FRYSTON Warriors stretched their lead to 10 points in CMS Yorkshire League Division One by inflicting closest rivals Bentley Good Companions’ first home defeat.
Danny Agar scored a hat trick of tries and Andy Speake piled up 20 points with two tries and six goals from eight kicks as defending champions Fryston powered to a 50-0 win.
Props Craig Jones and Mark Castle worked tremendously hard and back rowers Rob Firth, Dave Jessey and Jack Lee were also outstanding.
The points spree started when Dale Cogan sent in speedy Agar from his own half.
Agar outpaced the defence again to bag his second try before Scott Horner finished a dazzling move to score and Speake capitalised on a Bentley blunder to grab his first touchdown.
Debutant Jessey put in numerous big hits which caused Bentley to spill the ball.
Substitute Steve Scott quickly made his mark by sending in Speake for his second touchdown to make it 28-0 at the break.
The one-way traffic continued in the second half when Adam Dickinson shot through a gap to score.
Agar completed his treble before Dickinson scored his second and Dave Horner chased his own kick to score.
Castle converrted the final try.
Jones won Fryston’s MOM award sponsored by Mick Smith, followed by Agar and Jessey.