Senior club hockey finally wrapped up in Hawke's Bay on Saturday with eight finals across six divisions played at Park Island in Napier.
It was a tough day for the Bay Independent club whose men's and women's Division One sides were both knocked over by their opponents.
The Bay Ferns had won both of their regular season games against the Havelock North Premier women's side however they were caught short in the title decider, losing 4-1.
Napier Tech finished the season third on points ahead of Akina Horsefield, Taupo and Te Awa Scinde Black.
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The men's Division One final was a hotly anticipated matchup between Bay Independent and Akina Waapu, who both finished the regular season with just one draw and one loss from 15 games.
Akina triumphed 3-2 to take first place, while Central Premier and Taupo played out a 2-all draw in the playoff for third.
Napier Tech Prems and Te Awa Scinde Black rounded out the division in fifth and sixth.
In the men's second tier final, City United enjoyed a 5-1 win over Bay Independent 2.
Bay Independent Evergreens beat Central Women Prems 1-0 to win their Division Two final.
Their clubmates Kowhai took out the women's Division Three competition with a 5-0 win over Akina Rovers Paewai, while Central Reserves defeated Te Awa Scinde Blue 1-0 in the playoff for third.
Akina Rovers Campbell nabbed a 4-1 upset win in the men's Division Three final over the previously undefeated Central Reserves.