By Tom Adams
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Mark van Bommel signed off in style at the Philips Stadion in a 4-2 win over Feyenoord.An exciting match saw Mark van Bommel wave goodbye to the Philips Stadion in the perfect manner as he scored in PSV's 4-2 defeat of Feyenoord.
The Dutch international is set to leave De Eredivisie in the summer, and played a key role in Eindhoven's last home game of the season.
Dirk Kuyt twice pegged back strikes from Ibrahim Affelay and Jan Venegoor of Hesselink before van Bommel struck back immediately.
Affelay grabbed his second on 71 minutes as PSV hammered home their status as champions against a beleaguered away side.
Ajax ended Vitesse's hopes of snatching a Uefa Cup place as they claimed a good 2-0 away victory.
The Amsterdam side had Zdenek Grygera and Rafael van der Vaart to thank as they struck twice in the second period.
Herenveen booked their place in Europe after a nervy finish to their 2-1 win over FC Groningen.
The away side struck in each half to take a two goal lead through Daniel Berg Hestad and Klaas Huntelaar, although Groningen set up a tight finish when Danny Buijs scored with quarter of an hour to go.
De Graafschap remain rooted to the bottom with the prospect of automatic relegation looming after their 3-0 defeat at Nijmegen.
The home side ran out comfortable winners thanks to Bart van den Eede and a brace freom Said Boutahar.
However Den Bosch remain equal bottom as they fell 2-0 to RKC Waalwijk.
Maarten Martens and Thomas Vermaelen both netted in the second half to see the home side through.
AZ Alkmaar showed none of the ability that has taken them to such an impressive season to date as they crashed 3-0 at Twente Enschede.
Jason Culina and Blaise N'kufo scored in a ten minute spell before Daniel Majstorovic added the third in injury time.
ADO Den Haag finished the season in emphatic fashion as they trounced NAC Breda 6-2 at Mandemakers.
Breda took an early lead through Yuri Cornelisse but four goals before the break from Jamie Smith, Tom van der Leegte, Roy Stroeve and Sjaak Polak saw ADO burst into a comfortable lead.
A quieter second half saw Jan Saeijs and Gert den Ouden add to the rout before Julian Jenner hit back despite the away side seeing Arne Slot dismissed.
RBC left it late to beat Roda JC, although they eventually prevailed 3-1 winners at De Luiten.
Jesper Hakansson opened the scoring although was pegged back by Cisse Sekou - although Hakansson and Danny Guyt both netted in the final quarter of an hour to seal the victory.
In a midtable clash with nothing at stake Willem II claimed pride with a 3-0 win at Utrecht.
Tom Caluwe seized the initiative for his side before Martijn Reuser grabbed a 20 minute brace in the second half.
Click below for individual match summaries
ADO Den Haag 6-2 NAC
Groningen 1-2 Heerenveen
Twente 3-0 AZ Alkmaar
Utrecht 0-3 Willem II
NEC 3-0 De Graafschap
PSV 4-2 Feyenoord
RBC 3-1 Roda JC
RKC 2-0 Den Bosch
Vitesse 0-2 Ajax