Pythons last saw success with victory in the Pompey Cup in 2012 but led by the shooting of team captain, David Jackson, the side beat Leeds 45-40 in the final.
Since its inception Bury Kings had picked up the top tier trophy in Tchoukball UK’s end-of-season finals day, however, Guildford outplayed Bury in a dominant performance to take home the trophy.
The side, which saw a vast improvement towards the end of the league season, defeated Guildford Ignite in the semi-final 53-43, before a dominant first third secured victory in the final.
Bury had won their semi-final in a hard-fought match against Headingley Outlaws.
Guildford Tchoukball Club’s two sides finished unbeaten for the 2016/2017 season, winning both the Super League and Division One titles, the first time a club has won both divisions of the Tchoukball UK National League.
In their final two rounds Inferno, the club’s first team, defeated both Bury Kings, the 2016 Super League champions, and Fareham Rhinos to end with 12 straight victories and 48 points.
Guildford Tchoukball Club remains on course for double title success as both the club’s first team Inferno and second-string Ignite sit on top of their respective divisions after Round 3 and Round 4 of the Tchoukball UK National League.
Inferno were pushed hard by Leeds Galaxy in their 55-50 win, before defeating Bury Saints 53-43, ensuring Saints picked up an all-important bonus point as they battle against relegation.