THE final Rhyl & District Sunday League fixtures have been played out as The Alex claimed their first piece of silverware and Mally completed a quadruple.

Llandudno-based Alex FC, who joined the league last summer, bounced back from their 4-0 defeat to Mally in the Lee Jones Memorial Cup final to beat Royal Oak on penalties and claim the Matty Perez Memorial Cup as their own.

A closely-fought encounter in the ninety minutes and Extra Time, particularly in the midfield, saw both teams unable to break the deadlock. Portuguese goalkeeper Pedro Martins proved to be the hero in the shoot-out as he saved two penalties.

Having already won the league title, the Lee Jones Memorial Cup and the NWCFA Sunday Challenge Cup this season, Mally made it a quadruple on Sunday as they won the Premier Cup by humbling The Sun 6-1.

The dominant side, who also achieved a quadruple in 2013/14 and 2014/15, found themselves 1-0 down early on when a Josh Grant penalty gave The Sun an unlikely lead.

That lasted just minutes though as Jamie Morehouse equalised soon after for Mally before Lee Ellis, Kevin Colville and an own goal made it 4-1 at half time.

Two more goals in the second 45 from Ryan Williams and Ricky Jones handed Mally their fourth trophy of the season.

League representatives say they would like to thank all the teams who competed in the division this year, as well as Rhyl FC for allowing them to use their pitch for Cup finals and Sovereign Trophies of Rhyl who produced the prizes.