FLYING wing duo Danny Worby and Cameron Foster were in devastating form as Wyke dismantled Doncaster Toll Bar 30-24 to reach the final of the Pennine Andrew Bennett Trophy at Towngate.

Wyke went into the lead when a pin-point kick from skipper Jordan Payton enabled Foster to grab his first touchdown of the game.

Another lightning home attack saw Worby follow up a kick and, despite a fine take by the Toll Bar full back, the wingman managed to dislodge the ball to present his centre partner Ryan Exley with a simple try.

The black and whites struck once more following a break from hooker Coby Kittsen when Worby side-stepped his way to the line and Foster added his third conversion to put them 18-0 up but the Doncaster pack rallied. When Wyke were caught back chatting to the ref, the visitors' loose forward picked up from acting half to power his way to the chalk.

Wyke shrugged off the setback to respond with the best try of the day when a brilliant attack engineered the space for Payton to hit another cross-field kick, which Foster clutched in mid-air and pounced to leave the hosts 22-6 up at the turnaround.

The Doncaster outfit started the second stanza with two quick touchdowns to bring the score line back to a worrying 22-18 but coach Ian Wormald kept a cool head to ring the changes and introduce veteran props Sean Godfrey and Simon Owen to steady the ship.

Normal service was resumed with the outstanding Worby making progress every time he touched the ball. It was a just reward when Foster crowned his excellent afternoon's work when Kittsen found him with a cut-out pass and the giant winger dummied his opposite number and left the full back in his wake as he cantered his way to a hat-trick.

A rare penalty under the sticks put Wyke 12 points in front with 10 minutes to play and their strong defence stood up to the test before being breached on the final whistle.