GIANT wingman Tevin Campbell steamed over for two first-half tries to put Wyke en route to a 30-20 Pennine League Division Two Central win at Queensbury.

The black and whites, playing up the slope, fell behind when Bury opened the scoring but the derby came alive with a bang when Campbell powered his way to the whitewash, despite the attentions of three defenders.

Campbell claimed his brace shortly afterwards when Bury dropped the ball in their own red zone and scrum half Corby Kittsen scooped up the gift to send him racing over from 30 metres, leaving Brad Clarkson to slot his second conversion from the touchline to give the visitors a 12-10 interval lead.

Two lightning strikes from full back James Waine and three-quarter Cameron Foster, together with another Clarkson addition on the restart, helped Wyke dominate the game and, after an altercation on the home line, Clarkson slotted over the penalty to massage the total further.

Queensbury were stung into retaliation, posting two touchdowns to put the game back in the melting pot.

But solid defence from packmen Phil Oliver and Bobby Stewart delivered the springboard for Kittsen to break clear and hand on to fellow half- back Oscar Woodhead, who side-stepped his way past the Bury rearguard to see the black and whites home with excess in the tank.

Clayton looked to be on course for the biggest shock of the day when they went 12-0 ahead at second-in-the-table Woodhouse Warriors.

Touchdowns from Elliot McElroy, Danny Priestley and Mike Cunliffe clearly rattled the Leeds hosts, who could have been further behind if Jack Bowman had kicked any of the difficult conversions.

Warriors slipped into gear, however, to maintain their impressive scoring record with a 42-12 success when Clayton’s gallant effort hit the buffers following nasty head injuries to packmen James Flanagan and Simon Giles, with no substitutes to call upon.

Birkenshaw lost 42-12 at Eastmoor Dragons to slip into the bottom two but their long-term future looks bright following the establishment of a strong junior section.

A star of the making is Alex Carroll, who plays in their under-nines team, who are coached by former York City Knights and West Bowling second-row forward Callum Dinsdale.

Alex has posted 102 tries from 23 appearances to establish the highest number of tries scored in Birkenshaw’s 40-year history.