JC MSFL TOTW Week One contenders

By Danny Caro, September 2, 2012
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Find out which players sparkled on Matchday One of the JC season 2012/13.

GOALKEEPERS - Josh Cohen (Los Blancos), Jordan Davidson (Glenthorne Utd A)

DEFENDERS - Eddy Nathan (Los Blancos), Gary Conway (Jewventus), Tim Glass, Jamie Beale (both Oakwood B), Josh Franklin (Southgate Harmen), Adam Lister (Catford & Bromley), Dan Stock (Faithfold A), Mark Leader, Josh Pistol (both Norstar A), Ilan Scorah (Oakwood)

MIDFIELDERS - Yoni Raeburn (Faithfold A), Ali Marks (NW Neasden B), Simon Shelley (Shirley Park), Joe Levy (AC Mill Hill), Dave Eden (Oakwood B), Richard Rosenthal, Scott Jay (both Glenthorne Utd A), Alex Bull (Southgate Harmen), Yoni Bord Catford & Bromley), Eli Lew (Athletic Bilbaum)

STRIKERS - Jamie Wolfson (NL Raiders A), Elliot Setyon (NW Neasden B), Jamie Kent (Shirley Park), Richard Fogelman (Jewventus), Ben Zloof (AC Mill Hill), Ben Myers (Oakwood B), Alex Bull (Southgate Harmen), Jamie Sinai (Catford & Bromley), Jake Gilbert (Athletic Bilbaum)

MANAGERS - Sam Rosenthal (Glenthorne A), Mark Pasha & Ed Green (Athletic Bilbaum)

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NOMINATIONS

AC MILL HILL
Ben Zloof (forward) was the real difference today. He showed his true quality in front of goal and showed why we were so desperate for him to sign with us

JEWVENTUS
An outstanding Gary Conway
Always lethal Richard Fogelman

LOS BLANCOS
Eddy Nathan's performance was superb and he would have walked into any team this sunday!

OAKWOOD B
Dave Eden was superb in midfield as was Ben Myers up front
Tim Glass at left back also had a very good game
Jamie Beale barely put a foot wrong at centre half

SOUTHGATE HARMEN
Josh Franklin (RB) - a summer signing from Brixton, Franklin joined with a big reputation and he didn't let his new teammates down. He was solid in defence and a constant threat going forward
Alex Bull (RM) - at just 17, showed incredible composure and skill to score a wonder goal after 20 minutes. Lee Greenfield whipped a dangerous low cross aruond the defence and Alex Bull came steaming in from the right and thumped a half volley into the roof of the net... watch out for this boy!
Ori Kobi (S) - was immense. He was strong, composed and unplayable at times. You cannot imagine what a difference this guy has made to the team and the club already!

CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI
Adam Lister - left back - battled for every ball in defence and then his passing and running with the ball at his feet caused real problems for the opposition. His best game since joining last season
Jamie Sinai - four goals and was unlucky not to have one or two more. He held the ball up brilliantly, brought others into play and then was clinical in and around the area
Yoni Bord - three assists (though he's claiming the second was his goal) and won the free kick for the fourth. Tormented the Norstar back line every time he had the ball at his feet. He's a very, very special player and the Cats are so glad to have him in the team

ATHLETIC BILBAUM
Jake Gilbert (S) - gave a textbook example of how to play the loan striker and picked up four fantastic goals
Eli Lew - chipped in with three assists and a master-class on the through ball

NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A
Jamie Wolfson Wolfson – 3 chances 3 goals. Caused problems all game

FAITHFOLD A
Yoni Raeburn - worked tirelessly
Dan Stock - covered well at the back

Last updated: 3:05pm, September 3 2012