HOLTON Road Seniors clinched the Division One title at Bryn Y Don on Saturday in potentially record time.

With 15 wins from 15 matches they are now uncatchable at the top of the league. They played a Cadoxton Barry side who rose to the occasion and played some lovely football for the first 20 minutes, creating a few chances and making the most of Holtons lacklustre start to the game, but once Holton scored the first goal they started turning the screw, playing the football that has led them to this fantastic achievement.

Holton ended up 5 – 0 winners with goals from Dan Morgan (2), Ben Graham, Billy Gratton and Linford Harris but this could have been a different story had it not been for the brilliance of keeper Scott Adams keeping Cadoxton Barry at Bay in the first part of the match.

Holton's coach Jeff Howells said: "This has been a great all round team achievement from the lads, we’ve won games convincingly and we’ve won games in the last seconds which is a testament to the character and spirit we have in this highly talented squad.

"I’d like to say a big thank you to the supporters who watch come rain or shine especially the clubs committee who have been with us all the way.

"We’d like to dedicate this title to our goalkeeper Scott Adams’s wife Martine who is battling an extremely rare form of cancer in her spinal cord and brain.

"If you would like to contribute to Martine's cause, please visit her Facebook page or #Livinginthenow for more information."

Holton are still looking to add two more trophies to the cabinet this season including the SWFA Intermediate Cup semi final where they play Royal Oak FC from Aberdare on April 23, so there is still plenty to play for.