Huddersfield Town Ladies Under 16s are celebrating at the double.
And both the Storthes Hall Park club’s academy and Under 14 sides (the latter are already cup winners), are also eyeing silverware.
The 16s completed another successful season by adding the Sheffield and Hallamshire Girls’ League Cup to their title triumph.
It’s their third double in four seasons.
They were 2-1 extra-time winners over Doncaster Belles in the final at Dronfield.
The sides were meeting in the final for the fourth year running and the two league clashes between them were very tight.
In a game of few chances, with both defences on top, Town won with a second-half strike by Tara Duce and Amy Broomhead’s winner deep into extra time.
Doncaster levelled with a deflected effort nine minutes from the end of normal time.
The goal by Broomhead, from Rose Priestley’s throw, came with just three minutes left.
It sealed the team’s 100th win in their 118th game over five seasons.
The academy side need a point from their final game, at home to Sheffield United Community Ladies on May 8, to clinch the Sheffield and Hallamshire Women’s League Third Division title.
That’s after a 4-0 home win over Socrates with goals by Raegen Cartledge, Courtney Kaye, Laura Neimantis and Duce.
The 14s lifted the Sheffield and Hallamshire Girls’ League Cup with a 2-0 win over Doncaster Belles at Dronfield.
And now they need just a point from Saturday’s final league game at home to Doncaster Belles to add the title.
This was a rare defeat for Doncaster, with Courtney Livsey heading Town in front.
Emily Brookes kept Town in it with a fine save before Macy Ellis made it 2-0 just before the break.
The final victory followed a 6-0 league success at home to Whiston Wildcats and a 3-1 win at Steel City Wanderers.
Harriet Waller and Alicia Marriott both scored twice and Livsey and Ellis were also on target against Whiston.
Livsey scored all three against Steel City.