LANGLEY Galaxy Sunday boss Scott Bright has hailed the club’s cup treble-winning season as a “massive achievement”.

Galaxy have been the outstanding team this year, their first in the Thames Valley Sunday League, winning the Ken Gomm and Berks & Bucks Junior Cups.

They added the Tony Blay Memorial Trophy after a 1-0 win against Windsor Athletic thanks to a late Gary Ashton strike at Holloways Park.

And they could make it a quadruple with the Division One title.

“A lot of people have said they can’t remember a side to win all three cups, let alone in their first season, so it’s a massive achievement,” Bright beamed to the Observer.

“We had low expectations at the start of the season but, as the year went on, we would have been gutted not to have won anything.

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PHOTO: Langley Galaxy Sunday players celebrate after the 1-0 win against Windsor Athletic.

“I enjoyed the county cup win the most because of what the challenge presents and what it means to win. It was a tough route into the final and the match itself had everything; big tackles, late goals and a lot of passion.

“It has been a fantastic year and the players are loving it, they’re buzzing at the moment. Other teams will want to beat us now but we’re keen to keep that same attitude and desire.”

Commenting on the race for the league title, Bright said: “Only Datchet Village Reserves can catch us now so I think it will be a formality and, because of the form we have been in all season, we should be the favourites.

“It would be absolutely brilliant to win the title because the league is based on consistency whereas cup finals are a one-off game where anything can happen.

“We really want to win it.”

On their Memorial Trophy win, Bright added: “You could tell everyone was tired. The three finals were so close to each other but luckily for us they came out in the right order.

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PHOTO: Langley Galaxy Sunday manager Scott Bright celebrates with the Tony Blay Memorial Trophy.

"We changed things around to see what other players could do but knew that Windsor Athletic are a hard team to beat. We had to keep patient to find a way through and we did so in the 83rd minute.

"The heavy legs definitely played a part but give Windsor a bit of respect. It was a cup final after all and they were up for it.

"We knew it going going to be a hard game and we would have to be at our best to win, but they didn't really cause us too many problems.

"We had more of the ball in this final and knocked it around well, but Windsor are a good young organised side and we had to battle at times as well."

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