WYKE are celebrating another double after beating title rivals Ossett Trinity Tigers to secure the Yorkshire Men's League Division Two crown.

The Black and Whites won 16-14 at Ossett to make it 15 wins out of 15 games in a memorable season in which they have already won the Jack Senior Memorial Cup.

Having also lifted the Bradford ARL knockout trophy last year - and finished top of Division Four - it represents a remarkable spell of success for Wyke.

In front of a large crowd, Ossett took the lead with a penalty before the visitors eventually broke the Tigers line to score through James Cullen, who had moved into the centre after an early injury to Brad Peel.

Brad Clarkson slotted over the conversion but then had to come off after a high shot which saw Willie Woodhead come on for his debut.

Woodhead, along with Nathan Marchant and Charles Grocock, were in fine form in the middle and ensured Wyke went into the break 6-2 up.

A high kick was taken by Jimmy Waine, who broke the line to put Wyke on the front foot after the break. Man of the match Jordan Payton fed Calvin Barker, who went 50 metres and rounded the full back to give his side an eight-point cushion.

Ossett's impressive hooker dived over to put the Tigers back within two points but his counterpart Coby Kittsen fired a pass to giant wingman Cameron Foster, who acrobatically dived in at the corner.

Payton added the extras but Ossett hit back with a classy move, the ball going through four pairs of hands before their full back touched down.

The hosts threw everything at Wyke but, with Jimmy Waine cleaning everything up at the back and the forwards, now lead by Oscar Woodhead, holding firm, the visitors clinched victory.

Wyke coach Ian Wormald said: “Since coming back into the coaching role at Wyke we have gone from a team who were looked upon as easy targets, to a team that is winning games, winning cups and winning leagues.

"I believe this is now the most successful Wyke side in the modern era and, with great players coming through the ranks and quality players joining from outside, I believe we have a lot more to win with this group of players."

Chairman John Rayner added: "This is a fantastic achievement for Wyke ARLFC and I would like to congratulate the open age playing squad and backroom staff on what has been an amazing season.

"To do the league and Bradford Cup double two years in a row is unheard of at Wyke, and as we enter into our 130th year of existence as a club, we need to use these last couple of years as a catalyst to propel Wyke to its rightful place at the forefront of amateur rugby league in Bradford."