IT HAS been a triple success for the recently formed Blackburn, Darwen, Hyndburn and District Youth and Junior Football League.
The League, formed in the summer, has more than 200 teams from over 60 clubs and around 3000 boys are registered from Under eights to Under 18s.
And the trophies are rolling in after three teams all enjoyed success in the Inter League finals at their age group.
The Under 14s, managed by Terry Lamb, had a bye in the first round but came through a tough second round to beat the Bury and Radcliffe Junior League 3-2.
In the semi-final, they faced the Leigh and District League and celebrated an emphatic 7-1 victory.
The final, at the County Ground in Leyland, against Blackpool and District League ended in a close 2-2 draw after extra time.
It went to penalties and keeper Alex Lamb saved the first two before the Under 14s ran out 4-3 winners.
The Under 16s, captained by Brannon Coadey, also celebrated picking up the coveted silverware.
They too had a bye in the first round, then, in the second round, they saw off Blackpool and District League at home with a 1-0 win.
In the semi-final, they made the trip to the Craven Minor League in Southport and, in a high-scoring game, were 5-3 victors.
In the final, they faced the Barrow and District League - who had beaten them two years ago at Under 14 level.
But this time, the local league - managed by John McGregor - got the better of them with a 3-1 win.
It was a close game, with the BDH League winning 2-1 until the last kick of the game, when Ben Sutcliffe scored with a penalty.
It was a good victory considering team-mate Anthony Lynch broke his shin bone during the final and needed surgery.
Goalkeeper Ben McGinty was excellent throughout the competition while forwards Sutcliffe and Jordan Grubb scored regularly throughout the competition.
At Under 18 level, BDH saw off Bolton Boys Federation in the first round of their cup with a 1-0 victory.
In the semi-final, they faced the South Lancashire Counties Football League and ran out 4-1 winners. It was a game of two halves with BDH losing 1-0 at half-time before coming back with four goals after the interval.
In the final, Mark Cross's side came up against St Helens Combination League in a hard-fought game.
They were winning 4-2 with five minutes to go but were all upset when team-mate Nathan Cross broke his leg.
St Helens fought back and equalised with the last kick of the game.
However, the local League held firm in extra-time to run out 6-4 winners and lift the cup.