HARRIERS women ended their West Midlands Regional League season with a 6-2 win at Rugby Town.

The Reds had already secured the runners-up spot in the division, while also capturing the County and League Cup double during a memorable campaign.

They wanted to end on a win, though, and did so in style by comfortably seeing off Rugby.

Molly Maguire and Amie Savva had put Harriers in front before the break, before turning up the heat in the second period.

The Reds had numerous chances to extend their lead before they eventually did – Roberts sliding the ball through to Amber Lawrence who made no mistake in making it 3-0.

Harriers’ hopes of a 15th clean sheet of the season were dashed when Rugby pulled a goal back, making 3-1 after a corner had struck the post, with the re-bound being tidied away.

James Astle’s girls went 4-1 up through Beth Dutton’s header, before another corner saw the hosts pull a goal back and make it 4-2.

That would be the extent of their comeback, however – Harriers ensured that they got their rewards for generally controlling much of the game with two further goals; Amy Plimmer netting from a well-taken free-kick, before Sophie Richards ended the rout, the 149th goal of the team’s season.

Meanwhile, Harriers U23 side sealed a superb first season in competitive league action with victory in the Total Motion Midland Football League U21s play off final.

Harriers qualified for the final following the completion of their season in the U21s West competition of the Midland Football League, which resulted in a first placed finish.

The opponents were Bedworth United, who finished top of the U21s East competition, with the match taking place at Lye Meadow, Alvechurch, on May 11.

Harriers bagged a narrow 1-0 success thanks to Ethan Freemantle first half penalty.

Bedworth's chances of victory were hit as they were reduced to nine men in the second half.

Following the game, U23s coach Scott Mason said: “I’m absolutely buzzing for the lads – they’ve won the U21s West league and they’ve given it everything.

“Since the league season finished I’ve been telling them to finish the season on a high – there is no point winning our league if we don’t go on and win this play off final.

“Every single player, even the ones who weren’t involved today, have played a part this season.

“The lads are only getting better and the pathway from the Academy, up to the U23s and through to the first team -it’s there, and I’m proud of every single one of them."