Danny Caro's MSFL TOTW: May 12


1. James CASTLE (Southgate Harmen) - "was outstanding against Camden Park, and I can honestly say that it was the best goalkeeping perfromance I have ever seen on a Sunday morning. James saved a penalty in the first half and made countless quality saves to keep us in the game. He is going to the Maccabia in the summer and on Sunday he showed why"

2. Alex LEWIS (North West Neasden A) - an unsung hero in the draw against Faithfold, hardly put a foot wrong

3. Adam KOSKY (London Maccabi Lions B) - "played in left back for the majority of the matches and was a real class act"

4. Adam OSPER (Southgate Harmen) - typically solid display as he helped keep things together against a rampant Camden

5. Jordan SAPLER (Glenthorne United B) - "back to the Sapler of previous seasons, controlled the Glenthorne defence winning the ball in the air and on the floor on at least 6 or 7 occasions to restrict Redbridge attack to half chances. A composed tough tackling performance"

6. Matt BERKLEY (Redbridge Jewish Care B) - worked his socks off in the derby against Glenthorne B

7. Yoni RAEBURN (Faithfold B) - hat-trick hero in the draw against Neasden, including a rare header!

8. Phil PETERS (Norstar A) - the powerful striker rolled back the years and changed the game with a barnstorming performance capped off by a stunning equaliser, appropriately the final goal of the current Norstar era

9. Daniel LASSMAN (Glenthorne United A) - two goals to win the game against Chigwell

10. Daniel SIMONS (Blizzard Storm) See PLAYER OF THE YEAR

11. Guy MARKS (Camden Park) - capped a stunning display on the left flank with a sublime finish in the draw against Harmen

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