(Sheriff YC win 4-2 on penalties)
Sheriff came from behind to claim a cup victory from the spot for the second time in a matter of days.
However, unlike Tuesday’s semi final win over Hardwicke this victory over Rivervalley Rangers saw them bank more silverware.
Sheriff added the Liddy Cup to the FAI Junior and Nivea Cup to the list of trophies they have one this season after peno king Lee Murphy produced under the spotlight once again, the keeper saving twice from 12 yards as Sheriff retained the cup.
Fellow Premier A side Rivervalley Rangers got off to the perfect start and were a goal to the good after just two minutes.
Paul Currivan won a penalty within five minutes and Gavin Whelan tucked it away.
Sheriff went on to control most of the half possession wise but we Rivervalley did look a threat on the break.
The reigning champions did pull level around the 30 minute mark as John Lester tucked home the games second penalty.
The game followed a similar pattern in the second half, but Rivervalley did miss the better chances.
Extra time then came and went without a goal, allowing Muprhy to claim hero status with two peno saves.
Sheriff will now how to make it four trophies out of a possible five when they go all out to secure the League title over the next few days.