It was North Combination Cup Finals Day at Kingsholm on Sunday and, for the first time in a number of years, the trophies headed in three different directions.
Coney Hill were hoping to secure their sixth North Gloucestershire Combination Cup treble, and things started well as their 3rd XV won the Glanville Cup with a last gasp penalty to defeat Chosen Hill 16-14.
However, their 2nd XV were comprehensively beaten by Old Cryptians, who lifted the Molson Coors Junior title. Old Cryptians lifted the Cup for the first time since 1974.
And Matson snatched the Worthington Senior Cup from Coney Hill's hands with a last-gasp Vince Lanciano try in a hard fought encounter.
This is the 28th time that Matson have won the Cup, but the first time since 2001 with Coney Hill dominating in recent times.
Dave Booth, NGC President, offered his thanks to Gloucester Rugby for allowing the Combination the use of the stadium ,as well as main sponsors Worthington Coors for their continued sponsorship of the 1st and 2nd XV cup competitions.
He added his thanks to all who helped out during the day to once again to make this a very successful event.
Gloucester's young United side once again dug deep to take an illustrious scalp, overturning a half-time deficit to earn a 40-29 victory over Wasps and earn a place in the Aviva Premiership A League final.
Billy Burns will get the headlines for his 16 point haul, but it was a team of heroes who went to La Rochelle and fought like demons to secure a magnificent 16-14 European Rugby Challenge Cup win on Saturday evening.
Gloucester Rugby welcome back scrum-halves Willi Heinz and Greig Laidlaw to the matchday squad as they make five changes to their starting line-up for Saturday evening's European Rugby Challenge Cup semi-final against Stade Rochelais.