THERE was double joy for Newsome Panthers last weekend as the Under 15s and Under 13s both progressed in the West Riding Inter-League Cup.
The Under 15s produced their best display of the season to move into the final of the competition with a 28-12 triumph over West Hull.
Tom Weavill opened the scoring before further touch downs from Jordan Andrade, Joe Martin, John Waite and Chris Kendall.
Man-of-the-match Joe Haywood and Daniel Mullarkey shared the kicking duties as Panthers clinched the win.
A hat trick from man-of-the-match Joel Farrell inspired the Under 13s, pictured right, to a brilliant 20-4 triumph over Siddal.
Conor Barker crossed and Lewis Graham kicked two goals to give Panthers a 20-0 half-time lead.
Siddal scored a converted try early in the second-half, but a Luke Mackley finish, converted by Graham, sealed the win.
The Under 16s battled through testing conditions to beat Wibsey 20-4.
The win was secured with tries from Sam Dalby, Rhys Dutton, Steve Booth and Matty Garside, who also kicked two goals. Man-of-the-match was Russell Sill.
The Under 14s produced a brilliant display to crush Queensbury 64-0.
A Scott Farnsworth treble was added to by braces from Josh Dixon, Harry Ainsworth and Tom Eidson.
Alex Rollins, Darren Lamb, Curtis Todd and Sean Annandale also went over while James Usher kicked six goals.
And the Under 11s took advantage of a downhill slope to beat Elland 24-10 in a tricky encounter.
Leading 18-4 at the interval Panthers upped their defensive display in the second period as Callum Parkinson and Edward McGuire topped the tackle count.
Jake Brook, Liam Hardingham and Liam James all shone and Joe Clayton was man-of-the-match.
A five-try effort from Izaac Farrell inspired the Under 9s to a 54-18 win at Moldgreen.
With the hosts fielding only eight players the outcome was never in doubt as Rob Denton (2), Eddie Graham, Josh Stephens and Ashley Armitage all crossed.
Panthers rotated from a squad of 14 in this one-sided contest.
But the Under 8s slipped to an 18-8 defeat against Townville Tigers.
Josh Smith and Louis Lawrence also caught the eye wwith tries.