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Bradford sides packing well in Pennine League President's Cup
Bradford area sides enjoyed success in the Pennine President's Cup.
Wibsey Warriors made the short journey to Halifax Irish and pulled off a fine 36-24 win, posting seven tries.
Si Sewell headed the points tally with a try and four goals, and he was ably assisted by Nick Fontaine, Parry Ball, Jimmy Rodgers, Michael Horrocks, Kyle Bateman and Nick Walker with a try apiece.
West Bowling hosted Dewsbury Moor, and were comfortable winners in the end.
Tries from young winger Will Forsyth, centre Adam Reardon and stand-off Liam Darville, plus three goals from Ben Heald had Bowling 18-6 in front at half-time.
However, they dominated the second half thanks to two tries each for Jack Dawson and Nathan Kitson.
Darville added a second, while full back Gareth Cullington and Heald also helped themselves to four-pointers in the 58-10 romp.
Damien Smith was the game's star as he intercepted twaice to score long-range tries, while Aiden Batey posted his first try for the club.
Matt Honeysett added three goals and full back Ben Nabzony was man of the match.
Queensbury secured their place in the draw with an excellent 38-16 home win against Castleford Panthers.
Bury blew the visitors away in the first quarter, racing into a 24-0 lead thanks to tries from outstanding debutant Kennidy Timewall, Gregg Marriott and Josh Naylor.
Other Bury try-scorers were Ash Ryan and Rob Hawthorne but the second half was a messy affair, with the home side only able to add a score from Andy Senior.
In the second round of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy, Undercliffe Wildboars made light of their league status to overcome Hoyland Vikings 33-26.
Undercliffe needed to show strength and character in the second half, when Hoyland posted four tries, to lead but eventually their superior firepower told.
Prop Ash Yarrow powered over for a brace, while new signing Martin Brannan also crossed.
Paul Cross, Martin Southwell and Aidan Scully also made the line, and a drop goal from Liam Jarvis and a penalty goal from Scully proved decisive.
Wyke fought out a thriller at the Recreation Ground but agonisingly lost out 23-22 to a drop goal four minutes from time.
Experienced forwards Simon Owen and Ian Wormald posted tries, along with a Ryan Exley effort. Mickey Wormald was on target with three goals.
West Bowling A beat Sherburn Bears 28-24 in the second round of the Pennine Supplementary Cup, centre Jason Marshall scoring a hat-trick and winger Mike Batty collecting a brace.