BARDON Mill Bowes Lyons added the John Pickworh Cup to their Division One trophy.

They were comfortable 4-1 victors over Haltwhistle Railway in the final, defeating the team who threatened to ruin Mill’s 100 per cent league record on the final day of the season.

Haltwhistle had raced into a two-goal lead in the league game, but Mill saw it through and finished the season with 14 wins from 14 league games by triumphing 5-3.

In the cup final, Bardon Mill took the lead when Jamie Ellwood slotted past Liam Blair after running on to a Rob Hayes flick on.

The league’s leading scorer Dan Kirkup then, realistically, put the game out of Haltwhistle’s reach before the break as he sent home two trademark headers.

Railway threatened to make a game of it after the restart when Greg Irwin, who started the season in Mill colours, pulled a goal back.

However, the victory belonged to their west Northumberland rivals as a Haltwhistle defender put the ball into his own net from a cross from Neil McDonald.

Bardon Mill look to make it three trophies for the season when they face Hexham Phoenix in the President’s Cup final, again at Prudhoe Town’s Kimberly Park.

While Mill scooped the Division One title ahead of Phoenix, their opponents won the Division One KO Cup at their rivals’ expense to deny them the chance of the quadruple.

That tie was decided on penalties after the teams drew 1-1.

A penalty shoot-out was needed to decide the outcome of Tuesday’s Mick Simmons Trophy final. And it was Division Two side Crawcrook Social Club celebrating after causing a shock against Division One opponents Prudhoe Town.

After tying 2-2, Crawcrook lifted the cup with a 4-3 success on penalties. They had to come from behind as Ste Forster gifted Town the lead when he headed past goalkeeper Scott Richardson.

Jack Henderson reacted to a fumble from the goalkeeper to level the scores before half time, before Josh Banks’ header after the break put Crawcrook ahead.

Forster again netted to take the games to a shoot-out, which was decided by Ross Thompson’s successful spot kick for Social.