Kingstone Press Cider National Conference League round-up

Premier Division Round Up

HULL DOCKERS are now second in the table after a brilliant second half performance against OUTLON RAIDERS.
Raiders led 18-10 at the break but didn’t have an answer to a rampant Dockers side, led by man of the match Liam Reid.

Oli Bloomer gave Oulton an 11th minute lead with a try which Josh Murray converted. The visitors hit back to then lead 10-6.

Steve Milne got the first of his brace with another one from Nathan Powley, with a Ross Kemp Conversion
Raiders hit back just after the half hour mark with a try from Andy Williamson and then Dom Flanagan scored just before the half time break.

The second half was dominated by the East Yorkshire side. Reid went in two minutes in to the second half and then by the 60th minute they led 34-18 with tries from Darren Bumby, Milne and Kemp.

Kemp landed all four conversions, giving him a personal tally of 22 points for the day. He also doubled his try tally with 11 minutes to go and his teammate Powley also scoring one.

Kemp kicked both conversions. Oulton had the last say with a try through Tommy Griffiths and Murray’s fourth conversion.

Division One Round Up

KELLS trip to NORMANTON KNIGHTS looked like it would be a tight game, with the two team’s joint top on 27 points that proved to be the case.

It looked like Kells would take the two points from the game as they led 20-12 midway through the second half. But with a late charge by Normanton meant that the points were shared.

It took 15 minutes for the deadlock to be broken and it came from a try by Normanton’s scrum half Mulcahy, he converted his own try. Kells then hit back and got within a two points difference four minutes later through Tyrone Dalton.
It was Normanton’s turn to score when second row Ryan Kelsey powered over the line. Mulcahy converted. Three minutes from the break Craig Benson hit back for the Cumbria team.

Momentum seemed to be with Kells in the second half when substitute Lewis White went over two minutes over into the second half. Close to the hour mark full back Dominic Weir went in for a try. With Milburn converting.

With 13 minutes left Normanton gave themselves a lifeline when substitute Joe Crossland crossed the line. Stephen Lewis also scored six minutes from time. However Mulcahy failed to convert the tries.

Last week SALFORD easily beat MYTON, but this weekend it was revenge time for Myton.

Try machine Nathan Slater was at his best with a hat-trick of tries. But the retuning HULL DOCKERS are now second in the table after a brilliant second half performance against OUTLON RAIDERS.

Raiders led 18-10 at the break but didn’t have an answer to a rampant Dockers side, led by man of the match Liam Reid.

Oli Bloomer gave Oulton an 11th minute lead with a try which Josh Murray converted. The visitors hit back to then lead 10-6. Steve Milne got the first of his brace with another one from Nathan Powley, with a Ross Kemp Conversion.

Raiders hit back just after the half hour mark with a try from Andy Williamson and then Dom Flanagan scored just before the half time break.

The second half was dominated by the East Yorkshire side. Reid went in two minutes in to the second half and then by the 60th minute they led 34-18 with tries from Darren Bumby, Milne and Kemp.

Kemp landed all four conversions, giving him a personal tally of 22 points for the day. He also doubled his try tally with 11 minutes to go and his teammate Powley also scoring one.

Kemp kicked both conversions. Oulton had the last say with a try through Tommy Griffiths and Murray’s fourth conversion.

Division One Round Up

KELLS trip to NORMANTON KNIGHTS looked like it would be a tight game, with the two team’s joint top on 27 points that proved to be the case.

It looked like Kells would take the two points from the game as they led 20-12 midway through the second half. But with a late charge by Normanton meant that the points were shared.

It took 15 minutes for the deadlock to be broken and it came from a try by Normanton’s scrum half Mulcahy, he converted his own try. Kells then hit back and got within a two points difference four minutes later through Tyrone Dalton.

It was Normanton’s turn to score when second row Ryan Kelsey powered over the line. Mulcahy converted. Three minutes from the break Craig Benson hit back for the Cumbria team.

Momentum seemed to be with Kells in the second half when substitute Lewis White went over two minutes over into the second half. Close to the hour mark full back Dominic Weir went in for a try. With Milburn converting.

With 13 minutes left Normanton gave themselves a lifeline when substitute Joe Crossland crossed the line. Stephen Lewis also scored six minutes from time. However Mulcahy failed to convert the tries.

Last week SALFORD easily beat MYTON, but this weekend it was revenge time for Myton.

Try machine Nathan Slater was at his best with a hat-trick of tries. But the retuning Nathan Hill took man of the match as they led 24-0 at the break.

The only points for the roosters was a try on the 49th minute from Jordan Parker, who converted his own try. Slater set Myton on their way with an eight minute try with Ashley James adding four goals in the first half.

Prop Richard Dunham, Slater and Kris Walker all found their way over the line for a comfortable half time lead.

The score went to 30-0 two minutes into the second half with Slater’s third try with a Parker conversion. Mike Ward added Myton’s sixth try on the 53rd minute with Kris Walker scoring four minutes later.

Division Two Round Up

BRADFORD Dudley Hill came from 4-6 down at halftime to take the win after a battle with ASKAM. Neil Wall scored 16 points and bagged man of the match.

Askam took a ten minute lead with a Gary Bolton try, Adam Jackson converting. Then Hill scored his first of his hat-trick on the 16th minute It stayed this way until the 43rd minute when Adam Jefferson edged Bradford in front with a try.

A Jon Walsh try gained Askam the lead on the 53rd minute, but it was all Bradford from there on, Wall bagged his second and then Evans then scored before Wall crossed for this third of the day. Holroyd bagged himself a try before Brentley crossed one minute from time.

After man of the match Joe Fox crossed for the first of what would be eleven tries for FEATHERSTONE Lions, it didn’t look good for STANLEY Rangers. All the rangers could do was score a try on the 28th minute through Senkiw.

The 11 tries came from Fox, who grabbed two, Frankland, Harcastle, Classell who bagged a hat-trick, Yates, Eadie, Gibbins and Hepworth. With Jackson kicking 9/11 conversions.

 

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