BAILDON are still right in the title hunt in Counties Two Yorkshire, seven points off top spot after dismantling Wheatley Hills 45-10 on Saturday.

The Bradford side made an early move, with a Jake Duxbury penalty and an Andy Robinson converted try in the opening 10 minutes.

Robinson grabbed his second try on the half-hour mark, with Duxbury adding the extras, as visiting Wheatley Hills' only score of the first half came via a penalty.

At 17-3 up, Baildon were in a strong position at the break, and they did not have to wait too long to open their second-half account, as Josh Strauss crossed for a converted try after 49 minutes.

Moments later, Luke Strauss was sin-binned, but that did not knock Baildon out of their stride, as Duxbury went over on 53 minutes, before adding the extras himself.

Baildon finished with a flourish, as Josh Strauss and Connor Parnell both went over for converted tries in the final 10 minutes.

Hills did manage a converted try of their own after the break, but they were well beaten on the day.

Up in Counties One Yorkshire, Keighley are just a point off the summit, with their latest win a 29-12 success at Huddersfield Laund Hill.

And Bradford Salem's sparkling form in that division continued, as their attempts to go from relegation strugglers to promotion contenders gathered pace with a thumping 66-3 win over Roundhegians.

In Regional One North East, high-flying Cleckheaton dropped valuable points in a home draw, 20-20, with mid-table Sandal.

And in Regional Two North East, rock-bottom Bradford & Bingley lost yet again, going down 27-7 at home to Selby.