That was coupled with an intermediate cup medal in the 1982-83 season a fantastic record by any standard.
Paddy Shortt began his football career with Wembley who were based in the Middle Parish of Cork city.
Shortt won two League of Ireland championships with Waterford United and Cork Celtic.
He had his leg amputated in 1995 and had a visit in hospital from the legendary George Best.
Shortt scored the only goal when playing for the Ireland amateurs against England in 1969 at Dalymount Park.
He helped his club Wembley win the U15 Evans National Cup in 1963. 1964 was another memorable one for Paddy when he played a pivotal part in Wembley’s FAI Minor Cup.
After a long battle with cancer following the leg amputation Paddy lost his battle for life in September 2007.