Cloverdale was guaranteed at least one shiny chalice for the trophy case in the Vancouver Mainland Football League's atom division President's Cup game in New Westminster last Saturday.
In an all-Cloverdale final, the Lions squeaked past the Tigers to capture the cup.
Meanwhile in the Commissioner's Cup atom game, the North Surrey T-Birds knocked off the Coquitlam Tigers to win the silverware.
In atom division semifinal action, the top-seeded Richmond Raiders edged the North Delta Longhorns 36-30 in overtime to advance to next weekend's title game.
Carter Spencer and Xavier Singfield each scored two touchdowns for North Delta. Taj Jhooty and Joban Bhullar both had big games leading the Longhorn defence.
The Cloverdale Bobcats advanced to the title game in the VMFL's peewee division playoffs thanks to a narrow 6-0 win over the North Surrey Hawks.
Cloverdale will now host the peewee final Saturday against the Coquitlam Wildcats. Game time is 10 a.m. at Cloverdale Athletic Park.
The North Delta Longhorns lost out on a chance to host two championship trophies in the final game of the nine-man bantam football playoffs.
Unfortunately for the Longhorns, The Richmond Raiders had their offence in high gear as they rolled to a convincing 41-6 win to capture both the VMFL Championship and the BC Provincial Championship.