A STUNNING second-half performance from West Bowling in their derby clash with Bradford Dudley Hill saw them wrap up the Division Two National Conference League title in style, as they eventually eased to a 32-16 home win.

Dudley Hill came flying out of the blocks and went 10-0 up inside 18 minutes. Neil Wall and Elliot Cousins both crossed the whitewash, with Callum Bacon converting the latter's score.

This came after a fiery opening five minutes, which saw West's Oliver Bartle and Hill's Kyle Bateman sent to the sin-bin for pushing one another.

The hosts struggled to gain a foothold in the game but crucially, they got points on the board just before half-time, with Jack Milburn crossing in the 38th minute for an unconverted try.

That seemed to send confidence soaring through the team, and they drew level straight after the break, after Harry Williams converted Liam Coe's try for the first of six successful goal attempts.

Neil Wall soon scored his second try, with Bacon adding the extra two points to put Dudley Hill back in front at 16-10, but those proved to be their final points of the game, as Bowling showed why they are the table-toppers.

Despite having Coe sent to the bin for dissent in the 55th minute, the hosts drew level through Richard Lumb's score.

With Coe back on the field, Williams' penalty put West in front for the first time, before a converted Danny Halmshaw try saw them stretch their lead to eight points.

A late Lewis Frazer try and Williams penalty added some gloss to the final scoreline for West Bowling.