WIBSEY made it four wins on the trot in Yorkshire Three with a dominant 45-19 home victory over Sheffield Medicals.

The Villagers conceded a third-minute try to the visitors, who had first use of the blustery conditions at Northfield Road, but by half-time, it was the Medics who trailed 14-7.

In the 11th minute, centre Stefan Grant scored his first try for the hosts and he was followed over by winger Joe Ratcliffe in the same corner in the 33rd minute.

Kyle Carter nailed both conversions, with the first effort being particularly noteworthy.

Wibsey had the wind behind them in the second half and soon made it count, with full back Ryan Smith scoring just a minute in.

Carter's conversion extended Wibsey's lead to 21-7 and hooker James Brown - Wibsey's best forward - then went over, for the second week running, five minutes later.

No 8 Michael Kite was denied a try in the 53rd minute as the referee had already awarded Wibsey a penalty try, before the home side gave away their seemingly customary yellow card.

Harry Hall was the recipient, for interference, but this time the Villagers did not concede any points while a man short.

Man-of-the-match Smith went over a minute later and prop John Bradbury got a rare try six minutes after that.

Carter was again Johnny on the spot with the conversion but Wibsey rather took their foot off the gas in the final stages.

They shipped tries in the 70th and 75th minutes, the first of which was converted by the Medics kicker.

In cup news, Wibsey, who have been given a first-round walkover by Mosborough in the Yorkshire Vase, will be at Hemsworth for their second round clash on Saturday, March 7.

The match is a scheduled Yorkshire Three fixture and will therefore be a double header.