FENWAY A ended a fabulous Aron Moyses Spalding Town Darts League season with an incredible four trophies.
The Division One champions completed a treble by adding the KO Cup and Mark Tansley Cup to their coffers on finals night, before Nick Moyses and Paul Edgley delivered the doubles crown.
After finishing six points clear in the title race, third-placed Drayman’s Arms A stood in their way in the Division One Cup.
In a topsy-turvy showdown, it took doubles wins from Moyses and Edgley and Steve Stancer and Andy Bingham to secure a 4-3 Fenway win.
Lincoln Arms B were then their opponents in the Mark Tansley final.
In a match that followed a similar patter, the same two doubles combinations brought home the bacon in the final two showdowns to notch another 4-3 success.
Fresh off playing a key role in the Fenway treble, it was time for the four aces to go head-to-head for doubles supremacy.
In an all-Fenway A final, Moyses and Bingham took the bragging rights, beating Bingham and Stancer 2-0.
Lincoln Arms C’s Tim Halifax and Steve Gaughan, and Hole in The Wall A duo Richard Harker and Wayne Brickles were the beaten semi-finalists.
Away from the Fenway trophy spree, Hole in The Wall B romped to Division Two Cup glory.
In a one-sided final, they brushed aside Birds 4-1, with the doubles games not even required.
Steve Taylor, Carl Kirk, Nigel Baker and Alan Fairall were the individual winners, while Lee Croft registered Birds’ only success.
Meanwhile, White Horse skipper Phil Brace brought home the Captain’s Cup.
He edged out Hole in The Wall A’s Chris Sloan 2-1 to clinch the honour.
It wasn’t all bad news for Sloan though, as he got his hands on some silverware in the Division One singles.
Having beaten Julian De Camps 2-0 in the last four, he made equally light work of Tim Halifax in the final, winning by a flawless 2-0 again.
Halfax had dispatched Jamie Fovargue 2-0 in his semi-final.
It was a little tighter in the Division Two singles, with Pied Calf’s Matt Manning finally taking the crown.
Manning saw off Birds’ Jim Bennett 2-1 in the semis to set up a final with Pied team-mate Jack Chilvers, who beat Dean Murray 2-0.
In what proved a tight tussle, Manning eventually ran out a 2-1 winner in the final.
Elsewhere, Fenway C got their hands on the Division Two doubles gong.
The deadly duo of Tom Elderkin and Simon Juckes ran out winners, beating A and S Senior 2-1 to seal the title.
Juckes and Elderkin previously defeated BSC boys Pete Emery and S Emery to reach the final, with P Barnett and S Barnett the other semi-finalists.