NEWSOME Panthers Under 15s continued their sensational run of form with a comfortable 18-4 win at Keighley.
Tries came from Joe Haywood, Daniel Mullarkey and Sam Harding with Haywood and Mullarkey sharing kicking duties.
Joe Martin was top grafter and Mathew Graham man-of-the-match in Panthers' 16th win on the spin.
The Under 16s needed all of their defensive courage to edge a tough encounter at home to East Hull.
Joe Parkinson sprang from acting half-back to give Panthers an interval lead of 6-0.
Hull levelled after the break but captain Alex Chatterton restored the home side's advantage with a fine score.
Goals from Matty Garside sealed a well-earned 12-6 victory.
The Under 14s ignored the testing conditions to record a 28-6 win against Elland.
Man-of-the-match Scott Farnsworth's two superb scores set the standard which were followed by touchdowns from Kieron Sill, Curtis Todd, Harry Ainsworth and Darren Lamb. James Usher added two goals in an impressive victory.
The Under 13s produced one of their best displays of the season by crushing Hillsborough 50-0.
Tries from Teo Deveney (2), Luke Mackley (2), Joe Farrell and Levi Adams gave Panthers a 30-0 half-time lead.
The second period was much the same with Adams completing his hat trick and Ben Warrilow and Patrick Oakes crossing the whitewash to reach the half-century.
The Under 12s crashed to defeat against a strong Hillsborough Hawks side.
Decent displays from Jordan Higo and Luke Newton did offer Panthers some future encouragement.
Despite powerful rallies from Conan Pierre and Carlo Zaffino, Hawks' defensive line held strong as they ran out 24-0 winners.
Matteo Zaffino's five tries inspired the Under 10s to an excellent home win against Siddal.
Hat tricks from Mathew Coates and Harry Redfearn extended the rampant Panthers' lead, with their team ethic evident throughout.
Samuel Gillespie, Connah Joyce, Coates and Zaffino added the extras to make the final score 52-16.
A narrow pitch proved no obstacle for the Under 9s as they edged an entertaining contest 44-28 with Siddal.
Izaac Farrell opened the scoring and despite a brief Siddal comeback, Panthers sealed a victory with tries from Max Netherwood, Josh Clay, Freddie McGuire and Ashley Armitage.