STOURBRIDGE'S youth team is celebrating another impressive campaign.

The youngsters just missed out on the treble when losing to Evesham United in the League Cup final on Monday night but still had much to cheer as they secured the youth team's 15th trophy in the last 10 seasons.

Kieran Bustin's side clinched the MFYL Premier Division South title before going on to retain the Worcestershire County Youth Cup thanks to last week's 1 - 0 win over Kidderminster Harriers.

In a close and keenly contested final at Walshes Meadow, the home of Stourport Swifts, the only goal of the game came after 63 minutes when Jake Evans powered home a header from a pinpoint left-wing cross from Tom Edmonds-Hill.

A few of the youngsters are now set to train with the Glassboys' first team during pre-season.

Secretary Keith Grainger said: "It's been a very good season. It's a very tough league but we managed to clinch it in the last match at Rugby, which was a great way to win it.

"Five of the young lads have represented the first team this season. It's the first time so may have been involved and we're thrilled to bits for the lads.

"For me, the crux of this season has been the defence and goalkeeper. They have conceded just 32 goals in 35 games with the goalkeeper keeping 19 clean sheets.

"We have to rebuild every year but we have eight or nine that going forwards to next season."