Olympic silver medallists Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms won their fourth consecutive national mixed doubles title when they beat second seeds Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg 15-2, 15-3 in 37 minutes at the English National Championships in Manchester.
Victory gave Emms her 11th national title, including mixed crowns with former partners Ian Sullivan and Simon Archer.
Emms, playing with Kellogg, followed up her mixed victory with her fifth women's doubles title after 2004 champions Ella Tripp and Joanne Nicholas handed them a walkover with Tripp feeling unwell and unfit to play.
Nick Kidd beat holder Aamir Ghaffar 13-15, 15-3, 15-2 in 85 minutes to lift the men's singles title for the first time. Kidd skimmed his racket across the court and almost into the crowd as he celebrated.
Afterwards the top seed said he was driven by missing out on the world championships in August and not being selected for next month's Commonwealth Games, while Ghaffar had.
In the women's singles, top seed Tracey Hallam, of Staffordshire, recovered from a game and 4-0 down to beat Warwickshire's Jill Pittard to recapture the title she won for the first time in 2004 but surrendered in last year's final.
Pittard, the 2000 runner-up, showed some of the form which swept aside defending champion Elizabeth Cann in the semi-finals but the wheels then came off for the Land Rover engineer from Coventry.
Hallam, playing her sixth consecutive final, stormed back to win 8-11, 11-4, 11-0 in 42 minutes.
Simon Archer's dream of a 16th doubles title ended in disappointment. Archer, mixed winner in 2004 and men's doubles winner in 2005, went down with David Lindley, to top seeds Robert Blair and Anthony Clark, who won his fifth straight men's doubles title thanks to a 15-7, 15-4 triumph.
Archer, from Worcester, needed his ribs strapping during the match and finished with knee and tendon problems in what is his final season of top-class badminton.