Capital Glass on Sunday took the top spot at the 2012 Royale Chemicals darts tournament in Lilongwe.
Central Regionâ€™s Capital Glass finished at the top with 15 points from five games.
The finals, which attracted top two teams from the three regions, were played on a round-robin format. The tournament is sponsored by the Panjwani family.
Capital Glass also won the Presidential, Abdul Gaffer and DAM cups this year.
Defending champions Elvis Freight, who have won the trophy for seven times, finished second with seven points. They were advantaged on aggregate over Mchinji-based Joeâ€™s Motel and Blantyre Sports Council (BSC) who finished third and fourth respectively.
For being champions, Capital Glass received K85 000 (about $280) and a trophy whereas Elvis Freight got K45 000 (about $150). Both teamsâ€™ players received miniatures.
In individual awards, Benson Bakali of Capital Glass scooped the Player of the Tournament Award. He received K15 000 (about $50) and a miniature from Soka Banda.
Bakali and Christopher Nyirongo of Mzaad registered the highest double 180 scores.
Chipiliro Mzanda of Elvis Freight got the highest closing ranger, 199, trailed by Young Kamanga who closed with 117.
Darts Association of Malawi (DAM) president Isaac Kaneka thanked the sponsors for helping in developing the sport in the country.
He appealed to government to put as much effort in supporting minority sports as it does with football and netball.
On behalf of the sponsors, Palije Nyirenda assured DAM of continued sponsorship, saying the sponsors are pleased with the way the tournament is administered.