it is a terrific effort from Wheelwright, who finish15 points clear of second-placed Alwoodley with 18 wins from 20 games.
They have scored 92 goals and conceded just 23 on their way to the title.
Robinson led the way with his treble while the hosts also had strikes from Lee Whitaker, Chris Kemp and Johnny Harrison.
Batelians are ninth in Senior B Division after a 4-0 reverse at North East Leeds while Beeston OB Reserves are still on track for the Division Four title after a 7-2 home win over Leeds City Reserves.
Second-placed Beeston are three points behind leaders Norristhorpe with two games still to play.
In Division Three Heckmondwike GS finish in sixth place after Adam Holt and Dave Blakeley scored twice in a 4-2 home success over Leeds City.
Ian Hall and Phil Bryant scored for Batelians Reserves as they lost 5-2 at home to leaders Almondburians who clinched promotion.