Bingley Barca have won the Craven, Aire & Wharfe Junior League Under-12 A Division for the third straight season.
They clinched the crown with a 6-2 victory at Wilsden to pip Salts Lions by a point.
Bingley took the lead early with a Sam Brooks goal before Wilsden, after a sustained period of pressure, equalised through Josh Holdsworth.
Barca then took control with efforts from Sam Dixon and Sam Boldy, and in the second half Brooks completed his hat-trick and Boldy added to his rich vein of form by adding his second. Wilsden completed the scoring through George Beaumont.
Bingley can now look forward to fixtures in the League Cup and the Liam Daley Cup as they chase further silverware.
Westwood Dolphins drew 2-2 against Campion in an Under-11 League Cup third-round tie but won 4-3 on penalties to clinch a quarter-final against stablemates Westwood Jets.
BPA under-15s feel hard done by aftrer losing their Stevie Williams Cup group tie 2-0 to Albion Sports.
The poor pitch conditions did not suit BPA's passing game but they failed to convert a number of close-range chances in the first half, their man of the match Isaac Khan doing good work down the wing.
Albion managed to take the lead on a counter-attack and made it 2-0 later on against the run of play.
Shelf Juniors took their goal tally over 150 in league and cup by winning the Huddersfield RCD Junior League's Under-11 Division 5A title.
They beat Hall Green United 5-2 in a hard-fought match, despite missing a early penalty.
Shelf took control of the match, and goals from Lewis Fitzpatrick (3), Jordan Harrison and Josef Storer ensured victory, and a ten-point lead over Savile Town, who have played two fewer matches.
Dudley Hill Rangers' under-eights Blues had two men of the match in their 12-2 win over Burley B in the Keybury Alarms Youth League, Adam Morris and Luke Jeffreys not being able to be separated after scoring five each. Josh Whitford and Brody Pimperton also netted.
Rangers' under-eights Reds allowed Burley C to complete a league double, going down 2-1 despite a goal from man of the match Riley Wilson.
Joel Beaumont and Jodie Tiffany netted for Rangers' under-nines but they again paid for their pedestrian start in a 6-2 defeat to Albion Sports.
Rangers' under-tens travlled across the city to face Campion in their final league game of the season, and a goal in each half from Spencer Dunk and Rhys Hadley was enough to secure a 2-0 win in a good contest played in the right way.
The highlight of the game was the battle of the athletes, with Rangers' 'Mr Dependable' Karl Kwedi against Campion's Marlon Morris.