Bradbury's Hawks Sign Off Historic Season With Treble

Havant & Waterlooville finished their fantastic season in the best possible way by completing a historic treble.

Havant had already secured the Hampshire Senior Cup and, of course, the National League South title.

Bradbury’s side had already celebrated their back-to-back promotions but put the cherry on the cake on Thursday night, beating AFC Portchester 3-0 in the Portsmouth Senior Cup final.

The Hawks will go into next season’s National League campaign with plenty of momentum and Bradbury was delighted to see his side sign off in perfect fashion.

The ex-Bournemouth boss told the Portsmouth News: “It was a fitting end to a fantastic season.

“You could see we hadn’t trained for a few weeks, but once we got into it in the second half we dominated. We scored some good goals and kept another clean sheet.

“Completing the treble is a great way to end the season. It is something the players can be very proud of.”

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