90 years ago today - on May 17, 1930 - Linfield defeated Belfast Celtic 2-0 in the Charity Cup Final at Solitude.
Both goals were scored by the legendary goal machine Joe Bambrick.
The Linfield line up was : Black, Brown, Frame, McCleery, Jones, Sloan, Hewitt, McCracken, Bambrick, Grice and Kilpatrick.
In the first round Bambrick scored 4 goals in a 6-2 home win over Brantwood on May 5.
The semi final was played only 4 days before the final - Bambrick netting a hat trick in a 3-2 win against Distillery at Celtic Park on May 13.
It was a season for Bambrick to score in winning cup finals for Linfield.
On March 29, 1930 ‘Head heel or toe, slip it to Joe‘ scored all 4 goals in Linfield’s 4-3 Irish Cup triumph against Ballymena at Celtic Park.
On April 9 1930, Bambrick scored a hat trick as Linfield defeated Glentoran 3-1 in the County Antrim Shield final at Solitude.
In addition to Irish Cup, County Antrim Shield and Charity Cup successes, Linfield were also Irish League champions in the 1929/30 season.
And of course, it was a season in which the legendary Joe Bambrick achieved immortality after scoring 6 goals in an international for Ireland in their 7-0 win against Wales at Celtic Park on February 1, 1930.
More than 90 years after this remarkable feat, it remains a record for a British Isles player in international football.
Linfield FC recalls with pride the goal scoring prowess and trophy successes of one of our All-Time Greatest ever players - Joe Bambrick from Roden Street, near his beloved Windsor Park.