JC Team of the Week: the contenders - Feb 26

Here are the nominations from Matchday 23 of the MGBSFL.



Josh Alswang (NL Raiders C)

Jack Shulman (Hertswood Vale)

James Harpin (ML Lions B)


Dani Dennison (Oakwood B)

Adam Speck (Temple Fortune)

Ricky Zeiderman (NL Raiders C)

Nathan Anders (ML Lions B)

Nick Wallis (SPEC FC)

Sam Roth (SPEC FC)

Laurence Rosenthal (SPEC FC)

Simon Bagel (SPEC FC)

Ryan Fox (SPEC FC)

Zack Neiman (Redbridge A)

Darryl Rubin (Redbridge A)

Sam Zartz (Redbridge C)

Lee Cutler (Redbridge C)

Josh Cramer (Los Blancos)

Joel Barnett (Los Blancos)


Dan Selwyn (Oakwood B)

Brett Stead (Temple Fortune)

James Miller (Hertswood Vale)

Adam Isaacs (Mill Hill Dons)

Nick Phillips (both Mill Hill Dons)

James Berkley (Redbridge A)

Nate Kashket (Redbridge C)


Jordan Sharifian (Temple Fortune)

Liam Stein (NL Raiders C)

Jono Gaon (Finchley City)

Harry Graham (Hertswood Vale)

Louie Libbert (Los Blancos)


Sam Marchant (ML Lions B)

Ricky Lawrence (SPEC FC)

Jacob Emanuel & Jack Shulman (Hertswood Vale)

Brandon Hamme (Mill Hill Dons)





Dani Dennison (D) - another committed and good game for Dani. Flew into tackles and got forward from right back as much as he could 

Daniel Selwyn (M) - got in good wide positions often and deserved a goal for his good play



Nathan Anders (CB) - having just turned 17 and up against Redbridge A’s lethal striker who was drafted in, had an absolutely outstanding performance and dominated at the back

James Harpin (GK) - only 17-years-old and outstanding every week, made a terrific save from a bullet Redbridge shot from the edge of the area in the second half, their only attempt on goal that half



Adam Speck (CB) - the captain led by example and kept Fogelman quiet throughout

Brett Stead (M) - drove Fortune forward, didn't stop running and capped the brilliant performance with a goal

Jorden Sharifian (S) - there's not a better centre forward in the league! Brilliant hat-trick



Josh Alswang (GK) - put in an assured performance in goal, with poise and ease

Ricky Zeiderman (RB) - a constant vocal presence at which helped the defence put in a solid performance



Louie Libbert (S) - an excellently taken hat-trick, strong and powerful he has proven an excellent late addition to our squad. The first goal was a sweet 25 yarder into the top corner

Josh Cramer (LB) - has constantly improved as the season progresses. Playing in three positions during the game, including left back, he grabbed his first goal for Blancos with a neat finish

Joel Barnett (D) - captaining the team from defence, some strong commanding challenges kept the opponents at bay



Jack Shulman (GK) – called up to the squad at 9:30am after a late withdrawal. Despite having a relatively quiet game in goal, made two outrageous saves, the first of which was the catalyst for our third successive win, tipping a stunning effort onto the bar with an equally stunning save

Ben Davis (RB) – Shrugged off a groin injury to play his part in our victory. Never stops running

Ashley Hirschberger (LB) – despite nursing a hangover, put in a solid shift at left-back, before moving into the centre of the defence during the second-half. A nightmare for any winger. As versatile as Nacho Monreal

Bailey Snow & Danny Feuer (CB) – Bailey and Danny left Jeff Gotch with just one shot to show for his effort all morning – not an easy task! Superb defensively, Bailey slotted in well alongside Danny who has marshalled a defence that has conceded just three goals in our last three games

James Millet (CAM) – there’s a reason we’ve won every game when he’s played this season! Another spectacular performance from Vale’s No. 10, who grabbed two goals and an assist to lead us to victory

Harry Graham (S) – Hertswood Vale’s answer to Jamie Vardy. Tormented the Catford centre-backs with a number of teasing runs. Bagged two goals, and was unfortunate not to grab a hat-trick with a header late on. Man-of-the-match



Zack Neiman and Daryl Rubin (CB)  - have to nominate them together , they are so solid in the centre of defence and work as a great team

James Berkley (CM) - two goals from centre midfield, he is adding end product to his all round game and is just so under-rated, not by the RJC management though!

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