Hepworth won the District League Division One title with a little help from some of their opposition – playing ineligible players and others not even fielding a team.
And Slaithwaite United won the Division Three title in similar fashion.
They were due to play third-placed Scissett but Scissett failed to raise a team.
As many as 25 matches have not taken place in the last few weeks because one club has failed to fulfil its fixtures.
They will more than likely be awarded the points, but the administration process has to take place.
This must have been a disappointment for second-placed Colne Valley.
They were two points behind and they had only to play the struggling Flockton, but they lost that by 3-2 – would it have been different if Scissett have taken something off Slaithwaite?
There were two points between the teams at the end of the season and this is despite the fact that Colne Valley took four points off Slaithwaite, but Colne Valley will rue the three points they dropped to Brook Motors and, even more, the two that they dropped to ninth-placed Paddock.
Division Two was won by Aimbry, who will be playing Division One football for the first time next season.
It must have been a strange feeling for their players as the time of the presentation of the trophy followed their match with second-placed Meltham Athletic.
It must have been strange because it is unusual to receive the trophy after just suffering a 10-1 defeat.
Meltham will be promoted along with Kirkheaton Rovers, who had only a point to spare over fourth-placed club Holme Valley Academicals.
Division Four went to Almondbury Woolpack in their fourth season and they had three points in hand of Black Horse.
The other promotion place went to 3D Dynamos with Junction missing out by one point and Storthes Hall by two.
At the start of the season, the number of clubs in each division was 12 in Divisions One and Two, with 13 in Division Three and 14 in Division Four.
Divisions Three and Four were reduced by one each during the season with the withdrawal of Upperthong and Brighouse OB.
Heyside have informed the League that they are withdrawing their top two teams next season to play in the Manchester League, and have requested that their current A team be allowed to play in Division Four next season – which has been allowed to other clubs in similar situations. Paddock are also withdrawing from Division Three.
Because of these withdrawals, some clubs who were due to be relegated will be saved – three were to be relegated from each division. But more than one might be saved.
That is because the League has received tentative applications from four clubs.
One is Cleckheaton-based, another from the Darton area and a further from a team from Littleborough. The fourth is closer to the town centre as it is based at the Cavalry Arms at Birchencliffe.
These extra teams may not only save some from relegation but may cause extra teams to be promoted.
In the Reserve Section, Kirkheaton Rovers A and Cumberworth B have something in common.
They both finished third in their respective divisions and as such, they could have expected promotion, but the rules do not allow it. That is because others teams from the same club are in the division above them.
Kirkheaton A knew at the start of the season that they would never be allowed to go into Reserve Division One because their Reserves are in that division, but Cumberworth B could have hoped that their A team and their Reserve team might gain promotion themselves and allow them to be promoted.
But that was not to be the case. Both of them were in or just above mid-table, so Cumberworth B will be in Reserve Division Four next season.
Moorside Reserves won Reserve Division Three and they won by the biggest margin of all divisions – they had 12 points to spare and they could complete the double when they play Linthwaite Athletic Reserves in the Gee Cup Final next Friday, May 20, at Shelley FC’s Stafflex Arena (Storthes Hall, 7pm).
It has been a long season due to the wet weather in December and January and it’s Linthwaite who have suffered the most.
Apart from the Gee Cup Final, they still have another three League fixtures and are due to end their season on May 26.
Reserve Division One has been won by Meltham Athletic Reserves but the presentation has been delayed.
The Management Committee awarded the points from a recently-abandoned game to Shelley Res rather than Newsome.
The latter have informed the League that they are to appeal to County FA against the decision and, until that appeal has been heard, no presentation can be made.