OTLEY and Prince Henry's Grammar School Old Boys served up another Boxing Day treat at Cross Green in front of over 500 spectators.

The home side triumphed 46-32 in a free-flowing game but it was fitting that the final try was scored by Paddy Ziegler for the Old Boys.

He was the best mate of Year 13 student Jack Hurst, who died in October after being diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2015.

The £3,000 raised on the day will be split between the school's official charity Teenage Cancer Trust and the school, who will use the cash for drainage work on their front pitch.

Such was the clamour to play in the match that Nathan Rogers even travelled up from Jersey to feature for the Old Boys, who were captained by Sam Featherstone of Old Otliensians, while Simon Willet skippered Otley, whose forwards held sway.

Bradford Salem defeated Baildon 10-7 at Shay Lane in a well-contested match that featured three sin-binnings.

Referee Colin Milner despatched Danny Pollard (Baildon), Brendan Birkett and Tom Stammers to the cooler for ten minutes.

Props Birkett and John Bradbury scored Salem's try, with Baildon's – which gave them the lead – coming from Pollard, with Dan Fletcher converting.

Salem made breaks galore in the opening ten minutes but could not quite score and Baildon led at half-time.

Cleckheaton beat visitors Old Brodleians 21-7 at Moorend to claim the Fred Scott Memorial Trophy.

Josh Plunkett, after good work by Liam Darville and Cain Crotty, former Cleckheaton No 8 Richard Piper (Huddersfield) and Darville got the first-half tries, which were all converted by Bailey Smith.

Cleckheaton put on some second-teamers after the interval, when Brods replied with a converted try.