UNDERBANK Rangers' Academy side's game was one of the few to survive the wet weather, and it ended in defeat as they went down 22-12 at Hull side Skirlaugh Bulls.
Trailing 16-0 at the interval, Bank hit back with converted tries from Alex Battye and Adam Lodge to reduce the deficit to four.
But a late Skirlaugh score sealed the victory in a game reduced by 10 minutes due to injuries.
Newsome Panthers Under 14s have cruised through to the quarter-finals of the National Cup by demolishing Cumbrian side Askam 34-0.
Man-of-the-match Harry Ainsworth touched down for a treble which was followed by scores from Darren Lamb, Kieron Sill, Josh Dixon and Scott Farnsworth.
James Usher kicked well as Cup glory awaits Panthers.
The Under 10s came away from Emley Moor with a superb 52-12 triumph, despite the awful weather conditions.
Harry Redfearn led the way with four tries as Newsome twisted the knife.
Further scores came from Connah Joyce (2), Matthew Coates, Samuel Gillespie, William Walsh, Sahill Bachas, Ryan Gill and Matteo Zaffino.
Two consolation scores from the home side failed to take the gloss off the victory.
Meltham All Blacks Under 8s produced a convincing display to crush Wyke 30-4.
Their tries were scored by Williams (3), Clifford (2) and Sykes-Kenworthy, who all shared kicking duties.
Alex Zatorski was named the man-of-the-match for Meltham, who are developing into a very promising side.