WATCH out for the new kids on the block!
Deighton Juniors are in only their second season in the RCD Junior League.
But already the clubs' two sides are doing very well in the Under 11 and Under 12 sections.
There is also a real note of enthusiasm at the Deighton Sports Arena where the fledgling club are based.
Their Saturday training sessions are attracting up to 40 youngsters at a time and club officials are already planning ahead.
They have formed an Under 10 side which is playing friendly games and plan to field at least three teams in the league next season.
They also want to put out a girls' side as a number of girls are already being put through their paces at the weekly coaching sessions.
Club secretary Hayley Oldfield is delighted with the progress since the club was formed under the auspices of the Deighton Into Sport project, backed by Kirklees Council and the Sports Council.
"We started with an Under 11 side last season and they did very well, finishing third in the league. It was a good achievement considering they were up against teams who had been together since they were Under 7 or 8.
"The community project appointed a Sports Development Officer for Deighton and the football club is one way of giving the youngsters something to do.
"There was a lot of interest when it was launched and we are now seeing some very good players coming forward.
"That seems to encourage other players and they look on the better footballers as role models"
Youth and community workers have been running the teams but now parents are taking an active role on the coaching and management side.
On the field last weekend, there were double celebrations.
The Under 11 side were in stunning form.
They travelled to meet Heckmondwike and notched up an amazing 16-1 victory.
Seven of the Deighton players were on the scoresheet. They were Rufus (4), Creighton (3), Stewart (3), Quashie (2), Liburd (2), Smyth and Lewis.
The Under 12s were also in action against Heckmondwike and won 7-3 to open up a six-point lead at the top of Division III.
It was Deighton's 10th win out of 11 games.
The goalscorers were Kennedy (3), Stewart, Mgwenya, James and Kinlan.