Colney Heath ladies completed the second part of a possible treble with a convincing victory in the final of the Chris Renshaw Cup.

The Magpies had already landed the Beds & Herts Premier Division crown and have a game with Stevenage Res in the final of the Herts Women's Trophy to come on May 26.

This league cup success was thoroughly deserved too as they cruised to a 5-0 success at Hillgrounds, the home of Kempston Rovers.

All the early pressure was from the Heath, although St Margs did have a free-kick headed over at the back post by Paige Pryor and Lauren Croucher-Wakefield saving a Chloe Ahmet effort.

Those were rare forays though and Colney got the breakthrough when Amy Phillips flew past her marker on the left and crossed to the near post for Cally Salter.

Her first attempt was saved but from a narrow angle, and after some great control, she squeezed the ball home.

Holly shot just wide of the near post but there were to be no more goals in the first period.

The second half, however, was a different story and began with a bang, Salter repaying the compliment by sending a ball over for Phillips to finish.

Salter then hit the post following a good pass from the captain Anna Simou but it was three not long after, Lacey Kavanagh-Blake getting the assist this time down the left, Phillips drilling in her second.

Sheree Oliver almost scored a super solo effort to make it four but that honour went to Mia Simmonds, a fine shot finding the far corner.

And the victory was wrapped up with two minutes to go, Olivia Corbett smashing it home after a neat pass from Laura Gifford.

There were two win for other Colney Heath teams too.

The Reserves won 2-0 at home to Cuffley Seniors in the Herts Senior County League Premier Division, both of the goals coming in the second half from Freddie Quinn and Harley Fonti.

The U18'S were away to Crawley Green in the Southern Counties Floodlit Youth League Nemean Division and they won 7-2 after being 3-1 up at the break.

Ethan Oba, Jack Johnson, George Small, Francis Tortora, Freddie Quinn, Geovani Johnson and an own goal completed their scorers.

It was a case of so close for St Albans Primary Schools.

The Blues came within a whisler of winning the Geoff Richards Memorial Cup in Woking, played well to beat Chiltern & South Bucks 2-0, Bexley 1-0 and Newbury 2-0.

A 1-0 loss to Gloucester meant they narrowly missed out on first place.

Arthur Ellis (two), Henry Pidgeon, Angelo Da Silva and Rory Newton got their goals.

The Yellows came second as well in the Cotswold League Cup, held in Bath.

They beat both Bath and Slough 2-0, and Newbury 3-0, but a 2-0 loss to Gloucester again proved their undoing.

Their goals were scored by Rasmus Duncan (three), Eden Kosh (two), Sam Hodgkinson and Buddy Beeby.