OLLIE Bartle had a game that he won't forget in a hurry at Drighlington.

The West Bowling player was sin-binned twice and lost a tooth but still came away with the man-of-the-match award in their 38-16 derby victory in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two.

Hooker Dan Gregory set the visitors on their way with a try in the fourth minute after a 20-metre break, and Liam Coe again added the extras five minutes later when second-rower Richard Lumb barged his way over.

Winger Isaac Khan then twisted the knife with an 80-metre interception try in the 31st minute, with Coe's conversion making it 18-0.

However, the home side hit back with an unconverted try before half-time and a converted one after it, and it needed another try from 20 metres out, this time by prop Chris Watson, to re-assert Bowling's superiority just after the hour.

Coe converted that and also improved the try by interchange Ryan Scholes, with the visitors also adding tries by Gregory and centre Adam Reardon in what was a good all-round performance.

The win put Bowling level on points with Drig, and crucially four points ahead of basement duo Hunslet Warriors and Leigh East.

In Yorkshire Men's League Division Two, Paul Bottomley joined Bartle in having a day to remember.

The Odsal Sedbergh stalwart, who has been representing them for 25 years, rolled back the years to score his first hat-trick for the club in a 46-24 win over high-flying West Hull.

Other try-scorers for Sedge were Rob Priestley, Luke Dawson, Josh Tordoff, Danny Terry, Liam Barker and Zain Butt.

In the same division, Wibsey Warriors followed their 40-20 midweek defeat at Boothtown Terriers with a 40-18 setback at King Cross Park.

In Division Three, there were away wins for Brighouse Rangers (28-20 against Elland) and Birstall Victoria (33-18 against Leeds Akkies), while there seems no stopping leaders Wyke in Division Four as they triumphed 56-14 at Dearne Valley Bulldogs.

Birkenshaw Bluedogs went down 24-6 at Bentley A in Division Five, while Wyke Academy lost 24-0 at home to Wetherby Bulldogs.