Grantham Town manager Matt Chatfield is already planning pre-season training following on from their successful final game of the season.
Grantham Town's final game in the NPL Premier Division – for now – saw the relegated Gingerbreads defeat second placed South Shields.
Grantham Town go into their final game of the season against South Shields at The Meres on the back of a four-point haul over the Easter weekend.
The Arrows endured their second tough game in three days and came out on top.
It was honours even for the second time this season in the Lincolnshire Derby on Easter Monday.
Harrowby United travelled to champions Kimberley again depleted, with at least eight first team players missing through various reasons on Saturday.
Grantham Town recorded a well-deserved late season victory at a sun-drenched Meres stadium on Saturday.
Saturday’s visit to league leaders Buxton ended with the Gingerbreads confirmed as finishing the season at the foot of the league table.
"The day that everyone knew was coming, but never wanted to happen," was how Grantham manager Matt Chatfield described Saturday's fall from grace.
A football match raising money for a Crohns and Colitis charity is set to take place tonight.
Harrowby United welcomed Clifton All Whites to Dickens Road, looking to improve on performances of late.
The end of the Gingerbreads' 10-year stay in the Northern Premier League Premier Division was confirmed with defeat at Stafford Rangers on Saturday.
Grantham Town’s remaining hopes of avoiding relegation were dealt a serious blow against Whitby Town on Saturday when they suffered a 2-0 defeat.
The Arion Grantham and District Sunday Football League Premier Division Cup Final was contested on Sunday.
Harrowby United welcomed Aylestone Park to Dickens Road on Saturday, the visitors looking for a result to consolidate their play-off ambitions.