Sherburn Bears U16s 16 Keighley Albion U16s 54

JOSH Charnock's hat-trick ensured Keighley Albion U16s romped to a ten-try demolition at Sherburn Bears, having had a two-man advantage throughout most of the match.

Bears had surprised Albion by levelling the scores at 6–6 early in the game, but then the floodgates opened and thereafter the result was never in doubt.

Charnock’s treble was notable for a strong first-half solo effort as he jinked his way through the defence before holding off a couple of last-ditch tackles.

Further tries came from Josh Clamp (2), Jake Saggers (2), Joel Livock, Callum Smith and Xander McConville.

East Leeds U14s 12 Keighley Albion U14s 16

Keighley Albion U14s recorded only their second win of the season. They dominated the game but a gritty East Leeds team kept the score close throughout.

Albion started the game well and acting half Ben McParland crashed over out wide to send Albion into the lead.

A slick play from the hosts just before half-time saw their star player Robbie Mann streak clear to score and convert to put the hosts ahead.

In the second period, a brilliant backline play saw Caleb McConville score in the corner before converting spectacularly from the touchline.

Albion scored again when Harrison Clamp dummied and weaved inside before stretching out to score, with McConville adding the extras.

A sin bin of a player from each side spurred the home team forward and their prop crashed through several tackles to score a converted try under the sticks.

Albion had to keep out a late surge before the win was confirmed and they will look to build on this result when they entertain Newsome at home next week.

Keighley Albion U13s 54 Hunslet Warriors U13s 4

Max Hassan and Logan Ingham both grabbed hat-tricks as Keighley Albion U13s romped to a 54-4 victory in their Challenge Cup quarter-final clash with Hunslet Warriors U13s.

Hassan stormed through for two tries in the first three minutes of the game before Tolly Lickley raced in down the wing to make it 18-0.

Ingham's 40-yard jinking run and try made it 24-0 at the break. He scored again after some neat footwork before Thomas Knight outpaced the opposition winger to increase his side's lead.

Albion's Benedict Crowley crossed twice in quick succession before Hunslet scored their only try. Hassan and Ingham both scored their third tries late on to put Albion in the semi-final draw, alongside Lock Lane and Irish Clovers.