A superb Ty Wilson hat trick sealed victory for Netherton in the RCD League Under 13 Cup final.
His effort helped them defeat Ossett Albion 3-1 to take the silverware.
Wilson opened the scoring in the first half but Ossett were soon back on level terms with a Ben Howgate equaliser.
It was to be Wilson’s day, however, as he went on to grab two more and put the result beyond doubt.
In the Under 11 final, Elland scored a 1-0 victory over Bingley Barca.
Extra-time looked inevitable in a thrilling but goalless final until Alfie Scott found space on the right to round two defenders and fire a shot across goal into the far corner.
Bingley, who have dominated the Under 11s this season, were stunned but, with less than a minute of normal time remaining, there was no way back for them.
Northowram beat Wyke Wanderers 3-1 in the Under 15 final.
A Ryan Clay equaliser gave Wyke hope they could overturn a so far unbeaten Northowram and, there was nothing to choose between the teams for much of the game.
But two goals from Jos Veitch and one from Ellis Wade proved decisive in the end.
Northowram now need six points from their last six games to seal a League and Cup double.
The Under 17 final between Huddersfield YMCA and Warley Rangers went to a penalty shoot-out – with YMCA emerging victorious 5-4.
George Doyle struck early for YMCA who, having already taken the Under 17 title, were hoping to complete the double.
Warley worked hard to recover from the setback and, when Dan Stoker found an equaliser, YMCA’s hopes were beginning to look fragile.
It finished 1-1, however, and with no further goals at the end of extra-time, penalties were needed.
With nine penalties taken and scored, Warley were shattered when their fifth penalty rebounded from the bar to leave YMCA the victors.
There was also success for Huddersfield YMCA Under 12s in the Trophy.
They beat Overthorpe 6-1 with hat tricks from Kian Fisher and Danyaal Ayub.
Overthorpe started well, but within the first 10 minutes YMCA had scored twice and dominated from there on in, defending very well and being clinical in front of goal.
Overthorpe scored a consolation goal late in the second half but never threatened a well-drilled YMCA.
The game was played in very good spirit with the referee and linesmen performing very well.