THE Mount Druitt Town Rangers soccer club needs to find more space in the trophy cabinet after securing back-to-back Football NSW youth league division one club championships.
More silverware could come the Rangers' way with five youth league teams in finals contention.
The under 13s, 14s, 15s and 16s teams play for grand final spots this weekend, while the under 18s face sudden-death.
The state league men's team is also a title contender and will play for a grand final berth this weekend against Gladesville-Ryde Magic.
The club will host the youth league division one elimination and grand finals on September 9 and 16 at Popondetta Park, regardless of their teams' results.
"To claim back-to-back youth league club championships is a fair achievement," Rangers football co-ordinator Scott Payer said.
"It goes to show how highly regarded the club and Popondetta Park are by Football NSW.
"This is a great opportunity for the community to get behind our local club as Rangers represent the region in the state and youth league competitions."
The state league division one Golden Boot award for the most goals by an individual in a season was won by two Rangers, Daniel Fogarty and Todd McCrae, who both scored 22 times.
Fogarty added to his tally with a goal in the Rangers' win on Saturday night.
"It takes a great effort for two players from the one club to win the Golden Boot," Payer said.
"Daniel was away for seven games, so who knows how many he would have scored had he been available."
The club prides itself on producing home-grown talent and has developed a skills pathway program for under-12 juniors.
It paid off after the club's under-12 division one team won their Blacktown District Soccer Football Association grand final 7-0 over the weekend.