choice keeper, club skipper and regular centre-back steals the show in nets but that's exactly what happened to this week's top cat.

WINNER: ADAM SPECK (Blizzard Storm) - Josh Newman's low drive was destined for the bottom right corner before the Speck pulled off a fantastic stop to keep it out

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NOMINEES

- James Castle (Southgate Harmen) - a crucial and stunning save against Shirley

- Lee Benson (Norstar C) - kept his team in the game against Oakwood with a superb block

- Liam Stein & Neil Sapler (Glenthorne Utd B) - a corner was tipped away by Neil Sapler, finding an unmarked Neasden player at the back post three yards out, Liam blocked the shot off the line with a lunge to his right and the rebound fell to another Neasden player who rifled in a shot from six yards that Neil somehow managed to block in the other side of he goal. Scrappy but superb defending and goalkeeping

- Oren Hurry (Oakwood B) - got down wonderfully to finger tip the ball round the post the ball. Truly world-class

- Marc Jacobs (Loughton Orient) - dived low to his left to save a penalty and reacted to save the rebound in what looked to be a nailed on goal

- Dan Lee (Redbridge JC A) - pulled off a smart save to deny Paul Linger

- Oli Gee (Oakwood A) - a stunning reflex save against Raiders

- Sam Singer (Brady B) - tremendous save from the Brady no. 1 as he saved low from a point-blank free header from six yards out

- Ryan Monk (Boca Jewniors) - SAVE 1 - penalty save low down into the bottom corner

- Ryan Monk (Boca Jewniors) - SAVE 1 - tipped away a 20-yard shot destined for the top corner

- Ryan Monk & Brett Schmann (Boca Jewniors) - Monk reacted to a header from a corner by tipping the ball on to Schmann's head on to the post and Schmann then produced an heroic clearance

    Last updated: 5:27pm, March 6 2013