WARRINGTON-based Penketh Sankey Eagles pipped Witton Albion reserves for the Second Division title in the Coors Mid-Cheshire League when they won 2-0 on the season's final day at Crewe FC.
Penketh finished with 71 points from 30 games, one more than Witton, both teams being promoted to Division One next season.
With the bottom three teams, Ashton Town reserves, Nantwich Town reserves and Cheadle Town all resigning to join the North West Counties League, there will be no call for re-election in Division Two.
In Division One, Barnton regained the title from Middle-wich Town, winding up eight points clear of their old rivals on 68 from 30 games, with Crosfields a distant third. Crewe FC finished bottom on 25 points and are relegated alongside Golborne Sports, on 27 points.
The Reserve division title was won by Middlewich Town with 63 points, Linotype/ Cheadle Heath taking the runners-up medals on 59 points.
Mid-Cheshire had the satisfaction of beating their West Cheshire rivals 2-0 at Mond Rangers in their annual inter-league representative clash last week.
There have been six applications for membership for the 2005-06 season.