Danny Caro's Team of the Week: April 28


Players from Jewish FA Cup winners Brady Maccabi A dominate the JC Master Class on Matchday 33 of the season.

1. Russell CORIN (Hendon United Sports Club A) - saw off the challenge of Jake Doffman and Ed Bloom after a stunning performance which including the Save of the Week for his heroics against Faithfold and Daryl Phillips

2. Lewis BLITZ (North London Raiders A) - "faultless at centre back in his last game before his wedding. Defended expertly and even ran the whole length of the pitch to have a huge hand in the all important third goal"

3. Stuart HARING (Temple Fortune A) - the standout player in the 5-3 win over Harmen

4. Jon ELLIS (Brady Maccabi A) - "led the team superbly and didn't miss one header or tackle all game" in PMT final against South Manchester

5. Jordan NATHAN (Brady Maccabi A) - "18 years old and plays centre back like he is 28 years old. Morrison winner in his first season and afraid of no-one. Strong, quick and intelligent. One of our players of the season"

6. Paul BABAI (Faithfold A) - typical Babai performance in a busy midfield engine room to ensure his team got the point they needed to win the title

7. Josh GORDON (Brady Maccabi A) - "ran his socks into the ground in the PMT final at Oldham and won the midfield battle (MOM performance)"

8. Ari LAST (Hendon United Sports Club A) - "kept driving the Hammers forward until the last minute despite suffering badly with a knee injury – a great example to all"

9. Ben BELL (Athletic Bilbaum) - played with his heart on his sleeve on the wing to earn the Baums four points out of a possible six against Blancos

10. Marc HARRIS (FC Team A) - "two great goals and worked hard up front" in the impressive double-header win over Redbridge

11. Josh HERSHMAN (Brady Maccabi A) - "After missing a good opportunity early doors, he kept running at South Mancs throughout the second half and it was only a matter of time. Big goal, an absolute screamer on a big stage at the perfect time – essentially the match-winner


Neal Cohen (London Maccabi Lions B vs UJIA)

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