The Slovenian team also dominated the second competition in Kranj. After the hosts took the first six spots on Saturday, five of them were on top in Sunday's competition.
The best of a very strong team was once again Peter Prevc, who captured his second win with 106 m and 109 m and a total of 245.0 points. Like already on the day before the second place went to his younger brother Cene, who scored 236.2 points with his jumps on 104.5 m and 112 m.
Miran Zupancic, fifth on Saturday, could improve his result and took the third place on the podium with 106 m and 102 m (233.9 points). The fourth and fifth place went to Andraz Pograjc and Tomaz Naglic.
Best jumper of the international field was Germany's Danny Queck in sixth and he was followed by the next Slovenes. Matjaz Pungertar finished seventh, the only 15-year-old Domen Prevc achieved his first Top 10 result in his second COC competition and provided an outstanding result for the Prevc family on their home hill.
Young French Ronan Lamy Chappuis showed a good performance and came in ninth, Jure Sinkovec (10th) was the eighth athlete of the hosting team who could finish among the best ten in the final competition of the weekend in Kranj.
The longest jump of the day was shown by Daniel Wenig of Germany with 113 m in the second round, but he was not able to stand this jump and so he finished only 26th.
After the first two of 14 COC competitions this summer, Peter Prevc leads the overall ranking with the maximum of 200 points, followed by Cene Prevc (180 points) and Andraz Pograjc (110 points).