Baildon are the new Second Teams Championship One champions after rounding off their season with a five-wicket win over relegated Wrenthorpe.
Seif Hussain set up their 17th win in 22 games by taking 5-28 as Wrenthorpe were all out for 117. Keon Dalladay's 58 ensured that Baildon reached their target.
They finished on 328 points which was nine more than Morley who secured their promotion with a 74-run triumph at Bradford & Bingley.
Nav Siddique's 63 helped Morley make 213-9 before bowling out the homne side for 139. George Heartfield made a battling 58 for the losers.
Third-placed Farsley finished a further seven points back after they bowled out East Ardsley for 104 to secure an 18-run win.
Wakefield St Michael's may have gone through the whole season wiothout winning a game but Lawrence Morton gave them something to cheer in the final game.
Morton struck seven sixes and nine fours while making an unbeaten 107 in his side's179-5. Cleckheaton spoiled his fun by easing to a four-wicket win with Richard Noble making 86.
Finley Rooke swooped to take an impressive 7-23 as Methley bowled out Carlton for 74 to set up a seven-wicket win.
Experienced batsman Khlaid Reham led the way with 54 as Bankfoot made 158-8 before dismissing lowly Undercliffe of 123 to secure a 35-run win.
Keighley rounded off their title-winning campaign with a hard-earned two-wicket win over Northowram Fields who finished runners up.
Ahtasham Raza's knock of 57 was crucial in helping Alex Towler'sside overhaul a challenging Northowram Fields total of 191.
Northowram Fields finished nine points ahead of Altofts who defeated Azaaad by 189 runs tyhanks to an impressive all-round performance from Elliot Carter.
He top scored with 74 in a total of 249 and then took 8-27 as relegated Azaad were rolled over for just 60.
Saif Tahir (95) and Andrew Spencer (50no) helped Scholes to 205-4 in their narrow seven-run win over Hopton Mills.
Townville and Hartshead Moor both had comfortable eight-wicket wins. Townville dismissed Birstall 103 before easing to their target, while Hartshead Moor bowled out Liversedge for 95 to set up their success.
Champions Jer Lane suffered only their third defeat of the season as they went fown by nine wickets to East Leeds in their final game.
Thomas Harrison's 58 helped them recover from a poor start to make172, but East Leeds made light work of the target as Mohammed Junaid (67no) and Shamoon Mushtaq (57no) impressed.
Liam Dalgreen made a fine 90 as second-placed Oulton celebrated their promotion with a 98-run win over Adwalton. Thanks to Dalgreen, Oulton made 237-8 before dismissing their rivals for 139.
Half-centuries from Chris Gibson (73) and Colin Hale (72no) helped Sandal made m187-3 in their 21-run win over Heckmondwoke & Carlinghow.
Hunslet Nelson were all out for just 52 as they suffered a nine-wicket defeat against Buttershaw St Paul's, while Rodley dismissed Gildersome & Farnley Hill for 95 on their way to a seven-wicketmwin.
Yeadon's Saul Peltier took 5-9 as they bowled out Ossett for just 58 on their way to a 10-wicket win in their final game of the season.