Worksop borough 8
Kilton Rovers 0
Worksop Borough ended a remarkable season by adding the Benevolent Cup to the Division One title and Challenge Cup, for an historic treble.
In what was possibly the biggest cup final victory in the league’s history, Borough outclassed a Kilton Rovers side who gave their all despite losing 8-0.
The deadlock was broken after 10 minutes when long throw expert Conor Smith saw his throw headed home by Jack Stephenson.
The same combination nearly paid off five minutes later with Stephenson volleying wide from another throw.
Scott Hartley blazed over on 20 minutes but two minutes later Danny Wood picked the ball up 40 yards from goal, the Kilton defence backed off and Wood fired home from distance.
The Borough dominance continued and a long ball was flicked on by Matthew Booth and Lee Edmondson beat defender Heath for pace and lobbed the advancing keeper Parry.
Boro keeper Valentie was tested for the first time on the half hour, while Parry saved superbly at the other end from a Booth header.
But when Booth finished from 15 yards just before the break the tie was all but over.
The second half was no different, Hawkins producing a fantastic goal line clearance on 50 minutes, before Parry saved again, this time from Hartley.
Booth added the fifth from close range after an Edmondson cross, with Wood getting the sixth and his second of the game after Parry saved Booth’s initial effort.
Skipper Craig Spink added the seventh from the spot, while Booth completed a brace and the scoring with an eighth from close range.
Kilton had Shane Smith red carded towards the end.
Jonathan Bownes was presented with the Alan Thackery Man of the Match award by Lee Thackery, while keeper Ian Parry was excellent for Kilton.
Credit must go to Borough management team Lee Howard and Peter Pettinger for their efforts, and to skipper Spink for his loyalty to one team over the years and his contributions to Sunday League football as a player.