Mauchline FC's 2010s team were crowned deserved league winners at the weekend following an unbeaten league campaign.

They secured the North Ayrshire Soccer Association (NASA) league title by beating Dean Thistle 4-2 on Sunday afternoon.

Cumnock Chronicle: Champions!Champions! (Image: Submitted)

Several of the team's players have been together right up through the age groups, from fun fours, all the way to 11-a-side games and eventual invincible champions.

Manager Garry Clark saw his team draw just one league match during their 20-game campaign as they won the league by a 12-point margin ahead of nearest challengers Crosshouse.

Cumnock Chronicle: Mauchline 2010s.Mauchline 2010s. (Image: Submitted)

Mauchline will be looking at making it a double this year when they play the semi-final of the league cup in two weeks' time.

It could make for a historic season for football in Mauchline, as the town's amateur side aim to secure the Ayrshire Amateur Division two title.

Mauchline has a rich footballing history, with organised football in the town being traced all the way back to 1873 and the founding of the original Mauchline FC.

Playing at Connel Park in the village, the original club played in the senior Scottish Cup from 1875 until 1886, hosting many giants of the game, including Queen’s Park, Rangers, Hibernian and Renton.

The modern day legends will be looking to add more silverware to the town's collection before the end of the season.