JC MSFL TOTW: the contenders - October 14

By Danny Caro, October 14, 2012
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Here are this week's nominations for the JC Team of the Week.

GK - Brad Grant (Glenthorne B), Steve Murad (Temple Fortune A)

Defenders - Julian Gertner, Ben Annis (both Los Blancos), Brad Frankel (Redbridge JC A), James Millman, Daniel Woolfe (both FC Team B), Benji Manheim, Craig Edwards (both Temple Fortune A), Rik Sherman, Josh Morris (both NL Raiders A), Adam ben Harosh (Tottenham Chutspah), Jon Kaye (North West Neasden B)

Midfielders - Daniel Lassman, Daniel Lipman (both Glenthorne A), Ben Kon (Hendon A), Rob Sanford, Adam Aminoff (both FC Team C), Jay Lawrence (Glenthorne B), Luke Brookner (Camden Park), Richard Angel (Athletic Bilbaum), David Rhodes, Mike Hershman (both NL Raiders A), Dave Sherman (Faithfold C), Richard Alexander (L'Equipe)

Strikers - Daryl Phillips (Faithfold A), Adam Hersh (Neasden B), Jamie Shaw (Glenthorne A), David Joseph Cohen (FC Team C), RA Noe (Hendon B), David Kanzen (Camden Park)

Manager - Rob Richman (Raiders), Zuriel Solomon (Faithfold), Ben Simon (FC Team B), Liam Stein & Jordan Sapler (Glenthorne B), Ben Gilbey (FC Team C)

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NOMINATIONS

LOS BLANCOS
Ben Annis (LB) - an excellent performance with two assists to his name
Josh Gaon with a powerful display in centre mid, capping his performance with a well-taken penalty

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HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A
Ben Kon (M) - back to his best in an attacking midfield role and rewarded with two fine goals

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HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A
RA Noe (Hendon B) - scored twice and worked tirelessly up front

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FAITHFOLD A
Daryl Phillips (S) - was excellent against Lions, took his three goals well and his all-round game was brilliant

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REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A
Brad Frankel (CB) - was again a colossus in the heart of the defence, this time against Brixton

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FC TEAM B
James Milman (CB) - superb in keeping the opposition at bay
Daniel Woolfe (LB) - superb in keeping the opposition at bay

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CAMDEN PARK
Luke Brookner (M) - was exceptional in a deeper midfield role
David Kanzen (S) - really has the bit between his teeth at the moment. Full of running and top quality . a well-taken brace

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NORTH LONDON RAIDERS A
Rik Sherman - back to his imperious best. Marshalled the defence and didn't allow Team dangerman Salmon a kick all game
David Rhodes - a colossus in central midfield. Won every header and his presence has been missed over the last few games when he has been out injured.
Josh Morris - brilliant at full back. Defended strongly and always a threat going forward
Mike Hershman - on his 50th start for the club he gave the Team full back no end of problems. Capped his performance with a goal and as assist

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TOTTENHAM CHUTSPAH
Adam ben Harosh (LB) - got stuck into every challenge and tackle and showed great left back positioning

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NORTH WEST NEASDEN B
Jon Kaye (CB) - 50 years plus he is ... came on early when Adam Kern got injured. Legend!

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L'EQUIPE
Richard 'Scotty' Alexander (Winger) – had a brilliant second half of the game. Every touch of the ball was pure class and topped off his performance with a fantastic goal

Last updated: 10:08am, October 16 2012