1. JAMES GRABINER (Faithfold B) - "top keeper in the division, pushing the best keeper in the league that plays for the first team!"
2. JOE GRANT (Glenthorne United A) - "solid and lead by example all season. Calm on the ball with a great left foot"
3. GARY TILLER (Glenthorne Utd A) - "phenomenal at the back for the Thornes this season, very versatile and played, full back, centre half and centre mid, putting in a great shift in all positions – even played in goal twice! He kept the team in the game a number of times"
4. MIKE KHALASTCHI (Camden Park) - SEE TEAM OF THE SEASON
5. ARI NEVIES (Hendon Utd SC B) - "excellent season at centre back in his first year back from year off. Commanding in the air and on the deck. Bags of pace and comfortably dealt with anything thrown his way. Captain in the making"
6. JAKE SAUNDERS (Camden Park) - "At just 19, Shouldered so much responsibility, the vital cog in the team's midfield, hardly ever misplaced a pass, and once his fitness was up, he was unstoppable. A real star of the future, and awarded Camden Park player of the season 11/12"
7. TALI NEVIES (Hendon Utd SC B) - "captain fantastic, was a big part in team winning the league. Superb in centre midfield week in and out and popped up with some vital goals. Probably will be managers player of season (don't publicise that yet). Surely stands a chance for Division Two player of the season. Will deservedly lift the cup at the awards ceremony. Was also instrumental in weekly training sessions"
8. MAX KYTE (London Maccabi Lions B) - "on dropping down to the B team, Max got the Lions playing better football. Starts a move that results in a goal weekly. His link up play with Gold and Cutter has made very the team very hard to play against"
9. JAMES GOLD (London Maccabi Lions B) - "26 goals in all competitions, scores against teams of all quality, stats speak for themselves. Played the most games out of our team this season (20) and it's hard to think of a more inform striker at the moment (worldwide)"
10. DORON WEINSTEIN (Redbridge Jewish Care C) - a real goal machine. Nominated by his manager and others. Scored several wonder strikes
11. RA NOE (Hendon United Sports Club B) - "club top-scorer. Notched up an impressive tally this season and scored in majority of games, in particular his brace in the title-decider win over Camden. Was a handful for most defences and worked tirelessly all season. He can now help his wife look after his new born baby with a league title medal around his neck!"
Managers: MOTTY KORMAN & CHAIM GOTHOLD (Hendon United Sports Club B)