HUDDERSFIELD Under 16s were rewarded for a much-improved performance with an excellent 26-12 triumph at Sandal.
A solid team display made the victory possible.
But it would be wrong not to single out the outstanding forwards' efforts of John Birkett, Joe Cheffins and Josh Crosby for the way they bossed the scrums and Jack Brannan and Elliot Moores for their tireless work in the loose.
And their efforts allowed the backs to shine and secure such an excellent win.
So it was no surprise when centre Matt Dickinson and winger Arthur O'Toole combined for O'Toole to score the opening try, converted by Chris Brook.
Unfortunately, that proved to be Sandal's wake-up call as they charged over for two close-range scores before James Schofield grabbed converted try No2 to give the visitors a 14-12 interval advantage.
It got even better after the break, with Tom Fleming charging over from 10m to put Huddersfield in complete control.
Then Andrew Schofield and Tom van Rooyen combined to send Tom Mason dummying his way over for another converted try to seal the home side's fate.
James Schofield was named the forwards' man-of-the-match, with Van Rooyen taking the backs' award after being pushed all the way by Ross Carey and Harry Rosser.
There was also a good day for the Under 14s.
The side may be struggling with a lack of numbers and are desperate to attract new blood, but they still turned on the style to win 19-10 at Skipton.
The home side dominated the first half with the wind at their backs, and only resolute defending by Christian Mellor, Robbie Ervine and Tom Pearson kept the score down to 5-0 to Skipton at the break.
In the second half, Huddersfield took complete control, with the superb kicking in open play from Luke Booth putting his side on the front foot.
That paved the way for tries from Niall Murphy, Robbie Wilson and Oliver Norman and two Robert Davidson conversions to secure a fine victory.