WINSFORD Diamonds under 15s girls' football team got the result they needed in the final game of their season in order to be crowned champions.

A 3-1 home success against Upton JFC (Chester) at Knights Grange Playing Fields ensured the Winsford girls finished two points clear of Appleton AFC Panthers in the Mid Cheshire Under 15s Challenger League.

Their success was achieved with seven wins and two draws from their 10 outings, with their only defeat coming at the hands of the second-placed finishers in November.

They are no strangers to silverware.

In their first season together, at under 12s level, they bagged the Kindertons Cup.

The following campaign they completed a double, securing the Cheshire Girls League title and Kindertons Super Cup.

And then at the under 14s age group they were victorious in the Flamingo Land Tournament in North Yoorkshire.

"At the end of last season we lost two very important players as they were signed by Crewe Alexandra but we managed to bring in three new players who have all been fantastic and gelled with the team perfectly," said manager Jay Gorst.

"The girls have worked so hard in every game this season and they are deserved winners of the division.

"We were the leading goal scorers in the division and we have scored some crackers this season.

"We are currently playing friendlies but look forward to next season as I know there is still more to come from this amazing group of girls."

Annie Gaskill-Jones and Ruby Hughes finished on the same amount of league goals and shared the team's golden boot award.

Squad: Brooke Gorst, Charlotte Slack, Tia Randle, Frankie Joy, Katie Pollitt (captain), Grace Briggs, Ruby Hughes, Eboni Quarcoo, Annie Gaskill-Jones, Jessica Jamieson, Alexia Cross, Daisy Eaton, Megan Buckley (vice captain), Phoebe Rendell.