The Border Amateur League concluded its season on Saturday when two of the local sides were involved in matches which had a bearing on the final tables.
Pride of place went to Duns Amateurs, whose 5-0 home win over Peebles Rovers meant they finished runners-up in the C Division behind champions Tweedmouth Amateurs, who were unbeaten throughout the campaign.
In the B League, Eyemouth Amateurs played their final game at home to Langholm Legion, when a 3-2 victory for the visitors meant they leapfrogged Hawick Legion to clinch the title.
Meanwhile, in the A League, the only outstanding fixtures were those involving local sides Chirnside United and Greenlaw.
Chirnside went down 2-1 away to champions Leithen Rovers, whilst Greenlaw ended with a win, beating Stow 2-1 away from home.
On Thursday Greenlaw had gone down 4-1 at home to Leithen, a result which guaranteed Rovers the league crown.
Gordon also won 2-1, away to Stow, a result which meant the Berwickshire side eventually finished the season in third spot in the table.
Gordon have finished the season well, winning six of their last seven games.
But they had to come from behind to win this one, as the home side took the lead in the first half with a neat volley from a cross to the back post.
Gordon remained calm and hit back to equalise before half-time.
Against the wind in the second half the winner came in the very last minute when Kevin Utterson netted from a cutback by Craig Livingstone.