Leyton Orient Ladies completed the treble on Sunday and added another trophy to their cabinet when they defeated Crawley Wasps 3-1 in the London & South East Regional Women’s Football League Cup Final.

The League Cup was added to their League title and the Mayor Cup they won earlier in the season.

Orient’s goals came from Jasmine Campbell, top goal scorer for the season Sophie Le March and Hayley Barton.

The match took place at the Gallagher Stadium and once again the O’s were backed by a strong fan showing.

Orient skipper Danielle Griffiths said: “Winning the League Cup Final and the third trophy of the season is a fantastic achievement.

“Our focus was always on winning the league championship and obtaining promotion to the Women’s Premier League, which we are thrilled to have achieved a few weeks ago.

“But winning the League Cup and the Mayor’s Cup have been very nice bonuses!

“I am extremely proud of what we have managed to achieve this season, the performances the girls have put in and the way we have come together as a team.

“It really has been an enjoyable environment in which to play football.”

Le Marchland and Ella May both took to twitter to celebrate their side’s success in what has been a memorable season for the players and their fans.

“What a season, topped off with winning the League Cup final today! We did it Orient WFC! Now it’s time for some well-deserved rest,” said May.

Le Marchland was also quick to praise the ladies: “Blood, sweat, tears, we;re going to leave everything out there on the pitch today to try and make this happen! #COYOs.”

The team also boast a better goal difference this season than Chelsea, Barcelona and Monaco having played half the number of games than these top sides.

And Griffiths also wanted to thank one person in particular as she added: “We owe a massive thanks to Chris Brayford, our manager, who has led and coached us to these victories and, without him, we would not have come as far as we have. I truly believe that as a team we have the ability to compete in the Women’s Premier League and we are all looking forward to the challenges that await next season!”

Last week Brayford praised how his team have finished the season off in style.