GIANTS Scholarship player and Deighton Under 14s captain Richard Lopag led Rastrick High School to Calderdale School Cup success.

The final against Brooksbank was stopped with the scores tied at 10-10 after extra time after Rastrick player Gareth Thomas suffered a double jaw break.

But Rastrick were awarded the trophy as the competition was played at Brooksbank.

Lopag finished the competition's top scorer with 12, while Deighton teammate Christian scored three tries.

That success came on top of Deighton's 66-0 thrashing of Underbank.

Lopag finished top of the tryscoring tree in that match as well, crossing four times.

Lang also grabbed four tries, while Crookes, Meggatt, Johnson and Allette scored one each.

James completed the scoring with nine goals.

There was an identical scoreline for Newsome Panthers Under 10s, who destroyed Wyke 66-0.

Max Kaye and Joel Farrell laid the foundations for success, with debutant Levi Adams scoring a try and a goal, while Joseph Cour scored his first hat trick.

Man-of-the-match Jamahl Hunte also completed a hat trick, with Farrell scoring four times, Kaye twice and Ben Marchington and Nathan Wormald once.

Goals were added by Lewis Bellas, Adams, Liam Ferguson, Kaye and Wormald.

Newsome's Under 9s overcame Littleborough 22-18 in a hard-fought battle.

Jordan Higo continued his good form with two well-taken tries and also worked well in defence.

Daniel Burrows and Edward Wallace were the other tryscorers, while Burrows, Robert Jackson and Joe Clayton landed the goals.

But the man-of-the-match was Callum Parkinson, who made several surging runs and backed that up with an outstanding tackling display.

Lewis Kaye and Joshua Brooke also worked well.

There was defeat for the Under 11s, who were beaten 30-6 at home to Siddal.

Newsome made a slow start and were soon trailing on the scoreboard.

But they still managed a try through man-of-the-match Harvey Hindle, converted by Tom Redfearn.

Grafter of the match went to Dominic Newton.

The Under 13s made Huddersfield Cup progress with victory over Huddersfield Junior Sharks.

The extra class of Premier Division Panthers proved decisive, although the Sharks had one of the game's best players in David Yates.

A slow start to the contest cost the Sharks' Under 10s dear as they were beaten 34-16 by Wibsey.

Their tries were scored by Oliver Hague (2) and Michael Cameron, with Thomas Wood and Cameron landing the conversions.

Slaithwaite Saracens Under 18s battled all the way against a tough Toll Bar side, who had several players with National League experience, before falling 60-16.

But there were still some good Slaithwaite displays, with man-of-the-match Fitzpatrick, captain Wood, Cullen, Dyson, Fryer and Oliver leading the way.

Tries came from Fitzpatrick, Wood and Fryer, with Firth landing two goals.

There was a 60-4 win for Slaithwaite's Under 8s over Keighley.

Outstanding displays from Jack Sharp and Ryan Pickles set their side on the victory trail, paving the way for excellent tries from Will Broadbent-Allen (3), Sharp (2), Arnie Wood (2), Mikey Wood (2), Jamie Gledhill, most improved player Niall O'Connor, Pickles and James MacLaren.