LINDLEY SWIFTS maintained their Division III title challenge with a hard-fought 34-4 victory at Queensbury A.
The win took the Swifts up to fourth in the table, with six successes out of eight.
They dominated from the start and were soon taking control.
Nick Staples opened the scoring after good work from Mark Burns, and Nick Turner converted to set Lindley on their way.
Queensbury did hit back with a try of their own minutes later.
But the Swifts dominated the rest of the game as they built up a 14-4 interval advantage.
Olly Brodzinski added his side's second try and then Ryan Whitaker dived over for No3 - and the Bradford side's challenge was all but over.
In the second half, Lindley scored at regular intervals, with Ritchie Bower (pictured) the first to strike on the back of good work from stand-off Turner.
James Burns was the next on the scoresheet and winger North followed up to increase the advantage after collecting a Turner grubber kick.
The Swifts' final try was without doubt the best of the game, with long cut-out passes from Whitaker, Turner and Bower finding full-back Brook who outpaced the cover and score in the corner.
Amazingly, Turner managed to convert in the driving rain, snow and hail to seal a comprehensive win which should put them in good heart ahead of Saturday's top-of-the-table clash at Selby.