We deserve to go up, says Brady manager
Steven Field won the all-important midfield battle against Daniel Geey as Brady Maccabi finished in third spot
Josh Hershman (2), Steve Field and Josh Gordon were the goal men as Brady Maccabi claimed third spot in Division One with a 4-0 victory over Oakwood.
Brady boss Josh Rosenfeld said: "We hope the league management committee is consistent and rewards the boys with Premiership football next year. We deserve the chance."
North London Raiders A ended their season on a high with a 2-1 victory over North West Neasden A. James Gershfield put Neasden ahead but David Rhodes and a penalty from Ben Sheldon turned the game on its head.
Darren Yarlett and Lee Cash have been appointed joint-managers for Neasden next season.
Outgoing manager Jamie Cole said: "Lee and Darren are the perfect team to take Neasden to the next level.
"Darren's knowledge and experience is second-to-none and I have no doubt that Lee Cash, as player-manager, will have a similar effect on the side like Kenny Dalglish did on the great Liverpool team of the '80s."
Redbridge Jewish Care C finished runners-up in Division Three with Dan Gordon (2), Adam Hakimi and Anthony Mendel on target in a 4-1 win over Faithfold C.
Byron Watkins and Danny Jacobs were on the mark as Zig Zag beat Catford & Bromley Maccabi 2-1.
A four-goal blitz from Louis Taylor eased Neasden C to a 9-2 victory over Pinner JFC. Simon Cohen, Gary Travers (2), Adam Levene and Joel Kanutin completed the rout.
An 82nd minute strike from supersub Jamie Marks proved decisive as North London Raiders C edged past Temple Fortune B.