Sunday lunch in the Morris household tasted sweeter than normal yesterday after Lisnagarvey staged a late, late show to lift the Irish Senior Cup with a dramatic 3-2 win over UCD in Saturday's final.
Twins Harry and Matthew Morris have started what promises to be a long journey as they bid to follow in their father Ivan's footsteps as the former Ireland defender is the proud possessor of no fewer than nine winners' medals - including a magnificent seven-in-a-row with Garvey between 1988 and 1994.
Also at the lunch table yesterday was Andy Williamson, who hit the winning goal as Garvey came back from 2-1 down to score twice in the last 12 minutes against a gallant UCD side to claim the famous trophy for the first time since 2005 - and 24th time overall - with an incredible comeback.
"It's been a long wait and Ivan was never shy of reminding us of his past achievements in the Cup and now it's awesome that the twins and I are able to say that we have winners' medals at long last," beamed Williamson, whose girlfriend is Ivan's daughter Katie.
To make the Hillsborough side's feat more remarkable is the fact that both of their late goals were scored when they were down to 10 men after defender Andy Edgar had been sin-binned just before Williamson came off the bench to defy the pain barrier.
The striker added: "Our paths actually crossed when he was binned and leaving the pitch just as I was coming on and I was thinking at that stage 'oh no, this isn't ideal'.
"I had been troubled by a hamstring injury over the last few weeks and I wasn't much of a resource but I was just glad to be able to pop up and score the winner at the far post and it's awesome to have won the Cup after so long."
Garvey had got off to a great start when Troy Chambers, who set up two of the goals, created the opener for Ben Nelson with just 75 seconds on the clock but underdogs UCD threatened to defy the odds when they replied with strikes from Andrew Meates and Sam Byrne to lead 2-1 at the break.
After sustained Garvey pressure, however, Nelson got his second goal of the game for the 10 men in the 58th minute before Williamson fired home the all-important winner four minutes later.
In the women's final, meanwhile, there was disappointment for Pegasus as they went down 3-1 to UCD.
The Ulster side's consolation came from Ruth Maguire with Hannah McLoughlin, Michelle Carey and Katherine Egan on target for the students, who had made a blistering start to the game.
Pegs captain Michelle Harvey said: "Being 2-0 down early on didn't help but we fought back well and now we will re-set and try to win as much as possible in the new season."