WYKE have completed their Yorkshire Men's League Division Two fixtures with a 100 per cent record.

The Black and Whites won 22-10 at neighbours Keighley Albion to make it a fantastic 17 wins from 17 matches.

The table-toppers rested seven first-team regulars ahead of their upcoming home play-off semi-final but their strength in depth shone through.

Wyke started strongly and had three chances but a big hit on half-back Gary Worley seemed to galvanise the hosts and they went into a 10-0 lead down the slope.

After the second Albion try, Wyke finally got going up the hill and when Brad Clarkson found Calvin Barker out wide, the outstanding centre beat three players to score. Clarkson kicked the conversion to reduce the deficit to 10-6 at half-time.

Wyke started the second period well but, with the light fading, could not finish any efforts and appeared to drop the ball every time the line was at their mercy. Eventually, they were shown the way by outstanding junior Callum Scott, who went through three would-be tacklers to dive over from acting half. Clarkson added the extras and Wyke took the lead for the first time.

With the visitors' pack now getting a foothold through Jonny Fawthrop and Alec Williams, second row forward Willie Woodhead scored out wide after great work by Barker and the impressive Scott.

Keighley kept going and put pressure on the Wyke line but, with Charles Grocock and Brad Peel in fine form, there was no way through.

The visitors blasted down field as Woodhead went in for his brace to finish off Wyke’s invincible campaign.

Coach Ian Wormald said: “We made a lot of changes and still came to third in the league and took the points. I thought Callum Scott had the biggest impact on the game with him breaking the deadlock.

"This is new territory for Wyke going unbeaten in a season and doubling up on the league and cup.

"I think a lot of credit needs to go to the rest of the open age coaching staff, as our strength in depth is down to the team we have coaching now.

"I’d also like to thank everyone involved in any role in the club as we are the end of a production line and, whether they do the kitchen, are part of the committee, coach a junior side, do first aid, organise an events or any of the many other roles, they all should share in this success. Thank you on behalf of the open age coaching team."