IT’S been a week to remember for two founding fathers of the Kenna, and one to forget for another.
The gap turns Saturday’s final game of the season into a procession for the ‘Pies boss, who should lift his maiden piece of silverware in 12 seasons.
Meanwhile the chairman, no stranger to glory although someone less charitable may say it’s been a while, won his third knockout cup in 12 seasons.
Cowley Casuals midfielders Kevin De Bruyne (18 points) and Son Heung-Min (20) put in creditable performances but it wasn’t enough to win the Narcozep Cup final.
The chairman’s team Adam Johnson Fan Club were inspired to the win by Sergio Aguero (26) and Victor Wanyama (18).
Success for two managers who helped to found the Kenna League in August 2005 will surely bring particular consternation for one man.
The Walthamstow Reds manager is now the only person to compete in every season of the Kenna without winning a trophy.
Elsewhere in the league, debutants So Good They Named Him Twice will likely have to settle for the coveted Wenger Trophy.
Burqini Pool Party should finish just above in third, unless So Good They Named Him Twice defender Marcus Alonso overturns the Kenna League Fake Sheikh’s 12-point lead on Saturday.
Neither team have anyone left to play, so Scum’s safety could be under threat from some penalty shootout heroics from Judean Peoples’ Front goalkeeper Petr Cech.
Kenna table week 37
Full scores available from The Rub.
Narcozep Cup Final result
Adam Johnson Fan Club 62 – Cowley Casuals 48