DANIEL Fogg was the surprise hero as Old Malton St Mary’s completed a 2018/19 treble by lifting the York Minster Engineering League Senior Cup.

Man-of-the-match Fogg bagged a brace in the 3-1 win over first division runners-up Easingwold Town despite only netting once all season for the premier league champions - during a 10-0 triumph in the York FA Senior Cup over Osbaldwick back in November.

St Mary’s also won that competition earlier this month by beating league runners-up Church Fenton 3-1 when Damon Cox, Marcus Godsell and Jack Simpson were on the scoresheet.

Leading marksman Simpson plundered his 29th goal of the season as the treble was secured at New Earswick, with substitute Thomas Kennedy grabbing the consolation for newly-promoted Easingwold.

St Mary’s Reserves could not add further silverware to the cabinet, however, as they were comprehensively defeated 6-1 by their Dringhouses counterparts in the League Reserve Cup.

Cameron Hall and Danny Penrose both bagged braces for Dringhouses, who were completing a league and cup double, having finished runaway champions of the Reserve B division, plundering 101 goals and winning 19 of their 20 games to end the season a sizeable 13 points clear of distant runners-up Tockwith.

The other marksmen in the mauling of Old Malton were Jordan Outerbridge and top-scorer Joseph Rawcliffe, who grabbed his 23rd goal of the season.

Division two champions Malt Shovel, meanwhile, got the better of runners-up Stamford Bridge again in a 4-1 Junior Cup final victory at Huntington Sports & Social Club.

Luke Pearse bagged a brace and Deacon Brace was also on target as both players racked up 25 goals for the campaign.

The all-conquering Selby side’s other goalscorer was Yves Kombe.

Declan Richardson provided the consolation for a Bridge outfit that trailed their opponents by five points at the conclusion of the league campaign.