Selby cruised into the third round of the Intermediate Cup with a 34-0 victory over Wheatley Hills.

The win also represented revenge for Selby, who were beaten in the league by Wheatley last month.

Martin Protheroe (2), John Webster, Andy Gabel, Tony Godrey and Wright Phillips all crossed the line for Selby with Toby Pemberton successfully converting twice.

Centre Webster put Selby ahead on four minutes to mark his return to the side after a shoulder injury sustained in the first round defeat of Dinnington.

The move was started by No 8 Duncan Phillips.

Webster then fed Gabel for his first try of the season under the posts after 23 minutes and Protheroe touched down wide out after good work by Tony Godfrey just before the interval.

Seven minutes into the second half, Selby were forced into a double substitution with Paul Scott replacing Gabel because of a leg injury and the exhausted Phillips making way for Dave Christison.

Shortly afterwards, Jason Cicero, who had been immense in the lineout and the loose, was withdrawn with an ankle problem and Mark Tomlinson was called into the action.

Selby increased their 17-0 half-time lead with a second try from winger Protheroe before Mark Tomlinson was yellow carded in an incident that saw Wheatley's Stollery sent off for punching.

Phillips then crossed the line for the last try of the afternoon after expansive back play on 76 minutes.

Selby entertain Yarnbury next weekend in the league.

Goole were beaten 38-13 at home by Cleckheaton in the second round of the Powergen Intermediate Cup after leading 10-5. Richard Ruhman scored Goole's only try.

Harrogate, Pocklington, York RI and Malton and Norton were all without a senior game this weekend.

Updated: 11:17 Monday, October 20, 2003