YORK Groves bounced back from a heavy derby defeat to Wetherby to run up a cricket score of their own against lowly Guiseley.

Man of the match Chris Corr - who is on York City Knights' Academy books - shone brightest as the Terriers scored nine tries in their 52-16 Pennine League division four win.

Guiseley opened the scoring with a penalty but Groves soon took command as Jason Dunn stole the ball in a one-on-one tackle close to the line and twisted over.

Corr then burst through to score before Paul Watson weaved around three would-be tacklers to the line.

Full-back Mark Arnold scored twice in quick succession, the first from 80 metres, to add to the growing tally and Matt Withers executed a perfect runaround with player-coach Simon Moat to fool the defence and cross the whitewash.

Guiseley hit back before the break with an unconverted try but Dean Kilbride scored a trademark solo 60-metre try and turned provider to put Withers in to complete a double.

The final 20 minutes were more even as Guiseley played with more determination and scored two tries, but Groves had the final say when Kilbride scored another long-distance effort.

Updated: 10:08 Tuesday, February 14, 2006