Lock Lane under 11s gave a superb account of themselves against junior RL rivals Stanningley.
Billy Marsh put Lane ahead with the first of his three tries but Stanningley replied with two touchdowns.
Lane lost Jack Butterfield who was taken to hospital with a shoulder injury.
Referee’s MOM Marsh bagged his second try before half-time and completed his hat trick in the second period.
Twins Lucas and Callan Moon won the coaches awards for outstanding displays.
Taylor Cartwright’s excellent all-round display earned him the best forward forward and Nathan Goodrich took the best back accolade for his excellent return of the ball and strong tackling.
William Buttery won the opposition’s MOM award.
Reece Brittnel, Ryan Taylor and Josh Raby all shone throughout and Midgeley Dixon, Lewis Vickers, Jordan Guthrie, Jacob Wolford and Oliver Jobling also impressed.
Townville Tigers under 11s remain unbeaten in the second-half of the season after overcoming Heworth.
Townville’s rock-solid defence prevented their opponents getting into the game.
The Tigers fielded only 12 players but that didnt stop them taking control.
MOM Harry Kirk broke through Heworth’s defensive line on numerous occasions and and also made crucial tackles.
Luke Ordish showed great form to bag three impressive tries and he also won the top defender and opposition’s MOM awards.
Lewis Pegg was back to his best. He showed great strengh and determination in attack and defence to earn himself the parents MOM and most improved awards.
Hard-working hooker Jake Lunn, who kicked two conversions, won the team player accolade. Levi Bennison powered over for a try and improved his defence work.
Brandon Willshaw made good ground and tackled well.
Conor Byford, Nick Bennison, Liam James, Jack Middleton and Brandyn Covell all defended superbly for Townville in a magnificent team effort.