Co-managers Grant Gordon and Asher Miller guided the team - some of whom have been playing together since they were eight year old - to a memorable triumph.
HMH secured the title after winning 12 of their 14 matches, including two matches where they were missing outstanding goalkeeper Jota Levy through injury.
Shneur Levin, son of Rabbi and Rebbetzin Baruch and Kezi Levin of Brondesbury Park Synagogue, finished the season as HMH's top-scorer, firing an incredible 37 goals in the league and another 24 goals in the cup.
The team also excelled at the other end of the field, with conceding 25 goals all season - the fewest in the league. HMH finished with an overall goal difference of +46.
Gordon said: "If this sounds over-enthusiastic then that is because this is an incredible bunch of young men who are incredibly talented and play for each other and as a team where encouragement of their mates and overall team spirit is something to witness."