IT took 120 minutes of pulsating action to settle the Stan Dukes Memorial Cup final on Sunday.
And it was Westminster who took the silverware home after overcoming Woodlands 3-2.
Lewis Walters and Darrell Freeman for Woodlands cancelled out a Stewart Carroll spot-kick and a Chris Yew goal.
But in extra time Carl Ngiam made sure Westminster lifted the trophy.
In Shell Division One Old Wirral Hundred ran table-toppers Cat close but the leaders came good in the end, winning 3-2.
Goals from Rob Stockton, Chaney Lloyd and Jason Farley gave Cat victory, with Jamie Shuttleworth and Tony Taylor on target for the Hundred.
Sir Robert meanwhile illustrated the gulf between the bottom and second-from bottom that Rivacre will need to bridge next season, as they beat the basement club 3-1.
Paul Murray scored for Rivacre but goals from Billy Thompson, Ian Norman and Phil Clowes were enough for Sir Robert to win.
This Sunday the George Williamson Memorial Jubilee Challenge Cup final takes place, with Woodlands looking for revenge and Westminster trying to see off their opponents for the second time to claim a cup double.
On Tuesday Castrol Villa complete their season in the Shell Premier Division at Westminster, who could still be chasing the treble.