UNDERBANK Rangers Under 10s stormed to a 40-8 victory at home to Emley Moor.
Coby Ettienne was impressive as he crossed for a hat trick, which was added to by a brace from Lewis Churm.
Andy Dransfield and Callum Langfield also touched down as Bank dominated throughout.
The Under 14s were unlucky as they were beaten for the first time this season, losing 36-14 to Littleborough.
A depleted squad produced a determined effort, led by Gaz Atkinson who scored two tries.
Charles Vanji and Josh Finch both gave good accounts of themselves, despite this setback.
The Under 17s suffered a disappointing defeat at home to West Leeds.
Bad defending early on cost the hosts as they attempted to snatch victory with a flurry of late tries.
Chris Jackson (2), Ross White, Chris Longley and Lewis Heeley all crossed the whitewash, but couldn't prevent a poor loss.
Huddersfield Sharks Under 12s clinched victory in an entertaining contest with Wyke.
Sharks started brightly and it was only their fatigue that allowed Wyke to touch down late on.
Tryscorers in the 24-16 win were Jordan Sild (2), Tom Pattison, Fergus Marsden and Reece Lawrence.
The Under 11s crashed to defeat against Moldgreen as both teams went points mad.
Liam Doughty was razor sharp in attack and crossed for four tries. Tom Beaumont (2), Josh Robinson (2), Tom Swift and Jakob Garside also touched down.
Despite their best attacking efforts, Sharks could not restrict their opponents and went down 52-40.
The Under 9s were beaten in a match with Guiseley.
Lewis Boye (3), Jordi Simpson, Keenan Simpson and Rebecca Hague scored the tries that failed to deliver victory.
Hague was named player of the match, while Ronan Costello was top tackler in the 48-36 loss.
Slaithwaite Saracens Under 8s produced a resilient display to beat Brighouse Rangers 28-26.
Jamie Kelly was in excellent form as he hit a hat trick, which was followed by tries from Ben Dickinson and Dominic Kendall.
The victory was even more impressive as Saracens had only seven players and no substitutes.