JC Team of the Week: the contenders - Jan 29


GK – Declan Green (LM Lions B), Mike Myers (FC Team C)

Defenders – Paul Lenchner, Alex Norman (both Chigwell), Rob Freedman (Team JLGB), Ari Nevies, Parys Hammonds (both Hendon B), Adam Poole (Woodford), Mike Khalastchi (Camden), Gary Tiller (Glenthorne A), Motti Colman (Hendon A), Rik Sherman (NL Raiders B), Joel Reuben (LM Lions B), Adam Levine, Rob Davidson (both Oakwood), Sam McCarthy (Redbridge JC A), Jamie Breslaw (FC Team C)

Midfielders – Stuart Muller, Joe Stolerman (Blizzard Storm), Craig Pearl (Chigwell), Matt West, Mike Marks (both Team JLGB), Alex Neiss (Hendon B), Josh Marks (Camden), Paul Biller (Glenthorne A), Yoni Raeburn (Neasden B), Josh Kennet (Redbridge A), Ricky Lawrence (SPEC FC), Dan Stock (Faithfold B), Josh Kennet (Redbridge JC A), Gary Hill (FC Team C)

Strikers – RA Noe (Hendon B), Josh Toff (Camden), Daniel Pike (SPEC FC), Edward Green (Athletic Bilbaum), Anthony Kintish (Oakwood)

Manager – Rob Silverman (Team JLGB), Richard Slater (Chigwell Athletic), Alex Aviram (Woodford), Darren Yarlett & Lee Cash (Neasden A), Eilon Kennet (Redbridge A), Laurence Conway (SPEC FC), Richard Blank & Alex Schock (Oakwood)




Camden Park
Mike Khalastchi (CB) - praised by the ref as a tower of strength at centre back, the big man with the big ego.
Josh Marks - CM - In midfield, the gaffer continues to get fitter and sharper with every match, he was fantastic today and scored a screamer on his wrong foot from outside the area.
Josh Toff - put in a fantastic shift up front and fully deserved his goal
Dan Baneth stole the show though, he plundered a brace but his link up play was the real highlight of his performance

Glenthorne A
Gary Tiller (LB) -solid at the back and got a goal for his efforts
Paul Biller (LM) - brilliant first half hat-trick which sent us on our way to a win

Hendon B
Ra Noe, striker - another 2 goals and ran their defence ragged
Ari Nevies & Parys Hammonds - centre backs - commanding and towering throughout. Didn't give the opposition a look in
Alex Neiss - centre mid - covered every blade of grass, dominated the midfield and scored 2 fantastic goals

Neasden B
Yoni Raeburn - scored a great goal that crowned an excellent performance from him

Adam Poole - was solid for 90 minutes and hammered home the winner

Blizzard Storm
Stuart Muller - dominated the midfield

Hendon A
Motti Colman - was absolutely outstanding against Redbridge

Redbridge A
Josh Kennet - easily RJC's MOM, scoring the first goal and setting up the second and running the show in between. A top contender for player of the week. So influential in the game-plan and victory

Dan Pike (Striker) - capped off an all-action performance with a 35-yard stunner. Didn't stop running. Is still running now
Ricky Lawrence (Centre Mid) - the engine room of the SPEC midfield. Tormented Brady with his surging runs and kept his cool to bag a last-minute winner with a cool finish

Neasden A
Jake Gottlieb - "By far the best Jewish footballer around, including Lions Saturday side. Far to good for MSFL"
Brad Sharp - "played like Gareth Bale this week, eight assists so far and best left back in the league"
Ben Ellis - played a brilliant half hour after coming on as sub for Lions' Saturday side in the 2-1 away win against Kings Langley, and was outstanding on Sunday with one goal and one assist
Lee Cash - the best thing since sliced bread

Chigwell Athletic
Craig Pearl – CM – getting better and better with age. Dominated the midfield and FC Team couldn't handle his dead ball deliveries. The guy is pure class
Paul Lenchner – CB – goal-line clearance, didn't lose a header, went on 2/3 runs from defence and capped off with a great goal
Alex Norman – LB – didn't lose a tackle & his pace and experience against the wingers or FC Team was crucial. One of his best games in a Chigwell shirt

Faithfold B
Dan Stock - was man of the match just had too much pace and was a constant threat

London Maccabi Lions B
Joel Reuben - once again superb tackling and attitude

Adam Levine (CB) - leader and Oakwood hero
Antony Kintish (S) - rolled back the years up front with a wonderful performance
Rob Davidson (FB)- marauding full back who helped put his former team to the sword

Redbridge A
Sam McCarthy (RB) - put in a top defensive shift for 90 minutes, refused to be beaten once and covered round the rest of the RJC defence when needed
Josh Kennet (CM) - capped a wonderful performance with a brilliant goal
Adam Hakimi (CB) - first game after travelling for six months and he didn't put a foot wrong at the heart of the defence
Danny Hakimi (CM) - won everything in midfield against RJC

FC Team C
Gary Hill (CM) - never stopped running and battling for the ball, 'Gary Hill loves TEAM!'
Jamie Breslaw (CB) - put in a real captain's performance

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