1. JACK SHULMAN (Hertswood Vale) - "a stand-in keeper for the last two weeks. The Vale Director of Football stepped up to the plate, putting in a solid performance with key saves and ensuring that we kept one of the league’s most attacking teams at bay"
2. DANI DENNISON (Oakwood B) - his cross for our third goal was probably the most skilful moment of the match"
3. MORDY WEILER (Hendon Utd Sports) - "has grown into a tremendous asset for Hendon his season and has added quality in the final third. Scored the decisive third goal with an outstanding finish into the far corner from outside the box. Fully deserved. Superb first full season for Hendon"
4. JAMES NEIDLE (Hertswood Vale) - "led from the back by smashing home a 94th minute winner to grab the three points. What he was doing in the opposition's box at that late stage, we'll never know. Solid as ever, winning tackle after tackle, and headed after header. Has proven to be a huge signing this season"
5. ED BRAFMAN (ML Lions Blue) - "a commanding performance at centre back by the ever-present captain against the champions"
6. BEN LOOFE (Oakwood B) - "commanding performance on a cold, wet morning in Essex"
7. DANIEL SELWYN (Oakwood B) - "unplayable today. Total nuisance for defenders. Crossing sublime and two goals. World-class performance"
8. CHAIM KORMAN (Hendon Utd Sports) - "the latest in a conveyor of quality from the Korman family and with his first senior start for Hendon this season. Chaim was tremendous at beating the full-back all game and putting in numerous dangerous crosses from the byline. All that was missing from the performance was a goal. Another future Korman star for sure"
9. JAMES MILLET (Hertswood Vale) - "a man who needs no introduction. Once again James stole the show with his creative flair, causing trouble across the Dons defence from the 1st minute. Grabbed the opener, before being fouled for our penalty in the 2nd half. Just 1 defeat in 12 games for the Vale when James has played"
10. GAV NOE (Real Hendon) - "produced a finishing masterclass with one particular cheeky lob from 15 yards out as part of his four-goal salvo"
11. BENNY GOLDBERG (Real Hendon) - "assists galore from the selfless Benny Goldberg who managed a hatrick of goals from questionable offside positions"
STAR MAN: Ed Brafman (ML Lions Blue)
MANAGER: Sam Marchant (ML Lions Blue)
REFEREE: Marc Rister (Redbridge JC B vs Oakwood B)