Danny Caro's Division 2 TOTW: March 10
Brady Maccabi B and Athletic Bilbaum were among the top performing teams on Matchday 26 of the JC MSFL season.
1. Sam SINGER (Brady Maccabi B) - "one of the youngest keepers in Men's football. After being signed from Lions A to play for a younger side this boy has been sensational. His shot stopping is one of the best Jonny Meltzer has seen in the MSFL. Meltzer said: "I think he is only going to get better." On Sunday Singer saved a one-on-one and pushed another on to the bar. He has been one of the big reasons why Brady are top of the table. "He is the start of a solid foundation"
2. Steve KELLER (Catford & Bromley Maccabi) - "Raiders' strongest player was their left winger but he gave up and "went missing" after about 30 minutes as he just couldn't find a way out of "Steve's pocket. I wouldn't be surprised if he was still in there!"
3. Elliot KENNARD (Los Blancos) - "solid defensive game at right-back. Calm and composed goal after breaking through one on one. Was everywhere on the pitch including the left wing"
4. Scott BENSON (Brady Maccabi B) - "fought for a place in the team for two years and never let the side down. He has played two back-to-back 90 minutes and been sensational. Another clean sheet on Sunday
5. Darren BROWN (Redbridge Jewish Care B) - "since Darren Brown started playing for the team on a regular basis post Chanukah, we have been unbeaten. He had another five-star performance today, full of poise, command and total dominance. An example to the younger boys how to play the game and how to lead. A centre back par excellence"
6. Adam BIER (Athletic Bilbaum) - "again playing in an unfamiliar role at centre back, was dominant throughout both in the air and on the ground"
7. Daniel SHER (Los Blancos) - "Another dominating performance nullifying Glenthorne's most dangerous players"
8. Reiss MOGILNER (Brady Maccabi B) - "continued his devastating form, four goals and one assist for the ever evolving current MSFL young player of the year"
9. Ed GREEN (Athletic Bilbaum) - "playing for the first time in central midfield, put in what can only be described as a heroic performance, throwing himself into tackles to protect the points deep into the second game, despite hardly being able to walk through cramp"
10. Josh FLAX (Athletic Bilbaum) - "playing for the first time upfront for the Baums, put in an outstanding performance and scored the vital winner with two minutes to go in the second game"
11. Jonny LEE (Catford & Bromley Maccabi) - "Raiders couldn't live with him from the outset and his quality from set pieces put the Cats on the road to victory"
Player: Darren Brown (Redbridge Jewish Care B)
Manager: Mark Pasha & Ed Green (Athletic Bilbaum)
Goal: Adam Waters (Los Blancos)
Save: Neil Sapler (Glenthorne United B)