United's 2009/10 Barclays Premier Reserve League North season
Top appearance makers:
Oliver Gill – 15 (13 starts, 2 subs)
Oliver Norwood – 14 (11 starts, 3 subs)
Ritchie de Laet – 13 (13 starts)
Cameron Stewart – 13 (9 starts, 4 subs)
Corry Evans – 13 (12 starts, 1 sub)
Mame Biram Diouf – 4 goals in 5 games
Zoran Tosic – 4 goals in 6 games
Magnus Eikrem – 4 goals in 10 games
Febian Brandy – 3 goals in 11 games
United's Reserves are champions of the Barclays Premier Reserve League North for the first time since 2006.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Warren Joyce's side were mathematically crowned on Tuesday evening when Liverpool, the only side who could catch the table toppers, lost to Everton. The Toffeemen's last-minute victory at Prenton Park leaves Liverpool nine points behind United with only two games to play.
United's two remaining league games, against Burnley and Wigan, are now dead rubbers, but the Reds will face Aston Villa - southern league winners for the third season in a row - in the Barclays Premier Reserve League Playoff at Old Trafford.
That game takes place on Bank Holiday Monday 3 May at 15:00 BST. The Reds are calling on fans to support the lads. Adult tickets are priced £5 (pay on the turnstile), while entry is free for Under-16s, Over-65s, season ticket holders and One United members.