Following hot on the heels of the under-19's win in the Metropolitan Cup, the under-17's successfully defended their Cape Fish title over the weekend.
The Ajax youngsters won the title after beating fellow Premiership side, Santos, 3-1 in the final on Monday.
It wasn't easy going, however, as they had to play three matches in the space of a single afternoon, beating Mother City 2-1 in the quarter-finals and then accounting for Peninsula in a 4-1 semi-final win.
Ajax chief scout Ian Towers was thrilled at the performance the youngsters put up.
"We are obviously all very proud of the lads, this is a fantastic achievement." said Towers.
To top it all off, Ajax play-maker Daylon Classen was named as the player of the tournament.
"Daylon is only 15-years old and he is a very exciting prospect, he has plenty of ability," said Towers of the player who wears the number 10 jersey..
So although it would appear that at the moment that in Granwald Scott, Ajax have found a possible successor to Steven Pienaar, it would seem that they have plenty more options waiting in the wings.