Mixed fortunes for local sides in Pennine League

Birkenshaw's Matty Smith in action against Crigglestone.

Birkenshaw's Matty Smith in action against Crigglestone.

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DEWSBURY Moor and Thornhill Trojans are still searching their first points in the Pennine League Premier Division following defeats last Saturday.

Moor suffered a 34-24 defeat at Queensbury, despite a late fightback, while Thornhill went down 54-0 at Queens.

Ossett Trinity are still looking for their first win and remain rooted to the foot of the Championship following a 46-18 defeat at Bew Earswick All Blacks.

Batley Boys extended their 100 per cent record in Division One and are joint top following a 22-18 success at Bentley Good Companions.

Birkenshaw are sixth after they battled out a 10-10 draw at home to Crigglestone All Blacks.

Wyke slipped to their first defeat of the season, 18-12 at home to Lindley Swifts, but they remain joint top of Division Two.

Shaw Cross Sharks went down 42-18 at Odsal Sedbergh in only their second match of the Division Three campaign.

Thornhill Trojans A have won both their games in Division Four, their latest a 32-24 victory over Farnley Falcons.

Hanging Heaton remain unbeaten at the top of Division Five, despite dropping their first points in an incredible 40-40 draw at home to Whinmoor.