Portsmouth Black have been crowned Portsmouth League division one champions after two victories.
Firstly they beat Generation Jacks 6-4, with three each by Tim Farmer and James Mason.
They also beat Generation Kings with a Mason treble, plus two apiece for Farmer and Gordon Giles.
Portsmouth Purple crushed a weakened Navy 10-0 with their formation of Martin Matuzevicius, Yann Fourtier and Jimmy Yeung.
Soberton & Newtown easily beat Sporting St Clares 9-1 thanks to hat-tricks by Richard Billings and Pete Woodacre and two for Bill Moody.
Tony Emberson played a blinder for Knowle Tenacity.
His treble earned them a draw with Generation Kings but they still look set for relegation.
Graeme Smith and Mike Cooksley won a pair each and the doubles for Kings.
Avenue Puffins have clinched the runners-up spot in division two after drawing with rivals NPJS Green.
Brian Greenwood and Ricky Hensman were on form for Puffins.
Steve Long was Green’s best player with a brace.
Cowplain Blue and Knowle Green also finished all square.
Chris Plant hit a maximum for Blue.
Dave Edge and John Wildig responded with two each for the Greens but then lost a mighty close doubles battle.
Portsmouth Red wrapped up the division three title.
Water Blue gave them a close game but Will Crenel won three, Dave Wiles bagged two, and reserve Kane Beale added one in a 6-4 success.
The Reds then whitewashed Knowle Valiant with their combination of Allen, Crenel and Dave Wiles.
They also defeated Portsmouth Crimson 8-2 with reserve Chi Yuung Lim winning three rubbers as Wiles and Crenel only got two apiece on this occasion.
Water Blue beat Portsmouth Cherry 8-2 with trebles by Neil Lockton and Mike Turner, plus a double by Ray Barrowclough.
Water Red beat St Clares Swifts 6-4.
Phil Beal and Colin Miller both won twice.
But they couldn’t stop Rob Lewis who was man of the match with a hat-trick.
Portsmouth Crimson thumped Nuffield 9-1 with three apiece for Mike Lee and Julian Linsell and two by Stan Marlow.
Phoenix Saturn won 7-3 against Lovedean.
Daniel Osterman delivered a maximum and a pair from Dagmar Wilkinson, while John Churchill replied.