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Queensbury A cup final win is work of Art-ist!
In the Hudson Foster Trophy final at Odsal, a bruising encounter saw Queensbury A take the bragging rights as they narrowly defeated Wibsey Warriors A 10-8 thanks to a second-half try by Jimmy Artist.
The first quarter was very much an arm wrestle but then Wibsey scored, only for it to be ruled out for a forward pass.
Bury made the most of the decision and just minutes later Tony Clark took advantage of an overlap to score in the corner. Michael Boocock stepped up to add on the extras.
Wibsey then piled the pressure on Bury and it was no surprise when Jimmy Rodger squeezed over for a try on the half-hour mark. Ben White successfully converted to make it all square.
A penalty goal from White saw Wibsey go in at the break 8-6 in front.
The second half continued to be a tight affair and it seemed a little bit of magic was going to be needed to take the cup.
Bury’s Arron Moores was outstanding and took the man of the match award but it was team-mate Artist who grabbed the headlines when he weaved his way over to score the winning try.