Littletown added the Under 18 RCD League Cup to their Division One title with a 3-1 victory over their nearest rivals Uppermill.
Uppermill won the last meeting between them 2-1 three weeks ago but they were unable to repeat the feat in the final.
Littletown, who played under the Hartshead banner up until last season, started well and almost opened the scoring when a shot from the edge of the area took a wicked deflection over the keeper’s head – but the ball went inches wide.
A left-wing cross had Brandon Hemingway leaping to place a firm header towards the bottom corner but keeper Sam Wilson was equal to the challenge with a terrific diving save to turn the ball away.
With both sides giving little away, scoring chances were few and far between and the first half ended 0-0.
Kieron Senior finally grabbed the game’s opening goal on the hour mark with a well-struck shot from the edge of the area to give Littletown a vital lead.
Uppermill found another gear to force Littletown into defence but, despite the efforts of Lewis Barlow and Elliot Connor, they were unable to break through Littletown’s solid defence.
The pressure on Littletown was eased considerably when George White struck a shot from 15 yards into the bottom corner to double the Spen Valley side’s advantage (2-0).
Uppermill once again stepped up the pressure but, despite hitting the bar and a couple of near misses, the ball refused to go in the net.
With 10 minutes remaining, a perfectly struck, long-range shot from Hemingway virtually sealed the result in Littletown’s favour at 3-0.
Uppermill continued to chase the game, however, and a well-worked move gave Lewis Nicholls chance to place the ball in the bottom corner of the Littletown net from eight yards out.
It was too little, too late for Uppermill, though, who had to settle for the runners-up medals.
With just two defeats all season, Littletown end their time in the RCD League with a well-deserved League and Cup double.