Danny Caro's Team of the Week - March 13

Oli Colmans (Brady Maccabi) - Colmans make history after becoming the first ever MSFL keeper to retain his berth in JC Team of the Week. His heroics ensured a hard earned point against a resurgent Chigwell team that could prove crucial come the end of the season

Sammy Ross (NW Neasden A) - one of the youngest and hungriest members of the Neasden team. Ross showed great composure in the pressure-cooker atmosphere of a Morrison quarter-final against a Raiders B team sensing an upset

Adam Zecharia (Blizzard Storm) - one of the famous five at the back which silenced the threat of the Division Four leaders. He was excellent from start to finish

Jonny Meltzer (Inter Borehamwood) - he’s big, he’s blue (and black), he’ll cut you up in two, Meltzer, Meltzer. Playing alongside the outstanding Mark Wayne, nothing got past the Borehamwood defender in a performance of the highest order from a well-drilled team

Scott Shindler (Temple Fortune A) - Shindler helped Fortune become the first team to clinch MSFL promotion this season. He was a rock at the back, keeping Faithfold A-team striker Mike Pearson in his pocket for 90 minutes, and he showed great nerve to score a penalty, his second of the game. This was all in a day’s work for super Scott Shindler

Dan Lipman (Glenthorne United A) - caught the eye of my reporter for an all-action display in a red-hot derby that really mattered. Has worked wonders for the Thornes, both on and off the pitch, this season. A hard working and quality player

Joel Lassman (Inter Borehamwood) - playing in a new position, Lassman put in a season’s–best display, much to the delight of manager Oluseun Thomas.

Marc Radzan (Chigwell Athletic) - an energetic display in the engine room stopped Brady in their tracks. He worked his socks off playing alongside Michael Witzenfeld and put in arguably his best display in a Chigwell shirt

Richard Braham (NW Neasden C) - “usually known for his attacking play, the tall midfielder made a massive difference defending the long throw game from Park”

Jonny Haik (Faithfold A) - scored one and looked the business as he ensured that the presence of the cup-tied Mike Pearson was not missed. One of the unsung heroes of the Faithfold team, but his never-say-die attitude shows that he was made for the famous green and white shirt

Zvi Ormonde (Los Blancos) - “the hat-trick hero has made seven sub appearances so far this season, but given the nod today as LB switched the formation around to play two up top. It took him a while to find his feet, but after finishing superbly for his first goal he looked deadly whenever in possession. A well deserved treble for a player who showed his predator instincts - which may come in handy between now and the end of the season

Last updated: 9:25am, March 15 2011