Goldenhill Amateurs have rounded off an incredible season in the club’s history by finishing with a 100 per cent record in the league.

The title-winners, who also reached the Scottish Amateur Cup Final at Hampden and won the League Cup this year, beat Motherwell Thistle 5-1, to secure their 16th win out of 16 in the Premier division of the Scottish Amateur Football League.

Manager Stevie Dock said: “It is a remarkable achievement winning all of our games in the league, the boys have done really well.

“I think we are the only amateur team in Scotland to win all of our league games. One or two others drew a couple.

“It was a good, solid performance in the last game and Thistle only got a goal with the last kick of the ball. We dominated from start to finish.”

Daniel Gibson and Paul O’Donnell both bagged a brace in the final encounter of the season, while Jamie Gallagher also found the net as the side posted a final tally of 55 goals for and just nine against in the league. The goal also brings Gallagher’s personal count to an incredible 76 goals for the season across all competitions.

The prolific scorer, who started with Goldenhill Boys Club when he was seven years old and has been with Gowdie for 18 seasons, was rewarded for his form last Friday as he picked up the Player of the Year gong at the club’s annual end of season awards.

The Players’ Player of the Year Prize, however, went to fellow stand-out Scott McGuire, who made his debut for the Scottish Amateur team against Northern Ireland last term and has just returned from Slovenia where he played two games for the national team.

Dock added: “Jamie has been good all season and racked up an unbelievable amount of goals. I don’t think anyone has ever matched that tally since the club was founded in 1976.

“He’s got a good team roundabout him to create chances and he always puts himself in a position to score.

“Scott has also been phenomenal. We have had a couple of players go for training sessions (with Scotland), but not make the final cut, so he’s the first player from Goldenhill to be selected for the final squad.”

Gallagher will remain part of the squad next season, but McGuire has unfortunately now left the club after penning a deal with Colville Park - a development which Dock admits is a blow.

But despite the setback, the Gowdie gaffer is pleased that most of last season’s successful squad are staying and says he hopes to add to their number in the coming weeks.

He explained: “It’s going to be hard next season because a lot of teams will want to upset us because of the season we’ve had.

“We are looking to strengthen in a few areas and get players in to make us stronger, as we know it is going to be harder."