FLYING Queensbury wingman Stuart Rubery touched down four times as his side won 56-30 at Wakefield City in a Pennine League try feast.

The hosts, who have only played once in Division Two Central this season, got the scoreboard ticking with an early touchdown. Robson Moore then spotted a gap from dummy half to scoot to the posts in reply, leaving Michael Boocock an easy conversion.

The Wakefield side struck again out wide with a converted effort before Queensbury really warmed up to the task in hand.

Aaron Moore went over near the uprights and this was soon followed by the first effort from Rubery, who showed a clean pair of heels from a smart Brett Marriott offload.

The City side buckled under the pressure, giving away silly penalties which Queensbury accepted gleefully to put Rubery over for his second score.

This was soon followed by a couple of classy solo efforts from Aaron Moore as he completed a hat-trick before the interval.

The Bradford side were clearly in the driving seat, enjoying what appeared a match-winning 30-10 advantage on the restart.

But they took their foot off the gas and poor defending allowed the Wakefield outfit to cross with ease.

The visitors regained their momentum when a cut-out pass by scrum half Gregg Marriott allowed Rubery to scoot down the touchline for his treble.

This was soon followed by an Aaron Moore break on the halfway line that led to wingman Tonda Berk reaching the chalk.

The hosts refused to throw in the towel and posted two further touchdowns to close the gap to 40-24 on the hour mark.

Queensbury resumed proceedings refreshed from their slumbers as hooker Ash Ryan's round-the-man pass put Berk in for his brace.

A pre-planned training ground move then saw Rubery collect a crossfield kick to collect his fourth try of the game.

The 11-try haul was completed when Boocock supported a break by prop Cameron Perry and slotted over his sixth conversion to send the blue and whites home extremely happy.