WATH carried ther sparkling form into knockout action as they saw off local rivals Hemsworth 34-10 in the Yorkshire Silver Trophy.
While by no means their best performance of the season, Wath did enough to continue their run.
Hemsworth provided a stern challenge and were certainly worthy of their two tries scored through pacey backs.
Wath piled the pressure on early and won a penalty try for their efforts.
The Hemsworth defence proved difficult to breach but Wath continued with a strong scrummage saw scrum half Josh Bird break blind to score.
Man of the match Matthew Burrows was proving difficult to stop with thunderous runs.
Burrows played a part in the next try as both forwards and backs linked well for full back Adam West to stretch over the line.
Lock Richard Hill proved influential after coming off the bench in the second half, retrieving the kick off and prop Brendan Angel barrelled over.
Winger Brett Small was next from a set move at the scrum while a powerful junking run by centre Steve Mason saw him coast over the final try.
Wath welcome Halifax Vandals to Moor Road on Saturday in Yorkshire Three.