Silsden clinched the County Amateur League Championship with a 0-0 draw at home to Otley Town.

Keeper Martin Foulger had to pull off a penalty save to keep their unbeaten cup and league record alive -- and they go into the League Cup final tonight (Friday) with the chance of lifting their fifth trophy of the season.

On top of the league championship they have already won the Charity Shield, Keighley Cup and County Challenge Cup.

They only game the have lost all season was when they represented the West Riding FA against the East Riding at the start of the season.

Tonight's game is against fourth placed Wibsey at Brighouse Town's ground (kick-0ff 7.15).

"Our only injury is to Jimmy Spencer and the Bland twins are not 100 per cent, but they will all be fit to play," said manager Andy Geary.

He added: "Saturday's game against Otley Town wasn't a classic, which was disappointing because there was a big crowd down to watch. The lads knew they only needed a point, we were rather lethargic and just couldn't finish."

The only league game still to play is between Keighley Shamrocks and Ardsley Celtic in Division One to be played at Keighley tomorrow (Saturday).