We had some fantastic entries to our FA Cup moments competition to win two tickets to the final on May 19.
We were bowled over by the standard, every video which made the shortlist made us laugh.
But there has to be one winner and it is the Central Youth Club, Kensington from Liverpool for their re-creation of Djimi Traore's own goal against Burnley.
It was a slick piece of video with a stellar cast and we particularly liked the local brand of commentary. Well done to everyone involved.
A special mention must also go to Jamie Bylett and friends for the Aylesbury duck waddle; and Charlie Harris for his comical replay of Ryan Giggs's wonder goal, who won our reader's vote.
Goodie bags will be winging their way to you both shortly. Thanks to everyone who entered.
Don't forget you can still get your hands on some FA Cup final tickets by entering Inside Sport's grassroots football photography competition.
Kensington Youth Club from Liverpool - Liverpool's Djimi Traore scores an own goal against Burnley in the third round of the Cup in 2005.
Jamie Bylett from Berkshire - The Aylesbury duck waddle against Kingstonian in the third round in 1995.
Charlie Harris from Kent - Ryan Giggs's extra-time wonder goal against Arsenal in the 1999 semi-final.
John Greenwood - Wayne Hatswell's own goal in Forest Green's 3-0 defeat by Morecambe in the 2000 FA Cup.
Jamie Bylett from Berkshire - Another version of Ryan Giggs's extra-time wonder goal against Arsenal in the 1999 semi-final.
Will Moore from Hampshire - Roy Essendoh's winner for Wycombe against Leicester in the quarter-final in 2001.
Christopher Atkins from London - Tottenham's Ricky Villa's mazy dribble in the 1981 final.
Fred Robson from Lincoln - Paul Rideout's winning goal for Everton against Manchester United in the 1995 FA Cup final.