Bridlington 3rds travelled to Hullensians on Saturday with only 12 men due to the usual no-shows and late cry-offs.
Hullensians agreed to loan two players and played 14-a-side and with no referee turning up, one of the home team player’s sons took the whistle.
The home side soon got on the score sheet, posting five tries and two conversions before half time. Bridlington were not so fruitful, but three tries by Tom Harwood and John Spence and two conversions by Sam Johnson turned them round 29-19 down.
Hull scored another two tries, converting one, before Spence scored again, Johnson again converting to make it 41-26.
Hull then added two more converted tries before Andy Kempton scored but it was disallowed for an offence earlier in the move.
The home side then scored their final try and conversion, but this was not the end as man of the match Eddie Morrell drove forward and scored a final try, giving Johnson a difficult kick which he put between the sticks with ease.
The full-time score was 62-33.