Skipton made it three bonus point wins in a row at Sheffield University's Norton Playing Fields on Saturday.

An impressive 26-0 win at Sheffield Medicals has lifted them up to seventh in Yorkshire Three, a superb recovery after an awful start which saw them lost their first four league games of the season.

Skipton made the better start to this game and, after 10 minutes, No.8 Joe Hayes powered over from a short tap penalty five metres out from scrum-half Michael Tam.

The conversion attempt fell short but Skipton maintained the pressure and a mid-field break by centre Anthony Chapman found forward Joe Moorhouse in support.

He went over for the try and centre Callum Patrick added the extra points.

Further forward dominance before half-time saw second-row Brad Nicholson score another.

Winger Jonny Tomes-Green added the extra points to give Skipton a 19-0 lead at the break.

A second-half try from back-row Ed Harrison secured the bonus point, as Tomes-Green added the extras to ensure the 26-0 victory.

Skipton had further positives to reflect upon too, with new signing Thomas Hopper coming off the bench into the centre and Reuben Johnson became the seventh of last season's Colts side to make their first XV debut, putting in a tenacious, impactful performance on the wing. 

Skipton continue their Yorkshire Three campaign this Saturday away at Thirsk.