Wath upon Dearne kept up the pressure in the race for the Yorkshire One title, with a deserved win at Scarborough last weekend.
Wath prevailed 16-8 against their seventh-placed hosts, and are now just three points away from leaders Ilkley.
Doncaster Phoenix also have 45 points, and just five points separate the top five teams in an incredibly tight division.
On Saturday, Scarborough were first on the scoresheet with a penalty, but Wath were soon back on terms when Andy Appleyard converted a penalty of his own.
The hosts then scored the first try of the game, a well-worked effort which went unconverted thanks to pressure from Ian Barker on the charge down.
Wath upped the tempo on the second half, and a powerful scrum allowed number eight Martin Balshawto power over and level the scores once again at 8-8. And Wath took the lead for the first time in the contest shortly after, when the ever-reliable Appleyard made no mistake with another penalty.
This gave Wath a renewed sense of confidence, and they went into the final quarter of the game firmly in the ascendancy.
Appleyard then put the game beyond doubt, but this time not with his boot.
A series of powerful drivers from the pack gave Wath good position, before the ball was moved wide.
Appleyard cut back inside the drifting defence, and raced over to score a game-capping try.
Elsewhere, Wath’s Development XV ran riot at home against Wheatley Hills, winning 79-12.
Oliver Stirling was named man of the match after delivering a man of the match performance.
A combined third and fourth team side beat Hallamshire 23-22.
On Sunday the Under 16s visited Selby and lost out 29-10, whilst the Under 14s welcomed Moortown and ran out winners by a 50-0 margin.