BROUGHTON Wings have clinched back-to-back titles in the Chester and District League.
A comprehensive 5-1 victory over Snooker Centre saw Wings retain the Olympic Trophies Division title they won last year.
And there was double reason for Simon Moulton to celebrate. The Wings player won a close frame against Mark Hughes on the black ball to claim the Hughie McLeod Merits title.
Snooker Centre's only winner on the night was Dat Phang, who beat Lee Dagher.
Christleton B failed to overhaul St Werburgh's United when the two sides met in the battle for runners-up spot.
Needing a 4-2 win to force a play-off, Christleton had to settle for a 3-3 draw.
Wins from Barry Davis, Chase Kirwin and Joey Wynne fired Christleton into a 3-1 lead, but Dave Sharpes hit Barry Charker early with a 35 break to make it 3-2 and Roy Baker earned the draw by defeating Wayne Amey.
St Saviour's finished a point behind Christleton after their 4-2 win over St Theresa's. The highlight of the match was Alan Cheers's win over Alan Page.
Upton RBL A continued their improvement with a 4-2 home victory over United Services. The hosts' winners were Chris Bennion, Glen Morley, Chris Dixon and Kevin Gibson.
In The Haz Decs Division, Conservative B's 3-3 draw against Upton RBL D was enough for them to hold on to top spot and clinch the championship.
Andy Sutton-Thompson gave Upton the lead with a win over Pat Fergus but it became 1-1 when Martin Peaker over-came John O'Boyle to claim a joint share of the merits title with Shane Futcher (Chester Bus).
Mike Fisher and Terry Milner both triumphed to give Cons a 3-1 lead, but Dave Nicholas saw off Chris Murphy to make it 3-2 and John Gerrard gave Upton a draw with his success over Callum Murphy.
Cons C defeated second-placed Broughton Wings B 4-2. Tom Donnelly, John Morris and Ian Cain gave Cons a great start, only for Darroch Mackie and veteran Clive Williams to pull two frames back for Wings. It was left to Kevin Harris to seal the win for Cons with his victory over Ian Beales.
Liberal A drew 3-3 with bottom club Waverton to leave them level on points with second-placed Wings B and facing a play-off for the right to be promoted.
Liberal needed a 4-2 victory to climb above Wings and they looked to be on their way when Alan Dagnall, Tony Hughes and Anthony Barnes made it 3-1, cancelling out the lead Aaron Washburn had given Waverton.
But Waverton were not finished and they earned a share of the spoils as Chris Connolly defeated Phil Sullivan and Bill McClimmonds beat Steve Ankers.
Fourth-placed Chester Bus finished two points behind the joint second teams after a 5-1 win over Upton RBL B.