NEWSOME Panthers Under 15s continued their superb run of form by crushing Illingworth 64-4.
Joe Haywood was named man-of-the-match for his 32-point performance which included a hat trick and 10 goals.
Jayden Wood also grabbed a treble, while Conor O'Gorman, Harry McQuillan, Joe Martin, John Waite and Liam Carter all added tries.
The Under 14s bowed out of the National Cup as they were defeated by Lanchashire side Ince Rose Bridge at the quarter-final stage.
Tries from Josh Dixon and Luke Nelmes took the game into extra-time as both sides searched for inspiration.
Ince had too much in the end and a late Alex Rollins try made little difference as Meltham lost 24-12.
The Under 13s produced an impressive performance to sweep aside local rivals Meltham.
Newsome led 16-0 at the break with tries from Teo Deveney (2) and Will Smith, but it was not until the second half they showed their true sharpness.
Ben Warrilow (3), Levi Adams and Joel Farrell all ran in tries to seal the 44-0 win.
There was also an impressive victory for the Under 10s as they stormed to victory over Keighley.
Matteo Zaffino led the rout with four tries, with others coming from Harry Redfearn with a hat trick, man-of-the-match Connor Joyce and Mathew Coates.
Goals were added by Joyce, Coates, Jack Pullein and Zaffino, while Toby Booth was top grafter.
The Under 9s defeated in-form West Bowling 28-16 in the sides' third meeting this season.
Izaac Farrell started the scoring and despite playing uphill in the second half Newsome continued to pressure their opponents.
Further tries from Farrell, Josh Clay, Eddie Graham and Ashley Armitage clinched victory.
A depleted Under 8s crashed to defeat at Castleford Townville Tigers.
This was a difficult task for the Panthers as Castleford were stronger and much better organised.
Jasper McGuire, Connah Preston and Logan Silvester touched down, but could do little else as they were comfortably beaten 42-18.