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Fegan takes charge at Fortune

By Danny Caro, May 23, 2011

Lee Fegan is the new manager of Temple Fortune A.

The appointment follows the news that Andrew Souber stepped down just weeks after leading them to the JC MSFL Division Two title.

Souber said: "It has been an absolute pleasure to have been around the squad and our championship win was a fully deserved reward for all the hard work they put in over this season and the previous ones.

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Masters Team of the Season: profiles

By Danny Caro, May 23, 2011

Phil Caplin (Camden Park) - the Camden stopper was busier that he would've liked this season but he continues to leap around in goal like a 15-year-old

Rob Kaplan (Camden Park) - another member of the Camden old school, Kaplan rarely came out second best against players sometimes half his age. A true competitor

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Young Team of the Season: profiles

By Danny Caro, May 23, 2011

Ben de la Fuente (Norstar) - just edged out Brixton No. 1 Jake Doffman. The Norstar No. 1 is without a doubt the best goalkeeper in the division, according to Phil Peters, and "definitely the best" his manager "has seen in his limited time in the MSFL". "Performed miracles at times this season and put in big performances when it mattered"

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Jacobson: I let everyone down

By Danny Caro, May 23, 2011

Joe Jacobson has described his red card in the League 2 playoff semi-final against Stevenage as one of the low points of his career.

The Accrington Stanley left-back was dismissed following a late challenge on Lawrie Wilson

Jacobson said: "It was a bit of a blur really, the guy was running out with the ball and I thought I could get there.

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Peer slump continues

By Danny Caro, May 23, 2011

Shahar Peer's miserable run of form continued when she crashed out of the French Open in the first round.

Peer, 24, reached as high as 11 in the WTA rankings at the start of the year but her slump continued at Roland Garros.

Seeded 18, the Israeli capitulated after a first-set tie-break, going down 6-1 in the second set against Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez of Spain.

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Division 4 Team of the Year: profiles

By Danny Caro, May 20, 2011

Mitchel Ross (Glenthorne United B) - top cat Ross had the best return of any keeper in Division Four. Seven clean sheets capped an excellent campaign where he commanded his box and pulled off some stunning saves

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Division 3 Team of the Season: profiles

By Danny Caro, May 20, 2011

Bradley Grant (Glenthorne United A) - "played all but two games this year. Missed Sunday's league winning game, which he was gutted about, but will be back for the final game next week.

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Division 2 Team of the Season: profiles

By Danny Caro, May 20, 2011

Ben de la Fuente (Norstar A) - although John Nitka would believe otherwise, the Norstar No. 1 is without a doubt the best goalkeeper in the division, according to Phil Peters, and "definitely the best" his manager "has seen in his limited time in the MSFL". "Performed miracles at times this season and put in big performances when it mattered"

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Division 1 Team of the Season: profiles

By Danny Caro, May 20, 2011

Division One was arguably the toughest to pick. Find out why this XI caught the eye.

Oli Colmans (Brady Maccabi) - enjoyed an excellent season capped off with an incredible goal direct from a clearance. Has been known for some Heurelho Gomes-esque moments over the years but he was on top form throughout the campaign, keeping four clean sheets

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Summerfield helps LMV U11s make it two out of two

By Danny Caro, May 20, 2011

An excellent knock from Zac Summerfield helped London Maccabi Vale Under 11s win their second game in a row as they overcame Mill Hill Village by seven wickets.

Captain Alex Davidson decision to bowl first was rewarded as Benjamin Jayes (3-20) and Joseph Bentley claiming five wickets between them.

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