YOUNG footballers from Musselburgh Windsor are celebrating winning two cups in the space of just 24 hours this week.

The U19s side retained the Cruden Bowl on Monday evening.

Then the following evening the club’s U13s won the Peter O’Neil Cup.

The U19 side clinched back-to-back bowl wins with a 3-1 victory over Leith Athletic in the final.

Leith started the brighter of the two sides with some early possession but it was Windsor who struck first through Liam Gregory with a placed shot from the edge of the box after excellent play from Cammy Leslie to set up the midfielder.

Leith struck back just before half-time as the momentum shifted again back in the Capital side’s favour, and the score was level at the break.

Windsor came out flying at the start of the second half, the introduction of Jack Morgan off the bench helping inject pace into the game.

With an hour gone, Windsor re-took the lead through full-back Lewis Mckay, who fired a shot into the corner of the net past the helpless Leith goalkeeper.

The Honest Toun sealed victory with a late strike from Matt Brady, sparking great celebrations among the players and supporters.

Meanwhile on Tuesday, the U13s saw off Lasswade Thistle by the odd goal in five to take the crown.

Windsor took the lead early on but were pegged back just before the break.

A goal early in the second half saw the Musselburgh side take the lead for a second time, before Lasswade equalised once more.

However, with 10 minutes to go, Windsor struck the decisive blow to claim the trophy.