EXTRA time was needed to decide the Chester FA Challenge Cup final with big Blacon pub rivals Highfield Athletic and Waggon and Horses tied 1-1 after normal time.
But Scott Chard was the High-field hero striking late on to avoid a penalty shootout and take home the silverware.
Scott Broadbent and Stuart Riley had scored for Highfield and Waggon respectively during the regulation 90 minutes at Christleton last Friday.
In the Cayzer Cup final on Wednesday, Crossway crumbled to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Parkgate. Man-of-the-match Patrick Sergeant scored the only goal of the first half before John Sumner and Paul Cooper rounded things off.
Sutton Way Villa sealed the Division Two championship the same night with a resounding 7-0 victory over Barrow Athletic 2nds.
Doubles from James Watson and Scott Rowley put Villa in command and Mike Williams, Steve Armitage and Dave Windle put the icing on a stylish performance.
On Monday, Kydds Athletic were involved in a 10-goal thriller with Waggon & Horses in the Premier Division.
Waggon lost 6-4 with Gary Ellam scoring twice and Matty Biddle contributing plus an own goal.
Peter Fitzpatrick and Graham Pollitt each scored a brace for Kydds, with Carl McKay and Tom Wood also on the scoresheet.
Highfield Athletic dominated Duddon United as they romped to a 7-1 win. Both Scott Broadbent and Ola Olawbi found the net twice while Scott Chard, Ross Broadbent and Paul Joiner were also on target.
In Division One, Adam Atkinson, Danny Blake and Graham Scheuber gave Barrow Athletic a narrow 3-2 win over Blacon Youth Colts.
In Division Two, Robin Hood's only merry man was goalscorer Richard Owen as Runcorn Albion beat them 3-1 with two goals from Rob Phillips and one from Paul Thomas.