Danny Caro's Team of the Week: March 16
Here are the golden boys from Matchday 27 of the MGBSFL.
1. Marc Jacobs (Loughton Orient) - "made some very good early saves when Orient were under pressure and came and controlled his area superbly"
2. Andy Cohen (NL Raiders C) - "put in another impressive performance not playing in his preferred position and scored a stunner to win the game"
3. Ari Nevies (Hendon Utd SC A) – “superb at the back alongside Josh Lipman”
4. Josh Pistol (NL Raiders A) - "magnificently at the heard of our defence alongside skipper David Rhodes"
5. Paul Hizer (Chigwell Athletic) - a monster at the back against Harmen
6. Dan Orgel (NW Neasden) - "non-stop work rate against Brady and covered every grain of grass, scored two very good goals and was a inspiration to his teammates"
7. Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune) - "MOTM – didn’t lose a single header, won every tackle, marshalled his team to a clean sheet against Whetstone - a true captain's performance"
8. Adam Arnold (NW Neasden) - "livewire - scored a very good goal, played in four different positions and was impressive throughout"
9. Avidan Last (Hendon Utd SC A) - "came off the bench to finally settle the tie and send his team to Wingate"
10. Andy Sheena (FC Team A) - "had the flu, but scored four brilliant goals"
11. Jon Kay (L’Equipe) - "L'Equipe's man-of-the-match - his best game of the season so far ... held up the ball brilliantly and linked up really well with Fogelman and the wingers. Was in the right place to finish his goal and give us the lead. Solid 90 mins!"