Rounding off a history-making campaign with a fifth straight victory saw one north Essex side claim the final performance of the day award of the Thurlow Nunn League season.

It was a tense conclusion in the race for second place in division one south where Halstead Town and Coggeshall United both had a chance of finishing in the top two behind champions Hashtag United.

In the end, it was Coggeshall who held on to the spot they had held at the start of the day as a 0-0 draw at Hashtag coupled with an implosion from Halstead saw Cliff Akurang's side finish second in the table.

It may not be enough to earn them promotion, but it is a feather in their cap nonetheless in their first year at this level.

Halstead knew they had to better the Weavers' result to overhaul them, but fluffed their lines as they were poor in a 4-1 defeat by Wormley Rovers.

A crowd of 342 was at the Milbank Stadium, but the home fans only had Chris Harris's late goal to cheer as their team had to settle for third place.

Little Oakley signed off on a high as headed goals from Matt Green and Harry Mann gave them a 2-0 win against Newbury Forest and Harwich and Parkeston held on to fifth place with a 4-3 win against Burnham Ramblers.

A Ross James goal in the first-half allowed Wivenhoe Town to finish with a 1-1 draw at Benfleet and Braintree Town Reserves also had a 1-1 draw on the final day, against Hackney Wick at Cressing Road.

There was also a 1-1 draw for Brightlingsea Regent Reserves as they were pegged back late on at May & Baker and the single point they earned meant they were unable to escape the bottom two in the table on the final day.

Premier division clubs were also having their last action of the season and that's where the performance of the day award resides.

It wasn't at Brantham Athletic as they closed things out with a 3-0 home defeat by Wroxham, so it just leaves FC Clacton to pick up the final honour of a memorable campaign for the Seasiders.

Tom Austin's side had a 2-0 win at Gorleston for their fifth straight win and their sixth-place finish in the top-flight is the highest in FC Clacton history.

Jake Clowsley and Karl Andrade were on target for Clacton.

Meanwhile, Stanway Rovers closed out their debut Essex Senior League season with a 2-1 defeat at Hullbridge Sports, who captured the title with their victory.