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Liam Coe’s boot seals cup progress for West Bowling
West Bowling secured a third-round place in the BARLA Yorkshire Cup with a nail-biting 24-22 win at Norland Sharks.
Bowling held a 10-0 interval lead thanks to tries from winger Dwaine Nelson and scrum half Liam Coe.
Ethan Ryan added a second-half brace and it was left to the boot of Coe to earn Bowling a home tie against Doncaster Toll Bar.
Bank Top Harriers gave Premier Division leaders Sharlston Rovers a Pennine League fright before losing out 58-24.
Prop James Rhodes took the man of the match award for an all-action display but it was not quite enough to top the balance.
Try-scorers for the Harriers were Michael Hustler, Craig French, Jason Gelder and Cam Nelson, while Adam Mitchell kicked four goals.
Queensbury put in a battling performance at Upton in the Championship Division before eventually going down 26-12.
From 12-0 behind at half-time, Queensbury fought back to draw level with tries from Joe Flanagan and Kennidy Timewall, Scott Swann converting both.
But two late Upton tries snatched the points despite the best efforts of Liam Dover and Sam Cheeney.
Odsal Sedbergh found Doncaster Toll Bar too strong in their Division One clash and suffered a 38-12 defeat.
Shaquille Jones and Robert Priestley both crossed for Sedge but Priestley’s afternoon ended early when he was red-carded for illegal use of the knee.
Wyke moved up the table thanks to a narrow 13-6 victory at bottom side Dodworth.
John Raynor opened the scoring off a short ball from Ian Watkinson, before Stevie Richardson held off four would-be tacklers to crash over.
An Andrew Patchett drop goal rounded off the scoring for the black and whites.
Division Four leaders Victoria Rangers had too much firepower for hosts West Bowling A as they ran out comfortable 50-4 winners.
Vics maintained their unbeaten start thanks to outstanding performances from full back Aidey Batey and winger Adam Hirst. Second-rower Mark Cove scored Bowling’s solitary try.
In Division Seven, Queensbury B beat previously unbeaten Cowling Harlequins 38-32.
Try-scorers for Queensbury were Nathan Daly (2), James King, Rory Brooke, Lee Raistrick, Brad Hodgson and Callum Murgatroyd.
Odsal Sedbergh A lost 52-24 at Selby Warriors A. Paul Bottomley, Sam Hall, Jonny Ward and Ryan Scholes posted tries for Sedge.