Danny Caro's Premier Division 2011/12 TOTS
My Premier Division Master Class features a hat-trick of players from treble winners Hendon. It's packed with pace, power, quality and goals.
1. SAM CASTLE (London Maccabi Lions A) - See Team of the Season
2. ALEX BLOCH (North London Raiders B) - in the words of Rob Richman: "I haven’t seen a better right-back than Blochy. He could play for any team in the prem he wanted to. Massive boost having him available for 1st full season"
3. JON TOBY (FC Team A) - "signed from Hendon A in the summer, Jon has been Team's most consistent performer. He has not had a bad game all year, wins headers, wins 50/50s, nothing gets past him and he has a great left foot. In the words of Mitch Young, "he probably been the best left-back in the league from what I have seen this year and deserves a place in team of the season. Superb"
4. JONNY ELLIS (Brady Maccabi) - See Team of the Season
5. JOSH LIPMAN (Hendon United Sports Club A) - See Team of the Season
6. YOAV LEBENS (London Maccabi Lions A) - "The 21-year-old, former MSFL Young Player of the year, is the league's youngest skipper. He led the side superbly in the face of a mass exodus from the club. Lebens was a consistent performer throughout and one of the best in the air in the league. A huge reason why Lions finished the season as runners-up
7. ARI LAST (Hendon United Sports Club A) - the heartbeat of the Hendon team. Strong in the air, helped the team drive forward, popping up with some vital goals
8. GREG CORIN (Hendon United Sports Club A) - See Team of the Season
9. MIKE PEARSON (Faithfold A) - the top-scorer in the Premier Division ensured Faithfold remained competitive. Scored some sensational goals, including a hat-trick against Raiders A
10. ADAM BOLLE (Redbridge A) - See Team of the Season
11. OLLIE CRAIG (London Maccabi Lions A) - at just 19 years of age, Ollie is surely front-runner for the JC MSFL young player of the year. His first MSFL season saw the converted left back notch an impressive 11 Premier Division goals in just 13 appearances (12 starts). His energy and electric pace meant he was always a threat to opposing defences. A colourful character both on and off the pitch it is easy to see the comparisons to his idol Balotelli but make no mistake, Craig was an integral part of Lions finishing the season as runners-up.
Manager: DAVID GARBACZ (Hendon United Sports Club A)