Here is my Team of the Week from Matchday 9 of the JC MSFL season.
1. RYAN MONK (Boca Jewniors) - was the difference between a respectable scoreline and a landslide defeat against Temple Fortune A
2. SIMON LEE (SPEC FC) - " after 13 months on the physio's table, he looked like he'd never been away"
3. SIMON BAGEL (Glenthorne United B) - was "tremendous, playing alongside Joe Grant" in the resolute cup win over Mill Hill
4. GIDEON CALLER (Hendon Utd SC C) - ensured nothing got through a well-drilled defence in the shock win over first division UJIA
5. ARYEH MARKS(Los Blancos) - "had a tremendous game from centre back. He marshalled the defence excellently and was never beaten"
6. SAM CASTLE (Southgate Harmen) - on his debut, he dominated in the air, won every challenge and has a sweet left foot. A great find!
7. BENJI WEINBERGER (Brixton Old Boys) - "three goals against in-form FC Team A in a fantastic debut, he put a great show on"
8. REISS MOGILNER (Brady Maccabi B) - nominated by Catford captain Adam Luria - "best player in the division by a country mile" and by his own team - (man of the match) - "a creative outlet on the wing for Brady, who consistently had the beating of his man, and scored a fantastic seventh for his side"
9. OLI SIMONS (Blizzard Storm) - "took his goals like a Brett Angel or better still, Alan Shearer, some great headers included from great crosses"
10. JAMIE KENT (Shirley Park) - terrorised the Faithfold B defence with no less than six goals
11. JAMES LESTER (Loughton Orient) - a 25-yard screamer was the pick of his hat-trick in the demolition of Temple Fortune B
JC PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Ben Weinberger (Brixton)
JC MANAGER OF THE WEEK
Craig Miller (Hendon United Sports Club C)