Cheltenham beat City of Manchester to retain the men’s British Water Polo Championship title, while Liverpool Lizards secured their second women’s title with a victory against City of Coventry.
The first final of the day saw the top two womens' teams in action in a match that was closer than the final 6-2 score suggested with Liverpool Lizards ultimately coming out on top.
“This has been our best ever season," said Liverpool captain Fiona Pimblett.
"We wanted to continue our National League season form by playing to our strength and working together as a team and we all did that today."
In the women’s third place playoff match, City of Manchester’s last-gasp goal secured the bronze medal with a 9-8 victory over last year’s finalists London Otter.
In a repeat of the men’s 2014 final, Cheltenham fought back from a 4-5 half time score and defended a late City of Manchester attack to take the title 11-10 in an adrenaline fuelled match.
Lancaster took advantage of the home crowd to secure the bronze medal ahead of Bristol Central in a tight game that finished 11-7.