CHALFONT Wasps secured the first leg of a possible treble after beating Didcot Casuals in the Berks and Bucks Intermediate Cup final.

Second half goals from Bobby Hughes, Freddy Tripp and substitute Danny Gray wrapped up a 3-0 win at Newport Pagnell Town as Wasps won the trophy for the fourth time in six seasons.

And more silverware could end up at Crossleys come the end of the season, with Wasps fighting on two other fronts.

Manager Martin Kenealy said: “We’re still going for the league and we’re in the quarter final of the Wycombe Senior Cup, which we won last year.

“We’ve got six games in hand in the league at the moment so we’re playing Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

“If we win our games in hand we’re two points clear at the top. The next month will be crucial and it’s going to be hard playing three games a week as people have work commitments, but it’s so far, so good.”

Chalfont are eighth in the Hellenic First Division East but still have ten games left to play – two of which are against second-placed Newbury.

With two teams getting promoted those matches will be vital and Kenealy is looking forward to the run-in.

Wasps’ 24-year-old manager said: “It’s been an enjoyable season for me.

“I thought we were the better side against Didcot and deserved the win. It’s good to win the first one.

“We went back to the clubhouse after the game and had a party there, then the lads went out to a nightclub in Beaconsfield and had a good night.”