AFC CROSSLEYS added the Division One Cup to their Craven League title on Tuesday night after coming from a goal down to beat Silsden Whitestar Reserves at Sutton Playing Fields.

Brad Fay’s early goal proved to be just a consolation for Silsden, with Sam Cole scoring twice off the bench, alongside strikes from Lewis Oldridge and Ash Scully to complete the turnaround in the second half.

There was also Cup success for Cowling Reserves, who overcame Otley Town 3rds on penalties on Thursday evening.

With both sides finishing inside the bottom three of the Division Two table this match always seemed as if it would be close, and it proved to be, with goals from Jacob Hirst and Alex Nicoll cancelled out by Martyn Dalby and Elliott Hollings after 90 minutes.

The winning penalty was then fired into the bottom left corner, Cowling claiming victory in the shootout 7-6.

Away from the Cups, in the Premier Division, AFC Barnoldswick finished what could prove to be their final season with an entertaining 3-3 draw at Silsden Whitestar.

While things have been far from plain sailing for Barlick, they have enjoyed a successful campaign on the field, with goals from Jordan Pilling (x2) and Callum Thomas steering them to a respectable third-place league position.

AFC Crossleys also finished their Division 1 title-winning campaign on Saturday, picking up their 19th win of the season at home to Settle United Reserves.

It was no surprise that the aforementioned Oldridge was the one to separate the sides, with the talismanic striker making it 30 goals for the season, a staggering 12 more than any other player in the division.

The only other league match at the weekend saw Weston Lane Juniors host Rolls Reserves in Division 3, with the visitors coming away with the points after a dominant display.

Dan Paton netted a brace, alongside goals from Sam Parry, Zak Beckwith, and substitute Matt Coates as Rolls romped to a 5-1 win.  REPORT BY: EMMA KENNEDY