RUISLIP finished the season on a real high note by lifting two trophies at the Middlesex Club Sevens at Richmond Athletic Ground.
Following early setbacks in the pool games, the two teams entered by the Maroons came good in the knock-out stages and came through to win both Bowl and Plate finals.
Ruislip coach Greg Knights, soaked in the champagne sprayed at the presentation ceremonies, said: "This was a fantastic effort by both squads and it shows the growing strength of rugby at Ruislip.
"Winning these two finals made this a superb culmination to a successful season and it's a proud day for the players and the club."
Ruislip I started their pool with a straightforward 33-7 victory over Harlow with tries from Chris West (2), Mark Whyman (2), Joe Grehan and David Hoani but they were upset 33-14 by Haringey in the second match, the Ruislip tries coming from Jean-Pierre Greyling and Chris West.
Old Merchant Taylors were dispatched 36-7 thanks to Phil Grehan (2), Whyman, Greyling, Peter Enright and West as the team finished runner-up and so moved into the Plate competition.
They took an early lead in the quarter-final against Beckenham and tries by Joe Grehan (2), Denis Rowe, Mike Forster and Dan O'Leary took them to a 33-12 win and a semi-final meeting with arch rivals Staines.
Staines scored first but Ruislip I led 14-12 at half-time and stretched away to win 33-19 thanks to Joe Grehan (2), Whyman (2) and West.
They faced Chiswick in the final which turned out to be very onesided as Ruislip raced into a 28-0 lead by the break and they finished up with a resounding 43-7 success after Joe Grehan (2), David Hoani, Jean-Pierre Greyling, Denis Rowe and West added to a penalty try.
Meanwhile, Ruislip II began with a 26-0 defeat to St Mary's College, who went on to reach the Cup Final, before conceding a late try as Chiswick earned a 26-26 draw, Joe Baker (2), Mark Brown and Mike Forster with the Maroons tries.
One of next season's new London Two North opponents Diss were then trounced 41-0 thanks to Keith Jones (2), Brown (2), Max Bunce (2) and Baker as the team finished third in their pool and progressed to the Bowl competition.
Enright (2), Baker, Bunce and Brown took them past Hammer-smith & Fulham 29-14 and Jones (2), Danny Henshall, Baker and Enright scored in a 31-12 win over Old Hamptonians to reach the final.
Harlow were their final opponents, a team beaten by Ruislip I in the pool stage, and Ruislip II took a 12-0 lead with tries from Jack Lawlor and Enright before Harlow closed to 12-7 by half-time.
Enright and Brown added to more scores to secure a 26-7 victory. * Ruislip hold their annual player awards dinner at their clubhouse in West End Road from 7pm on Friday when the guest speaker will be exWasps and England A international Peter Scrivener.
Call Greg Knights on 07958 679489 for tickets.