CHRIS Foster hailed his side's singles success after Bradford's victory at home to Teesside.

The hosts made it two wins from two in the Yorkshire Inter-District Union League with a 24-12 triumph at West Bradford.

And just like in their opening win over York, Bradford's strength came to the fore in the afternoon individual clashes.

The morning foursomes ended 6-6 - with wins for Ben Rhodes and Oliver Tasker (3&2), John Reddy and Dane Bairstow (3&1) and James Darcy and Andrew Busfield (by one hole).

Then Bradford took the game by the scruff of the neck, winning 18 points of the 24 available in the singles.

Max Berrisford, Rob Malloy, Bairstow, Jack Hall, Busfield, Harry Ayrton, Martin Gaffney and Darcy all triumphed, with Tasker and Jack Watson halving their matches.

Foster said: "The quality of play shown in the afternoon by these players was outstanding, and the respective

home clubs should be extremely proud of these men. They deserve great credit."

Victory put Bradford third in the early table and maintains a 100 per cent record for Foster since taking over from Martin Gaffney.

His side are next in action away to Sheffield at Rotherham GC on Sunday, June 23.

The south Yorkshire union have lost both their opening matches, at home to Harrogate (23-13) and at Halifax-Huddersfield (22-14).

Meanwhile, the Bradford Union 36-Hole Amateur Strokeplay Championship takes place at Shipley on Sunday.

West Bradford's Dane Bairstow is the defending champion.