Bryngwran Bulls collected their second trophy of the season as they beat Mynydd Tigers 2-1 to lift the Lucas Oil Dargie Cup last Friday.
Having already secured the Lucas Oil Cup, defeating Mynydd 3-0, the Bulls went into the Dargie final at Bangor City also keen to strike another psychological blow over the Tigers ahead of the league title decider between the sides on May 26.
And they did just that, celebrating a fifth win of the campaign over Mynydd in all competitions.
After a goalless first half, the Tigers edged ahead in the 49th minute, when a cross from the right evaded everyone in the box, enabling Wisdom Janes to find the net.
The equaliser came in the 67th minute when Iolo Jones swung over a free kick, which Hari Jones volleyed first-time into the bottom corner.
Extra time was needed, and, seven minutes from the end, Bryngwran broke, following a Mynydd corner, and a miraculous delivery from Gary Jones set up Nathan Lewis to put away the winner.
Bulls manager Richard Owen could not have been more happy with the outcome.
He said: “I’m over the moon to have beaten Mynydd for the fifth time this season. Especially to come back from a goal down the way we did shows how strong a squad we have, with our subs making a huge impact.
“Our target at the start of the season was to get one trophy, but to have already doubled that and be still in with a chance of another two is unreal.”
In the Anglesey League, Valley romped to a 9-4 victory at Bodorgan, Justin Williams (3), Konner Druce, Jordie Lees, Luke Miles, Marc Wilson, Nik Kontodious and Mark Hamblin the away scorers, Luke Allaway (3) and Osian Williams for the hosts.
Remaining Anglesey League matches
Saturday, May 19: Arriva v Caergybi, Pentraeth Reserves v Valley.
Saturday, May 26: Mynydd Tigers v Bryngwran Bulls.
Monday, May 28 – Benllech Car Boot Trophy Final (at Bangor City): Arriva v Caergybi.
Megan Cup Final (still to be arranged): Bryngwran Bulls v Arriva or Caergybi.