Swineshead Institute collected a trophy double in the space of three days.
The Tutes defeated first division Coningsby 3-0 to lift the BB Insure Willoughby Cup on Thursday evening before being presented with the Taylors Garages Premier Division title on Saturday.
Man-of-the-match Rob Masters headed Swineshead into a first-half lead and added a second after the interval with a strike that went in off the post.
Richard Barker wrapped things up five minutes from time, rifling home a fine shot as Swineshead lifted the Willoughby Cup for the first time.
The cup and individual trophies were presented by Richard Richmond, director of BB Insure.
Swineshead collected their Premier Division trophy on Saturday after being awarded a walkover due to Benington being unable to raise a side.
Their goal difference had all-but assured them the title the previous week.
Scott Mackay struck four goals as Old Leake beat Park United to lift the Arthur Young Memorial Cup.
Antony Slater grabbed the other goal.
In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, Billinghay Athletic thumped Kirton Town 4-1 at home while Woodhall were beaten 3-1 by Pointon, also going down 4-1 at Skegness Town Reserves in midweek.
Tom Sewell (two), Sean Taylor and Martin Maddison netted as Coningsby beat Freiston 4-2 in the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Troy Ayton and Mark Lovelace scoring consolations.
Ryan Appleton scored for Friskney in their 3-1 defeat to Pointon.
In the Taylors Ford Division Two, Sibsey beat relegated Holbeach Bank 5-0, with goals from Shane Brackenbury (three), Jack Titchmarsh and Ben Henderson.
Holbeach Bank’s abandoned game against Spalding Harriers from a week previous has been re-arranged for Saturday, the league’s final game.