Eleven Arrows retained their Premiership status after beating United Stars 2-0 at the Kuisebmund Stadium on Saturday.
Peter Ngwenya gave them the lead just before halftime when he slammed in a loose ball in a goalmouth scramble.
Enrico Hoebeb sealed their victory with a great individual goal midway through the second half when he beat three defenders on a solo run.
United Stars’ defeat saw them finishing second last on the log, to be relegated along with Hotspurs to the first division.
Hotspurs, who were already relegated, let slip an early lead to lose 3-1 to Blue Waters at the Khomasdal Stadium.
Richard Kavendji gave Hotspurs an early lead but Hendrik Somseb equalised before Forra Jaua gave Blue Waters a 2-1 lead at halftime. Somseb scored his second goal after the break as Blue Waters ran out comfortable winners, to finish fourth on the log on 34 points.
League champions Black Africa completed their season on a winning note by beating Civics 1-0 at the Independence Stadium in Windhoek.
Jerome Louis scored the winner midway through the second half when he ran onto a throughpass to score from close range.
The result sees Black Africa winning the league with 55 points, which included 17 wins, 4 draws and only one defeat.
Civics remained second on 38 points to win the N$400 000 second place prize.
African Stars finished third on 35 points after drawing 1-1 with Tigers at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, to claim the N$200 000 third place prize.
Ikuaterua Tjozongoro gave Stars the lead but Pineas Jacob equalised for Tigers from the penalty spot in the final quarter of the game.
At the Ramblers Stadium Ramblers beat Orlando Pirates 3-1 after the teams were tied at 1-1 at halftime.
Randall Goagoseb gave Ramblers an early lead but Frans de Muinda equalised for Pirates before the break.
Pirates’ challenge however faded in the second half as further goals by Larry Horaeb and Simon Shikokola gave Ramblers a 3-1 victory.
At the SKW Stadium SKW and Mighty Gunners played yo a goalless draw.
In a lacklustre game, Gunners’ striker Harold Ochurub came close in the dying stages only to be denied by a brilliant save by Charles Uirab.
The Top Goal Scorer of the Year award is shared by Black Africa striker Jerome Louis and Hotspurs striker Richard Kavendji after they both scored in their final matches to finish on 12 goals each.