JC team of the week: the contenders - April 6

Here are the nominations from Matchday 30 of the MGBSFL.

GK
Alex Davies (South Manchester SC 1st)

DEFENDERS
Brad Gayer (Chigwell Athletic)
Dave Levy (Loughton Orient)
Scott Mackenzie (NW Neasden)
Sam Jacobson (Oakwood A)
Dan Breger, Dan Lowen (both Faithfold C)
Jon Toby (FC Team A)

MIDFIELDERS
Josh Hambling (Loughton Orient)
Jonah Boyd Gordon (AC Whetstone)
Ben Chernoff (NW Neasden)
Jeremy Julius, David Joseph Cohen (both FC Team C)
Yehuda Korman (Hendon A)
Guy Helman (Oakwood A)

STRIKERS
Johnny Haik, Rocky Spitzer (both Faithfold A)
Richard Fogelman (L'Equipe)
Joel Ross (FC Team C)
Brad Wine (Oakwood A)
Dan Gordon (Faithfold C)

MANAGER
Ric Blank & Alex Schock (Oakwood A)
David Garson (Faithfold C)

REFEREE

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NOMINATIONS

L'EQUIPE
David Prager (CB) - phenomenal display at centre half from "our beast" won us the game. Joint-manager Dan Cordell told JC Sport; "I've said it time and time again, but you find me a better centre half in Jewish football and I'll concede West Ham aren't the best club in London (in a week 'the Wolff' celebrated 50 years I feel entitled to say that COYI)!"

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AC WHETSTONE
Jonah Boyd Gordon (CM) - was outstanding, beating men at will

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NORTH WEST NEASDEN
Ben Chernoff - not always a regular in the team but scored a stunning diving header and a superb assist pass got in some great tackles and had his best game of the season.
Scott Mackenzie (LB) - didn't lose a tackle, his distribution was excellent and his forward runs gave SPEC problems all game

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FC TEAM C
Joel Ross (CF) - strong and clinical leading the line
David Joseph Cohen (RW) - his direct dribbling caused major issues for Mill Hill who couldn't handle him
Jeremy Julius (CM) - after a night out in Peckham Rye, this cheeky hipster was all guns blazing. He even moved off the ball!

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LOUGHTON ORIENT
Josh Hambling (CM) - Loughton captain and put in his most dominant central midfield performance Dan Shafron has ever seen in nearly 10 years of us playing in the same team. Shafron told JC Sport: "Hambo normally tries to do too much and gives the ball away like a dumbie, but today his performance was faultless"

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TEMPLE FORTUNE
Dean Ingram (CM) - rolled back the years with a superbly disciplined midfield performance and he controlled the tempo of his team's play, won every 50/50 and didn’t out a foot wrong all game

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HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A
Yehuda Korman (M) - gave the Hammers much-needed energy in the second half and topped off with audacious goal

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OAKWOOD A
Brad Wine (S) - "simply magnificent and caused Addis and co untold problems. I refuse to believe there was a better performance in amateur football in the country than Brad Wine's. He plays with courage and a winner's mentality and when asked to do a job for the team does it with bells on top. He's been unbelievable the past few weeks and coming into form at the right time ahead of the final. Having his folks on the sidelines has also resulted in a return to winning ways. Coincidence? No chance"

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SOUTH MANCHESTER SPORTS CLUB 1st
Alex Davies (GK) - 17-year-old was excellent against Oakwood

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BRADY MACCABI B
Zak Skry (CB) - outstanding alongside Henry Ziff at the back on his Brady B debut. The two were determined not to concede a goal and got their rewards

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FC TEAM A
Jon Toby - LB - First game back in two months and looked as sharp as ever - solid

Last updated: 12:06pm, April 8 2014