WESTBURY Sports Club Reserves finished off a marathon league campaign on Saturday safe in the knowledge that they already had the double in the bag.

Their final-day showdown at second-placed Leigh Athletic Reserves was merely a formality, with Ryan Standring's men claiming the Manchester League Division Three title with two games still to play.

They sealed the championship in emphatic style, beating Pennington Reserves 6-0, adding a second trophy after also winning the Bridgewater Cup.

Ross McDonough headed an equaliser to force a 1-1 draw in the final against Bolton County Reserves, and Westbury held their nerve to win the penalty shootout 5-4.

Standring said: "What a fantastic set of players. We started the season with a brand new team and while I always knew we had the talent it was just a question of whether they could play together.

"But the team gelled really quickly and I've never been involved in a dressing room quite like it.

"Our results and stats speak for themselves, we have the best defensive record in the division, scored more than 100 goals and finished with a goal difference of +75."