JC Team of the Week: The Contenders - Dec 11

By Danny Caro, December 11, 2011
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GK - Will Martyn (Hendon C), Rob Levene (Team JLGB), Oli Colmans (Brady Maccabi A)

Defenders - Paul Lenchner (Chigwell Athletic), Dan Vandermolen (Blizzard Storm), Joel Reuben, Nick Astaire (both London Maccabi Lions B), Ian Bean (Shirley Park), Richie Caplin (Redbridge JC B), James Stanton (Faithfold C), Jonny Ellis, Ryan Fox (both Brady Maccabi A)

Midfielders - Dave Esterkin (NL Raiders B), Paul Biller (Glenthorne A), Harrison Grant, David Dobrin, Scott Kay (all Redbridge JC B), Ashley Burns (SPEC FC), Ben Mandell, Andrew Greenwall-Cohen (both Athletico Finchley), Josh Hershman, Alex Hershman (both Brady Maccabi A), Shai Davidi (FC Team A), Jonny Haik (NW Neasden A)

Strikers - Jamie Fox (Chigwell), Jason Lindsay (Oakwood), Mitch Hahn (Woodford), Dan Orgel (Redbridge JC B), Ben Simons, Adam Barton (both Faithfold C), Fabio Revieccio (Glenthorne Utd B)

Manager - David Garson (Faithfold C), Richard Slater (Chigwell Athletic), Josh Rosenfeld (Brady Maccabi A)

Referee - Tony McEvoy (Brixton A vs Redbridge JC B), Adam Lewis (Glenthorne Utd B vs Team JLGB)

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NOMINATIONS

Redbridge B
Harrison Grant - 16-years-old and he is a total inspiration to us all. He covered every blade of grass, scored one and was involved in two. His passing and movement was great
Richie Caplin - was superb throughout
David Dobrin and Scott Kay won the central midfield totally. Both had their best games of the season
Dan Orgel - took his goal vey coolly and ran the Brixton defence ragged throughout

Glenthorne A
Paul Biller (midfield) - "outstanding, all of our best attacking play came through him"

Oakwood
Jason Lindsay - "although he only played 25 minutes, Lindsay has to make the team of the week for his stunning debut ... quite possibly a season defining moment

North London Raiders B
David Esterkin - "was a monster in entre mid, didn't deserve to be on losing side"

Woodford Wanderers
Mitch Hahn - "Drogba-esque performance" capped with a splendid hat-trick

Blizzard Storm
Dan Vandermolen - "who at 17 has already played in every position on the pitch for us and today was by far the best player and man of the match. Controlled the entire game from centre half"

London Maccabi Lions B
Joel Reuben & Nick Astaire (CBs) - "starting to form a fantastic partnership, Nick wins every header and Joel mops up any loose ends

Hendon Utd SC C
Will Martyn (nominated by Shirley Park) - "pulled off outstanding saves thoughtout, two of them up there with the best I've seen all season"

Athletico Finchley
Ben Mandell (left midfield) - caused the Brixton defence problems all game and scored a hat-trick
Andrew Greenwall-Cohen (centre midfield) - controlled the game in midfield. Set up two goals and got one himself. Created chance after chance and forced save after save from the Brixton keeper

FC Team A
Shai Davidi - "unplayable. Currently one of the best players in the JC MSFL"

Chigwell Athletic
Paul Lench ­- defying the ageing process! Sir Lench won some massive headers, organised his back line and is enjoying his football which is vital
Jamie Fox - worked his socks off closing down the Norstar back line working left to right. Held the ball up well and was lively all game.

North West Neasden A
Jonny Haik - MOM against Raiders B with three assists

SPEC FC
Adam Wilson - right back. He was up and down the pitch for 90 minutes and his work rate has been a huge part of the side all season
Ashley Burns - centre midfield. A fantastic performance from the skipper. Notching up a fantastic hat-trick including a quite fantastic left-footed effort

Referee
Tony McEvoy (Brixton A vs Redbridge JC B) - "very good. It was a horrible game to ref but he dealt with it well"

Adam Lewis - "didn't put a foot wrong all game and allowed the game to flow"

Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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Last updated: 9:59am, December 13 2011