WEST Bowling enhanced their reputation as top entertainers in the National Conference League Division Two with a 60-6 victory at Askam.

Already the division's top scorers before their trip to the bottom club, Bowling went to town in an 11-try demolition job.

Ben Heald (2), Liam Fraser, Louis Fraser, Joe Hammond, Nathaniel Light, Oliver Bartle, man of the match Richard Lumb, Lewis Galtress, Brett Greenwood and Chris Watson all crossed the whitewash, with Harry Williams kicking eight goals.

The victory saw Ryan Hunkin's side reclaim second spot as they leapfrogged Wigan St Judes, who lost 32-6 at fellow promotion contenders Barrow Island.

Also in Division Two, Bradford Dudley Hill returned to winning ways at Shaw Cross Sharks in a 22-16 success.

Despite their lowly second from bottom position, Sharks provided Hill with a tough test as the Parry Laners had to come from 14-4 down at half-time.

They bounced back to dominate the second half as Andrew Walker claimed a hat-trick of tries. Luke Johnson also crossed as Neil Wall added three goals, with Callum Wilkins claiming the man of the match prize.

Hill remain in fifth spot, two points behind Wigan St Judes.

Drighlington suffered a 22-16 reversal at home to Hensingham in Division Three.

Tries from Ryan Wilks, Michael Sanderson, who also kicked two goals, and Ethan Hallas proved insufficient.

Meanwhile, in Yorkshire Men's League Division Two Wibsey Warriors enjoyed their third win of the campaign as they beat visitors Skirlaugh Bulls 32-22 at home.

Tries for the Bradford side came from Ryan Goldsborough, Bradley Wright, Joseph Ratcliffe, Simon Kellett (2) and James Rodger.

There was not such good news for Odsal Sedbergh and Clayton in Division Four, who lost 28-18 at home to Lambwath Lions and 58-12 at Leeds Akkies respectively.

But Wyke Academy continued the feelgood factor at the black and whites with a 12-10 win at home to Crofton Sports.

Try-scorers were Callum Scott and Danny Worby, with Josh McGuiness slotting over the winning penalty with five minutes to play.

Man of match was under-18 debutant Seth Whomack.