QUINTON Athletic stormed to an emphatic 19-1 victory over Broughsons on the final day of the season, but it still did not prove enough as Longbridge Social lifted the Division 2 title.
Longbridge, who went into the final weekend knowing that they had already achieved promotion to Division 1, won the title by just two points – securing silverware after a 3-0 win away at Cofton Old Boys.
Quinton’s ten-match winning streak towards the end of the season, ending with the final day demolition in Cofton Hackett, ensured that they pushed the eventual champions all the way – but will take solace from ending the season so clinically.
A seven-goal showing by Matthew Carter was added to by six strikes from Callum Burston-Keeley, braces for Anton Gardner-Bennett and Jason Quinn, and goals from Jordan Walters and Matthew Perry.
Elsewhere, Meadow Park won a 6-3 thriller against Studley Swan – courtesy of a hat-trick from James Bullock and goals from Kemal Nadjat, James Hewitt and Will Symonds.
In the Bromsgrove Charity Minor Cup final, it was CBH Fasteners who lifted the trophy, thanks to strikes from Tom Wheatcroft and Ben Thomas, earning a 2-1 victory over Harriers Trust at Redditch United’s Trico Stadium.