National Conference League bosses are to advise, once their inquiries have been completed, whether the result of Saturday’s Premier Division fixture between HUNSLET CLUB PARKSIDE and Lock Lane is to stand.

The match was abandoned in the second period by referee Mark Clayton, who allegedly cited fears for his on-field safety, at a stage when Parkside were 16-6 ahead.

STANNINGLEY, meanwhile, maintained their push for promotion from Division One with a 16-14 win at Myton Warriors, who briefly threatened to thwart the visitors with a converted try five minutes from time. The visitors had established their healthy position through tries by Dylan Wepenar, Daniel Barcoe and Jumel Henry, two of which Ryan Taylor improved.

OULTON, though, lost 32-12 at a Skirlaugh outfit that had led 18-0 late in the first half. The Raiders’ response involved tries by Greg Coleridge, Dave Jagger and Adrian Holdsworth.

There was no joy, either, for HUNSLET WARRIORS in Division Two, hosts Dewsbury Celtic prevailing 38-6. The Warriors’ Josh McLelland improved Dale Bateson’s try.

Division Three leaders EAST LEEDS won 24-4 at Hensingham, posting two tries by Andy Djeukessi and touchdowns by Josh Longbottom, Ajay Wilson and Ben Walkin; Tommy Milburn improved a couple of efforts.

Elsewhere, 15-man DRIGHLINGTON lost 60-0 at Oldham St Annes.

Saturday 2 July 2022

National Conference League

Premier Division: HUNSLET CLUB PARKSIDE 16, Lock Lane 6 (abandoned, 60 minutes); Pilkington Recs 20, Leigh Miners Rangers 26; Siddal 10, Thatto Heath Crusaders 16; West Hull 50, Thornhill Trojans 12; York Acorn 28, Rochdale Mayfield 20.

Division One: Hull Dockers 34, Ince Rose Bridge 10; Myton Warriors 14, STANNINGLEY 16; Skirlaugh 32, OULTON RAIDERS 12; West Bowling 46, Featherstone Lions 12; Wigan St Patricks 28, Milford 26.

Division Two: Barrow Island 34, Woolston Rovers 30; Bradford Dudley Hill 12, Crosfields 24; Dewsbury Celtic 38, HUNSLET WARRIORS 6; Dewsbury Moor Maroons 4, Heworth 18; Normanton Knights 28, Beverley 18; Wigan St Judes v Clock Face Miners -pp.

Division Three: Bentley 14, Batley Boys 6; Hensingham 4, EAST LEEDS 24; Oldham St Annes 60, DRIGHLINGTON 0; Seaton Rangers 48, Millom 16; Shaw Cross Sharks 36, Eastmoor Dragons 6; Waterhead Warriors 40, Leigh East 10.


Thursday 7 July 2022


Saturday 9 July 2022

PREMIER DIVISION: Lock Lane v Leigh Miners Rangers; Rochdale Mayfield v West Hull; Siddal v York Acorn; Thatto Heath Crusaders v Egremont Rangers; Thornhill Trojans v HUNSLET CLUB PARKSIDE; Wath Brow Hornets v Pilkington Recs.

DIVISION ONE: Featherstone Lions v Saddleworth Rangers; Ince Rose Bridge v Skirlaugh; Kells v Hull Dockers; Milford v Myton Warriors; OULTON RAIDERS v Wigan St Patricks.

DIVISION TWO: Beverley v Wigan St Judes; Clock Face Miners v Barrow Island; Crosfields v Dewsbury Moor Maroons; Heworth v Normanton Knights; HUNSLET WARRIORS v Bradford Dudley Hill.

DIVISION THREE: Batley Boys v EAST LEEDS; DRIGHLINGTON v Eastmoor Dragons; Leigh East v Oldham St Annes; Millom v Bentley; Shaw Cross Sharks v Hensingham; Waterhead Warriors v Seaton Rangers.