KEIGHLEY continued their winning ways with a convincing 30-14 bonus point home victory over Hullensians in Yorkshire Two.

Within the first five minutes, quick ball was delivered to the Keighley backs.

The defence was forced to scramble, allowing Kristian Bealy-Kay to cut inside and feed wing forward Oliver Snowden for a try in the corner.

Alex Brown landed the difficult conversion to make it 7-0.

Hullensians fought back bravely but whenever Keighley got the ball they looked dangerous.

A slick move down the right involving Alfie Seeley brought about a fine try for Alan Ebbrell, before Brown slotted home a penalty.

Some sound work from Hullensians forced Keighley to concede ground and a penalty.

The home defence assumed it was going to be kicked, instead some quick thinking and equally quick hands gave visiting centre Ben Stutely the chance to force himself over wide out.

The try was converted by full-back Tom McCarthy.

Hullensians, strong in the scrum, began to grind Keighley down through efficient forward play and excellent ball retention.

Their continual pressure paid dividends when speedy winger Josh Langford scored a converted try in the corner.

Brown did at least calm Keighley nerves with another penalty just before the break.

In the second half, a loose kick out of defence allowed Seeley to gather and make ground.

Excellent support play was finished off by hard-working number eight Tom Whyte.

Hullensians were forced to chase the game, which resulted in Brown intercepting a pass.

He ran 50 yards to score under the posts, before converting.

That was the end of the scoring, but Keighley did suffer the blow of losing one of their key players, Luke Carter, to a serious knee injury late on.

This weekend, Keighley are hoping to maintain their unbeaten record away at Wensleydale.