MELTHAM All Blacks are beginning to find some form.
After a shaky start to their Division IV campaign, they showed the quality they are capable of producing as they destroyed Wetherby Bulldogs 44-6.
The first half was relatively close, with tries from Ian Stoggs and Matthew Carter giving them a narrow half-time advantage.
But after the break, the All Blacks stepped up a gear to take total control.
They quickly extended their lead through two tries from Richard Barber and Matthew Carter's second.
Then Gary Pedelty and Richard Ellis both crossed the whitewash as repeated attacks on Meltham's right wore down the opposition.
As well as scoring a try, Ellis also converted all the tries and
scored a penalty in the first half.
Wetherby voted Dan Hird as Meltham's best forward and All Blacks man-of-the-match Richard Barber as best back.
* Emley Moor are continuing to find life tough in Division II.
They suffered their 11th defeat of the season after going down 44-16 at home to Morley Borough.
Tries from Glen Holdsworth and Taff Barron and a goal from John Roebuck kept the hosts in the hunt at 20-10 at the break.
But in the second half, their challenge began to fade, with Dave Pawson's converted try coming as consolation.
In a stuttering performance, Holdsworth and Pawson were the pick of the Moor players.