Dewsbury Moor U13 Girls upped their game against Oulton leading to their first win for the club with a 36-6 victory.
It was a case of third time lucky for the girls after to losing to East Leeds and local rivals Shaw Cross Sharks in previous weeks.
Moor suffered a major blow in the first five minutes when Amy Newsome injured her left ankle and Oulton went on to score the first try of the game soon after.
The girls came back fighting strongly, with Caitlin Beevers scoring the first try for the Moor side just minutes later.
Beevers went on to score a further try in the first half, as did Maariyah Hussain, both of which where successfully converted, and Moor went into half-time with a 16-6 lead.
Moor centre Aimee Hewitt continued the scoring in the second half with a great full-length effort.
Beevers followed Hewitt’s solo score with a further two tries, and Moor added the extras with two successful conversions to round off the victory.
The win was a great moment for the girls, having just formed, with excellent performances coming for Lareb Ajmal, Sian Diskin and Brooke Chesworth.
Moor now have a week off before competing in their first summer festival at East Leeds on Saturday June 20.