All of the league winners and runners-up have now been decided in the Frames Conservatories Direct Bury Sunday League, writes Ian Friend.
Tostock stunned Division One champions Gym United 3-2 with goals from Nathan Thompson, Steve Fenner and Sam Diaper on Sunday.
Walsham were unable to raise a team in Division Two, therefore Cockfield were awarded the points.
That did not affect things at the top as Cockfield had already won the league with Lucky Break runners-up.
Club Brazilia won 3-2 at Chedburgh and Mildenhall High Town were 8-3 victors at Garboldisham.
Coldham Hall clinched the Division Three title with a 5-1 triumph at Elmswell.
Great Whelnetham finish the season as runners-up, while Horringer Social Club secured third with a 6-3 win against 10-man Lavenham.
Josh Cornish netted a brace, which was added to by strikes from Reece Clarke, Max Willsher, Matt Lebbon, and Luke Brown.
Horringer’s attentions turn to the Division Three Knockout Cup final at Ram Meadow on May 11 against champions Coldham Hall (1pm).
In Division Four, champions Occold were 1-0 winners at home to runners-up Great Barton, while Rougham and Moreton Hall won a point each with a 2-2 draw.
This weekend, Gym play Kitcheners in the final of the Suffolk Sunday Cup at Humber Doucy Lane, the home of Ipswich Wanderers, while Bury Town’s Ram Meadow ground hosts the Days Sportswear Division Four Cup final between Abbotts 08 and Danepak (3pm).
The Floodlit Cup final is at Ram Meadow on Tuesday (7.30pm).