JC team of the week contenders: February 4

HMH and Fairlop FC were among the big winners on Matchday 19 of the MGBSFL, with their big-hitters turning on the style.



Nathan Mehlman (Fairlop FC)

James Hillier (Oakwood A)


Tom Prais (HMH)

Sammy Kingston (HMH)

Josh Goldstein (HMH)

Andy Bloom (NL Raiders Masters)

Tony Plaskow (NL Raiders Masters)

David Fox (NL Raiders Masters)

Marc Charles (Mill Hill Dons)

Josh Cinna (Mill Hill Dons)

Jamie Nagioff (Mill Hill Dons)

Harvey Kaye (Oakwood A)


Brad Gayer (Fairlop FC)

Alex Moss (HMH)

Eli Wegrzyn (HMH)

Aron Gale (NL Raiders Masters)

Adam Freeman (Mill Hill Dons)

Billy Lee (Jewdinese)


Oscar Wagner (HMH)


James Cartmell (NL Raiders Masters)

Avi Goldberg (HMH)

Aaron Dias (Fairlop FC)


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Brad Gayer (CM) - the man for the big occasion. Added another worldie to his ever-growing collection – arrowing a wonderful strike into the top right-hand corner



Marc Charles (RB) - Marc is really starting to come into his own, he is improving week by week and is now looking to cement a place in the starting eleven. He did no harm to those aspirations today with a powerful defensive performance, he used his pace and power to make some great interceptions whilst also providing an attacking outlet throughout

Josh Cinna (CB) - Cinna’s first game of the new year and he returned in style. A very comfortable defensive performance, once again dominant in the air and played a key role in our clean sheet

Jamie Nagioff (CB) - his best performance in a Dons shirt He was instrumental at the back and played a crucial role in the team’s clean sheet, he made two goal line clearances from corners at a crucial part of the game. He read the game to perfection, making many crucial challenges and he kept the Faithfold strikers extremely quiet. Simply superb

Adam Freedman (LB) - a new position for the young talent today and he looked really comfortable throughout. He won the one-vs-one battle against his winger throughout not giving him a sniff all game. A no nonsense performance



Billy Lee (CM) - yet again, absolutely superb. Full of running, always beating players and got himself on the scoresheet. A real example for the rest of the team



James Hiller (GK) - brilliant penalty save late on. The key moment in the game

Harvey Kaye (RWB) - excellent performance from Harv down the right. Put in a great cross for the winner


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