St Helens rugby league are celebrating their first trophy in six years.
After their nearest rivals Castleford lost to Catalan Dragons, they finished top of Super League to win the League Leaders Shield.
The honours keep coming, with winger Tommy Makinson today named in the Super League dream team.
Our Sports Correspondent David Chisnall has been speaking to a couple of Saints who feel blessed.
If St Helens avoid defeat at Huddersfield tonight they'll lift the Super League Leaders' Shield. Head Coach Nathan Brown says the fans are ready to taste success again.
Nathan Brown, Tony Smith, Lance Hohaia and Simon Grix look ahead to tonight's Super League clash between St Helens and Warrington at Langtree Park. If Saints avoid defeat they will clinch the Super League Leaders' Shield.
St Helens star Jonny Lomax's season is over after he suffered a serious injury in last weekend's game against the Catalans Dragons.
The 23-year-old damaged his knee in the second half and needs an operation.
Saints Head Coach Nathan Brown said: "This is obviously a blow to the team but more importantly to Jonny. He has been in great form and has settled well into the full back position.
"He will now begin his road to recovery led by our medical staff and we wish him well.
“Jonny has a strong character and we're sure he will come back and prove once again to be a pivotal player for us."
St Helens RLFC legend Paul Wellens speaks about playing at the home of the new Premier League champions. Wellens is a life-long Manchester City supporter.
St Helens star Mark Flanagan looks ahead to Sunday's Magic Weekend showdown with Warrington Wolves.