Hemel Hempstead Rovers picked up another trophy as they defeated The Engineer Harpenden 2-0 in the West Herts Senior Cup final.

Charlie Rance and Marcus Tower scored the decisive goals for Rovers to ensure they won both West Herts League cups for the fourth time in 20 years.

Only 10 minutes were on the clock when Rance opened the scoring, delicately chipping over the keeper from 12 yards to give Rovers the lead.

Engineer worked hard to get back into the game but found Callum Woods in the Rovers goal in unbeatable form, and their inability to take their chances came back to bite them when Tower received the ball 25-yards out and drove low into the net after bursting past the defender.

Full-back Dan Perry collected the Man of the Match award and Rovers finish the season as runners-up in the league and having secured two pieces of silverware.

Champions Glenn Sports finished their West Herts Premier Division season with a 7-3 win over Kings Sports.

Glenn went two goals to the good early on before Kings pulled one back, but another two goals for the hosts put them firmly in the driving seat.

However, the visitors edged back before half-time, scoring two to make it 4-3 but spurning the chance to level the game at the break when they missed a penalty.

Kings gave a good account of themselves in the second half, but defensive mistakes led to a further three goals for the home side.

Jack Bishop struck a hat-trick for Glenn, Frankie Henley scored a brace and there were single goals for Jack Pratchett and Beau Quigley, while Tristian Dicker, Krasi Makaveev and Steve Rance replied for Kings.

Elsewhere, Croxley Community drew 2-2 in their final game, meaning they finish in third, one place higher than county champions Tring.

Tring Town AFC lost the chance to become Division 1 champions after their surprising loss 3-2 loss at Hunton Bridge, meaning Potten End took the title instead. Tom Lawrence, Josh Persuad and Daniel Moss were on the scoresheet for Bridge.

Harpenden Rovers Reserves sealed a fourth-placed finish after a 7-1 win against Oxhey ‘A’, with Ryan Carroll getting Oxhey’s reply, and Croxley Community Reserves scored four without reply against Global AFC to finish the season in fifth