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Disputed try sinks plucky Wibsey Warriors
Wibsey Warriors gave Leeds outfit Queens a real scare in the Pennine League Premier Division before eventually going down 30-12.
Wibsey got off to a great start with first-half tries from winger Jimmy Rodgers and second-row Michael Kite.
Wibsey then took a second-half lead when Ryan Smith crashed over.
However, the turning point came when Queens were awarded a disputed converted try, which also resulted in Jamie Brentley being sent to the sin bin.
Despite an excellent showing from man of the match Simon Sewell, Wibsey were unable to recover.
West Bowling continued their winning ways with a 56-16 demolition of Ossett Trinity.
Bowling showed no mercy to the Championship Division’s bottom club, with full back Gareth Cullington being their chief tormentor with a hat-trick of tries.
He was ably assisted by stand-off and man of the match Liam Darville (2), centre Elliot Cousins (2), Dwaine Nelson, Todd Carter and Ben Heald, who also helped himself to eight goals.
Wyke were given a fright by lowly Troydale Trojans in Division Two before bouncing back to run out comfortable 28-10 winners.
Veteran Simon Owen was in inspirational form and deservedly picked up the man of the match award, along with a try.
Other scorers for Wyke were Duane Platt, Joe Bartle, Ian Wormald and John Raynor, with a 70-yard special. Michael Wormald kicked four goals.
Clayton were beaten 54-22 by Doncaster Toll Bar but coach Darren Collins was pleased with "a very encouraging performance from a young Clayton side".
Try-scorers for Clayton were Steve Crossley, Ben Porter and Dane Barstow, who also kicked three goals.
Odsal Sedbergh suffered an agonising 26-24 defeat at the hands of Barnsley oufit Hoyland Vikings in their Division Three clash.
Another high-scoring win keeps Undercliffe Wildboars on top of Division Four, thanks to a superior points difference.
Undercliffe had too much firepower for local rivals Farnley Falcons beating them 46-22.
Stand-off Ryan Dickson ran riot, scoring four tries, and he was supported with tries from Josh Page, Isaac Brown, Danny Barok and Ben Chandler.