Champions confirmed across all the divisions

The known became official when the final standings were confirmed in the Leeds Combination League Jubilee Premier on Sunday.

Wednesday, 16th June 2021, 5:49 am

In truth, Main Line Social have had the upper hand throughout the campaign and had the top-tier title in the bag some weeks ago with only one draw and one defeat the minor blips over 16 games.

Social’s 43-point total was enough to keep second-placed HT Sports (38) at bay while Leeds Met FC signed off with a 6-4 win at bottom club Kippax Sundays to confirm a third-place finish - 12 points clear of Kirkstall Crusaders, in fourth.

Kippax Sundays will play in Division 1 next year after finishing bottom of the pile with Seacroft WMC second bottom and Colton FC third from the lowest rung on the ladder.

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Wykebeck Arms FC finished top of the tree in Division 1 after amassing 28 points from 12 games. Hunslet Club Sundays First are runners up, just two points off the title takers with Original Oak First facing relegation as the lowest team in the standings having netted just the one win and a mere four points in total.

FC Scholes have been on course for the second division crown for some time, and finished their 16-game campaign with 39 points - eight ahead of Churwell FC in second. Fourth-placed East Leeds Celtic FC ended their season a further three points off the title-winning pace.

Second-bottom West Yorkshire Falcons and Republica Internationale found the going tough, but it was Republica who eventually finished with the wooden spoon.

Little London FC - scheduled to meet Leeds Alpha tonight in their final outing - are the Division 3 champions, having finished three points clear of second-placed Old Crooked Clock with two games in hand.

Northern Star First will be relegated.

North Leodis were the runaway winners of Division 4, finishing 15 points in front of Kippax Old Boys who pipped Sporting Pudsey for the runners-up berth - by a point.

Oulton Athletic Reserves and Bramley Amateurs FC Reserves ended their campaigns bottom and second-bottom respectively but only a point separated when it came to the final count-up.