There were tears of joy and sadness shed on Matchday 36 of the season. Here we salute the heroes who grabbed the headlines.
1. Josh COHEN (Los Blancos) - "consistent heroics in goal but also ending the final game with a goal and assist. Not many keepers can rack up those stats"
2. Russell BRILL (Chigwell Athletic) - star man in the win that ended Glenthorne's title hopes
3. Adam OSPER (Southgate Harmen) - man-of-the-match against Faithfold B, Mr Reliable had one of his best games in a black and white shirt. He even managed a nut meg, pure class
4. Danny NEWMAN (Jerusalem) - a rock that stopped England FC getting their hands on the double
5. Dave PRESTON (Jerusalem) - his partnership alongside Danny Newman was like Hansen and Lawro
6. Alex BULL (Southgate Harmen) - put in a real shift and is a real favourite of outgoing manager Dan Uzan
7. Ben MURRELL (Southgate Harmen) - "an incredible performance and a really special hat-trick" against Faithfold
8. Gav COHEN (Jerusalem) - an energetic performance in the Olim Cup final where controlled the midfield against league champions England FC
9. Josh CAPLIN (Los Blancos) - "controlled the central midfield area and picked the perfect passes to start another LB attack" against Norstar B
10. Dean BEN YOSEF (Chigwell Athletic) - finished the season in top form and manager Richard Slater must surely give him a contract extension now ...
11. Adam ARNOLD (London Maccabi Lions) - four-goal hero helped the Lions finish joint-winners of the Watford Friendly League title