Danny Caro's Goal of the Week: November 30


There are few men in the MGBSFL who hit a truer ball than Steve Summers.

Redbridge A's two-goal hero scored a peach of a goal that not even two goalkeepers would've saved.

Here's how his boss, Sam Rosenthal, saw it: "Steve was magic on Sunday. He left two defenders on their tuchases before smashing it home."

Bottoms up Stevo!



- ZACK RICH (Temple Fortune) - a low strike from the edge of the area into the bottom corner was a goal from the moment it left his foot, leaving the keeper wrong footed and with no chance

- DOMINIC HALLETT (Temple Fortune) - a high looping winner into the top corner in the last minute

- JO DAVIS (Los Blancos) - scored a screamer from 20 yards out against Camden Park

- GREG CORIN (Hendon A) - one goal we did score was one of the best team goals you are likely to see at this level, starting with Russ Corin at the back and switching left then right before ending off with a typical Corin finish into the back of the net

- ROB SAMUELSON (NL Raiders B) - culminated from a flowing passing move which started with a neat give-and-go between Adam Posner and Andrew McMaster before the former sent Simon Buchler through down the right wing, he squared the ball to Jacob Gold who turned it on to Samuelson. Sammy then cut inside the left hand side of the box on to his right foot before curling the ball in to the top corner off the underside of the bar - a sublime goal

- JOEL ISAACS (Catford & Bromley) - turned two defenders inside out before curling it inside the post with the outside of his right boot

- ZAC BRIN (Jewdinese) - a cracking strike from 25 yards that flew into the bottom corner

- OLLIE BRILL (Jewdinese) - an absolute pearler into the top corner

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