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Danny Caro's Division 1 Team of the Season

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It's no surprise to see the top two teams - RJC B and NLR B - dominate, while the efforts of players from Blizzard Storm, Camden Park and Los Blancos could not be ignored.

1. DAVID SIMNOCK (NL Raiders B) - Safe Hands Simmo came in his own in season 2014/15. Title-winning boss Jon Jacobs described him as the "best keeper I have seen in Maccabi". He went on to say: "The A-team keeper must be amazing!"

2. ADAM LEVENE (Blizzard Storm) - the former Neasden galatico turned down offers from the MLS to join the Storm. Didn't put a foot wrong all season but manager Simon Linden faces a big task keeping hold of him for another promotion push

3. MATT NIMAN (Redbridge B) - "unsung player who is first choice left-back , very strong in the tackle and brilliant in the air, he has improved significantly"

4. MAX SAUNDERS (Camden Park) - "his usual reliable self, our John Terry at the back, marshalled the defence all season with some towering performances and chipped in with a few goals as well, becoming an increasing threat from corners"

5. ADAM POSNER (NL Raiders B) - captain marvel enjoyed an outstanding season as L'Orange secured a top two finish. He added a touch of class to proceedings and really drove his team on

6. ROB HERSHKORN (Camden Park) - CP'S Player of the Season. "Appointed skipper at the beginning in September, Rob was our talisman and produced some fantastic displays in midfield combining talent with industry. Our top goal-scorer and assist maker, our best player this season by a mile"

7. SAM SOLLOSI (Redbridge B) - small in stature but a giant of a player on the pitch. Twinkle-toed, possesses some sick skills and certainly knows where the goal is. Division One Player of the Year

8. NATHAN SOLLOSI (Redbridge B) - it was a memorable campaign for the Sollosi brothers, with Ben also making the Premier Division Team of the Season. Nathan put in a series of influential performances, especially in the big games

9. SIMON MOSES (Los Blancos) - "joined midway through the season and turned our season around. Moses has pace, power, a great finish and loves hitting the back of the net"

10. JAKE GILBERT (NL Raiders B) - made a huge impact following his arrival from Athletic Bilbaum. Gave the team another dimension and took the weight of the shoulders of Nicky Woolf and Jacob Gold up top.

11. DANIEL GARFINKLE (Redbridge B) - it was a no-brainer for Garfinkle to join RJC from Hendon. He hit the ground running and scored goals for fun, including for the A-team in the Premier. Hit five hat-tricks in his debut season. A fantastic predator and natural-born finisher. Teams couldn't work out how to stop a player who is almost as quick as Usain Bolt!

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