LINDLEY Swifts are continuing their march up the Third Division table.
They made it five wins out of seven with a superb 56-18 victory over mid-table Bank Top Harriers.
Even without the services of last week's hat-trick hero Gary Jackson, the home side were still far too strong, with the return of brothers Mark and James Burns proving decisive.
Within minutes, centre and man-of-the-match James was taking the lead with some bone-crunching tackles, and it was no surprise when Swifts took the lead with a Ryan Whitaker try after 15 minutes.
That signalled a major scoring burst, with further tries from Ritchie Bower, Nick Staples, James Burns and Whitaker and five Nick Turner goals making it 28-0 at the break.
The Swifts continued to dominate after the break and quickly extended their lead to 46-0 with tries from Andy Clarke, Olly Brodzinski (2) and James Hill, who scored his first for the club.
Harriers then opened their account before James Burns and Steve Brook completed the rout to seal a thoroughly dominant display.