Tuesday was a day of celebration at Mariners Park as South Shields defeated Willington 5-1 before lifting the Ebac Northern League Division Two title.

A crowd of 1,013 saw Shields win in what was their final home game of the season, with goals from Martyn Coleman, Daryll Hall, Warren Byrne, Barrie Smith and Robert Briggs securing the points.

Below is a selection of images from the game, captured by Peter Talbot. They can also be viewed in full here: In Pictures – South Shields 5-1 Willington. If you had a picture taken with the trophy and would like to be added to the gallery, please send it into us via Twitter, Facebook or by sending it via email to daniel.prince@southshieldsfc.co.uk

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Crowd favourite Barrie Smith declared himself “chuffed” after scoring a stunning goal in South Shields’ final home game of the season on Tuesday.

Smith’s goal helped the Mariners to a 5-1 win over Willington, and after the match, he and his team-mates lifted the league championship trophy at Mariners Park.

In the video above, he discusses his emotions, and the goal.

VIDEO: Daniel Prince. STILL IMAGE: Peter Talbot.

Defender Lewis Galpin paid tribute to South Shields physio Andrew Morris after making his comeback from a broken leg in the 5-1 win over Willington at Mariners Park.

Galpin had not played since suffering the injury in November, but was introduced as a second half substitute in what was Shields’ final home game of the season.

In the video above, he discusses how he felt, and how pleased he was to return before the summer.

He also talks about the work put in with Morris, and how much he has helped him during his months on the sidelines.

VIDEO: Daniel Prince. STILL IMAGE: Peter Talbot.