KEIGHLEY Athletic have sealed the Wharfedale Triangle League Premier Division title.

Goals from Owen Williamson and Joseph Brady saw Athletic crowned champions with a 2-1 victory at Keighley Town.

The club took to social media to celebrate the title success. It tweeted: "First Keighley team to win @Wharfedale1976 league. Well done to all players and management."

They also posted a picture of the Athletic players spraying champagne around their dressing room after the match.

Oxenhope Recreation sent their congratulations to Athletic. The club tweeted: "Massive congrats to Keighley Athletic who have secured the league title tonight. A lot of our lads play Sundays with them!"

Meanwhile, Keighley Town had an easy victory over Yeadon Athletic in the Wharfedale Triangle League Premier Division, scoring five and keeping a clean sheet.

Ryan Stubbs grabbed a brace, with other goals coming from Leon Smith, Bradley Cole and Laydon Smith.

Town play Crossflatts in the Keighley and District Sunday Cup on Sunday.

Keighley Town Youth’s away match against Old Ball in the Henry Nicholson Trophy was postponed because Old Ball’s pitch was unfit to play on. The teams will try again on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Oxenhope drew 1-1 at West Yorkshire League Division One leaders Rawdon.

Oxenhope were reduced to hitting the hosts on the break and on 20 minutes they grabbed the lead.

Luke Scott won the ball, played it out to James Bailey, he fed the advancing Sean Quinlan who played a defence-splitting pass for Tom Marshall to run onto and calmly fired the ball past former Oxenhope keeper Nick Hudson in the Rawdon goal.

On the stroke of half time, a Rawdon striker hit a firm shot into the net through a crowded goalmouth.

The hosts came out strongly after the break but again the visitor’s defence were up for the challenge.

Danny Driver saw a shot from distance palmed into the side netting by keeper Hudson and Bailey, Marshall and Quinlan linked up well but Hudson saved.

Tempers flared which resulted in both teams being reduced to 10 men. Rawdon’s wide player seeing a straight red and Oxenhope’s Shaw receiving a second yellow.

On 85 minutes, a rash challenge by Oxenhope’s Ben White saw a penalty awarded but the Rawdon striker blasted his spot-kick wide of the post.

OXENHOPE’S second string defeated Horbury Reserves 3-2 in Alliance Division One.

After the early exchanges the home side gradually gained control and just after the half hour they opened the scoring. Jacob Polignone controlled the ball in midfield, played it into Will Lee and he put an inch perfect pass into the path of Connor Pepper who smashed it home.

Horbury started the second half strongly and almost grabbed an equaliser, but home keeper Eddie Jackson produced a quality save tipping the ball round the post.

Oxenhope responded and a ball swung behind the visitors’ defence to the far post saw Pepper score from a tight angle.

The hosts' Sam Murphy beat his marker, played a weighted pass to Pepper who wrong footed the keeper to secure his hat-trick.

Oxenhope kept pressing and Horbury were reliant on breakaways and on 80 minutes a hopeful long ball downfield caught out the home defence and their striker put it away.

In the dying minutes Horbury pulled it back to 3-2 a loose ball falling to their striker who out muscled his marker and flicked the ball over the advancing Jackson.

Deep into added time Horbury were awarded a penalty, but Jackson produced a full length save to palm it to safety.