Kingstone Press Cider National Conference League round-up


SIDDAL produced a superb display to power past EAST LEEDS 44-12.

Billy Hammond and Dominic Booth both crossed twice as the Halifax-based visitors claimed their tenth win of the campaign to move second in the table.

Taniela Bakoso, Chris Brooke, Daniel Williams and Ross White also crossed for the blue and whites, with six goals from Gavin Stead completing a good afternoons work.

The away side cruised into a 28-6 lead by the break and not even the dismissal of winger Bakoso could halt their progress.

The hosts replied with stand-off Nathan Conroy converting his own efforts in each half.

LEIGH MINERS RANGERS sit third in the table following a 34-24 home win over EGREMONT RANGERS.

Full-back Jonny Youds supplied a try and five goals for a Miners side that powered into a commanding 22-0 lead by half-time.

Gareth Pain, Tommy Parkinson, Darryl Kay, Mick O’Boyle and Andrew Groves all added their names to the home side’s scorers list, whilst the visitors improved in the second period to cross for five tries of their own.

Jack Short, Leon Crellin, Matt McEwan, Matthew Bewsher and Ryan Barnes were the men to touchdown, with Ross Brookes adding a couple of conversions.

THATTO HEATH CRUSADERS ran in eight tries to demolish HULL DOCKERS 40-8.

Centre Sean Leicester was in the points with a try and three goals, whist Shaun Quinn was on target with a conversion.

Bradley Ashurst, Dave Sutton, Aaron Dancer, Niall Allen, Nathan Ashurst, Sean Kenny and Josh Halstead were the other Thatto try scorers.

Dockers – who trailed just 14-8 at the interval – were limited to first half four-pointers from Steve Milne and Rich Lamplough.

Karl Dixon crossed for four tries as WATH BROW HORNETS crushed OULTON RAIDERS 64-20.

Fran King and Luke Davidson both grabbed a brace, whilst Cole Walker-Taylor (6) and Jason Connery (2) added the extras.

Callum Farrer, Connery, Greg Howland and Adam Ramsden also crossed the whitewash for a win that moves the Hornets away from the relegation places and to within a single point of the play-off places.

Oulton replied with efforts from James Cruikshank, Lawrence Dibb, Dom Flanagan – who also kicked two goals – and Josh Murray.

WEST HULL gave their hopes of avoiding the drop a boost with a 42-34 victory over ROCHDALE MAYFIELD.

Both sides crossed for seven tries in an entertaining contest but it was the reigning champions who shaded it thanks to the goal-kicking of Ian Kerman (4) and Danny Nicklas (3).

Ash Rout, Josh Nicklin, Callum Windley, Jamie Edwards, James Garmston, Jacob Moore and Callum King touched down for a Wests side that were 28-16 to the good by half-time.

Mayfield remained in the game throughout but came up short despite efforts from Wayne Corcoran, Matt Calland, Sam Butterworth – who also kicked three goals – Todd O’Brien, Ben Naululmatua (2) and Lewis Sheridan.

Both sides finished with men missing as Mayfield saw Paul Brearley dismissed, with Wests having Edwards and Kerman red-carded.

Honours were even as WIGAN ST PATRICKS and LOCK LANE played out a 30-30 draw.

A try from visiting full-back Mikey Hayward – goaled by Danny Rowse – meant matters ended even, although the hosts will be annoyed at letting a 22-14 half-time lead slip.

Callum Butler, Adam Garlick, Richard Lupton, Nathan Fozzard and Aaron Dobek were the other Lane try scorers, with Rowse adding a three goals.

Jamie Winstanley-Bristo and Liam Gannon both claimed a brace for St Pats, whilst Afrez Oderinde and Josh Leiper also crossed.

Winstanley-Bristo and Anthony Griffiths (2) added the extras.

Saturday August 15:

East Leeds 12 v 44 Siddal
Leigh Miners Rangers 34 v 24 Egremont Rangers
Thatto Heath Crusaders 40 v 8 Hull Dockers
Wath Brow Hornets 64 v 20 Oulton Raiders
West Hull 42 v 34 Rochdale Mayfield
Wigan St Patricks 30 v 30 Lock Lane


Lee Jones and Connor Matthews both scored twice to help INCE ROSE BRIDGE to a 38-24 home success over HUNSLET WARRIORS.

Callum Hughes, Adam Dwyer and Jordan Blakeley also touched down as five goals from Kenny Baker completed the win.

The Warriors hit back through Karl Featherstone (2), Richard Wheelhouse and Caldon Bravo, with Gary McClelland landing four goals.

KELLS leapfrogged NORMANTON KNIGHT into top spot after beating them 36-18.

The Knights were level 12-12 at the break but couldn’t keep pace with the hosts in the second half despite tries from Chris Woolford, Adie Mulcahy – who also kicked three goals – and Connor Taylor.

Dom Wear (2) led the home sides charge which also saw Ben Milburn boot six goals.

Daniel Joyce, Tony Burns, David Ford and Tyrone Dalton were the other try scorers for the Cumbrians.

Twenty-two points from Ryan Oxtoby helped MILFORD MARLINS to a comfortable 46-4 win over SALFORD CITY ROOSTERS.

The stand-off crossed for two tries and kicked seven goals for the home side who had other scorers in Tom Barnes, Joe Ramsden, James Coates, Jamie I’Anson, James Barker and Jack Pickles.

The visitors only highlight came when Christian Higgins touched down.


Kris Walker landed a field-goal which ultimately proved the difference, whilst Stu Oades and Nathan Hill added their tries. Ash James (3) and Walker kicked the goals.

Acorn came up just short despite four-pointers from Joe Budd, Jordan Potter and Tim Stubbs, plus a couple of conversions from Stephen Mackley.

PILKINGTON RECS powered past SKIRLAUGH 72-16 with Ian Stanley and Greg Smith both claiming hat-tricks.

Kyron Knapper, Mark Briody (2), Ryan Hilliard, Josh Lynch, John Rees and Andrew Knapper also touched down as Danny Lynch booted 10 goals.

Skirlaugh – who were 32-6 adrift as the interval – finished with tries to Tommy Harrison, Carl Puckering and Harry Inman, with Puckering adding a couple of conversions.

SADDLEWORTH RANGERS suffered a 50-0 drubbing at SHAW CROSS SHARKS.

Sam Ottewell helped himself to a hat-trick and Jack Gledhill claimed a brace as the Sharks dominated throughout.

Martin Woodhead, Robbie Byatt, Brandon French and Andrew Fawkes also touched down as seven Danny Flowers goals saw them hit fifty.

WIGAN ST JUDES let a big lead slip to lose 26-24 at home to ELLAND.

The hosts were 24-6 ahead early in the second half after tries from Dean Hunt – who also kicked four goals – Nathan Bevan, Dave Carney and Stephen King.

However, the visitors roared back to take the points thanks to touchdowns from Dave Webb, Jorge Fairbank, Chris Collimore, Joe Fradgley and James Marshall, plus three Cayci Pearson conversions.

Saturday August 15:

Ince Rose Bridge 38 v 24 Hunslet Warriors
Kells 36 v 18 Normanton Knights
Milford Marlins 46 v 4 Salford City Roosters
Myton Warriors 17 v 16 York Acorn
Pilkington Recs 72 v 16 Skirlaugh
Shaw Cross Sharks 50 v 0 Saddleworth Rangers
Wigan St Judes 24 v 26 Elland


With leaders Featherstone Lions not in action MILLOM moved top of the table after a 45-20 win at ASKAM.

Ethan Kelly and Lee Postlethwaite both scored twice for a visiting side which were 41-4 to the good by half-time.

Jonathan Hodgson, Owen Myers, Steve Dawson and Paul Carter also touched down with Adam Kelly completing a good afternoon with six goals and a field-goal.

Jonathan Walsh, Jack Moses, Ethan Guy and Russ Bolton replied for the home side and Adam Jackson was on target with two conversions.

BLACKBROOK came out on top at LEIGH EAST winning 56-20.

Scott Davidson and Lee Brown both claimed hat-tricks for the visitors, as Danny Fairhurst, Jack Parker, Jordan Darwin, Dean Cross and Callum Welsby also touched down, and Ste Parkinson (5) and Dan Parkes added the extras.

Pat Grainey (2), Josh Adudwumaa and Craig Wingfield hit back for Leigh, with Matt Pendlebury kicking two conversions.

BRADFORD DUDLEY HILL returned from Huddersfield with the points after battling past UNDERBANK RANGERS 18-16.

Aiden Batey’s second try 12 minutes from time proved to be the difference, whilst Andrew Walker and Adam Jefferson also scored for the visitors and Neil Wall added a goal.

Defeat will have been hard to take for a home side which had recovered from 14-0 down to lead through tries by Michael Lang, Luke Nelmes and Kris Harrop, two of which Richard Pogson converted.

Saturday August 15

Askam 20 v 45 Millom
Leigh East 20 v 56 Blackbrook
Underbank Rangers 16 v 18 Bradford Dudley Hill


DRIGHLINGTON ran in 12 tries to thrash WIBSEY WARRIORS 68-10.

The home side could only muster tries to Luke Helliwell and Brad Tattersall – plus a Louis Barrett conversion – and trailed 46-4 at the break.

Dan Cahill grabbed four tries for the rampant visitors, whilst Jake Dearden and Lee Mulhern both crossed twice.

Josh Milnes landed 10 goals with the other tries going to Dan Sanderson, Tom Moorby, Andy Brearley and Stephen McIntyre.

CROSFIELDS got the better of WATERHEAD WARRIORS winning 26-14.

The home side were 26-0 ahead by half-time after tries to Jack Reid – who also kicked three goals – Matt Mahoney, Chris Burgess, Ian Boden and Matt Barber.

However, the second half belonged to the Warriors who got some consolation with tries from Scott Frost, Darren Nixon and Ciaran Dean, plus a Jamie Mayall conversion.


Jacob Flathers helped himself to a try and five goals, whilst there were other scores from Cammy Brice, Phil Shotton, Bartley O’Brien, Cameron Adleigh, Tom Kaye, Jordan Foster, George Croisdale and Andrew Boardman.

Lewis Burbridge and Daniel Mole grabbed late consolation efforts for the Storm, with Dom Mewes adding a goal.


The bottom-placed side only trailed 16-10 at the break, but they couldn’t add to first half scores from Jason Roberts and Christopher Boot, plus a James Slater conversion.

Omar Alrawi led the Parkside point scoring with a four-try display, whilst Andy Hullock chipped in with two tries and a goal.

Mark Stubley, Jake Southern, Adam Biscombe and Dale Harris completed the try scoring, as Craig McShane (4) and Jamie Fields (3) added further goals.

THORNHILL TROJANS remain on course for promotion following a 30-6 triumph over WOOLSTON ROVERS.

Mindugas Bendikas and Adam Allerton both scored twice, whilst Adam Johnson and Scott Green also went over. Joel Gibson landed three goals.

The visitors sole success came when Danny Garcia-Brown converted a Ryan Brown effort.

Saturday August 15

Crosfields 26 v 14 Waterhead Warriors
Dewsbury Moor Maroons 46 v 10 Gateshead Storm
Eastmoor Dragons 10 v 56 Hunslet Club Parkside
Thornhill Trojans 30 v 6 Woolston Rovers
Wibsey Warriors 10 v 68 Drighlington

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