BURY Broncos made it three weeks unbeaten as a club, although not entirely in the way they would have liked after the second team and under-14s were left without games at the weekend due to their respective opposition being unable to raise a side.

The Broncos A were granted a walkover in their home match against Blackpool Stanley, which was played at Philips High School in Whitefield.

With just one game of the season remaining in Division Five of the North West Men’s League, the club’s second string are now fifth in the table.

They are due to travel to Clock Face Miners A in their final match of the campaign on Saturday, kick off 2.30pm.

Broncos’ u14s side did at least have a game earlier in the week, winning 34-12 at home to Wigan St Judes.

Starting with 11 players on each side due to traffic delaying a number of the visiting players, Bury stormed into a 16-0 lead.

The cavalry then arrived for St Judes, who ended up playing 13 against Bury’s 12.

But the player advantage made little difference to the flow of the game as Bury scored two more tries to go into the break leading 28-0. With time to regroup and a couple of substitutes available to use in the second half, the Wigan side made a game of it, but were unable to make any serious dent on the Broncos’ lead as they edged the second half two tries to one.

Bury’s u10s hosted Langworthy Reds and Leyland Warriors on Sunday, winning 30-4 and 16-10 respectively.

The club is looking for new players of all ages. Anyone interested in joining can contact Jean on 07909 752856, email contact@burybroncos.co.uk or find out more at www.burybroncos.co.uk