BRADFORD Dudley Hill made sure of a home play-off tie with an emphatic National Conference League Division Two victory.

The Parry Laners beat strugglers East Leeds 52-10 at the Neil Hunt Memorial Ground, which guarantees them at least fourth spot in the end of season extras.

Hill could technically still snatch third from Wigan St Judes, who are two points ahead, but the Lancashire side have a much better points difference with one league game left.

Bradford talisman Neil Wall was once again to the fore with a hat-trick, Alex Dickinson weighed in with two tries and Callum Bacon enjoyed an impressive points haul with a try and six goals.

Damian Smith, Aiden Batey, Robbie Cass and Callum Wilkins also touched down for Hill, who stormed into a 42-0 lead against visitors who had Tom Howson sinbinned in the first half.

Hill, who head to champions elect West Bowling in their final game, will host one of Crosfields, Barrow Island and Hull Dockers in the play-off semi-finals.

In Division Three, Drighlington enjoyed a 26-8 home win over Heworth as Josh Ramsden, Gary Smith, Jake Dearden and John Gallagher crossed the whitewash. Mike Sanderson was on target with five goals.