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Rob Hawthorn helps Queensbury break duck
Queensbury collected their first Pennine League points of the season with a 34-24 Premier Division home victory over Dewsbury Moor.
Outstanding performances from Rob Hawthorn, Josh Naylor and Jack Evison helped their side come from behind after conceding an early try.
Andrew Walker opened the scoring before former Bulls player Hawthorn and Evison both crossed. Naylor also helped himself to a try and Hawthorn added his second following a length-of-the-field run.
Billy Naylor rounded off the scoring to leave coach Andy Senior in confident mood ahead of the forthcoming Yorkshire Cup tie.
Tries from Mike Kite and Mark Darragh, goaled by Harry Hall, put the Warriors in the driving seat before they were pegged back to 12-10 at the interval.
The second half saw Jamie Brentley score his first try for the club, while Phil Brain also crossed, but it was not quite enough to take the points.
Birkenshaw scrapped hard to earn a 10-10 draw with Crigglestone All Blacks in Division One .
The deadlock was not broken until the stroke of half-time, when Birky centre Gavin Mezals created space for winger Karl Robinson to score from 60 yards out.
They extended their lead in the second half when good work saw Alan Binns in at the corner. But a string of penalties allowed the All Blacks to the seize the initiative and it needed a late Matty Gowland penalty to bring Birky back level.
Wyke suffered a narrow 18-12 home defeat against Lindley Swifts to end their 100 per cent Division Two record.
Odsal Sedbergh remain in touch with early Division Three leaders West Leeds after a 42-18 victory over Shaw Cross Sharks.
Robert and Jared Priestley were in sparkling form, scoring two and three tries respectively, and they were backed up by further scores from Alistair James, Scott Smith, Jonny Ward and Joshua Tordoff.
Undercliffe Wildboars sit proudly at the Division Four summit thanks to a comprehensive 56-10 win against Drighlington A.
Aidan Scully ran riot with a hat-trick, while Kaz Ahmed picked up two tries and also the man-of-the-match award.
Other scorers were Kenny Smith, Isaac Brown, Gavin Jarvis, Ryan Dickson, Danny Barok and Jake Butterworth.