By Paul Abraham
With no first team match last weekend, it was the turn of the Buffaloes second team to be in the spotlight as they travelled the short distance to Guiseley Rangers.
A dazzling display in the opening 40 minutes saw the Buffaloes race in to a 28-4 lead. The second half was a much tighter affair as Guiseley rallied and kept the second-half scoreline to 10-6 to the visitors to give a final 38-10 victory to the outstanding Buffaloes.
A great performance by the young Bramley side saw tries coming from Bryn Perrott (2), Keiran McFarlane (2), Charlie McMurray, Billy Butterworth and Bailey Harman, with Kacper Mroz kicking five goals.
With three of the try-scorers being 19 years old and an 18 year old goal-kicker, the future is looking very bright indeed for the Buffaloes
This weekend sees the first team travel to Crigglestone All Blacks in what promises to be a tough encounter with the Buffaloes being at the top of the table with twelve points from eight matches, while Crigglestone lay in fourth place with ten points from nine matches. While the Buffaloes didn’t have a match last weekend, Crigglestone were defeated 40-4 at second placed Goole Vikings and so will be looking for a better performance against the confident Buffaloes squad.
Good luck to Buffaloes superfan, Bramley boxer Billy Pickles who fights Lucas Ballingall for the English Super Lightweight title and Commonwealth title eliminator on Saturday at the Mountbatten Centre in Portsmouth on Saturday.
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Daniel made his debut for the Buffaloes in the 42-0 victory against Upton in the Yorkshire Mens League Shield Quarter-final where he celebrated with a classy hat-trick of tries.
Another try came his way as Bramley thrashed a gutsy Scarborough Pirates side 68-12 at the league game at the Blue Hill Lane ground and although not scoring in the Buffaloes emphatic 40-4 victory against Keighley Albion in the YMS Shield semi-final his experience was vital to steady any nerves among the younger players.
With two player of the match awards in three games, Daniel has become an instant hit with the Buffaloes fans and they look forward to seeing the stylish centre add to his tries and awards totals by the end of the season.