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Campion champions after sprint finish
Campion Reserves finally clinched the West Riding County Amateur League Division Two title with a 4-0 home victory over West Horton.
A second-half hat-trick from Jordan Aird and one from Aaron Metcalf secured the points to leave Albion Sports – who had set the pace for most of the season – having to settle for the runners-up spot.
Tyersal had been the front-runners in the Premier Division for more than half the season before being overtaken by champions Ovenden West Riding, and they were even denied the runners-up spot following Kirkburton’s 3-0 win at Lower Hopton.
The maximum saw them move two points ahead of Tyersal in second place, although Bay Athletic – who have three games left to play – could still finish up second.
They were held to a 3-3 draw at home to Brighouse Town at the weekend.
With Wibsey relegated, who joins them is still open.
Brighouse Town have three games left to pick up the two points needed to avoid finishing in the second relegation place.
Lower Hopton, who have finished their fixtures, can only sit and watch as Littletown – who are presently in the relegation spot – have two home games against Wibsey and Bay Athletic to secure their place in the top flight for next season.
Lepton Highlanders picked up the Division One Cup when they beat Tingley Athletic 4-1 at AFC Emley last Friday to complete the double, having already won the Division One title.
Salts, who clinched the Division One runners-up spot with victory at Halifax Irish last Wednesday, completed their season with a 4-4 home draw against Hunsworth.
Overthorpe, who have one game to play, will finish third after beating Wakefield City 4-3.
The Division Two/Three Cup final between Albion Sports and Ovenden West Riding Reserves will be replayed on Thursday at Campion’s Manningham Mills ground (6.30pm).
The final was called to a halt due to fading light last Thursday, with the scores 1-1 after 90 minutes.