Brent U13 were crowned joint London Cup winners with Havering following a dramatic cup final at the Capital City academy.
The match went to extra time following a 2-2 draw despite Brent taking the lead twice and in London schools FA tradition after extra time, with the scores still level, the honours were shared.
Brent attacked right from the off with Damani Ayre testing the keeper with a neat volley. The deadlock was broken when good play by Reece Weekes, Kieran Ali and Kyle Mathews found Drillon Krasniqi who hit a stunning volley from 25 yards which found the top corner.
Havering pressed for an equaliser and despite the best efforts of defenders Michael Adjei and Odain Donaldson the pressure told and Havering equalised following a goalmouth scramble.
The hot weather was taking it's toll on the as players were starting to tire in the second half. Brent thought they had won the match when Keiano Joseph was released down the right and after outpacing two players and dribbling past a defender he unleashed an unstoppable 30-yard shot which gave the Havering keeper no chance.
In the dying seconds Havering launched an aerial attack in a desperate attempt to get the equalising goal and they got their rewards as they launched a ball into the box and the Havering striker reacted quickest to head the ball past Kush Garara to take the game to extra time.
With the players knackered from the heat there were no real chances as both teams had to settle for a share of the trophy in what had been an exciting final.
The Brent squad also included captain Cai Burrows, Nathan Barnard, Calijah Simmonds, Damani Ayre, Wicktor Wachala, Joshua Okello, Amari Ofosu, Jack Gorman, Dominik Gunar and Delgardo Smith
Meanwhile, Middlesex U16s have ended their season top of the league despite losing the cup final to Kent.
Middlesex were looking for looking for revenge following a 4-3 loss to Kent earlier on in the season but they fell 4-1 in the cup final with Adrian George scoring the goal for Middlesex
Middlesex U16s team: Adam Bullock, George McIntyre, George Njoku, Harlain Mbayo, Mikkel Ndjoli, Nyv Bogaire, Kevin Holden, Anthony Mozie, Sinn'kaye Christie, Assef Rahman, Frankie Keita, Gianni Crichlow, Montasir Elnaeem, Remi Gyimah, Mikkel James, Ash Hamed, Ramayne Penant and Courtney Austin.
Elsewhere, Hatch End celebrated triple joy as all year groups won their Harrow Cup finals at Hampton & Richmond Borough Football Club.
The Year 7 boys started off the Hatch End trophy haul as they easily beat Whitmore 5-2 despite a nervous start by them with keeper Brandon Seymour Howells making a string of first half saves.
Revenge was on the cards for the Year 9 Boys as they beat Canons School in a repeat of last year's final. In a tense game it was Sameer Tokhi scored the winner as he struck a sublime lob that went into the top corner to seal a 2-1 win.
The run for Hatch End continued as the Year 9 boys who are now unbeaten in three years in Harrow continued their steak as they comfortably ran out 3-1 winners against Nower Hill to defend the cup.
Headstone Manor U11s were confirmed as Division Six champions, while the U13s Diamonds were Division Three runners-up.
Division Two champs, Manor U14s A, ended with a 4-0 triumph over Ruislip Rangers and the U18s lifted the Premier League. The U16s were Division Four runners up.