TC Plastics secured the Second Division title with their victory away to Hendon.
They ran out 5-2 winners after Josh Farquhar grabbed a hat-trick, backed by strikes from sub Luke Conlin and Mark Catcheside, while Anthony Powell was man of the match.
Hendon had Montgomery and Reay on target with consolations. Lee Owens stood out for Hendon.
A Dean Machin hat-trick got Ryhope Railway Inn the points in a 5-2 success against New Town to finish their season in style.
Whelam and McConville increased the lead and Charlie Salicki replied with a double.
The Victory Club demolished hapless The Dolphin 10-1 in a totally one sided game.
Rob Calvert (4), sub Greg Davison (3), Ben Stores, Mark MacDonald and an own goal gave Victory Club the spoils, while Jonny Martin hit Dolphin’s consolation goal.
James Smiles stood out for Victory, while Wayne Davis was Dolphin’s top performer.
Jolly Potters rallied back to earn a 4-4 draw against The Stumble Inn. Paul Webster hit a treble and Anthony Rivers hit the fourth to cancel out Stumble’s quartet.
Craig Neal, Chris Trewhitt and Paymon Farhang all netted as Washington New Tavern beat AFC Wearside 3-1.
Earlier, Jolly Potters had Paul Webster fire a treble, followed by strikes from Baker and Dodd, to secure a 5-1 win at Free Gardeners Arms to help their push to finish as runners-up. Craig Gordon replied for Gardeners.
The Stumble Inn took advantage of a poor, depleted Hendon side and ran out easy 4-0 winners. Charlton, Robson, Antliff and Gordon all found the net, with Carrick top man for the visitors.
Ryhope CW went goal crazy against Wear United in Division Four as they fired nine past the hapless keeper.
Anthony Brooke, Brent Brooke, Dan Pattison all hit braces and then Storey, Smart and Hutchinson rounded off the scoring. Sheriff replied for Wear, but the goal of the game was from United’s Michael Smith, whose Beckhamesque free-kick found the top corner with ease to finish the scoring.
Millfield Oddies shocked Victoria Gardens by taking an early lead through Saunders.
To make matters worse, star man Kev Humble saw red. But Victoria Gardens proved why they are soon to be champions by rallying strongly and goals from Lonsdale and Callum Hope (2), including a sublime free-kick, ensured all three points.
Martin Hope was in clinical form and scored four goals as Hendon Athletic romped home 7-0 at Westmount.
Bri Carter and Dan Clark shone throughout for Hendon and had a hand in the next goals. Shaun Graham grabbed a double and Richie Timm ended the scoring with a well-taken finish.
McKenzie and Parnaby shone for Westmount
East Rainton continued their winning streak with a convincing 7-0 defeat of Woodlands.
Olly Hotchkiss was in impeccable form and finished the game with a well-taken double, Juma Tatah, Craig Hennis and Lee Gaunt increased the scoreline before Carl Longstaff replied for Woodlands. It was then left to Dan Gardner and Callum Fletcher to finish the game off. Cameron Arthurs shone for Woodlands.