Batley Boys continued their impressive form by recording a third straight win in Pennine League Championship One.
The Boys’ latest success saw them overcome Boothtown 50-12 as Adam Bingham opened up the scoring with the first of his four tries, which he converted,
Good work in attack from the forwards led to Bingham’s second try, which he again improved, before Boothtown replied with an unconverted try.
Batley regained control with a good try from Richard Moody, converted by Bingham, but again Boothtown responded with a second unconverted try.
Bingham rounded off a good first half display by completing his hat-trick.
Batley kept up the pressure at the start of the second half with good runs, which led to Josh Whitehead scoring.
Moody added his second of the match, with the impressive Bingham scoring his fourth and two more goals.
Good running from Aaron James led to a try, with the final try coming from Moody, both converted by Bingham.
Top tackler was Moody followed by Mark Grayshon and Aaron James.
Man-of-the-match was Bingham followed by Grayshon and Nathan Lumb.