Managers up and down the land were on top form in their post-match press conferences, but Zuriel Solomon is a worthy winner on all fronts on Matchday 30 of the season.
WINNER: Zuriel Solomon (Faithfold A) - " I told the boys that I would not leave the ground without the trophy. This is a proud day for Faithfold, the MSFL and Jewish football"
- David Domb (Norstar C) - "Mill Hill didn't see us coming at them in the way we did"
- Jordan Sapler (Glenthorne B) - "It was a complete contrast between the two teams and I know how Premiership teams get annoyed by playing Stoke with long ball after long ball and long throw after long throw"
- Ric Blank (Oakwood A) - "to take this opportunity to congratulate everyone involved with South Manchester FC for reaching the PM final. A lot of us grew up at that club and more than anything we hope Johnny Davis gets the trophy he deserves for his years of commitment to the club and Jewish football in general"
- Mitch Young (FC Team A) - "I just want to mention the referee Richard Jaye. It was the best refereing performance I have seen at amateur level. I wish we could have him every week, he let the game flow, explained his decisions, did not take an crap from the players and most importantly kept up with play"
- Loz Newman (South Manchester SC 1st) - "It is a huge bonus to our season and we have done fantastically well to get to Boundary Park, but now we have to turn our attention back to trying to retain the league title, something the club has never done before"
- Josh Marks (Camden Park) - "I'm proud of the boys for reaching two semi-finals this year, but now we concentrate on the target of promotion that we set for this season"
- Rob Silverman (Brixton) - "It would be unfair to single out any other individuals as this was very much a team performance against all the odds"
- Oli Shorts (Raiders B) - "I'd like to compliment SPEC stand-in manager, Michael Rhodes, who incredibly turned up in a suit. Myself, Rich and all the players couldn't believe that someone would turn up to a Sunday League game in a suit and the players were clearly distracted but such a statement. Maybe I'll have to follow suit!"
- David Gordon (FC Team B) - "Brady, they are the best team in this division by a country mile. The fact that we were seconds away from beating them is credit to how we played"
- David Garbacz (Hendon A) - QUOTE 1 - "This was the proverbial game of two halves – for 45 minutes we were shocking and looked as if the matzos and lack of proper recent training was really taking effect as a young energetic Lions team outplayed us in all departments"
- David Garbacz (Hendon A) - QUOTE 2 - For the next few weeks we will be getting out our Oakwood and Norstar scarves and hoping for the best"
- Dan Uzan (Harmen) - "In Ryan Glynne, Adam Klein and David Fox, Neasden have three players who have been at the club as long as I can remember and are a credit to Jewish football"
- Josh Dagul (Brady B) - "Team defended like I've never seen in Jewish football - throwing their bodies on the line. I think one guy even took one on the face"
- Andy Landesberg (Lions A) - "With eight players out on the pitch under 20-years-old, they learnet a good lesson today, and that was 2-0 is a dangerous score, and when the first goal goes in against you it is easy for the wheels to come off"
- Lester Jacobs (Catford & Bromley) - "We had to dig deep into our squad this week, starting without six regulars due to injuries and work commitments. But that made the first 15 minutes all the more interesting as NWN kicked-off with just nine men