MALTON & Norton Under-14s were soundly beaten 53-0 at York.

They competed for every loose ball and showed great spirit and determination but York seemed to score from every possession and frequently looked to have an extra man.

Malton & Norton U13s produced a slick performance to savour in beating Goole 47-7.

They took the lead early on when James Boyes went down the blind side from a ruck 20 yards out and ran all the way to the corner.

Malt scored again from the restart, as Oliver Kelsey brushed aside Goole tacklers to score under the posts.

Josh Britton soon left players for dust and Kelsey kicked through the Goole defence as Malton added a further two tries.

They scored once more before the break, Boyes driving in from 10 metres as they turned round 35-0 ahead at the half.

Goole scored with a well-worked try following the restart but it was mere consolation.

Malton stayed focused and Ben Edwards went over before, following good work on the wing by Lewis Rudd, Boyes broke through and ran the remaining 30 metres to get the final try of the day.

Malton & Norton U13 Girls travelled for Castleford for a series of friendlies.

They narrowly lost the first game 10 tries to six against Ripon. Lucy Harrison opened the scoring with the first of two great tries and Morwenna Talling crossed twice with Sophia Stone and Hannah Smith also scoring one each.

A brand new Goole side was beaten 13-2 in the second game.

Amy Hayhurst was in fine form and scored a hat-trick, while Smith crossed four times. Talling and Isabel Rogerson grabbed two each and Eve Shelton and Marianna Dimitrova also crossed.

The final game was a 13-0 loss to a physical and well-drilled host side, arguably one of the best teams in the region.