The Brown brothers were heroes as Park College lifted the Sussex Schools Cup to complete the county double for the first time.

Goalkeeper Matt saved a penalty, then Dan scored the first goal as the Eastbourne college beat Worthing 2-0 at Shoreham.

Steve Graham netted the second for Park, who also lifted the county league title, to seal victory.

Dan, 18, said: "It's brilliant that we've created college history. My younger brother did well. It was a really good one-handed save for the penalty and I was pleased with my goal which was a volley.

"A similar thing happened in the semi-final against Chichester. I scored two minutes from time to give us a 4-3 lead and then Matt saved a penalty in the final minute. It's a bit of a double act!"

Dan, who plays with his brother for Hailsham in the County League, added: "The side's secret has been team spirit. We're best mates as well as being team-mates.

"Our manager (Mark Wardle) has really motivated us all."

Park had to bounce back after being knocked out following a run to the national quarter-finals.

Wardle said: "The experience at the nationals brought the team together. They were well organised, everyone knew their role. They developed a winning habit.

"Our run in the nationals was a real boost and we were the last non-academy school to be knocked out. It was difficult after that run was over but it was just a question of getting their focus back. It doesn't sound too bad when you say we are the best football school in Sussex."

Ben Legate laid on Graham's goal ten minutes from time. Team-mate Tim Chandler had an effort cleared from the line five minutes earlier.

Dan Brown, with Sean Brownell, Dan Williams, Richard Brown, Legate and Chandler, are leaving college this year.

Dave Williams said: "It was a nice way to say goodbye."

He added: "I'm pleased Matt Brown has done so well in the Cup. He broke his hand and missed playing for Sussex with his brother this season."

Brighton, Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College also had a goalkeeping hero in Craig Salvage. as they defeated Felpham Community College in the Second X1 Cup and Second X1 League Cup finals; winning 2-1 and 5-3 respectively at Shoreham.

BHASVIC trailed 1-0 in the first match to a Daniel Hollands goal when Salvage converted a penalty before Elliott Raggio fired the winner. They came back twice to force extra time at 2-2 in the second game, Aaron Knee hitting a hat-trick and Raggio and James Bentley also scoring. Hollands, Luke Murray and Scott Tipper were on target for Felpham.

Salvage,who has trained with Crystal Palace and Portsmouth, impressed again.

He said: "Those two finals were the best I've ever played. Being captain helped me raise my game. I had agreed with the manager at the start of the season that I would take the penalties. But the one we got in the first final was our first one. I told him I was confident I would score."

Manager Darren Teague added: "I agreed to him taking the penalties until he missed one. He has been an inspirational figure for us throughout the season.

"I'm proud of all of them. Although we were in Second X1 competitions, the team was the college's fourth side. The firsts played in an Academy League. The seconds took the place of the firsts in county events and we beat the thirds in the semi-finals of the Second X1 Cup. My side don't know when they are beaten. They lost their opening game of the season 8-0 but have fought back so well."

The double victory completed a treble for Teague's team as they had lifted the Sussex Schools Second X1 League title.

Dorothy Stringer (Brighton) won two Cups.

The under-13s defeated Uckfield Community College 3-1 with Sammy Cobbs (penalty), Jamie Brotherton and Jerahl Hughes on target at Shoreham.

Stringer under-15s pipped Hazelwick 3-2 at Eastbourne with Ryan McMillan (2) and Joe Brooker scoring before their Crawley opponents launched a second-half comeback.

The school's two sides had also won Brighton and Hove District League and Cups.

Coach Andy Marchant said: "It is the first time the school has won all three at two age groups in the same year. It was the second county cup win for both sides in successive years."

Ben Towner, son of former Albion player Tony, hit a goal double to help Falmer beat Blatchington Mill (Hove) 4-2 in the under-14s final.

Tommy Cooper and Yusuf Abdul-Rahman completed the scoring.Manager Bill Wyeth said: "I think It is the first county cup the school have ever won."

It was third time lucky for Felpham at under-16s. After their under-19s had suffered against BHASVIC, the younger age group overcame Beacon Community College 2-1 with goals by Danny Towers, the first a volley and the second a penalty. Beacon's consolation came from Tom Nowell.

Felpham manager Bryn Hauxwell said: "It's a first for us. The college haven't lifted a county cup at any age group before. This team is a good one. They reached the last 64 of the national competition this season and two years ago."

William Parker (Hastings) and Warden Park (Cuckfield) shared the under-12s Cup when they drew 0-0 after extra time at Eastbourne.

Parker manager Richard Winton said: "It was fair enough to share it. It was a game of few chances and a lot of effort on both sides. It completes a good season for us."

Parker had won the Hastings and District Cup with a 4-0 win over Bexhill, triumphed in the East Sussex tournament, made the last 32 of the national sports colleges event and got through to the national Wagon Wheels five-side semi-finals.

Park College under-19s: Matt Brown, Justin Leatham, Matt Jones, Scott Bryant, Sean Brownell , Steve Graham, Dan Williams, Richard Brown, Ben Legate, Tim Chandler, Dan Brown, Simon Fuller, Sam Weller, Dan Dalmonego.

BASVIC under-19s: Craig Salvage, Gary Sallis, James Edmonds, Bwlal Shaban , Matt Smith, James Bentley, Sean Lipscombe, Baz Allen, Elliott Raggio, Aaron Knee, Matt Simpson, Mohammed Ali Nasser, Paul Hartley, Lee Korman, Naim, Ed Burton, Will Arbenz.

Felpham under-16s: Warren Pie, Mark Livermore, Ashley Hunter, Stuart Haselgrove, Chris Dye, Matt Slade, Ben Fayaz, Jordan Willis, Danny Towers, Daniel Hollands (capt), Sean Williamson, Tom Haffenden, Phil Turner, Danny Cronin, Andrew Ringer, Simm Kennedy.

Stringer under-15s: Satpal Dhol, Sam Rose, Richard Aldridge, Nick Beale, Ryan McMillan, Kieran Mercer, Joe Brooker, Aaron Gunn, Paul Sargeant, Ben Harding, Ben Bowra, Chris Finch, Charlie Head, Alex Keaney, Mark Cave, Ryan Roberts, John Parton, Nick Thouless, Scott Ellisden, Abdullah Kibriya, Shane Redley, Nick Pritchard (capt), Josh Lyons, Scott Davis, Jamal Sultan, Stuart Breagan.

Falmer under-14s: Sam Imrie, Michael Dawes, Ashley Ormond, Jack Oxley, Same Vincent-James, Tommy Cooper, Ben Towner (capt), Lee O'Sullivan, Jake Kinsey, Danny Hanmer, Yusuf Abdul-Rahman, Ross Smith, Mark Golding, Richard Camb.

Stringer under-13s: Sam Harding, Jack Pook, Dan Harnden, Lee Pontin, Chris McAuley, Sam Tucknott, Sam Gargon, Sonny Cobbs, Sam Bates, Jamie Brotherton, Jerahl Hughes, Tom Conlon, Stephen Marshall.

Parker under-12s: Paul Nessling, Tom Carey, Jack Graham, Jamie Andrews, Brett Patton, Josh Apps, Matt McLean, Milton Miltadou, Jack Franklin, Reece Johnson, Liam Miles, Ollie Cox, George Bond, Scott Thomson.

Warden Park under-12s: Joseph Hoare, Andrew Daly, Tim Joyce, Max Coleman (capt), Tom Carrington-Smith, Oliver Hoar, Adam Hollingdale, Nathan Cooper,