Thornensians continued their excellent form in Yorkshire Three with a 46-10 win over Leeds Medics.
Currently second in the table, Thorne are on track for promotion – and maybe even the title – if they can keep up their recent good form.
They led 17-5 at half time thanks to tries from No 8 Ryan Pilley and two from prop Aden Smith, while centre Rob Brown kicked one conversion.
After half time they extended their lead to 27-5 thanks to tries from prop Andy Ellis and centre Luke Marsden, before flanker Rob Moffatt’s 68th minute try was converted by Brown as Thorne went 34-10 up.
There was no let-up for Leeds Medics, with replacement winger Dean Roberts scoring with ten minutes to go and then Marsden added a second in the final minute which Brown converted.
Thorne’s next game is a potentially title-deciding trip to leaders Wetherby on Saturday, April 2.
The Doncaster club currently trail the unbeaten table-toppers by 15 points but have two games in hand on them.
Wath on Dearne bagged a 21-3 win over Leodiensian in Yorkshire Two.
Prop Ben Myers and centres Ashley Rothery and Andy Hopkin scored the tries. Fly-half Jack Whitlam kicked all three conversion to secure a win which helps Wath move up to sixth in the table.
In the Yorkshire Five Plate, Rossington Hornets stormed to an emphatic 42-10 victory over visitors Knaresborough.