A Worksop school has saluted the achievements of their golden generation of footballers.
Prospect Hill have dominated the Bassetlaw Schools Football Association competitions for the past two seasons.
And the current campaign ended without them losing a single game.
The primary schoolboys lifted the Division One trophy, the Parry Cup, the Guardian Shield, for winning the Champion of Champions tournament, and a seven-a-side championship, in a stellar season.
Coach Chris Hind, who took over the running of the team at Christmas from Mark Nunn, said the boys have been a credit to the school.
“They’ve had a magnificent season,” he said.
“Winning the Division One title without losing a game would be something in itself, but adding the Parry Cup for a third year running, winning the Champion of Champions for the second year running and winning the seven-a-sides is just fantastic.”
It’s the second season in a row that has seen Prospect Hill win at least three trophies.
Hind said: “The majority of the players have won back-to-back trebles.
“The team is a mix of Years 5 and 6, but the nucleus of the team was players who won the treble last season.
“There is quality throughout the team.”
But it’s not just their obvious talent with the ball that has impressed their manager.
“The respect they’ve shown to their opposition, referees, adults they’ve come into contact with, the team work they’ve shown – it’s been a pleasure to work with them.
“They’re all great representatives of the school, a real credit to us.
“I have immense pride at how well they’ve done, and so does the rest of the school.”
In one of the competitions they entered, Prospect didn’t concede a goal and scored over 40, showing just how dominant they have been.
And while there is an element of fortune in that Prospect Hill find themselves with a wealth of footballing talent all emerging at the same time, Hind says consistency has played a big part in their success.
“A lot of the boys have played together since a young age,” he said.
“But lots of the boys this year haven’t played with any of their team-mates before.
“Every individual has made a position their own,.”
In the Parry Cup final, Prospect Hill beat St John’s with goals from Kian Smith (2), Sonny Irons and Zak Berridge.
A 5-0 victory over Worksop Priory, with Irons, Smith, Jasper Dennison and Berridge scoring, handed them the Champion of Champions title.