SILCHESTER Village made it a double winning season as they won the North Hants May Cup after a penalty shoot-out victory over Broughton.

It has been a great campaign for Silchester Village, incidentally in their 100th having been formed in 1919.

They entered the Basingstoke League two years later and this season finished runners-up in the Division One on goal difference and won the Basingstoke A Cup final with a 2-0 win over Hook.

Broughton had much the better of the first half kicking down the slope and took the lead after 13 minutes through Ben Morris and in the 24th minute they went two goals up when Jack Langdown put a chance away after a poor clearance.

Looking the more confident side after the break, Peter White had a shot blocked on the line for the Villagers before they pulled a goal back in the 65th minute.

It was Jason Graham with the good ball in the box and Kye Theodore with the finish.

Remaining on top, the equaliser came in the 80th minute when Karl Russell finished off a low cross from the left and then with six minutes left a great chance to sew things up came when a penalty was awarded.

Peter White was entrusted with the spot kick, but a good save by goalkeeper Liam Poore kept it at 2-2.

There was more drama to come when Alex Sams put Broughton in front again, but three minutes into added time Adam Bassimeh beat goal keeper Poore and so the game went straight into penalties.

Jason Graham, Gary Hibbs and Stephen Burgess all converted for Silchester, but for Broughton, two were lofted over the bar and goalkeeper Lee Holt saved the only one on target from Chris Robinson.