LEA Edge is celebrating winning his first trophy as manager of Malpas.
Edge, who took the reins last year, guided his side to a 2-0 victory over Prees in the final of the Commander Etheleston Cup last Wednesday.
Malpas took a fill-strength squad to neutral Whitchurch for the game.
They opened the scoring when good work down the right between Danny Lloyd and Richard Hamner saw a cross find centre-forward Andy Morris, who slotted home from close range.
Malpas were given a penalty on 20 minutes but Lloyd missed from the spot, meaning it was 1-0 at the break.
In the second half, Malpas took a firm grip on the game. Eddy Barlow and Joe Lunt ran the midfield, giving Alex Hales the ball to run at the Prees back line.
Lloyd made amends for his penalty miss by scoring the second goal.
Edge said: “It does not get much bigger at this level than the Etheleston Cup. The supporters at Malpas have had little to shout about over the last six to seven years so it’s great to give them something back.”
Malpas were in Cheshire Amateur Cup action on Saturday, beating Rudheath 1-0.
Striker Luke Woollam struck a fine winner on 75 minutes.
Edge added: “It’s been a great week for the club.”
In Division Two of the Cheshire League, Tarporley Victoria lost 3-2 at home to Maine Road Reserves.