Scarborough Ladies have two more international trophies to add to the cabinet, after the under-13 and under-15 teams finished as runners-up in the ESF International Youth Festival of Football in Paris over the weekend.
The football - played at the Stade Corraza in Meaux, just north of Disneyland Paris - was spread over the Thursday to Saturday, with the two sides facing opposition from France, Ireland and other UK teams.
With eight teams in each group the top four would battle out for the International Cup, while the lower four would enter a Shield competition, with every side playing nine matches.
Both sides faired well in the group stages, with the under-15s finishing third with just one defeat in seven games, and the under-13s losing just twice to finish fourth.
Both therefore went into the International Cup knock-out round.
The semi-finals were played on Saturday morning, and the teams both faced French sides.
The under-13s beat unbeaten group stage winners FC Bussy 1-0 to advance to the final match.
And the under-15s beat local side CS Meaux 3-1 to reach their final.
In the final they both faced tough opposition.
The under-13s lost out 2-0 to Foyle Belles of Derry (Ireland), who had finished second and unbeaten in the group stage.
And the under-15s also faced tough opposition in the shape of the A team from Thorpe St Andrew School of Norfolk, who have previously competed in the World Youth Cup in Sweden.
The Boro girls went down 7-0 but had done enough to earn the finalist’s trophy and medals.
The success in Paris builds on last year’s tournament entries, when the under-13s and under-14s of the 2014-15 season finished runners-up and winners of the shield competition respectively.
Won 2-1 vs Villeparisis
Lost 2-5 vs Bourne Grammar School
Drew 0-0 vs FC Bussy
Lost 1-0 vs Foyle Belles Drew 0-0 vs CS Meaux
Drew 0-0 v US Vaires
Won 1-0 v Couilly Montry
SF - Won 1-0 v FC Bussy
Final - Lost 2-0 v Foyle Belles.
Drew 1-1 v Thorpe St Andrew School ‘B’
Won 2-0 v Calder High School
Lost 1-0 v Thorpe St Andrew School ‘A’
Drew 0-0 v Bourne Grammar School
Drew 0-0 v CS Meaux
Drew 0-0 v Couilly Montry
Won 1-0 v Villeparisis
SF - Won 3-1 v CS Meaux
Final - Lost 7-0 v Thorpe St Andrew School A.