KEWFORD Eagles' girls teams are celebrating impressive seasons.

The under 12 Kewford Girls West side won the Merit Shield last Saturday to secure a silverware treble for the second season running.

They had already won the Stourbridge League and the League Cup.

Manager Rich Shelley said: “The girls have won this thanks to their commitment and never give up attitude, they are a fantastic group of kids who work really hard and love playing the beautiful game.”

Kewford Girls had even more success as the under 10’s won the double in the Mercian League in their first competitive season.

The club is going from strength to strength and are moving into their £1 million pound home ground, which was formally opened by Sir Trevor Brooking, in September.

Lynn Boleyn, charity trustee, said: “This new facility in Kingswinford, 12 years in the planning, will provide a fantastic sporting facility for generations of children to come and we are extremely grateful to have received financial support from the Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund for making our dreams a reality. Our volunteers give up many hours every week to help manage and coach the teams and provide good, healthy exercise for the children where they make friends to last a lifetime.”