Keighley Albion 2nds A 22 Wyke 20

ALFIE Seeley scored a last-minute try and added the conversion to snatch a Pennine League Division Five win.

Things didn't start too well for Albion as they gave away two penalties which enabled Wyke to create the pressure which led to the opening try.

The early try stirred Albion and their 6ft 4in teenager Harvey Kemp raced over in the corner to make it


The game was end to end but some indiscipline from the Albion players saw them concede another three penalties.

Wyke capitalised with a boost through the defence to score under the posts. The conversion made it 10-4.

Keighley were being forced to defend in determined style. They made some big hits but Wyke made it 14-4.

Some hard work and skill was rewarded when Simon Marsden turned back the years to bump a few Wyke players off and race 40 metres to score in the corner.

Albion responded to a half-time blast with an outstanding try from Liam Kelly which Seeley converted to level the scores.

More pressure and some strong running from forwards Jason Rolls, Jack Kennedy Olek Pala, Jacob Squires was rewarded with them forcing a penalty which Seeley converted to edge Albion ahead.

Tempers boiled over with ten minutes to go and a mass brawl saw Albion have two players red carded and Wyke one.

Wyke's 12 men stretched Albion’s 11-man defence and scored a 78th minute try which they celebrated joyously.

Albion’s never-say-die attitude saw man of the match Ethan Lawrie feed the ball out to Liam Kelly.

Some strong running saw him bust the Wyke defence for the ever-present Seeley to receive the off load and score under the sticks,

He added the conversion with the last kick of the game to seal the victory for Albion A team to inflict Wyke's first defeat of the season.

Albion's first team are away to Odsal on Saturday and the second team are at home to Dearne Valley.