HELSBY have a league and cup double in their sights after winning promotion as West Cheshire League Division Two champions.
A 2-1 victory over Southport Trinity gave them 65 points with four games to play, meaning chasing Willaston, on 51 points, cannot catch them.
Tomorrow they will attempt to add the Runcorn FA Cup to their collection as they take on Runcorn Albion at the Pavilions.
Helsby have won 20 of their 26 games to date and remain unbeaten at home.
Southport gave their hosts a scare when they went ahead after 10 minutes through a Dave Whelan strike, but Helsby’s Darren Moore levelled.
Connor Taylor scored the decisive goal on the stroke of half time.
Willaston consoled themselves by lifting the Wirral Amateur Cup on Monday, beating Pensby 2-1.
On Saturday they had beaten Chester Nomads in the league, Chris Thompson scoring in a 1-0 win.
In Division One Blacon’s relegation was confirmed with a 3-1 home loss to Maghull, Tom Hayden scoring a consolation for the hosts.
Upton AA enjoyed a 2-1 win at Newton thanks to goals from James Bignall and Simon Andrews.
The victory means mathematically they are still in the title race.
St Werburgh’s lost 9-3 at home to Marshalls in Division Three, Joe Flynn, Adrian Callaghan and John Jones scoring for Saints.
Blacon YC Reserves remain rooted to the bottom after their 2-0 loss at Southport Trinity Reserves.
Christleton Reserves’ Stephen Finlay (2) and Danny Carter inflicted a 3-1 home defeat on promoted champions Pensby.
Tuesday’s Division Three action saw Capenhurst Villa Reserves beat Blacon YC Reserves 1-0, Christleton Reserves draw 3-3 with Manor Athletic and Upton AA Reserves narrowly lose 4-3 to visiting Ashville Reserves.