MSFL TOTW nominations: December 16


Here are the nominations from Matchday 16 of the JC MSFL season.

GK - Jake Doffman (Brixton), Josh Cohen (Los Blancos), Lenny Bloom (Neasden B), Dan Oade (Shirley Park), Simon Roth (Athletic Bilbaum), Steve Murad (Temple Fortune A), James Castle (Southgate Harmen), Sam Singer (Brady B)

DEFENDERS - Chaim Strom (Hendon C), Loz Bloom (AC Mill Hill), Adam Blin (Oakwood B), Gary Conway, David Brown (both Jewventus), Ben Annis (Los Blancos), Stuart Harring, Scott Kay, David Droznika, Josh Tiano (all Temple Fortune A), Joel Berg, Adam Hakimi (both Redbridge JC A), Ben Hildebrand (Brady B), Dan Gilbert (Norstar A)

MIDFIELDERS - Ashley Freeman (AC Mill Hill), Ben Levy (Oakwood B), Gabe John, Dan Rook (both Jewventus), Aviel Schwarz, Charlie Rubin (both LM Lions A), Adam Waters (Los Blancos), Nicky Plotnek (Shirley Park), Kane Gilbery, Josh Gilbery, Michael Goldberg, Shai Davidi (all Temple Fortune A), Sam Castle (Southgate Harmen), Luke Brookner (Camden Park), Nathan Harrod (Brady B), Jonny Kay (Norstar A)

STRIKERS - Alex Elf (Hendon C), Ben Zloof (AC Mill Hill), James Ryan, Jerome Marks (both Woodford Wanderers), Dovid Korman, Avidan Last (both Hendon A), Ben Polak (Oakwood B), James Alexander, Ami Wynbourne (both Jewventus), Max Kyte (LM Lions A), Daniel Orgel, Josh Marks (both Temple Fortune A)

MANAGER - Adam Hersh (Los Blancos), Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune A)




Ashley Freeman C(M) - was inspirational in the middle of the park and made a goal stopping challenge which was the best tackle his manager has seen this season
Loz Bloom (LB) - had another faultless display at left back, defending when he needed to and supporting the forwards throughout the game
Ben Zloof (S) - was a cut above the rest, scoring his fourth consecutive hat-trick with the pick of the bunch being his first, where from out wide on the right he managed to hook and loop the ball over the keeper into the corner of the net


Ed Green (S) - if he's not in team of the week for his performance today, you're mental. Scored a great goal and terrorised the Brady defence. Muscled them off everything, won almost every header and gave them no time on the ball which they yearned for so badly. Relentless for the whole 90, even when we were down to 10
Simon Roth (GK) - nominated by both teams after a wonderful performance against Brady A. Made some cracking saves to keep his team in it in the second half ... "and he's generally a beast"


Sam Singer (GK) - made some fantastic saves on his Brady debut and thoroughly deserved his clean sheet
Nathan Harrod (CM) - great vision and passing on display throughout. Fantastic assist for Mogilner's first goal and played big part in Kasler's second too
Ben Hildebrand (CB) - a rock at the back despite moving in from his usual full-back role. Played key role in Brady's fifth goal, winning the ball at the back, driving through midfield and playing through Mogilner who was fouled for a penalty


Luke Brookner (CM) - MOTM. Captain carried the team on a day where they played their second team. Bossed the game from central midfield, an impressive performance suggesting he's back to his best


Dovid Korman (M) - for a real quality attacking midfield performance including a coolly twice taken winning penalty
Avidan Last (S) - for an excellent battling performance up front


Aviel Schwarz (CM) - excellent in the cup win over Brixton
Charlie Rubin (CM) - excellent in the cup win over Brixton


Josh Cohen (GK) - save of week and team of week in goal
Ben Annis (LB) - he was all over the park in a very powerful performance driving Blancos on
Adam Waters (LW) - sheer class on left wing rewarded with a goal


Dan Gilbert (cb) - rock-solid in the middle of the back four
Jonny Kay (cm) - controlled the midfield despite being targeted throughout the game by the opposition


Joel Berg (CB) - did everything right against the Masters in the cup despite the nasty conditions
Adam Hakimi (CB) - did everything right against the Masters in the cup despite the nasty conditions


Nicky Plotnek (CM) - picks up the plaudits for parks man of the match against Harmen in his last game of the season for us. It's been a pleasure having Nicky with Park since our formation. His commitment to the game and the Park life faithful has been second to none. He’s blesses the field with serious teckers and a wealth of experience that's beyond are league, and we've been very grateful to have him in our ranks


Jerome Marks (S) - was given the opportunity to play in his favoured striker position and presented the gaffer with two goals and three assists. He came off for a well deserved rest with a spring in his step and will surely guarantee his place up top in the first game of 2013

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