THE 2005-06 season ended in style on Sunday at the league's annual Duke of Westminster Cup finals day.
Held at Chester City's Saunders Honda Stadium, hundreds of youngsters from across Cheshire battled it out to claim the prizes on offer.
The Under 11s Cup went the way of Bretton Super Saints, who over-came Vicars Cross Dynamos 4-1 to make it a double, having already sewn up the league title.
There was a shock in the U12s though, as Waverton rocked league winners Boughton to lift the trophy.
Waverton U13s made it a club double when they beat Malpas to add the cup to their championship triumph.
Game of the day was the U14s showpiece, as Blacon Youth battled back from two goals behind at the break to beat Bretton Super Saints. Steely Blacon hit a second-half treble to run out 3-2 winners.
Upton edged Westminster Park 2-0 to take the U15s Cup, which added to their league victory.
But Upton 16s could not emulate their younger clubmates as they went down 2-0 to Blacon Youth in their final meeting. nIn the Minis Section, Westminster Park Tigers and Chester Nomads were the U9s winners.
The Tigers claimed the Cup by beating Boughton in a closest-to-the-pin competition after it ended 0-0 after extra-time. James Ingleby-Jones' got the winning hit.
The all-conquering Nomads also needed a closest-to-the-pin face-off to defeat Castrol Rangers. It had finished 1-1, with Cameron Black on target for the Chester side.
The U10s finals were decided in normal time, with Christleton Newscene beating Saughall Colts to bag the Cup, and Westminster Park Lions doing the business against Upton Pumas to win the Shield.
Christleton made up for last year's disappointment to pip the battling Colts 2-0.
It was just as tough for the Lions, who trailed to Rebecca Hirst's wonder-goal for the Pumas. But the favourites hit back to take the honours through Patrick Burke and Danny Williams. nChristleton Newscene's summer training sessions take place every Wednesday between
6.30-7.30pm at Newton Primary School. Players between five and nine years of age are invited to attend.
Double-winning Waverton U13s, who will become U14s next season, are considering running two teams in 2006-07.
If you are interested contact Mark Astbury on 01244 347545.