Pendle Forest Under 9s Cobras completed a league and cup double, finishing the season unbeaten in 20 league games, in addition to winning the league cup.
The boys are based at the Old Laund Booth Club and have been training and playing friendly games together for four years now.
This has been their first competitive season and they have scored 121 goals, conceding just 18.
They train every week with their stable mates the Pythons and have a number of coaches helping them along the way.
Team Manager Andy Webb said: “The boys have had a long, hard season and have put lots of work in. So many congratulations on a wonderful achievement.”
Last week they beat Colne Juniors 5-1 to see out the season in style.
Jasper Ashworth scored a clinical brace, with great finishes from Finn Buck, Joe Webb and Alfie Percival.
Thomas Holden collected the man of the match award.
Euxton 0, Pendle Forest Girls U14s 15
Sunday morning saw a trip to Euxton for the girls of Forest.
With four goals from Hannah Scott, three from Courtney Barker and Amy Clarke, two from Ami Phelan and Freya Veevers and one from Rachel Hartley, the girls came away with an impressive 15-0 win.
Keeper, Little had a stint up front, as did Abbie Sharples, but neither could convert their chances.
Neve Barnes was her usual rock in defence and player of the match Cleo Snaith commanded the game from centre midfield.
Daneshouse AC 3, Pendle Forest U9s Pythons 2
The Pythons were narrowly beaten in a very close Warburtons League game against Daneshouse.
Goalsscorers were Luke Stowe and Lewis Whitlow.
Joe Lees was man of the match for an outstanding display in Defence
Danehouse Inter 1, Pendle Forest U9s Cobras 3
First half goals from Ethan Connor and man of the match Finn Buck ensured Forest maintained the lead from the start, with Alfie Percival scoring late in the second period to record another away win for the Under 9s in the Warburtons League.
Pendle Forest U9s Cobras 6, Daneshouse Inter 1
FOUR goals from man of the match Jasper Ashworth, together with a well taken strike by Finn Buck and penalty conversion from Ethan Connor, secured a third consecutive Warburtons League win for the Cobras.
Alfie Percival, Kyle Worrall, Isaac Routh, Thomas Entwistle and Leon Hebel shone, with Harrison Howarth dependable in goal.
Bacup Blue 0, Pendle Forest U9s Pythons 4
THE Pythons won again with a 4-0 victory over Bacup Blue.
Man of the match Luke Stowe scored a hat trick with Joe Lees scoring his first of the season
• COLNE Under15s Blue maintained their status as the league’s form team over the last two months with a 3-0 win at Holt House in a competitive end of season derby game.
Harry Dale scored from distance with a fine shot to put the Blues in front, before they were reduced to 10 players after a sending off.
James Wilkinson finished clinically to put the Blues 2-0 up at half-time.
In the second half Henry Frankland made the game secure from the penalty spot after being brought down to give Colne eight away wins on the trot to cap an excellent run.
Man of the match Sam Day put in an impressive all-action performance.