QUEENSBURY exerted revenge on East Hull in a 70 point bonanza.

The hosts tasted defeat in the reverse fixture over at Hull in the opening tie of the Yorkshire Men's League Premier Division.

But, Bury set the record straight in this tight affair, running to victory with a 40-30 scoreline.

It was a much changed side for the hosts, with only two recognizable half backs and a team full of big forwards.

Indeed, prop Brandon Godward featured on the wing.

The first 20 minutes was a tough affair, with the bigger Bury team making good yards against the small, but fleeter, Hull side.

But, it was the visitors who broke the deadlock, when Bury's ill discipline was their undoing.

Hull took advantage of back-to-back penalties to score in the corner.

This spurred Bury into action though and the hosts drove up field on the next set, with Joe Langford forcing his way over.

Queensbury looked stronger, but Hull weren't to be outdone and retook the lead five minutes later.

The pendulum of pressure swung back once again though, with Tom Hainsworth (pictured below) notching and Langford opening a points gap when completing his brace.

In the last play of the half, Bury's scrambling defence looked to have driven the Hull winger into touch.

But, the ref gave a penalty for lifting and Hull took advantage to leave it at 16-14 to Bury at the break.

Within a minute of the restart though the hosts opened a 14-point lead.

Hainsworth carried six players over the line with him to score his second, with Billy Naylor grabbing the next try.

It look as if the floodgates would open, but the foot seemingly came off the gas.

Hull deservedly cut back the lead with a converted score.

The home side were thankful though that the next 10 minutes belonged to them.

Dan Charlton on the end of a lovely passing move, a penalty goal and further try and conversion opened up a 20-point lead.

With 15 minutes to go, Bury again failed to take advantage and gifted 10 points back to the visitors.

Hull took advantage of some sloppy play, but it wasn't enough with the score finishing at 40-30.