THINGS are looking very bright for Elland Juniors.
The club are on the up after a couple of years in the doldrums.
And their efforts shone through last Sunday, when five of the club's teams were in action and four of them tasted victory.
One of the victorious teams were the Under 12s, who maintained their promotion push with a 2-0 victory over Dewsbury Rangers.
It leaves Elland entering the Christmas period in third place in the table, just behind runaway leaders Warley Rangers and Brighouse.
Manager Rob Gee was delighted with the win, with the team's performance to date this season and with the club's progress.
"Things are going very well. The club did suffer a bit over the last couple of years but we have seen a big revival this season, with teams through from Under 7 to Under 15.
"There were concerns about a lack of players and problems with fundraising, but we are now in a healthy state and heading towards FA Charter Standard.
"My own team have done well. Martin Neary got both goals in the win over Dewsbury, in a game dominated by the strong winds, and we are looking forward to the second half of the season."
Elland Under 13s won 5-2 against Scholes in the cup while the U13B side went down 3-0 in the cup to Howden Clough.
There were wins for their Under 14B side and the Under 15s.