ALL-conquering Celtic FC were not the only team celebrating treble success on Saturday.

Carrick Rugby Club had sealed a hat-trick of prizes the previous weekend when they won the BT West One League title.

And at Carrick Academy at the weekend, not only did they hammer Annan 72-14, but also secured points tally in the country of 105 - one ahead of National One sides Edinburgh Accies and Jed-Forest.

They amazingly won 21 out of 22 games and also landed the BT Shield, for the third year running and the BT West Regional Shield.

Jubilant forward Calum Smith, in his fifth year in the 1st XI, was delighted with the success and said: "It was great to win the league but we wanted to celebrate success in style with a good win and we totally dominated the match, there were guys in the team I have been playing with since I was at Carrick Academy and we have a great team spirit."

Added Smith, who won top award at Saturday's Player of the Year night: "We also had the points total on our mind and it was great to finish ahead of Edinburgh Accies and Jedforest."

Head coach Gordon Brown, who is now stepping down following a glittering spell added: "It was a great way to celebrate winning the league and to finally clinch it after being runners-up for a couple of seasons. The boys have worked so hard and deserve their success."