SUNDAY league hot-shots Dolphin continued their remarkable success this season when they claimed the Len Mahoney Cup at the Bob Lucas Stadium, with a 3-0 victory over Famous Old Spa.
Dolphin took the lead on 40 minutes when a neat one-two between Danny Andrews and Sean Stewart saw the latter, on his home ground having signed for the Terras next season, find the net.
Liam Taylor then delivered a corner on to the head of Rob Maxted, who headed home after coming on as a substitute in the second half.
Striker Andrews, who did miss a penalty late on, unselfishly teed up Maxted to add his second, Dolphin’s third, and wrap up their side’s third piece of silverware this season.
Dolphin have overcome every obstacle in their path this term. Having won all 13 of their league games, they went on to beat Abbey in the final of the Dorset Sunday Challenge Cup at the County Ground.
And, with the Len Mahoney Cup now also secured, manager Josh Cowan could not be more proud of his charges.
“That’s the treble complete with the league, the county cup and the Len Mahoney Cup,” he told Echosport.
“We set out this year for the county cup but we have managed to win the other two things on the way as well.”
On Sunday’s display, he added: “It was a very good performance from everyone that took part. It was a good game all round for us.”
Dolphin will now enter the annual six-a-side tournament on Sunday, May 28 at Redlands, with Cowan expecting to enter three teams for the event.
n In the final of the Les Hallett Cup, Market House came back from 2-0 down to eventually triumph 3-2 in their clash against The Gloucester.