Aduana Stars made history by winning the Ghana Premier League at their first attempt in the top flight on the final day of competition on Wednesday.
Aduana beat Arsenals 1-0 at home to oust then leaders AshantiGold which stuttered 0-1 at the Golden City Park to Bechem Chelsea.
The Dormaa-Ahenkro based team are tied on 53 points with AshGold but claimed their first league silverware on the head-to-head rule.
Aduana Stars become the ninth club to win the Ghana Premier League in its 54-year-old history.
Great Olympics were relegated for the third time in five years after a 5-1 defeat to Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara Stadium.
Kotoko fought back to end the season in fifth place in a troubled campaign.
Hearts of Oak produced an eleven-goal thriller against 10-man Heart of Lions at the Ohene Djan Stadium with the latter winning 6-5.
Lions finished one point behind Hearts in fourth place to earn a place in the Caf Confederation Cup.
Relegated Hasaacas lost infront of their home fans in a 2-1 reverse to Real Tamale United who needed victory to survive.
Eleven Wise wave goodbye to the top flight with a one-all at the Wa All Stars.
Kessben FC rallied to beat King Faisal 2-1 at the Anane Boateng Stadium; New Edubiase beat Liberty Professionals 1-0 to retain their premiership slot.