MELTHAM are the Arsenal of the Huddersfield amateur soccer scene.
Last season they won the Barlow Cup, the Huddersfield Challenge Cup and the league title - all in five days.
And all the triumphant players are home-grown talents that have passed through the ranks on the way to the first team.
They were the outsiders when they started the season because they had only just been promoted to the top flight.
But it soon became apparent they had built up a formidable squad.
The manager who guided Meltham to victory was Adrian Chapman.
He also played for the team and has been pulling on a Meltham shirt since he was a child.
"It was an incredible season," he said. "I think the reasons are clear. We trained hard and played hard.
"The lads were fully committed from the beginning.
"None of them even go out on a Friday night. They are really determined to do well."
The Barlow Cup Final was played at the Galpharm Stadium just 24 hours before the Huddersfield Challenge Cup.
Even though the team had to be tinkered with due to some injuries, the superfit Meltham lads won both games, beating Diggle 5-1 in the Barlow Cup and Golcar 1-0 the next night.
"I think the backlog of fixtures we had at the back end of the season proved the determination," said Adrian, who has now resigned as manager, but still plays for the second team.
"It was such an incredible five days. I will never forget it," he added.
Club secretary Neil Moorhouse said the treble was "incredible".
He added: "The youth policy is all-important and one of the reasons we have been so successful.
"We had a great season last time, but I don't think it is a one-off. We have started very well again this time."