BRADFORD Dudley Hill have all but confirmed a play-off spot and are in the driving seat to secure a home tie.

They made it three successive victories in the National Conference League Division Two with a narrow 32-26 win at second-placed Ince Rose Bridge.

It was a valuable two points against tough opposition, which saw Hill leapfrog Hull Dockers into fourth.

Finishing there or third would hold great advantage for an immediate return to Division One for the Bradford side, as it means a home fixture for the single leg semi-final play-off.

Dudley Hill had the performances of Peter Valentine and Craig Sanby for the heroic victory.

The latter enjoyed double delight on the try front, while Valentine got one of his own and two conversions for an eight-point haul.

There was a low-scoring derby in the Yorkshire Men’s League Division Two.

Keighley Albion’s prom-otion hopes are probably gone, but they secured the bragging rights in a 15-8 win at Wibsey Warriors.

There were two tries for the visitors, coming courtesy of Kieron Blakeley and Liam Brookes. But Finlay Meegan impressed most, converting two and kicking both a penalty goal and drop-goal.

Meanwhile, in the Premier Division, Queensbury cont-inued their on-off season with 40-24 away loss at relegation-threatened Cutsyke Raiders.

Tries from Luke Safa, Billy Naylor, Callum Murgatroyd and Thomas Hainsworth were not enough to stop the rampant Raiders, who are fighting for their lives.

In Division Three, Odsal Sedbergh shut out Crigglestone All Blacks in an emphatic 34-0 victory.

The hosts had no less than seven different try-scorers in Paul Bottomley, Shaq Jones, Jonny Ward, Shane Scrimshaw, Josh Tordoff, Phil Harris and Brandon Tasker.