The season finale took place at Borough Briggs this week when Elgin City took on Clachnacuddin Under 20's.
For Elgin, a special night lay in store for them with the trophy presentation following the game and also a moment to reflect on two special years for the squad, the home side came out 3-0 winners with both teams playing good football.
Elgin City manager Gavin Price and Clachnacuddin boss Brian McLeod certainly give youth a chance and both men were in attendance for this one, with Elgin 20's coach Robbie Hope fielding players that have been given appearances in League 2 this campaign. Experienced forward Scott Dunn played for Clach.
On 15 minutes, it was 1-0 after a fantastic ball came into the danger zone which was met by James McGowan who headed the ball superbly into the net past Ben Bremner to open the scoring for City. McGowan has featured a few times in the 20's for Elgin and has always put in a professional performance.
Three minutes later, it was 2-0 after Aiden Sopel was fouled inside the area. Sopel didn't score on the night, however he showed how good he is with some quality movement and touches.
Moray Taylor stepped up to dispatch the spot-kick; he's been playing in the Highland League with Lossiemouth this campaign and looks to have developed his game that bit further.
Clachnacuddin improved as the half wore on and had a few chances before half time, a good ball by Calum Black found Dunn who then had a tame effort at Oliver Kelly, Ali Gillies also had a chance which went over.