BRADFORD & Bingley’s North One East campaign continues to look doomed, as they lost their 11th game out of 11 this season at Driffield on Saturday.

Having been deducted five points earlier in the season for failing to fulfil a fixture against Pocklington due to an insufficient number of players, it means the Bees are currently rock-bottom with a scarcely-believable minus three points.

They gave it a decent go at home to leaders Driffield at Wagon Lane at the weekend, with tries for Jack Malthouse and Masiu Akauola both converted by Ben Hockenhull.

But they were the only occasions where B&B troubled the scoreboard, and Driffield showed why they are four points clear at the summit, as they eventually romped to a 38-14 victory.

Cleckheaton suffered a third away defeat of the season in the same division, as they went down 20-7 at fellow mid-table side Pocklington.

Tom Hainsworth’s first half try, converted by Dale Breakwell, helped the visitors into a 7-3 lead at the break.

But it all went wrong after the interval, with a sin-binning for Jack Seddon and the concession of a penalty try seeing them fall 10-7 behind.

With 10 minutes to go, Cleck’s fate was sealed when Breakwell’s kick out to the wing for Mikey Hayward was intercepted by the Pocklington winger, who ran in 70 metres to score.

A late penalty put the icing on the cake for Pocklington.

Bradford Salem are bottom of Yorkshire One, and they will stay there until at least this coming Saturday, as their game at Bridlington was postponed due to bad weather at the weekend.

Conversely, Keighley are flying in Yorkshire Two, and they stayed at the summit with a 31-0 home win over Yarnbury.

The unbeaten leaders were meant to be playing away, but pitch issues for Yarnbury due to the wintry weather led to a late switch on Saturday morning.

John Gibson, Sean Kelly, Ed Keighley, Alfie Seeley and Sam Booker all crossed the whitewash for Keighley, with Alex Brown landing three successful conversions.

Neither Baildon nor Old Grovians were in league action, and the latter are looking nervously over their shoulder at present, sitting second-bottom of the Yorkshire Two table with just 12 points from their first 10 games.

Wibsey were unable to field a team in Yorkshire Three, meaning their hosts Castleford were awarded a walkover victory.

That result means Wibsey stay fourth-bottom of the table.