Amersham CC U13s are celebrating a triple success after landing the league title, league cup and county cup this summer.

In doing so, the youngsters remained unbeaten throughout almost the entire season, losing only once in the league but tasting only success in the cups.

Their excellent campaign was rounded off by victory over Great Brickhill in the county cup final last weekend, landing the trophy for the second time in three age group years.

Batting first, Amersham reached 171-1 off 20 overs, with the top four batsman – Ryan Treadwell, Joe Weston, Archie Palmer and Luke Brown – all retiring on reaching 30 runs.

The bowlers then did a fantastic job in restricting Great Brickhill to 78-9 off their 20 overs, with wickets for Palmer, Weston, Treadwell, Henry Ferneyhough and Ollie Ensor.

Treadwell's wicket , in fact, came with his first ball, and was enough for him to become the leading wicket taker for the season.

He is not the only Treadwell to have shone with the ball this season, however, as younger brother Tommy, aged eight, became the club's youngest ever player to claim a hat-trick.

His feat came while playing for the U10s side, who remained undefeated throughout the entire season, but had to make do with second place in the league.

The U9s and U12s were more fortunate, however. They both also went through the whole season unbeaten, but in their cases, it was enough to win their respective leagues.

With their U19s also winning the ECB Bucks T20 competition, it has been one of the most successful seasons ever in junior cricket at Amersham, and bodes well for the future.