Eccleshill Eagles FC
Eccleshill Eagles is the new name for Rawdon AFC are celebrating their Golden Jubilee this year.
They were formed in 1951 as Rawdon Park Rangers.
It took them five years to win their first honour and when they made the breakthrough they actually achieved a double.
In 1956 they won the Wharfedale second division and League Cup.
By 1960 they had changed their name to Rawdon British Legion and they went on to lift the Wharfedale League and Cup in 1965-66.
Further championship triumphs followed in 1969-1970 and 1971-1972.
They changed their name again in 1973 to Rawdon AFC and continued competing successfully in the Wharfedale League.
The Sunday side was formed and were founder members of the Wharfedale Triangle League in 1976 winning this title in 1978-1979 and League Cup in 1977-1978.
Apart from a two-year absence when they entered the Harrogate Sunday League, where they won the second division league and Cup in their first year and followed up by winning the First Division Cup in their second season, they remained in the Wharfedale Triangle League.
In 1996-1997 season they won the League Cup and followed by lifting the championship the next year.
The league and League Cup double was achieved in 1998-1999 and the Wharfedale & District Sunday Cup.
In the 2000-2001 season they joined the Bradford Sunday Alliance League with Paul Price as their manager.