Dominant FC Bridge lifted the Middlesex County Junior Cup last week to remain on course for a stunning quadruple.
Bazza Walsh's talented side were dominant throughout in the final a 4-1 win over BAA as captain Murray Williamson lifted Bridge’s second piece of silverware in as many years.
"This is special. Last year was amazing but the lads have really stepped it up this season. They deserve this," said jubilant manager Walsh.
In a first half where BAA rarely got out of their half, Bridge showed pace, power and guile to lead 3-0 at the interval.
Man of the Match James Cancea opened the scoring after 15 minutes.
His bursting run through midfield and through ball to Brad Hand saw the striker then square the ball across the box for Cancea to slot home.
Just two minutes later, Bridge were 2-0 up. The impressive Chris Brady floated in a perfectly weighted cross that was glanced home in style by Tommy Edwards.
A surging run into the BAA box saw Jack Bigwood tripped to earn a penalty. Hand stepped up to hammer home into the top right hand corner.
A slow start to the second half saw BAA get a lifeline. Sloppy play saw the ball fall into the box and the BAA front man had an open goal to aim at to make it 3-1.
But Bridge picked up the pace once more and later in the half skipper Williamson completed the scoring.
Edwards was involved again and his cross found Williamson who took a touch before netting.
Bridge now face consecutive semi-finals in the Division One League cup and President's Cup.