LANGLEY Galaxy Sunday have won the Ken Gomm Cup this season after a 2-0 victory against Windsor York Club at Holloways Park on.

The cup win was the first in a remarkable five-day treble for Langley as they went on to lift the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup on Sunday and the Tony Blay Memorial Trophy on Tuesday.

Galaxy knew they had to play well to beat Windsor and goals from Gary Ashton and Gary O’Connor got them over the line.

Langley manager Scott Bright told the Observer: “We knew Windsor are a great side because they got to the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup semi-finals.

“We knew we had to be organised and that we would not have it all our own way because they’re a terrific side that knock the ball around well.

“But, no matter who we go up against we take them as the best side around. To reach the final we beat two other Premier Division teams so it doesn’t phase us who we play. We always turn up and think we’re playing the best.”

He continued: “We started with a penalty early on. That settled us down and we had chances to put the game to bed in the first half.

“Johnny Walters was quality for Windsor. He won them a penalty, but our keeper is well-known for making penalty saves and he did so again.

“The second goal killed them off in the end.”