BEDFONT Green U9s ended a miserable run of losing finals by winning the Bedfont Eagles' seven-a-side tournament.
They then recovered from their heaviest defeat in three years to finish as runners-up in the Farncombe five-a-side competition.
Green (pictured above) topped their group in Saturday's tournament at Bedfont Eagles, progressing with two wins and three draws.
In a tough semi-final, Burnham took them all the way to penalties, but Green held their nerve to seal a place in their third consecutive tournament final.
They ended a series of final losses by beating West Drayton 1-0 to finally get their hands on a cup.
The team then travelled to Farncombe, where they suffered a shock 4-0 defeat in the first match.
A remarkable turnaround saw them win four games on the trot to qualify from their group in second place.
A 2-1 win over Guildford Saints in the semi-final set up a final against hosts Farncombe. A tired Green side battled well and took the game to extra-time with a late equaliser, but they eventually went down 3-1.
Bedfont Green U15s took two teams to Farncombe. Team 1 topped their group but were unlucky to go out at the quarter-final stage, losing on penalties to eventual winners Guildford City after a 2-2 draw.
The U11 Juniors and U10 Colts both made it through to the semi-finals at Camberley Boys' tournament, while the U10 Royals went down 1-0 in the plate semi-final.
The U9 Colts and U11 Royals were also in action, but, despite playing well, did not make it past the group stages.
The club is holding trials at Hanworth Airpark from 6pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout June. All age groups from U6-U16 are being sought.
CONCORDE Under-Nines (pictured) finished runners-up after their stirring fightback against AGV came up just short in their own tournament on Sunday.
The Heathrow Airport-based youngsters were trailing 3-0 with just seven minutes to go, when Gurinder Hargun gave a glimmer of hope, beating the AGV keeper at his near post.
Just a minute later, Concorde were dreaming of the impossible, when sharp-shooter Shaan Chopra dragged it back to 3-2 to set up a nail-biting finish.
And Chopra came within inches of completing the comeback and forcing a penalty shoot-out in the dying seconds when he weaved through the Ealing-based opponent's defence and sent in a cracking shot, only to see it cannon back off the post.
Earlier it looked as if the hosts would be blown away when they went 3-0 down in just seven minutes. Only the brave goalkeeping of Cameron Sanghera kept his team in with a chance.
Meanwhile, Isleworth Colts U11 kept their nerve in a penalty shoot-out to win their final.
A hat-trick from Harry Walker in a 3-1 win against Concorde A saw Colts to progess to the final, where it looked all over against Manor Youth B as they trailed five minutes from time.
But Walker levelled and almost won it in the last minute.
Colts kept their cool from the spot to win the shootout 4-2.
Goalkeeper Bradley Wiginton made an exceptional save before strikes from Bilal Hussain, Faiz Haddad, Ricky Anderson and Walker secured the trophy.