THE results of Golcar United's West Riding County Amateur League matches against Littletown have been voided as the latter fielded an ineligible player in both games.

Littletown won the contests 4-0 and 1-0 but if United win the re-arranged games at Littletown tomorrow and on Saturday at Golcar they will pip Salts, who have completed their fixtures, for the title.

Salts are on 50 points, while Golcar, who have three matches left, can finish on 54, but even one win against Littletown may be enough.

Wakefield City could not raise a team for the matches at home to Golcar United last Wednesday and at Steeton on Saturday, and it is expected that their opponents will receive three points under rule 10 (F) (i) for failing to fulfil a fixture.

Meanwhile, Steeton Reserves have matched their first team by lifting Keighley & District silverware.

The first team defeated Silsden Whitestar 2-1 in the Keighley & District FA Challenge Cup final a week last Friday, and the same clubs met in the Keighley & District FA Supplementary Cup final.

Steeton trailed 2-0 in that before recovering to win 6-3 courtesy of Will Knight (2), Greig Hudson, Brannan Lawn, Andy Howland and Casey Dowthwaite.

Campion brought their league season to a conclusion with a 5-2 home defeat against Littletown, whose marksmen were Joe Jagger (2, including a penalty), Jordan Butland, Carl Wheatley and Mat Thompson.

Replying for Campion, who have played seven league matches, a League Cup semi-final and a Bradford & District FA Saturday Cup final within the past three weeks, were Josh Finan and Jahro Parchment.

However, Campion's season is not done as they face Steeton in the Premier Division Cup final on Friday at Brighouse Town (7.30).

Lower Hopton – last season's Premier Division champions – finished seventh this time around after a 3-2 home defeat against Route One Rovers, who are nailed on for fourth.