Musselburgh Windsor U14s are celebrating a league and cup double after claiming the Kenny McLean Cup on Tuesday night.

Windsor triumphed 3-2 over Hutchison Vale at Gyle Recreation despite falling behind twice in the game.

The county side got off to a poor start falling behind with only 30 seconds on the clock as Hutchy came out firing.

They would battle back to 1-1 before conceding again just before the break, going into half-time a goal down at 2-1.

A spirited Windsor side emerged in the second half, levelling the scores before scoring a goal described by coach David Steel as “one of the best you’ll ever see in youth football” to claim an incredible 3-2 comeback victory.

Steel was delighted for the lads for ending the season on a high after such a tough start to the campaign.

He said: “It was absolutely brilliant, I’m delighted for the boys!

“Last season we won the treble and then this season has been a bit tough because when you do that you always get the pro youth clubs come calling, and we lost three of our best players at the start of the season and our captain halfway through the season.

“We lost our first game of the season 4-0 and it was tough on the boys, but they’ve come back from that and managed to get a double which is all credit to them – it was quite remarkable after how tough this season has been.

“Tuesday was just a great night!”

Windsor hadn’t played a competitive fixture since May 22 when they won the league, which Steel said may have contributed to their slow start, but he was overcome with their resilience to fight back and take home the cup.

He said: “This group of lads are unbelievable, they never let us down, they never let themselves down and they just keep going.”

Musselburgh Windsor U14 squad: Jack Dewar, Rylee Chetwynd, Ben Liddle, Jack Carroll, Max Black, Sam Riva, Lewis Chisholm, Kerr Steel, Denim Walker, Lewis Walker, Zac Stewart, Adam Buckley, Fergus Dempsey Black, Thomas Douglas, Harry Olsson, Flyn Cormack