The Jamhuri Kihwelu-coached side amassed 41 points in 29 appearances which is unassailable by Stand United who have been featuring in the league for the second successive season now.
Mwadui, have won eleven matches, same as Stand United but have lost fewer games than Stand United in the process.
Mwadui lost ten games ahead of their final match against Kagera Sugar to wind up the season. The diamond miners have drawn eight as contrasted to four of their rivals to stay sixth-placed in the standings table.
Stand United with French coach Patrick Liewig at their midst incredibly lost a penultimate round match to relegation-haunted Kagera Sugar over the weekend to halt their otherwise good head to head run with Mwadui.
Mwadui stamped their ultimate authority over Stand United in their maiden season as they wrapped up comprehensive 2-1 goals victory in both derbies.
Both teams are safe from relegation shockwaves and will thus feature in the next season’s Mainland premier soccer league as well.
Mwadui will end up the season still reigning suopreme over Stand United even if they lose their final league game against strugglers Kagera Sugar next weekend.