THE Tokatoka Resort Westfield Barbarians One and Westfield Under-18 teams created a rare back-to-back feat in the 26th Fiji Bitter Nawaka 7s at Prince Charles Park in Nadi yesterday.
Both defending champions from last year retained their titles, walking away with a combined total prize purse of $11,000.
In the cup final, Westfield Barbarian One with Pio Tuwai, Asaeli Boko and Josua Tuisova, steam rolled Tale Barbarians 31-7.
In the U18 final, Westfield thrashed Unity Brothers 29-0.
Westfield Barbarians mentor Epeli Lagiloa said it was a proud moment for the club which was just over a year old.
He said the team's success was built on strong development work.
"It is a proud moment for both teams because you don't usually see both the senior and junior teams winning in a tournament and that too back-to-back," the former national 7s team manager said.
"The boys are happy as they know what I had planned for their defence and they delivered. We seldom we see the back-to-back victories in Fiji.
"There were many high profile teams in the competition.
"The boys worked hard and reaped the rewards.
"They did the process right and they got the outcome.
"They finished the job."
The Westfield U18 team is made up of players from the Ratu Navula Secondary School.
Red Rock won the Plate title, BSP Police won the Bowl title while Ratu Filise won the Shield.