Blyth Sports and Social Club lifted the Saints Shield with a 3-1 win over Blyth Last Orders.
The Sports Club started the brighter and it came as no surprise when Keith Wooodrow gave them the lead.
Woodrow doubled their advantage before Craig Danielson scored a controversial penalty on the hour.
Last Orders then missed a spot kick when Kevin Morton made the save.
Substitute Mathew Crook scored a consolation for Last Orders late in the game.
The trophies were presented by Frank Scantlebury, NFA councillor, on behalf of match sponsors CR Scott Ltd.
Man of the match award went to Woodrow, selected by Dave Lewis.
In the SA Randolph Cup final, hot favourites Burradon and New Fordley eased to a 7-1 win against High Street.
Ian Lee, Ryan Hutchinson put Burradon two up before High Street had a man sent off for handball on the line, David Atkinson scored the resultant penalty.
Connor Andrews and substitute Lee Waugh made it 5-0 before Alan Goldie scored a penalty for High Street.
However, Fordley were not finished, with Andrews and Hutchinson completing the scoring.
The trophies were presented by match sponsor Jim Scott from Standard Security.
Man of the match went to Andrews.
The Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League thanked Bedlington Terriers for the use of their ground.
In the premier division, Blyth Comrades edged Ashington Grand 4-3 as Grand missed penalty against the ten-man Comrades. Goals for Comrades came from Michael Meins (2) and Jordan Miller (2). Michael Todd (2) and Luke Bunting were on target for Grand.
Forest Hall took the points at home against Cramlington Phoenix with a goal from Daniel McDonald.
Ashington Bubbles won 2-1 at New Delaval and Newsham with Ryan Middleton and Craig Penny on target. Craig Frazer scored for Newsham.
North Shields Royal Arms gained the points at home against Red Lion with Alan Baptist scoring both in a 2-1 win.
Division one saw a local derby between AE Phoenix and Ashington Excelsior decided by the odd goal in five, with the Excelsior just hanging on to take the points. Kevin Chapman and Daniel Donnelly scored for Phoenix, with John Henderson, Adam Mavin and Callum Milligan scoring for Excelsior.
Marden Residents went down 5-0 at Ashington White House with goals from Craig Towert (2), Jason Ritches, Ryan Johnson and Andrew McLennen.
Gary Adamson was in sparkling form for Waterloo SC scoring all four in a 4-1 home win against Newsham Victory. Stephen Waterworth scored for the Vic.