MOLDGREEN are emerging as favourites to take the Pennine League First Division title.
And they could find their main rivals are none other than St Joseph's!
Both sides were in outstanding form at the weekend, with St Joseph's underlining their current outstanding form to destroy leaders Crigglestone All Blacks 54-16 at Fartown to make it four wins from five.
That defeat was the All Blacks' second of the season and, if Moldgreen win their game in hand, they will take over top spot.
The DRAM Centre-based side were certainly far too strong for Illingworth as they stormed to a 34-10 triumph in Halifax.
The foundations for victory were laid in the opening half hour as Moldgreen led 20-0.
Gillan Warrington set the ball rolling with a try to give the reliable Neil Thornton the first of his five goals.
Thornton then added a penalty before Nick Swift side-stepped through for try No2.
A Nicky Belafonte score then made it 20-0 and the visitors were cruising.
An Illingworth try proved the hosts' challenge was far from over.
But just before the break, Rob Joyce crossed fos his side's fourth try to make it 24-6 at the break.
The second half proved much closer, but tries from Darren Simpson and man-of-the-match Mick Diskin, pictured above, sealed a fairly comfortable win.
There was also succees for Moldgreen's second string, who beat Guiseley 48-10.
Man-of-the-match Johnny Ward led the tryscoring with four, with others coming from Gary John, Martin Hallas, Lee Paga, Tim Reed and Howard Brocksbank. James Cheeseman landed six goals.