SETTLE United are celebrating a title double in the Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven League.
The first team have won the Premier Division title for the second time in three years, while the reserves have lifted the Division Two crown – four years after finishing next-to-bottom in Division Three!
United clinched the Premier Division title in midweek with a 4-2 triumph at defending champions Skipton LMS, with the visitors' goals coming from Luke Hepton (2), Dan Bathers and Dan Mellor.
Replies came from man of the match Reece Fowler and substitute Samuel Richardson.
Second-placed Rolls drew 1-1 at Trawden Celtic on Saturday, courtesy of Paul Oldroyd, but the real dangers were Silsden Whitestar, with United's win even taking them out of the equation.
In Division Two, United Reserves' pursuit of a fading Hellifield Sports bore fruit as the leaders completed their programme with a 4-2 loss at Salts, while the second string were triumphing 5-1 at home to Trawden Celtic Reserves.
Milton Mendes (2), Ben Barton, man of the match Hepton and Ben O'Hagan netted for United Reserves to put them three points ahead of Hellifield with a game in hand.
Sports, who have now only won one of their last five, went down at a side who are unbeaten in six and have gone sixth.
Man of the match Sean Clayton (2) and Gary Lofthouse were on target for Grassington, with Paul Clifton, Jacob Ross and substitute Tom Mountain replying.
Silsden Whitestar may be out of the running for the Premier Division title, however, they can still finish the season with a treble as they are already through to the Keighley & District FA Challenge Cup final and, in the Craven League, have a Northern Plant Hire Trophy quarter-final at home to Rolls.
In addition, they have reached the semi-finals of the Premier Division Cup, but had to hold their nerve before triumphing 7-6 in a penalty shoot-out at Grassington United.
Mateusz Tomas scored for Silsden in the first half and was also their man of the match, with Jack Schindler doing likewise for United, also in the first half.
Whitestar now play Trawden Celtic at Silsden on Saturday, April 29 (1.30), with Pendle Renegades awaiting the winners.
In Division One, Bradley went down 3-1 at home to Broomhill, with substitute Joshua Waind netting, but more memorable was their 3-1 midweek victory at home to second-placed Rolls Reserves, who can't overtake Cowling.
On target for Bradley, who were at AFC Colne last night, were Joseph Allen, David Hunt and man of the match Miles Thompson.
Skipton Town, whose gong winner was Andy Nicholson, lost 3-0 at Manningham All Stars.
Silsden Whitestar Reserves now know their opponents in the Division Three Cup final.
They will face title rivals Ilkley – both are already promoted – at Cowling on Tuesday, May 2 (6.30pm) after the leaders defeated Salts Reserves 5-1 in the remaining semi-final.
In the league, Cowling Reserves and Sutton swapped places in ninth and tenth after the former won 2-1 at home.
Man of the match Alasdair McEwan bagged both goals for Cowling, Sutton replying via Mickey Ruddock.
Cowling Reserves hosted fourth-placed Horton last night.
Andy Hardeman and Tom Pilling were on target for Bradley Reserves, who went down 3-2 at home to Salts Reserves in midweek.
Settle United Thirds lost 5-0 at Bingley Juniors Reserves.