Our season ended on something of a high at First Team level - thanks to an excellent win over outgoing champions Sculcoates Amateurs - but for our County League teams it was a disappointing finale; both finishing bottom of their respective divisions.
I went to watch the Reserves in their last game of the season at Howden Amateurs, a side that can go on to win the title should they continue the impressive run they're currently on. Since finally getting back on to their Ashes Park pitch after drainage problems had left them with over half their fixtures to play in the space of two months, Howden have won nine out of ten games and at kick-off time on Saturday required just three more victories to clinch a first Premier Division championship.
As it was their "dream" should have been over inside the opening quarter. Our Reserves belied their lowly positon to completely dominate the early stages and only the brilliance of the home keeper (plus the post and fortunate goal-line block) kept us out.
Sure enough our failure to convert this superiority into goals was duly punished at the other end - twice - before half-time and despite Jim Hollingsworth's second half strike the Stiffs were bound for defeat and with it a bottom place finish.
So both our County League squads will prepare for relegation over the summer. Although the Reserves may well be saved by the current shortage of clubs in the top-flight and possible promotion of the champions to the Humber Premier League.
As to who those champions might be, it's the best finish to a Premier Division campaign in years. Current leaders Beverley Town finished their campaign three weeks ago and can do nothing but wait and see whether their 38pts will be enough.