Amble U15s’ season has kicked off where the last one finished – with victories.
As U14s, the team went through the entire term losing just one league match.
That was against Morpeth, which meant they had to beat Whickham in their last game to win the league. A 1-2 victory gave them the Pin Point League, Division Four trophy.
This season, they are unbeaten after three matches and won again on Saturday, hammering Kingston Park 4-0.
That follows a 2-2 draw at home to Ryton and Crawcrook Albion Blues in the opening game and a 3-4 success at Grainger Park.
They were laden with trophies after an amazing 2013/14 season. Apart from the league title, they lifted three other trophies – the Pin Point Challenge Plate, the Prudhoe Plate and the Scarborough Fair Play Cup.
Manager Gary Chamber told the Gazette: “This was a fantastic achievement for kids in grassroots football. Their great form extended into the summer and they won their last cup just a couple of weeks ago.
“They’re a great bunch of lads and I’m really proud of their achievements.”