Fontaine is Wibsey Warriors' hero as Hunslet Old Boys are beaten

Advertiser Series: Nick Fontaine won the game for Wibsey Warriors by scoring a try and making one in the last five minutes Nick Fontaine won the game for Wibsey Warriors by scoring a try and making one in the last five minutes

Wingman Nick Fontaine was acclaimed the Wibsey Warriors' hero in their 42-36 home win over Premier Division high-fliers Hunslet Old Boys in the Pennine League.

The Warriors coasted into a 24-0 match-winning advantage with converted touchdowns from Fontaine, Jimmy Rodger, Chris Vogel and Danny Belcher.

Ryan Smith added another before the Old Boys showed their class by taking the lead 36-30 with five minutes to go.

Fontaine sped in for his brace to level matters. He then sprinted down the touchline on the last play to put centre Steve Redman over, leaving Belcher to add his seventh goal to claim the spoils.

Undercliffe Wildboars are Division Six champions following an emphatic 50-10 win over second-placed Hanging Heaton.

Undercliffe ran the show from start to finish, crafting a hat-trick for Aidan Scully, plus solo efforts from Justin Hunter, Ben Paige and Liam Jarvis in a 34-6 first-half romp.

They continued the momentum with a touchdown from Jake Butterworth but it was Scully who rightly earned all the plaudits with a further brace to claim a five-try tally as the Wildboars collected the silverware with ease.

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