JC Team of the week: the contenders - March 9

Here are the nominations from Matchday 26 of the MGBSFL.

GK
Yaacov Goldin (Hendon C)
Jamie Warwick (L'Equipe)
James Castle (Southgate Harmen)
Josh Brooks (LML Blue)

DEFENDERS
Rob Kaplan (NW Neasden)
James Neidle (Hendon C)
Nick Stern (L'Equipe)
Elliot Grant, Matt Tahan (both King Crown)
Sam Jacobson (Oakwood A)
Mitch Green (Southgate Harmen)
Cameron Most (LML Blue)

MIDFIELDERS
Ari Last, Yoav Lebens (both Hendon A)
Nathan Sollosi, Sam Sollosi (both Redbridge B)
Rocky Spitzer, Jonny Haik (both Faithfold A)
Dan Orgel (NW Neasden)
Adam Conway (Loughton Orient)
James Levy (AC Mill Hill)
Eli Stone (Hendon C)
James Ross (Jewdinese)
James Sandler, Danny Cohen (both Southgate Harmen)

STRIKERS
Craig Sandford (Redbridge B)
Ben Ellis (Faithfold A)
Adam Arnold (NW Neasden)
Jono Gaon (Blancos)
Richard Fogelman (L'Equipe)
Jake Erlich (Jewdinese)
Danny Navazesh (King Crown)

MANAGER
David Garbacz (Hendon A)
Dan Curtis (Loughton Orient)
Darren Lawrence (Jewdinese)
Dan Cordell & Josh Lewis (L'Equipe)
Jonathan Ison (Los Blancos)

REFEREE -

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NOMINATIONS

NORTH WEST NEASDEN
Adam Arnold (S) - man-of-the-match - great skills in midfield and forward scored a vital first goal and was a threat throughout
Rob Caplin (D) - at the age of 43 was superb through out and controlled the back four and had his best game of the season
Dan Orgel (RM) - was involved in every attack play on the right of mid field for the first time was strong in defence and a threat throughout

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LOS BLANCOS
Jono Gaon (S) - another two goals against Woodford - he just can't stop scoring

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LOUGHTON ORIENT
Adam Conway (CM) - Great goal and great assist. Worked hard for the team and won the battle in midfield

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AC MILL HILL
James Levy (CM) - an inspired second half performance capped by a great goal

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L'EQUIPE
Richard Fogelman (S) - a stunning late winner against table-topping NLR C, ran himself into the ground
Jamie Warwick (GK) - "will hate this as he's not a goalie but he was superb. Handled everything that came in the box and so quick off his line that it ruled out every ball over the top. Gave the rest of the defence such confidence
Nick Stern (CB) – simply fantastic. Dominated at the back, thwarted most attacks and often seen on his marawding runs downfield – superb! Player of the week!

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REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B
Craig Sandford (S) - led the line and scored the perfect hat-trick with right foot and left foot finishes with a header in between
Nathan Sollosi (M) – a masterclass in finishing and overall dominance
Sam Sollosi (M) - did everything but score with bar , post and bar again conspiring against him. He really deserved a goal today

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HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB C
Yaacov Goldin (GK) - Very solid against his former club, deserved a clean sheet but was denied it by a "poor refereeing decision," according to his boss
James Neidle - (CB) - another commanding display from the Hendon captain
Eli Stone (LM) - two goals in only his second appearance for the club

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JEWDINESE
James Ross (CM) - didn't put a foot wrong the whole game and made important interceptions as well as crucial passed which helped 'Nese win the game. He also capped off the game with a goal
Jake Erlich (S) - two assists and a goal. He pressured well and was involved in three of the five goals

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HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A
Ari Last & Yoav Lebens (CM) - "both superb and totally dominant against a tough Flixton team - surely the finest midfield partnership in Jewish football"

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OAKWOOD A
Sam Jacobson (D) - got his team through a difficult opening spell and scored one free-kick and crashed the post with another. Tremendous performance

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SOUTHGATE HARMEN
James Castle (GK) – saved two one-on-ones from close range which would have beaten most other keepers in the MGBSFL. Would not have conceded all day if Brixton weren’t awarded a penalty
Mitch Green (CB) – looked back to his best in this game winning headers for fun and beating all around him for pace. Finally found his voice in this game calling the shots at the back
James Sandler (CM) – usual dominant performance in the holding position from the stand in skipper, not many manage to get past him and found himself in and around the opposition penalty box to win the free kick for the third
Danny Cohen (CAM) – has found his feet in the Harmen side and took all three goals well, especially the last. Linked up well with Sam Castle throughout and was a constant danger to the opposition. Near perfect delivery from corners and free-kicks were an added bonus

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LONDON MACCABI LIONS BLUE
Josh Brooks (GK) - Not a keeper but went in goal against RJC and pulled of some great saves, and was only beaten by a penalty
Cameron Most (D) - continues his two-year run of not winning in a Lions shirt, but was great at the back. Gaffer Kyte is "looking forward to having him back from uni"

Last updated: 1:18pm, March 11 2014