Algeria had double reason to celebrate at the close of the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball African Championships, with both the men's and women's teams retaining their titles with undefeated records in Sharm El Sheikh.
The men's gold medal match saw Algeria defeat hosts Egypt 10-1 to replicate their success from 2016.
All ten Algerian goals were scored courtesy of Samir Bellabouchet.
In the women's final the same countries again clashed with Algeria winning 12-2 in a repeat of last year's showpiece game.
There was again a ten-goal hero, with Beheta Benallou the nemesis of the Egyptians.
The first game of the final day was the men's bronze medal match between Morocco and Rwanda.
In their first meeting, Rwanda had won 10-4, but this time, after a 4-4 tie at half-time, the Moroccans kept up the pressure and won 10-6.
Morocco also won the women's bronze medals.
In the overall Championships, Bellabouchet scored 27 goals while in the women's Benallou bagged 40.
As a result of their success, the men's teams from Algeria and Egypt are through to the 2018 World Goalball Championships in Sweden.
The Algerian women's team caused controversy at the Rio 2016 Paralympics when they did not show up in time for their first two matches.
They were accused of not wanting to play against Israel, with which the country has no diplomatic relations.