HELSTON Athletic's youth teams have continued the club's winning ways after emerging victorious in two cup finals. 

In what has been described as the Blue's best season ever, Helston's Under 13 Dynamos beat St Cleer & Liskeard to win the U13 Youth Cup, with the Under 14 Hornets also beating opponents Newquay Mints.

The two finals took place on a sunny Sunday and, for the Dynamos, would prove to be a particularly even contest.

Helston versus St Cleer & Liskeard proved to be a tightly contested affair and were it not for Helston's latching on to a set piece that found its way into the box, may well have gone on to extra time or penalties. 

However, after having managed to poke their noses in front with a one-goal lead, Helston's defence stood firm and made it to the final whistle without conceding an equaliser, bagging themselves the title of champions in the process.

Falmouth Packet: Helston Dynamos after their win against St Cleer and LiskeardHelston Dynamos after their win against St Cleer and Liskeard (Image: Helston AFC)

The win meant that Helston’s Dynamos have now completed a treble, having won their league as well as both the County Cup and the League Cup.

Next up were the U14 Hornets who faced off against Newquay Mints in the club's second final of the day.

After a disappointing opening period of play, the Hornets looked in trouble as they found themselves on the wrong side of a 3-1 scoreline.

However, not willing to give up their chances of becoming champions, the Hornets dug in and, with the help of a player-of-the-match performance from Liam Tanser, managed to overturn the deficit and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat by beating Newquay Mints 5-3 and deservedly lifted the cup. 

Club chairman Paul Hendy told The Packet: “It’s two very good wins, having played their two games back-to-back down at Hayle.

“It’s been a very, very good run and we’re extremely pleased with what everyone’s achieved. They’ve done exceedingly well."

Falmouth Packet: The Helston Hornets came back to beat Newquay Mints 5-3The Helston Hornets came back to beat Newquay Mints 5-3 (Image: Helston AFC)

The youth teams weren't the only Helston offering to bring back silverware over the past week as Helston's Walking Football team also emerged Troon Annual Tournament Winners. 

The Blues first team won the Cornwall Senior Cup this year along with the Les Phillips Cup in a clash against Shepton Mallet 2-0, completing a historic double. 

Not to be outdone, Helston's Women's team also completed a historic double winning the Cornwall Womens Football League Division One Championship and the Cornwall Womens Football League Cup. 

Paul continued: “It’s certainly the best season that I can remember. The Club’s been around for 127 years, and I can’t image there was ever a better season. From what I know, it’s been the best season since I’ve been here by a very long way and we’re extremely pleased with everything.

“We’re grateful for all the coaches, supporters, advertisers, and sponsors we’ve had to help make it so. It’s a team effort and I think we’ve done exceedingly well this year.”