UPTON GIRLS under-12s have enjoyed a season to remember culminating with success in the Rhys Jones Memorial Trophy competition.
The club, which was founded in 1994, finished a fine campaign in the Wallasey Junior League in the runners-up position.
They then won the Knockout Cup defeating Manor 2-0 in the final.
In the Rhys Jones Tournament, Upton won their way through to the final where they met St Anne’s. A goal from Shannon Navarro looked to have won the trophy only for their opponents to net a late equaliser.
This led to a penalty shoot-out in which Upton emerged triumphant 2-1.
Delighted team manager, Steve Johnson, said: “This win rounded off a phenomenal year for the girls.
“Well done to all the players who have put Upton Girls firmly on the Merseyside map; their skill and behaviour throughout the day was exemplary, they are a credit to the club, themselves and their parents.”