Unbeaten in the league and unbeaten in both cups is a great achievement and (barring a few signings) it's pretty much the same squad they've had this past few years.
They came from 4-2 down to beat Whitecross, then 4-2 down to draw with CWC A and now trailing 2nd Division CWC B in the Vegas Cup 4-2 they claw the game around to snatch a dramatic victory.
Billy and Ciaran O'Neill took the 1st frame as the Father and Son act proved too strong for John Little and Emmett McParland.
Poor old Philip Murphy just can't buy a win this season and he along with Barry Murphy were defeated by the formidable Tommy Rooney and Paul Kelland for 1 each.
Micky Cunningham and Cathal McCoy are experienced players at the top level and they had little difficulty in brushing aside Barry Kelland and Kieran Cunningham for 2-1 Hustlers.
That was the Doubles out of the way now down to the Singles were the Premier Division pace setters should push on.
John Little surprised league Chairman Kevin Magee to level the scores at 2-2.
Calium McParland then got his biggest scalp for many a year when he beat a Dee Kearney who has won all 5 of his league games and the pressure was now on Hustlers as the trailed for the first time in the match at 3-2.
Kieran Cunningham has plenty of experience in the bank and it was he who looked like the Premier Division player when he beat Shane McAllister for 4-2 CWC B.
The 3rd tier team were on the verge of something spectacular but this Hustlers side never know when their beat.
Emmett McParland lost out to a Cathal McCoy who has got his mojo back after a tricky start to the season 4-3.
Damien McArdle won't have been happy to have missed out on playing in the pairs. He's having a fantastic season and squared the match at 4-4 when he beat the confident sharp shooting Chris Cunningham.
It was down to the two captains to decide the fate of this match. Barry Kelland for the hosts CWC B and the Hustlers' Micky Cunningham.
Cunningham has settled for a more directorial role this season so far but when called upon he hasn't been found wanting. It was the Hustlers captain that showed his class and send the Bellinis based side through.
Dan's A were took the distance by Glenn Social Club. The teams were level at 3-3 before Dan's finally kicked into gear.
Mark Keenan and Liam Turley surprised the hosts when they gave Glenn the lead. James O'Hagan and Paddy O'Callaghan shocked in defeat.
Barney Preece and Niall O'Hagan drew Dan's level when they beat Paddy Morgan and Gerard Bagnall.
Seamus McVerry and Niall Connolly beat Jay Connolly and Conor Morgan as expected and normal service was resumed.
Or so you would think! Gerard Bagnall is the pick of the Glenn players and he was too good for former individual champion James O'Hagan and Glenn were level 2-2.
Seamus McVerry hit his stride and a superb 8 ball finish have Conor Morgan that "take a seat your night is over" feeling and Dan's led 3-2.
Paddy Morgan dumped the brilliant Barney Preece and Glenn looked like they could cause a major shock at 3-3.
Jimmy McVerry is having a mixed season but he is the man for the big occasion and the bossman of Dan's made it 4-3 in the crucial 7th frame with a win over Caolan Lonergan.
Ryan O'Hare could be a key player for Dan's this year and he fired Dan's into the 3rd round with a frame to spare. Jay Kelly suffered his 2nd defeat of the night when O'Hare made it 5-3.
Niall Connolly is having a tough time of it in the league but there's no doubting he has superb potting qualities. An 8 ball finish was a good way to finish a great match where both teams played their part. Liam Turley couldn't finish the night with a win but it was a promising effort from Glenn and should give them confidence going back to the league.
Ballyholland scraped passed a tough Nan's side who are flying high in Division 1. Ballyholland started well in the Premier but are starting to find the going a bit tougher lately. A taste of a lower Division team was more than welcome but they couldn't have got much more of a test.
Gerard McGovern and Davey McAvoy gave Ballyholland the opener.
Robbie Rice and Mark Maguire levelled for the City Slickers.
Kevin McGovern and Manny Kelly put the visitors back in the lead at 2-1.
Gerard McAvoy beat Pentony for 3-1 and Giby Vettiankal put Ballyholland on the brink when he beat Pat McClenaghan for 4-1.
Leigh McAlinden started the comeback for Nan's. The Unstoppable Mal Maguire made it 4-3 and Rony O'Reilly kept up his recent good form to draw the match level at 4-4. Brendan Keenan, Davey McAvoy and Niall McQuillan losing out for Ballyholland.
Jimmy O'Hare and Kevin McGovern would contest the decider. It was the Ballyholland ace that came out on top in a cracking match. Ballyholland will be delighted to have squeezed through especially because they were without talisman Robbie White.
Killian McDonald was the Millvale hero as his last gasp winner lasted the Pit Bar side into the 3rd round of the Vegas Cup.
Tommy O'Hanlon and Killian McDonald had levelled at 1-1 before Dan's Rebels led 2-1
Adrian 'Spud' Murphy made it 2-2 Millvale but Dan's hit back.
Terry Pheonix had a good Dan's win for 3-2 but Rowland and Gibney made it 4-3 Millvale.
Seamus Tumilty ensured we would go to a decider when he made it 4-4.
Barry Boyle and Killian McDonald had the pressure cooker finale. McDonald is a class act and a fantastic potter and it was no surprise he took all the high fives and book Millvale a place in the next round.
Don't forget to get your Individuals team sheets in for Monday 13th Nov .