Havant are celebrating a cup quadruple.
The Barncroft Way club’s first team delivered the perfect pick-me-up following National League relegation as they carried off the county crown.
The second string matched the feat, while there was also glory for the under-16 and under-14 boys squads in Bournemouth on Bank Holiday Monday.
Havant’s under-16 girls outfit also made the final but injury and illness hindered their charge as they found rivals Trojans too strong.
Regardless, it was a memorable day for the club – as they were the dominant force at the season-ending celebration.
Havant’s first team faced fierce rivals Fareham in the Hampshire Cup final.
The Henry Cort outfit were the favourites – having safeguarded their conference west status as the expense of Havant earlier this season.
But Merijn van Willigen’s side turned the tables to snatch a 2-1 victory.
Havant started well but slipped behind when a penalty corner ricocheted home off the stick of Craig Duffy.
They hit back quickly, though, when a flicked shot from Jonathan Pickett zipped into the corner to level the scores.
Havant were grateful to keeper Ben Cowling for ensuring it was all square at half-time before the rivals contested a tense second period.
James Lester eventually won it for Havant when he capped a dazzling run by rifling a powerful shot past Fareham keeper George Harris.
The club’s second string won a remarkable shootout with Haslemere – 15-14 on flicks.
Van Willigen gave his side the lead in normal time, only for Haslemere to force penalties with a second-half equaliser.
Havant finally edged the epic sudden-death battle, completing a league and cup double for Ady Adams’ team.
The club’s under-16s beat hosts Bournemouth 3-2 in their final.
Jadon Buckeridge scored twice, only to see each effort cancelled out.
Tom Minall sealed the crown, though, as he collected a pass from Milo Wrenn and lifted the ball over the advancing keeper.
The under-14 boys also claimed derby glory – beating Fareham 6-0.
But Havant came up narrowly short in their bid for a fifth title when the under-16 girls went down 2-0 to Trojans.
Robbed of key players through injury and illness, they put up a brave fight but the Southampton side just proved too strong.