ST Nicholas' Primary School got into the winning habit as they celebrated lifting their first football trophy in nine years.
The Church school overcame current holders Baxenden Primary School in the annual Hyndburn Primary School Girls Football Festival.
The ten strong team of girls from Years Five and Six played against 16 teams from across the borough and won all of their games 1-0 at Wilsons Playing Fields.
The girls played six-a-side, 10 minute games against Great Harwood, Woodnook, Mount Pleasant, Moor End and Peel Park Schools before Georgia Mottershead scored the winner against in the final.
Year Three teacher, Simon Cherry, said: "The girls are absolutely ecstatic. I've been coaching teams for many years so it's amazing that we've finally won a tournament, everyone is very proud.
"We have a star player, Carrie Ingham, who plays at an exceptional level but our success is really down to a team effort because every player in the squad played in every game."
More than 100 girls took part in the festival which started with group stages, consisting of three leagues.
The three teams which finished at the bottom of their group entered the Consolation Cup, a new trophy for 2006. Mount Pleasant, St Pauls and Sacred Heart each played against each other with Mount Pleasant, last years runners-up, winning both of their games to secure the trophy.
The remaining eight schools then entered into a knock-out system. Following the semi-final stage, the third/fourth place play-off was contested between St Mary's and Peel Park, with Peel Park winning 2-0 to secure third place.
All the games were officiated by six newly qualified referees who had attended a course at Hyndburn Sports Centre. Each referee awarded schools a 'Fair Play' mark at the end of each game and the school with the highest average score, St Marys from Oswaldtwistle, won the 'Fair Play' trophy.