PERSHORE Town's memorable season was capped off in style on Saturday as their 1-0 Smedley Crooke Memorial Cup Final win completed an incredible cup treble.

Jordan Jones rose highest after half-an-hour to nod home the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win over Malvern Town at Redditch United's Trico Stadium.

Having already won the Worcestershire Senior Cup and Hellenic League Supplementary Cup, Pershore added a third trophy to their rapidly growing cabinet.

Manager Danny Janes admitted three cup wins was not something he ever thought about when he and his team joined the club last November.

"I will be honest, not at all," he said.

"We always said we wanted to come in and finish the season strongly but we always took every cup seriously.

"It's very rare teams win one let alone three trophies and it's a nice way to finish off the season."

Despite wining the game, Janes admitted his side were not at their best but believes the season they have endured helped them over the line.

"I thought we were poor to be honest," he added.

"We were lucky to come in at the break 1-0 up and I felt we wasted 45 minutes, we didn’t do much and I thought Malvern were the better team.

"But we just don’t feel the pressure anymore in finals.

"We were underdogs in each of them and having had two before today (Saturday) it was just another game for us really.

"The players were so relaxed. We knew no one had kept a clean sheet against Malvern this season and we spoke at half-time about being the first team to do it and what a way to do it.

"We have had a lot of games but every game has meant so much.

"So the players are mentally drained more than anything but the whole squad have been fantastic."