WEST Bowling A completed an impressive double for the Odsal club as they beat Queensbury in a thrilling Bradford ARL Jack Senior Memorial Cup preliminary round tie.

The visitors won 24-22 in extra-time to set up a semi-final with Wyke after the sides had been locked at 16-16 at the end of 80 minutes.

Victory added to the early-season feelgood factor at Bowling following the first team's Challenge Cup win at Ovenden.

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Playing up the slope, Bowling opened their account when prop Luke Harp crashed over under the posts and stand off Joe Simpson converted.

Queensbury were level on 17 minutes when prop Aaron Moore went through a huge gap, created by Ethan Egerton Sharp, to score at side of the posts.

Egerton Sharp - whose father Matthew Sharp was playing for Bowling - added the extras.

Queensbury led 12-6 at the interval when centre Jack McMillian, after good build-up play, went over and Egerton Sharp kicked the simple conversion.

Bowling reduced the deficit after 63 minutes. The ball was passed out wide to centre Adam Rearden on halfway before he passed it on to winger Kyle Moore, who then fed supporting second row Jake Green, who crossed in the corner.

Almost straight from the kick-off, Rearden broke clear on a barnstorming run before passing on to winger Moore to touch down. Simpson kicked the difficult conversion to put Bowling back into the lead 16-12.

Queensbury took the tie into extra time when winger Oliver Beever squeezed in at the corner for an unconverted try in the 79th minute.

The hosts held the upper hand in the first period, centre McMillian following up a kick and chase to cross out wide and Joe Swann adding the extras to make it 22-16.

But Bowling were soon level in the second period, sub forward Luke Handle - one of six West under-18s who all put in good performances - crashing over at the side of the posts to give Simpson the easy task of making it 22-22.

On the restart, Queensbury made a hash of the kick-off, the ball not travelling the required 10 metres forward.

Man of the match Simpson opted to kick for goal from the halfway line and was successful as Bowling clinched the tie.

Clayton visit Odsal Sedbergh in the other semi-final.