FARSLEY Celtic Juniors have sealed the Yorkshire Amateur League Premier Division title with a divine nine victory leaving them uncatchable.

No side has managed to defeat Farsley this season and the side have only dropped points on two occasions with 17 wins in their 19 league games this season.

The champions secured top-spot with three games to spare and will become Invincibles if they avoid a loss in those final fixtures.

It was a 9-1 victory at third-from-bottom Wibsey that officially bagged Farsley the silverware.

The visitors led by four at the interval and were only met with some resistance come the second-half in the form of a Wibsey consolation.

Division top-scorer Louis Surtees took his total tally in the league and cup to 26 with a hat-trick for his side.

Both Danny Lyons and Craig Farrand weren't far behind with a brace each, added to by single strikes for Joe Firth and Andy Shields.

This marks Celtic's third Premier Division title and sees a return to glory after an out-of-sorts campaign last season where they finished fifth.

The tale that year was one of transition and injuries, which followed double title success in the two seasons prior.

Celtic's involvement in the Yorkshire Amateur League began in the 2011/12 campaign, debuting in Division One.

The cream has since risen right to the top and this year could be their best yet thanks to a single-mind approach to the season under the guidance of manager Barry Thirsk and coach Adam Thirsk.

In the 19 games so far, Celtic have managed 88 goals, but it is their defence that has impressed the most.

They have only let in a mere 11 league goals across the season, with the next closest, Leeds Medics & Dentists, having conceded nine more.

Now, the question remains whether the champions can take their campaign to the next level.

Celtic have Stanley United, Alwoodley and Leeds Medics & Dentists left to face in their quest for invincible status.