The curtains were drawn last Sunday on this seasonâ€™s the Ghana Premier League with Wa All Stars crowned champions for the first time in the history of the club.
The Northerners were presented with a sparkling Premier League Trophy in Sekondi after their last game with relegated Hasaacas.
Though the champions surprisingly lost 3-0 to Hasaacas on final day, their excitement and jubilations were not affected as they it was all wild cheers from supporters of the club doing the presentation ceremony.
That was certainly reflective of a club that has made history as the first club from the northern part of Ghana to win the Ghana Premier League.
All Stars would also represent the country in next yearâ€™s CAF Champions League with hopes of making another history at the continental stage.
There were also individual players who made it count on final day to walk away with some glory as Liberty Professionals star Latif Blessing won the Ghana Premier League Goal King title after hitting a hat trick on final day.
Blessing finished the league with 17 goals while his closest contenders, Yahaya Mohammed of Aduana Stars and Medeamaâ€™s Kweku Donsu netted 15 goals.
It was also a sad day for Techiman City who were also relegated after losing 4-0 to regional rivals Berekum Chelsea.
They have been thrown back into lower division after just a season at the top flight and would be joined by already relegated New Edubiase United and Hasaacas.
Medeama SC following a 3-3 draw with AshantiGold secured a top four spot to move Kumasi Asante Kotoko to the fifth position while Accra Hearts of Oak also defeated New Edubiase 3-1 for the third position behind Aduana Stars.
The results for Week 30 include:
Hasaacas 3-0 Wa All Stars
Dreams FC 0-2 Ebusua Dwarfs
Berekum Chelsea 4-0 Techiman City
Liberty Professionals 3-1 Bechem United
Aduana Stars 1-1 Inter Allies
New Edubiase 1-3 Hearts of Oak
Medeama 3-3 AshGold
Kotoko 2-1 WAFA
The Top Scores Chart:
1.Â Â Â Â Â Â Latif Blessing (Liberty Professionals)- 17
2.Â Â Â Â Â Â Mohammed Yahaya (Aduana Stars) and Donsu Kwesi(Medeama)-15
3.Â Â Â Â Â Â Tetteh Abednego (Bechem United)-13
4.Â Â Â Â Â Â Adjei Bright(Aduana)-12
5.Â Â Â Â Â Â Dauda Cosmos (Hearts of Oak)-11
6.Â Â Â Â Â Â Mumuni Shafiu(AshantiGold)-10
7.Â Â Â Â Â Â Adams Saddick (Berekum Chelsea) and Boateng Frederick (Inter Allies)-9
8.Â Â Â Â Â Â Bekoe Eric(Hasaacas)/ Lukman Bright(Dwarfs)/Richard Arthur (All Stars)/Mohammed Dauda (Asante Kotoko)/Amos Frimpong(Kotoko) and Agbegniedan Komlana(WAFA)-8