Broadway's first men's side completed a triumphant second Division One title this season after recording a 7-2 win over KRS in their penultimate match of the season.
The combination of Steve Pemberton with Anthony Homan completed an unbeaten performance to win their 11th title and are only five behind the legendary Lea Village side of the 1970s and 80s.
Birmingham University's John Forde with Ivor Griffiths and Ben Witham with Phil Hammond took the match honours with an emphatic 8-1 win over Bidgley Power One.
Hotshots ladies completed their record breaking season with a 6-0 whitewash over KRS. Debbie Beeston-Smith, Rachel Priddy, Catherine Grant and Reggie Baker undefeated.
However, KRS responded to that defeat and registered a win over Solihull & Shirley One. Sara Mason provided the inspiration for the win after they won by eight games to six after the score was 3-3.
KRS look to have secured runners-up place in Mixed One even though they lost 6-3 to Hotshots One. Tim Lawrence with Sara Mason won the three games for the losers as Doug Woodhouse with Debbie Beeston-Smith, Trevor Hampson with Rachel Priddy and Dan Tomkin with Fiona McNaughton winning two game each.
Poplar secured a 7-2 victory over Cocks Moors in Division 2 after Alan Wong with Justin Garnett took the honours.
Warwickshire's second and fourth Inter-County sides completed their season after visiting Oxfordshire's first and fourth sides.
The seconds lost 9-6 while the fourths completed an unbeaten season with a 14-1 victory.
Sara Mason remained undefeated winning three games. She won both ladies doubles with Mary Le Druillanec and mixed doubles with Anthony Homan. Homan contributed two wins, including a 15-6, 15-8 win in his men's singles.
The fourths enjoyed an emphatic 14-1 victory with Tom Burton and Fara Moolabhai winning three games each.
Warwickshire's over 40 veterans side lost 8-4 to Derbyshire in the Midlands challenge. Despite levelling at 4-4, the side lost all four mixed doubles to three games.