ALBION and Tranny Rovers took the honours in the first two finals on Thursday night.
The showdown for the Knockout Cup featured two of the league's giants, Albion and Halfway A.
The former took an early lead through Nigel Peterson. Halfway hit back through Steve Worrall before Albion's Paul Melia finished in 10 darts.
Again, the scores were levelled by Halfway's Gary Johnson.
A 13-darter from Phil Littler restored Albion's lead but again Halfway came back, this time through Steve Roberts.
Eamonn Hartigan made it 4-3 for Albion and team-mate John Kilkenny clinched victory, giving the Albion an unassailable 5-3 lead.
The last game went to Halfway skipper Steve Massey.
In Section Four's final of the Committee Challenge Cup, Bennett's Boys' plucky rearguard action against Tranny Rovers was in vain.
Tranny had taken the opener with a creditable 16-dart game from Karl Gibbs before Paul Gerrard levelled.
Steve Shackleton Snr put Tranny ahead for the second time and they increased their lead in the first of the doubles contests through Paul Crowe & Stephen Ainsworth.
Kev Rotherham and Matty Hall kept Bennett's Boys in the hunt before Steve Shackleton Snr and Donna Bourn increased Tranny's advantage to 4-2.
Kev Rotherham took the first of the three remaining singles for Bennett's Boys but the next game saw Tranny clinch overall victory with a Paul Crowe win. The final leg went to team-mate Steve Gerrard.
Trophies and prize-monies were presented by the league's assistant secretary, Jennie Watkins.
On Friday night, the War Memorial was again the scene for the finals of the Chairman's Challenge Cup and the Section Three's Committee Challenge Cup.
In the latter, Welly took an early lead through Tim Hunt but opponents Prospect Has Beens drew level through Carl Bourque.
Welly regained the lead through Dave Jackson and while Prospect took the first of the three doubles through Carl Bourque, the remaining two went to Welly (Dave Jackson & Dave Leather and Ken Parsonage & Martin Walsh).
Trailing 4-2, Prospect rallied to take the first two of the remaining three singles through Dave Garner and Tony Garner.
In an exciting finish, Welly anchorman Peter Holmes won the decider for the section's champions.
The Chairman's Challenge Cup final saw Albion go into a 2-0 lead against Navvy Lads thanks to Ron Fisher and Bernie Dodd.
Navvy squared the match with wins from Jason Bate and Mark Bazley but Navvy's success was shortlived.
Albion reeled off the next five games through Nick Hough, Phil Littler, Dave Houlgrave, Eamonn Hartigan and John Kilkenny for a 7-2 victory.
Trophies and prize-monies were presented by league competition secretary Alan Fox.
* Two more finals take place at War Memorial Club tonight (Thursday). Tri-corn and Grapes are in action in the 'Todger' Jones VC Cup and the Section Two final of the Committee Challenge Cup also features Tricorn whose opponents are Halfway Mixed.
These finals will be followed tomorrow by the Best Sports Cup final, featuring Albion and Navvy, and the Section One final of the Committee Challenge Cup between Navvy and Halfway Gents. Play starts at 8pm on both nights.
* Dates of Individuals and Doubles competitions in the 2007 Summer League are Friday evenings as follows. Individuals: June 15, July 20, August 17 and September 14.
Doubles: June 22, July 27, August 24 and September 14.