SUPER Slaithwaite Saracens progressed into the quarter-finals of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy with a stunning 50-2 victory over Hollinwood in Lancashire.
The home side opened the scoring with a 10th-minute penalty.
But after that, it was one-way traffic.
Within two minutes of the Hollinwood score, Martin Haigh crossed for the first of Slaithwaite's nine tries, converted by Richard Flooks, and the Saracens were on their way.
By the end of the contest, Haigh had added a second, with Graham Howatson also crossing twice, while others came from Adam Warner, Ryan Small, Darren Hawkyard, right, Lee Knapton and Justin Brown.
Flooks finished with seven goals to round off a fine exhibition of open rugby.
Moldgreen returned to winning ways in Division I of the Pennine League with a 30-16 victory over Thornhill Trojans.
The home side never trailed their Dewsbury hosts, although the first 30 minutes proved a tense and tight affair with the sides locked at 6-6.
Neil Thornton gave his side the lead with a penalty before Darren Simpson crossed for a try to make it 6-0.
But the Trojans hit back to level at 6-6 to give Moldgreen a clear warning on intent.
Fortunately, Grant Monkhouse was on hand to regain the lead for his side with a converted try, and at 12-6 at the break, the home side were on their way.
In the second half, Matt Dearnley, Roger Simpson, Gillan Warrington and Dean Bradshaw added further tries to seal an excellent victory.
Meanwhile, under-strength Lindley Swifts suffered a narrow 11-10 defeat at Elland A in Division III.
Lindley had a tough start to the day, struggling to raise a minimum side of 13 players due to injury.
And, after conceding an early try, their task became even harder when prop Sam Smith was forced off the field after 10 minutes with a knee injury.
That meant the Swifts had to play for the rest of the contest with a man short.
Initially, it didn't present a problem as Nick Turner made it 4-2 at the break with a penalty.
Turner then levelled the scores at the start of the second half with another penalty, and the signs were encouraging.
But Elland dug deep and crashed over in the corner with a well-earned try and Swuifts were back to square one.
Yet such is the character in this Lindley side that they hit back almost immediately as second-rower Nick Staples crossed to make it 10-10.
But with10 minutes remaining, Elland made the game safe with a drop goal, even though Steven Brook nearly clinched the game with a 70m sprint down the touchline in the final minutes but fell short.