Old Bank WMC notched-up a league victory and won the Wakefield and District League Division 2 League Cup in a successful weekend of action.
A 4-1 home win over Horbury Town ended Bank’s Division 2 season, finishing third in the league, before they defeated Altofts in the Division 2 League Cup final.
Extra time was needed to separate the teams but it was Bank who netted the decisive goal in a 3-2 victory.
Division 1 champions FC Gawthorpe ended their campaign in fine style, defeating Wortley 7-2.
The comprehensive victory completes an unbeaten season for Gawthorpe, who won 17 of their 18 games and drew the other.
Dewsbury Rangers OB, who finished fourth, lost out 4-1 in their home game against second-placed Prince of Wales. Gareth Smith netted Rangers’ consolation.
In the Premier Division. Thornhill FC went down 8-2 at home to Fieldhead Hospital.
In Division 3, lowly Dewsbury Rangers OB Reserves lost 2-1 at Snydale Athletic Reserves with Louis Martin on target.
Bradford secured the Spen Valley League Premier title with a 3-1 win over Vision on Saturday.
In Division 1, BD3 United Reserves drew 2-2 with Savile United and Inter Batley lost 4-1 to Ravensthorpe Bulls, with Ashraf Navsarka on target for the hosts.
Bulls Head Dewsbury sank to a 3-0 reverse at Fairbank United Reserves and Heckmondwike Sports drew 2-2 at Norfolk courtesy of Jacob Hirst’s double.
Fixtures, Saturday, May 11 - Premier: Marsh v BD3 Utd.
Division 1: ALC v Savile Utd, Fairbank Utd Res v Ravensthorpe Bulls; Howden Clough v Bulls Head Dewsbury; Inter Batley v Soothill.
n Westborough eased to a 7-2 win over Hightown to secure runners-up spot in the Spen Valley Snooker League.
Flush SC B potter M Robson was the season’s best performing player having won 22 of his 24 frames while Flush SC A player P Ellis had the season’s highest break with 92.
The Victor Muff final between N Milnes and C Longbottom will take place at Brighton Street WMC on Thursday, May 16 (8pm).