Christchurch manager Ollie Cherrett is already busy planning for the 2018/19 season after guiding the club back into the Sydenhams Wessex Premier Division.
Priory, who were relegated from the Wessex top flight to Division One in 2015, appointment Cherrett later that year with the intention of bouncing back immediately.
The Christchurch boss made slow but steady improvements, seeing his side finish sixth and fourth respectively in his first two seasons in charge.
His third campaign at the helm saw the club go one step further, finally achieving promotion by securing the Division One title.
Priory ended the year on 77 points, five more than their closest challengers Andover New Street. They also finished with the best goal difference in the league, as well as boasting the best defensive record in terms of goals conceded and losing only three times.
BUzz Sport visited the club’s MA Hart Stadium to speak to Cherrett about the past season and his plans for the immediate future.