YARNBURY scored seven tries to romp to a 41-33 victory over derby rivals West Park on Saturday.

Make no mistake about this result, for 80 minutes Yarnbury were dominant, scoring 41 points against 12.

It was in 13 minutes extra time with the game won, Park salvaged a bonus point which should earn them another season in Yorkshire Two.

The highlight was a hat-trick for left wing Graham Maycock and a crash over from close in for his brother Ian, but the plaudits were for the whole team effort as the Horsforth side romped away with seven tries.

Yarnbury kicked off down the slope and were soon in front with space out wide left for Graham Maycock to finish off a standard move on the left as the Park defence were outflanked. Stand-off Will Marshall slotted the conversion.

From the first scrum, the home side eight were overpowered and Yarnbury were on the front foot.

Further tries followed as Park failed to stop the Yarnbury pack making yardage down the field.

Graham Maycock went in again for a second and Tom Goldthorpe picked up from a dominant scrum to make the line from five metres, shrugging off defenders and then Ian Maycock did the same after several pick and goes. Marshall converted both tries.

The referee then gave a penalty try under the posts for another seven points while in between Park managed to get their hands on the ball for two well-worked tries from their backs, well marshalled by stand-off Calum Smithson with winger Gareth Geoffreys and full-back, ex-Yarnbury Jack Brown, going in for tries, as Smithson converted one.

The half-time score of 31-12 left Park staring down the barrel of another worrying defeat.

The second half up the slope was a closer affair, but Yarnbury stretched the defence left and right with Graham Maycock going in on the left following an astute kick to the line by Marshall. And Joe Pinnick scorched up the right to extend their lead and move out of sight of their opponents. Both tries were not converted.

To West Park's credit they scored late on to take a precious bonus point when both sides were reduced to 14 men, which could help them avoid relegation.

But the dominance was with the Horsforth side in this local derby .

Yarnbury have Wetherby at home this Saturday for their final league game of the season.