Danny Caro's MSFL Team of the Week: April 21

By Danny Caro, April 23, 2013

There were some eye-catching performances on Matchday 32 of the season on a day of big matches in league and cup.

1. Bradley GRANT (Glenthorne United B) – produced several jaw-dropping saves in the double-header against Catford

2. Bradley FRANKEL (Redbridge Jewish Care A) – “outstanding form start to finish” in the cup final

3. Greg MELLER (Camden Park) – hit the winner in part one of a double-header against Hendon B, “was very solid, MOTM, great distribution of the ball throughout the match”

4. Nick LANDESBERG (Lions A) – talented young defender has taken to men’s football like a duck to water, remained calm after Redbridge stormed into a 2-0 lead. A contender for JC MSFL Young Player of the Season

5. Marc CONWAY (Oakwood B) – playing alongside Jack Sultan, “superb, dominating midfield and not allowing Mill Hill a kick”

6. Daniel HARROD (Brady Maccabi B) – “dictated the tempo of not one game, but two against Norstar B. Pulled the strings in what was another midfield master-class. Demonstrated a diverse and breathtaking range of passing, assisting numerous goals”. A champion in every meaning of the word

7. Bradley WINE (Oakwood A) – “had the bit between his teeth against Brixton - watching him play when he's in that mood is a joy. His touch and intelligence and raw aggression are unplayable at times. He's a brilliant player and a top lad too”

8. Dean Ben YOSEF (Chigwell Athletic) – maintained his good run of form with another goal in a crucial win over Lions B

9. Richard SALMON (FC Team A) – “defended from the front and was a threat going forward,” scored in the crucial win over Raiders

10. Mike PEARSON (Faithfold A) – hat-trick put Superhoops within touching distance of title


Last updated: 5:57pm, April 23 2013