HABITUAL winners Pioneers have completed a league and cup double in the Carlsberg UK Crewe Open League.
After winning the Premier Division darts title for the seventh consecutive season, they lifted the Team Knockout, at the Crosville Club.
Their first Team Knockout Cup success since 2001 arrived with an 11-2 aggregate in over Hawk in the final. Hawk have now finished as runners-up for the last three seasons.
Pioneers captain Pete Boughey won the first darts game in 17 darts, but Hawk responded with Graham France's dominoes win.
However, Tony Richardson's 19-darter and a win from dominoes captain Brian Griffiths made it 3-1, before a John Speed 21-darter finished with a 128 checkout, and Rob Clarke's 18-darter concluded with an 80 kill extended the advantage.
Dominoes victories by Steve Marsh and John Woolley left John Cooper to finish the rout by winning the fifth darts, giving an unassailable 8-1 lead.
Darts wins for Ricky Busteed and duo Boughey and Woolley, and a dominoes success for Speed, was only responded to by Steve Wright's consolation dominoes singles win for Hawk.
In the semi-finals, Pioneers saw off Belle Vue 8-1, despite the Vue's great start through Tony Taylor's 23-darter.
Top darts from the victors were included Clarke's 18-darter with a 124 finish on the bull, Speed's 15 dart game, Busteed's 19-darter and Boughey's 18-darter.
Hawk made it to the final with a tense 7-6 win over Delamere, who drew first blood through Rob Arrowsmith's 15-darter with a 92 finish.
Pete Galloway's 20-darter made it level, but Graham Arrow-smith's 21-darter and a dominoes win by Karl Bennett gave Delamere a 3-1 lead.
Hawk hit back with Wright's 24-darter and Graham France's dominoes victory, but Lyndon Cartwright made it 4-3 to Delamere.
Hawk then hit the front through Dave Faulkner's dominoes win and Dean Harrison's 21 dart game, but a dominoes win for Kev Tilley made it 5-5.
The score moved to 7-7, before Hawk duo Ian Dunne and Rob Sandland won a dominoes pairs game to seal victory.
There was more silverware for the Pioneers when Clarke won the Least Darts prize for his 10-darter earlier in the season, and the Highest Checkout prize with a 157.
The Least Darts prize for the lower divisions was taken by Queen's Park GC's Chris Townsend (14-darter), while the Highest Checkout was shared by Allan Bostock (Cumberland) and Chris Gibson (Cheshire Cheese) who both hit a 160.