JC MSFL Team of the Week: the contenders - Jan 15

By Danny Caro, January 15, 2012
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GK - Aron Taylor (Jewventus), Ben Law (Faithfold A), Dan Beresford (NW Neasden B), Jake Doffman (Brixton A), Phil Small (Temple Fortune B), Ben Steton (NL Raiders C), Paul Sanders (Redbridge Jewish Care C)

Defenders - Adam Speck, Ben Robuck (both Blizzard Storm), Mark Martell, Jay Ilsen, Bobsie Cohen, David Brown (all Jewventus), Adam Levin, Ilan Scorah (both Oakwood), Alex Taylor, James Frener (both Faithfold A), Josh Pistol (Norstar A)

Midfielders - Michael Woolf (Blizzard Storm), Adam Joselyn, Toby Katz (both NL Raiders A), Ricky Lawrence, Ashley Burns (both SPEC FC), Gab Saul, Dan Ezra, Gary Conway (all Jewventus), Dan Castle, Russell Yershon (both Chigwell Athletic), Josh Rose, Bradley Wine (both Oakwood), Guy Marks (Camden Park), Jonathan Peters (Norstar A), Yoav Kestenbaum, Rafi Kon (both Hendon A)

Strikers - Matt Stock (NL Raiders A), Mike Gill, Ami Wynbourne, James Alexander (all Jewventus), Jason Lindsay (Oakwood), Ben Hart (NL Raiders C), Josh Green (Norstar A), Fabio Revieccio, Craig Sandford (both Glenthorne Utd B)

Manager - Gabriel John (Jewventus), Eilon Kennet (Redbridge Jewish Care A), Ric Blank and Alex Schock (Oakwood), Terry Jeffries (Temple Fortune B)

Referee - Laurence Thorne (Jewventus vs SPEC FC)

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NOMINATIONS

Athletico Finchley
Sam Marchant and Zach Margolin - to start with nine men was a very tough ask. However, player-chairman Margolin and captain Marchant both stepped up as the leaders of Athletico and wore their hearts on their sleeves. None of the goals were their fault. All the action was coming from Brady's right. Margolin cut out any opportunities from Bradys left with a very solid performance at right back. If only we had him left back too! Also, a nice goal from Marchant gave us our equaliser

Hendon A
Yoav Kestenbaum - ran Faithfold ragged and was rewarded with a great 20 yard goal
Rafi Kon - came in and took his chance well in midfield

Brady B
Reiss Mogilner (winger) - always a threat, even when quiet. This showed, as the young speedster popped up with two goals, setting up a third, securing the victory for his side
Josh Dagul (centre mid) - got really going in the second half and was involved in most of Brady's good play, another great performance from Dagul through the middle
Kane Alexander (winger) - came on just after half time, and injected the emphasis into the Brady attack that it was missing in the first half. His pass created the space for the second goal

Camden Park
Guy Marks, who has had an inconsistent season, was back to his very best in central midfield, completely running the game

North London Raiders C
stepping up in our 90 minutes of need to move backwards from his usual berth at right back, to between the sticks. A great showing from the Ugg-booted wonderkid

Redbridge Jewish Care C
Paul Sanders (nominated by both teams) - made a series out unbelievable saves

Temple Fortune A
Phil Small - he was outstanding yesterday making five unbelievable saves (two one-on-ones) two penalties and a certain own goal from one of his team mates

Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

Last updated: 4:16pm, January 16 2012