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Our third ever Trophy Final now awaited us and we had been treated to two superb Finals before. The first ever Trophy Final in history took place in Berlin 2012 and was a dramatic affair as Hertha Beerlin versus FC Cobaltslautern went all the way to penalties. In Valencia 2012, Sporting Abeergut held off a late rally from FC Dad to win it 3-2. Would we have another thrilling finale today?

The Trophy Final began as a cagey affair and the first half passed without goals and everything was still in the balance at 0-0. Joe Latimer's third goal in as many games put Contejus Hurricanes in the lead and the pressure was really on Cava Sundays. The pressure was cranked up when Freddie Milne made it 2-0. It looked as if Contejus Hurricanes had one hand on the Trophy.

Then, the late drama ensued. Freddie Milne saw red for an “incorrect slide” (lost in translation a little bit) which meant it was backs to the wall stuff for Contejus Hurricanes. They would play the last few minutes a man down. Cava Sundays brought their keeper up in a “sweeper keeper” role and it was 5 on 3 in the outfield positions.

With a minute or so to goal Dan Hutchinson reduced arrears with his fifth goal of the tournament. It was all hands to the pump and Contejus Hurricanes could not get out their own half resorting to hitting it long whenever they had possession knowing it would come straight back. They had just enough in the tank to thwart Cava Sundays and and claim the 2-1 victory.

Our commiserations go to Cava Sundays who gave it a real go and went on to collect Runners Up medals. We look forward to seeing them return to action in the future and maybe the medals they pick up will be of the winning variety.

For today though, we present you the 2014 Budapest Fives Trophy Winners who add this trophy to the 2012 Algarve Open Plate in their collection – many congratulations to Contejus Hurricanes.

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