STRATHDALE created club history by capturing its first men's division one league and cup trophy double on Sunday.
The Bendigo Amateur Soccer League champions defeated Spring Gully 3-0 in the Knockout Cup final on their home pitch, Beischer Park.
"I'm very proud of the boys," coach Stuart Gough said. "Really it was about creating history and doing something really special for our club.
"The boys worked hard all season and to their credit it paid-off."
The Blues were favourites leading into the match and hit the front after just four minutes.
Sean Boxshall rose in the box and placed a header past the Reds' goalkeeper.
The Blues squandered chances to extend their lead before half-time and Spring Gully worked its way into the contest.
But the Reds were flattened by an own goal five minutes after the re-start.
Boxshall then applied the finishing touch from the penalty spot after Longano Medallist Shaun Allen was brought down inside the area after 72 minutes.
Strathdale had earlier celebrated division two, three and youth victories.
The division two match was an extra-time thriller, with the Blues triumphing 2-1 over Spring Gully.
Declan Burnett scored the winner after team-mate Travis Luff's strike was cancelled-out by the Reds' Scott Christmas.
Strathdale defeated Eaglehawk 2-0 in division three and thumped the Hawks 6-1 in the youth, with Daniel Maierhofler and Marcus Ryan netting twice.