Our Under 17 side wrapped up a magnificent season on Friday evening by beating Ayr United to lift the Under 17 League Cup.
The 2-0 win at Somerset Park completed a trophy 'double' for Gordon McLeod's side, who won the Under 17 Youth Division championship earlier in the season.
Danny Mullen and Scott Wilson scored the vital goals on the night - the latter a superb free kick - to replicate last year's win in the same competition.
With two pieces of silverware to show for his side's efforts this season, Gordon McLeod is understandably full of praise for his squad.
He said: "I couldn't have asked for any more from my squad this season; they've been absolutely fantastic and I've got nothing but praise for them.
"They've shown great commitment at training on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the season and have played some great football when it has come to the games on a Sunday.
"We've only lost once all season and it's been a great team effort. The lads deserve all the success they've had."
As is the reality of coaching in youth football, 'Poodle' will now see the bulk of his squad broken up with most too old to feature at Under 17 level again next season.
Several players have been earmarked to join the club on a full time professional basis and form the core of our next Under 19 squad, whilst others will be moving onto pastures new.
He added: "Two or three are old enough to play another season at 17s, and there will be five or six players going full time and that's really good news.
"Some others will be released and that's the tough part of the game, but it's great for the club to get a good number through because that's a big part of what we are all trying to achieve at Livi.
"And those lads will know that if they keeping working hard they'll get a chance at first team level.
"The likes of Jack Downie and Jack Beaumont were in my team last year and they've been given a chance by Yogi recently, so that's the carrot for them."