A Garston football club have completed a historic treble after winning the county cup.
St Joseph’s FC won the Hertfordshire Senior Sunday Cup on May 21, having previously claimed the Challenge Cup and the President’s Cup.
The county title was secured with a 4-2 win against Borehamwood Rovers at The County Ground, Letchworth.
This means they are now back-to-back county champions, having won the title in 2022, and cements St Joseph’s place as the most successful team ever in the competition.
The season was close to being even more historic, as they were just one point away from claiming a quadruple.
They missed out on the Watford Sunday Premier League by a single point, having drawn with eventual champions North Watford on the final day of the season.
Speaking to Garston News, St Joseph’s manager Dean Seabrook was full of pride for his team.
He said: “It’s been a fantastic season and with it being my first year in management, I didn’t expect it to challenge for everything.
“I’m lucky that we have such an incredible bunch of lads; they never let you down. I’m proud of all of them for what they’ve contributed.
“It takes a lot of effort and support from others to run a football team. I have found that out this season and my assistant manager, Liam, helps out massively.
“I also have to praise the previous manager of the team, Scott Patmore, as he did a lot for this club, having kept them going for the past six years.
“The players have continued that success and we have a fantastic team.
“Next season, I’d like us to win the league as it’s been 13 years since we last won it.”
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