Shakhtar Donetsk have completed their third domestic double with a 2-0 victory against arch-rivals Dynamo Kiev in the Ukrainian Cup final.
Goals from Eduardo and Luiz Adriano ensured Mircea Lucescu's men lifted the trophy.
After the game captain Darijo Srna said: "This season belongs to us.
"We claimed the title, the cup and reached the Champions League quarter-finals on the club's 75th anniversary. That's just incredible."
Meanwhile, in Croatia, Dinamo Zagreb wrapped up their 11th Croatian Cup to add to their league title with a 3-1 victory over NK Varazdin which wrapped up an 8-2 aggregate success.
Their stroll to the cup was never really in doubt after winning the first-leg of the final 5-1.
Despite going behind, Dinamo stormed back to ensure the domestic double.
After the game, their captain Milan Badelj told the press: "It's such a wonderful feeling to raise two trophies in just a few days.
"We didn't have a good first half, but we showed our class in the second and won the Croatian Cup."
In the Czech Republic, it was Mlada Boleslav who beat SK Sigma Olomouc on penalties to win their first Czech Cup title.
The game ended 1-1, but goalkeeper Miroslav Miller was the hero as he saved three penalties to ensure his side won 4-3 after the shoot-out.