Manager Leo Stevenson had stepped down after just a year in charge at Hanworth Villa.

Having led the Villains to a top eight finish in the Combined Counties Premier, Stevenson bowed out in style, winning two cups in the space of four days last week.

His side lifted both the Southern Combination Cup and Premier Division Challenge Cup, beating Spelthorne Sports in both finals.

Stevenson cited both work and family commitments as his reasons for leaving, and the club have asked for any applicants to express their interest by this weekend.

Veteran: Stevenson in action for Hanworth Villa Vets
            

The players are currently on holiday on Portugal, but before they flew out, there was the small matter of the end of season awards night.

Anthony Oaks was voted players' player of the year, with Jimmy Major managers' player and Adam Baigent supporters' player.

Andrew Juett landed the golden boot, while the chairman's award was shared by young prospects Jamie Miles, Josh Hughes and Cobi Jones.