Danny Caro's Team of the Week: April 5

Here are the star men from Matchday 30 of the season.

1. ALEX DAVIES (South Manchester SC 1st) - teenager produced a sensational performance on the top pitch at Rowley Lane

2. ZAC SKRY (Brady Maccabi B) - "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"

3. JON TOBY (FC Team A) - "first game back in two months and looked as sharp as ever - solid"

4. DAVID PRAGER (L’Equipe) - "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)!"

5. SAM JACOBSON (Oakwood A) - "magnificent" in the semi-final win over South Manchester. Wingate & Finchley will be the perfect setting for him to showcase his skills, hopefully in front of his brother, Joe

6. BEN CHERNOFF (North West Neasden) - "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"

7. JOSH HAMBLING (Loughton Orient) - "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 against Hendon his performance was faultless"

8. DAN BREGER (Faithfold C) - stunning performance for the second week in a row, full of guile, tenacity and industry

9. JONNY HAIK (Faithfold A) - led the line superbly against LML and capped it off with a goal

10. BRAD WINE (Oakwood A) - SEE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

11. JOEL ROSS (FC Team C) - two-goal hero against Mill Hill, "strong and clinical leading the line"

Last updated: 2:16pm, April 8 2014