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Bradford Salem 24 Keighley 40

Keighley regained some pride for their 52-22 drubbing in the opening league fixture at Rose Cottage, but, due to injuries and unavailabilities, Salem were only able to field 3 of the players who started the game that day. Salem finished ninth, one place and three points

Old Crossleyans 47 Bradford Salem 7

Depleted Bradford Salem slipped to a 47-7 defeat at rivals Old Crossleyans in Yorkshire One. With a growing list of injuries, Salem were forced into calling up their old guard with five of the squad, Simon Markey, Dave Luxton, Richard Langhorn, Dan Scarbrough and Ian Woodwiss,

Bradford Salem 17 Dinnington 20

The boot of Dinnington captain Jonny West proved the killer blow for Bradford Salem in their home loss. This despite scoring more tries than their visitors in the mid-table clash which was littered with injury misfortune for the hosts. Salem crossed the line three

Bradford Salem 19 Moortown 29

Injury-ravaged Bradford Salem put in a commendable performance in their Yorkshire Division One encounter against Moortown at Shay Lane despite losing 29-19. Salem looked dead and buried when they went 29-0 down with 10 minutes to go, but three tries in quick succession definitely rattled the league

Heath 25 Bradford Salem 11

Heath hit back after a mid-match meltdown to beat visitors Bradford Salem 25-11 and move closer to the runners-up spot in Yorkshire One. Mid-table Salem hardly got out of their own half in the opening 30 minutes as the North Dean side’s strength up front told

Bradford Salem 26 Hullensians 8

Bradford Salem eased their relegation fears with a 26-8 bonus point win over fellow strugglers Hullensians in Yorkshire Division One. In better than expected weather conditions at Shay Lane, the visitors took an early 3-0 lead courtesy of a Chris Lound penalty after Salem winger Liam

Bradford Salem 33 Guisborough 27

Bradford Salem picked up the five points needed to guarantee them safety in Yorkshire Division One thanks to a 33-27 win at home to Guisborough. But they had to withstand a late fightback from plucky visitors who, at times, belied their position at the bottom.

Beverley 68 Bradford Salem 17

Bradford Salem, missing 7 key players, were put to the sword by an in form and rampant Beverley side who, since the turn of the year, have amassed 268 points in a 6 match winning streak. The game kicked off in near perfect conditions at Beaver Park