In the 2009-10 season, Devonshire Cougars won their first FA Cup after defeating the Somerset Eagles 2-2. Cougars found themselves trailing at the interval after conceding two goals in as many minutes just before halftime. Player/coach Kwame Steede pulled one goal back for the Cougars in normal time and Darius Cox's hopeful punt from the halfway line completed a dramatic injury time comeback. The match was decided in a penalty shootout, where the Cougars bested the Eagles 5-4. The Eagles fell behind in the shootout when their second penalty, taken by Damon Swan, was saved by goalkeeper Ricardo Brangman. Damico Coddington converted the fifth and final spot kick to secure Cougars maiden FA Cup final triumph.
In the 2010-11 season, the power house Devonshire Cougars Started and ended the season off on a high beating Dandy Town Hornets in the beginning of the season, for the charity Cup. In the final stage of the season the Big Cats showed their ability in the last game of the season, once again sealing the FA Cup defeating Rangers at the National Sports Centre. Critics say that it was the Tumaini Steede show at National Sports Centre as the youngster struck a brace to help Devonshire Cougars successfully defend their FA Cup with a comfortable 4-1 win over Southampton Rangers.Jesse Seymour and youngster Lejuan Simmons also scored for the champions, while Travis Wilkinson scored a consolation goal for Rangers. Having been beaten the weekend before at the same venue in the Friendship Cup to North Village, the FA Cup final was to be no repeat of their last outing.