Manager John Sheran insists the hard work starts now as Cove Rangers go in search of promotion.
The Granite City outfit finished their Highland League campaign with a 2-1 win over Clachnacuddin at the Balmoral Stadium.
Scott Dunn put the Inverness side ahead, but second half goals from Hamish MacLeod and Jordon Brown won it for Cove.
After the game Sheran’s men were presented with the championship trophy. It has been a stellar season, with just one league defeat.
On Saturday they face Lowland League champions East Kilbride in the pyramid play-offs with the winner of the tie facing League Two’s bottom side for a place in the SPFL next term.
Sheran said: “We are really proud of that this season and we’ve finished with 93 points.
“I think that is the most we have ever managed in the Highland League so it’s really good to get that total.
“Overall it’s been a really pleasing so far for us, but the work starts now for us.
“We’re coming down to the stuff that really matters now in the play-offs.
“It was great to be at home on Saturday and get the league title.
“It was a bit of a family day with the players having their kids there and things like that.
“It was a real family occasion for everybody and it’s nice to be at our own ground and get presented with the league trophy.
“We enjoyed it, but we know we need to get back to work now in the play-offs.”
Some of Cove’s fringe players were given a chance to impress against Clach.
Sheran added: “It was one-way traffic for just about the whole game, but we didn’t manage to score. Then young Hamish came on with 20 minutes to go and managed to turn the game. It was encouraging to see him come on and do that.
“But we had no real complaints with the performance, it was just that we couldn’t get the goal.
“The important thing is that we kept going and kept going and got the result in the end.
“I think we are always looking for the guys who came in to impress.
“There were certainly some good performances on Saturday.
“But we’ll assess training and pick the side we feel is best suited to face East Kilbride after that.”