The last remaining league titles were won as the DDYFA season nears it completion.
Here’s how the action went down:
Fairmuir picked up a 6-1 win over Dundee West in the DS Rennie League. Mark Ross scored twice with Rhys Ross, Josh Robertson, Kyle Smith and Dylan Patullo also notching for the East Region Cup finalists.
Celtic Boys and Forfar Boys played out a 2-2 draw that sees the sides finish second and third respectively.
Monifieth were crowned G Taylor League champions as they beat Broughty United 7-1. Aidan Lorente scored a hat trick with Elliott McCafferty, Ruari McQuillan and Dylan Ferguson also on target as Monifieth completed the domestic clean sweep.
Ryley Duncan’s hat trick put Dundee West on course for a third-place finish as they beat Celtic Boys 4-2. Lewis Hutton also netted with Zak Benmalek and Dylan Young scoring for Celtic. Riverside beat Broughty Panthers by the same score.
A hat trick from Jake Grady handed Fairmuir the Maryfield League title as they came from 3-1 down to be crowned champions.
Fairmuir had the edge in the title race going into the match with a draw enough for them to secure the title, while Dryburgh knew that only a win would see them retain their crown.
Ryan Smith put Dryburgh ahead, but Grady levelled the tie before half time with a curling effort.
Quickfire goals from Jack McKellican and Aaron Flynn put Dryburgh 3-1 to the good, but Fairmuir responded through Grady and Rory Jagusinski.
When Flynn brought down Grady in the box, the striker had the chance to complete the comeback, and he made no mistake as he emphatically dispatched the penalty to clinch the title for Fairmuir.
Ferry Athletic beat St Murdochs 3-2.