Division Three (South-West) champions Banwen set their sights on a league and cup double after finshing their season with a 57-20 hammering of Ammanford.
They now have to meet Maesteg in the Silver Ball final at Caerphilly on Saturday where they will be all out to capture that trophy as well.
West champions Pontyberem finished their season in style with a 48-31 success at Haverfordwest and the East title went to Brynithel who came back from 7-0 down at Abercarn to win a hard-fought match 10-7.
Brynithel had to wait until late on before wing Gavin Hayes crossed for the winning try and full back Mike Hurn converted to claim the title.
Newport Saracens had started in pole position but they were well-beaten at New Tredegar by 31-16. Hywel Evans raced in for a brace of tries and there was one
apiece for Anthony Harris and replacement Wayne Randall. Alex Davies kicked 11 points. Sarries centre Steve Reed went over for their tries and Richard Jones added two penalties. Three tries by Jamie Harrison helped fourth-placed Llanishen record a 78-7 victory over bottom club Llanhilleth.
Rhydyfelin won 27-14 at Barry in South East, as Scott Perry notched 17 points and Tonyrefail scored four tries in their 30-10 win over Brecon.