Guisborough Town (A)
The season finally came to an end with a derby defeat at rivals Guisborough.
The Priorymen went into the game knowing a win would see them finish 3rd in the league, ahead of FA Vase finalists Morpeth and capitalised on a slow start by Marske, scoring twice in the opening seven minutes.
Marske dug in, despite having nothing to play for and got a goal back just before half-time when a firm challenge on halfway by Josh Myers saw the ball fly over everyone into the back of the Guisborough net.
Half-time saw everyone invited into committee suite as Mike Amos made a speech to mark the final league game of his 20-year spell as Northern League Chairman.
Marske enjoyed the lion's share of possession in the second half and were threatening to deny Guisborough victory but it was the hosts who scored next, against the run of play, after taking advantage of a mistake at the back to seal a 3-1 win.
Despite the scoreline, the travelling Seasiders fans were in fine voice throughout the match, singing along to songs played through a megaphone. After the game, manager Carl Jarrett was presented with a token of appreciation from the generous fans, eager to show their gratitude for all he has done for the club during the previous two seasons.