Leicester City under-14s triumphed in the inaugural Cheltenham Orange Veins Cup on the Easter weekend at the Cheltenham Town training ground.
The two day tournament concluded on Sunday with the finals and the youngsters from Leicester came out on top, defeating West Ham United 3-2 in the final.
It was a special two days of football which also featured academy sides from the Robins, as talented under-14s players from as far as Estonia and Northern Ireland came together to compete in the competition which was hosted by the Academy and run in association with Orange Veins.
All teams competed in finals on the second day in relation to how their group positions had finished after day one with the final standings confirmed at this:
1. Leicester City
2. West Ham United
3. Cheltenham Town 2
5. Northern Ireland (Irish FA)
6. Cheltenham Town
7. Nottingham Forest
8. FC Flora
You can check out a full guide to the end of tournament results, standings and goal scorers online.
There's a gallery of photos from day 2 of the tournament, captured by Wayne Tuckwell, available to view at the top of the page.