Buckie Thistle roared to their third Highland League title in seven years with a 9-0 demolition of Strathspey.
A 60/1 shot at the start of the season, the Jags ended a roller-coaster week with a flourish of attacking football.
Chris Angus notched four, John McLeod bagged a hat-trick while Kevin Fraser and Stuart Taylor rounded off the scoring.
The title success is the 11th in Buckie’s history, with fans treated to a devastating display in front of goal.
McLeod, Angus and Sam Urquhart took their collective tally up to 99 goals for the season, better than Barcelona trio Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.
After a possible points deduction was dismissed on Thursday night, it was the perfect way to end the season.
Buckie were boosted by the return of forward Urquhart, who recovered from injury to take a starting spot.
Strathspey fielded three trialists for the game as they looked to stifle the hosts from the off.
Ryan MacLeod fired over after taking down a long ball down well, catching the Buckie defence out.
But the match quickly settled into a rhythm of attack versus defence, with the visitors committing nine men back.
And it took just 10 minutes for the Jags to break the deadlock and take control of the title race one final time.
A wonderful cross from Urquhart was neatly controlled by Chris ANGUS, who slotted it under Michael MacCallum.
And as has been the case throughout the season, Buckie quickly notched a second.
ANGUS added a second three minutes later with a diving header from a great Kevin Fraser cross.
News of Cove’s lead against Lossie filtered around the ground but it counted for nothing as the Jags moved the ball around with ease.
FRASER made it three goals in six minutes, after McCallum parried Angus’ effort back out to the captain.
And ANGUS completed his hat-trick after 19 minutes to cap a remarkable early flurry.
The relentless Angus and strike partner John McLeod went close with headers as the hosts went for the throat.
While the initial wave of dominance subsided, Buckie continued to probe.
And despite the fact the result was already beyond doubt, Graeme Stewart was still patrolling the touchline, barking out instructions.
After 37 minutes, the Jags notched a fifth as McLEOD got his 44th goal of the season, lashing it past MacCallum.
The attacker stung the palms of MacCallum within the first minute of the second half as the hosts continued to push forward.
But McLEOD found the bottom-left net with a low right-footed drive eight minutes later to extend the lead.
The game was merely a procession but McLEOD finished off his hat-trick with a scuffed effort which trickled in just after the hour makr.
Duncan Lamont drew a save from Daniel Bell when he should have scored on a rare foray forward for Strathspey.
But the chances continued to flow towards the away goal, with everyone trying to get in the goalscoring act.
Buckie brought up their eighth with substitute Stuart TAYLOR tapping in after some good work down the right from McLeod.
ANGUS rattled in his fourth in similar style to make it 9-0 with 15 minutes to play.
Despite pushing for a 10th, no more goals were forthcoming with the final whistle met with cheers of adulation from the home support.
Buckie will now face Lowland League champions East Kilbride to potentially gain promotion to League Two.