BRAD Miller will never forget his five-star show at Turf Moor as Blessed Trinity continued their utter domination of the Keighley Cup.

The striker bagged five goals as Blessed Trinity lifted the cup for the thrid successive year - and the previous five as St Theodores.

While Miller was the goal-scoring hero, the architect of Shuttleworth’s downfall was fleet-footed winger Joel Melia who had a hand in no fewer than six goals.

Melia got the ball rolling with a fine cross that Miller rose to head home then teed up Miller for a second soon after.

Jordan Lambert made it 3-0 after Miller’s free kick proved to be too hot to handle for Shuttlworth keeper Anthony Windle. And the Miller-Melia combination was back in tandem as the striker completed his hat-trick.

Jonny Bolt pulled one back for Shuttleworth after good play by Sam Howarth and the impressive David Wright before Miller blasted in his fourth to make it 5-1 at the break.

Shuttleworth started the second half well with Henry Riley looking lively up front and they scored the first goal of the half, Brad Shaw tucking away from close range after a long throw-in from Wright.

But Melia and Miller combined to set up Jordan Culshaw for the first of his two goals - the second of which came after a wonderful mazy run by Melia. Miller curled home his fifth from the edge of the area before Melia helped set up Mateusz Kapica to make it 9-2 and seal an emphatic victory.

BLESSED TRINITY: Charlie Harrison, Jack Houlker, Joe Barlow, Joshua Smith, Ashley Stevenson, Patrick Mortimer, Joel Melia, Jordan Lambert, Joshua Milliken, Brad Miller, Gus Whitehead, Mateusz Kapica, Ryan Bradshaw, Zach Smith, Tom Ryland.

SHUTTLEWORTH COLLEGE: Anthony Windle, Connor Durkin, Callam Robinson, William Exton, Sam Howarth, Jordan Culshaw, Ryan Whittaker, Brad Shaw, Jonny Bolt, David Wright, Henry Riley, Ryan McVay, Nathan Farrer, Michael Milner, Josh Orton, Anthony Taylor.