Everton Academy were victorious once again at the under-10s BWCI Mini Soccer Festival in Guernsey, but only after beating Jersey's Grouville Blues on penalties in the shield final.
After a 1-1 draw in normal time, the top-flight juniors won the shoot-out 3-0 as Grouville's Archie Drummond was named player of the tournament.
Jersey's Trinity, meanwhile, beat island rivals St Peter in the final of the plate competition.
The BWCI Festival, which is in its 18th year, saw 21 sides from Guernsey, Jersey and England compete across two days at the Track and Victoria Avenue.
It is one of the biggest tournaments of its kind in the islands, attracting academy sides from Everton - who usually send under-9 players - and Bristol City this year.
2019 entries: Bodyline St Martins, Braunton FC, Bristol City Academy, Everton Academy, Grouville Blues, Grouville Jsy, GFA Aztec Academy Lions, GFA Aztec Academy Tigers, Guernsey Rangers, Guernsey Rovers, Northerners AC, St Peter, St Martins AC, St Clement, St Pauls, St Lawrence, Sylvans, Trinity, Unsworth Junior Football Club, Vale Recreation Green, Vale Recreation Yellow.
- Guernsey FA development officer Angus Mackay