BRADFORD & Bingley crashed to defeat on the final day of their North One East season.

The Bees suffered a 39-26 as they endured a horrible day at the seaside against Scarborough.

Aaron Magee scored a brace of tries for the visitors, with Tom Cummins and Michael Crotch also crossing the whitewash for their side.

The defeat saw Antony Posa's side finish the campaign in seventh place with 69 points from 26 games. The Bees won 11, drew one and lost 14 as they ended up in mid-table.

Meanwhile, the victory saw Scarborough finish the season in second place, just seven points behind champions Morpeth.

In last Saturday's clash, Scarborough took the lead on 11 minutes through a Jordan Wakeham try, with Aaron Wilson converting.

The hosts then scored three unconverted tries in the next 20 minutes through Jonty Holloway, Tom Ratcliffe and James Perrett. The latter score was converted by Wilson. Mat Young grabbed another try for Scarborough on 50 minutes, as his side continued where they left off in the first half.

Bees rallied somewhat with two tries in three minutes. Cummins crossed on 55 minutes, with Magee grabbed his first try of the afternoon on 58 minutes. The latter was converted by Lance Taylor.

Crotch continued a comeback of sorts for the visitors when he grabbed a try on 67 minutes, which was converted by Taylor.

Bees maintained their great second half display when Magee scored his second try, going over on 73 minutes. This was converted by Taylor.

But Scarborough had the last laugh, when Sam Dawson scored a try with four minutes left to enhance their winning margin.

Meanwhile, Baildon fell to a 39-27 defeat at eighth-placed Hemsworth in Yorkshire Division Three on Saturday.

The loss leaves them third-from-bottom on 40 points, seven clear of second-from-bottom Aireborough.

Baildon have won just seven of their 25 games so far with season and suffered 18 defeats.

Baildon complete their league programme on Saturday, April 27 when they host fifth-placed Thornensians, who themselves still have three fixtures to play to compete their programme.