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#1 shun

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 02:57 PM

Kells 122-7 Waterhead



#2 Defender1

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 04:50 PM

Did Waterhead travel with 10 men?

#3 Havenwarrior

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 05:53 PM

Did Waterhead travel with 10 men?


14 actually.


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#4 chisholm 2

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 06:19 PM

It must be soul destroying for all the players,coaches and committee of Waterhead who have travelled today. They are not alone in fielding badly weakened teams on the occasional weekend, I am afraid that this is the future for a lot of teams in the NCL. What is happening to our game ?



#5 Havenwarrior

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 06:30 PM

Considering Kells have to travel many miles for every Away game, they will have No Sympathy for teams who only come up this way once a season.


They never gave up, played with a lot of heart.

Game was played in Good Spirit, there wasn't many penalties, and I don't think there was any for foul play.

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#6 TheDuke

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 06:44 PM

summer time holidays, groups of lads go away all together

 

Cas Lock Lane took the spoils at Saltend today, they look a very big strong and fast side, perhaps the scoreline was a bit harsh on us, but at the end of the day they took their chances and we didn't

 

all the best for the rest of the year



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Posted 28 June 2014 - 07:01 PM

It must be soul destroying for all the players,coaches and committee of Waterhead who have travelled today. They are not alone in fielding badly weakened teams on the occasional weekend, I am afraid that this is the future for a lot of teams in the NCL. What is happening to our game ?


Summer rugby, unfortunately!

#8 DaveButt

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 08:32 PM

Can someone please confirm the Myton v Rochdale Mayfield score as a 34 - 18 win for Mayfield.



#9 Havenwarrior

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 08:34 PM

Myton Warriors 18 - 34 Rochdale Mayfield Full time



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#10 shun

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 10:47 PM

Millom also won. Get in!!

#11 Defender1

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 03:16 PM

Looking at the NCL website team sheet Waterhead had no 5, 13 and 1 sub so could have only been 12

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 04:59 PM

Leigh Miners 36 v 24 Egremont Rangers

Leigh Miners kept their unbeaten home record intact yesterday afternoon, but only just after an unconvincing 36-24 win against a young enthusiastic Egremont side who with several players missing had Miners rattled early in the second half. It was the home side who opened the scoring five minutes into the game when prop Martin Gray went over on the right to score, Jonny Youds converting to make it 6-0. Miners increased their lead to ten points when Jonny Youds went over just short of the twenty minute mark but a determined Egremont side hit back ten minutes later with a converted try to make it 10-6 and they could have scored more points if they had taken there chances, but for better decision making or a better pass they could have found themselves in front. With the score looking like it would be 10-6 going into the half time interval Miners hit Egremont with a quick fire double just before the break, the first coming from Australian Shaun Dowie who scored in the left corner and that was quickly followed by a converted try by Jonny Youds who scored in the final set of the half to give Miners a 20-6 half time lead which was harsh on the visitors with the game being much closer than the scoreline suggested.

The opening ten to fifteen minutes of the second half was all Egremont with them scoring three converted tries to take the lead for the first time, and it was nothing more than they deserved with Miners being all over the place defensively. From the third Egremont try which made the score 24-20 Miners knew they needed to change things so made four changes before play restarted to try and stop Egremont's momentum, from the next set some good pressure on the last tackle forced Egremont into turning the ball over inside their own half and from that Miners got straight back in the game with a try in the right corner from winger Jake Waterworth, Youds converting off the touchline to edge the home side back in front at 26-24. Miners where in again soon after with a second try of the afternoon for Shaun Dowie to make it 30-24 with just over twenty minutes remaining. The final quarter was nip and tuck with the game well in the balance but thankfully for Miners they wrapped the game up in the final few minutes with a try from Ellis Grimes, Youds converting to give the final score 36-24 and leave Miners in sixth position with plenty to work on in the coming weeks after a three week break.


Miners are away next week at Bradford Dudley Hill in the second round of the Conference Challenge Trophy.

MINERS TEAM = Jonny Youds, Jake Waterworth, Danny Jackson, Shaun Dowie, Andrew Groves, James Muir, Scott O'Brien, Martin Gray, Tom Farrimond, Darryl Kay, Ellis Grimes, Tom Parkinson, Dave Rowlands, Subs = Mathew Meaden, Jack Probert, Chris Bower, Gary Gittins

MINERS MOM = Scott O'Brien

EGREMONT TEAM = Jack Stainton, Ryan Barnes, Ryan Smith, Keiron Glenn, Jordan Young, Paul Corkhill, Lewis Beckwith, Brad Hailes, Daniel Telford, Matt Bewsher, Pete Bewsher, Pat Wells, Matthew Henson, Subs – Quinn Wright, Tom Whalley, Kevin Brown, Peter Dean

EGREMONT MOM = Mathew Henson

#13 sidsmudge

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 05:32 PM

Siddal gave a debut yesterday to Billy Hammond ...one off 5 rugby union playing brothers from Halifax side Old Crossleyan's rufc !!

#14 TaxiEgg

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 06:04 PM

Nowt wrong with summer rugby ,
NWML only one game played in div 2

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 09:13 PM

Whent to watch dudley ? Ellend and nathan kiston is 1 of the best if not the best player in the country at the minute

#16 Defender1

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 09:36 PM

I do not know the lad but if he is that good why has he not been snapped up as there are some average semi pro players out there at the moment, or is it his choice not too?

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 10:04 PM

Whent to watch dudley ? Ellend and nathan kiston is 1 of the best if not the best player in the country at the minute


Kitty was great for us today but think game changed when he moved to 13 and Isaac brown came on at 9 with these two together they are very dangerous

#18 thepimp007

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 10:06 PM

I do not know the lad but if he is that good why has he not been snapped up as there are some average semi pro players out there at the moment, or is it his choice not too?


But if both couple of chances he has had not been good for him

#19 thepimp007

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 10:07 PM

Leigh Miners 36 v 24 Egremont Rangers

Leigh Miners kept their unbeaten home record intact yesterday afternoon, but only just after an unconvincing 36-24 win against a young enthusiastic Egremont side who with several players missing had Miners rattled early in the second half. It was the home side who opened the scoring five minutes into the game when prop Martin Gray went over on the right to score, Jonny Youds converting to make it 6-0. Miners increased their lead to ten points when Jonny Youds went over just short of the twenty minute mark but a determined Egremont side hit back ten minutes later with a converted try to make it 10-6 and they could have scored more points if they had taken there chances, but for better decision making or a better pass they could have found themselves in front. With the score looking like it would be 10-6 going into the half time interval Miners hit Egremont with a quick fire double just before the break, the first coming from Australian Shaun Dowie who scored in the left corner and that was quickly followed by a converted try by Jonny Youds who scored in the final set of the half to give Miners a 20-6 half time lead which was harsh on the visitors with the game being much closer than the scoreline suggested.

The opening ten to fifteen minutes of the second half was all Egremont with them scoring three converted tries to take the lead for the first time, and it was nothing more than they deserved with Miners being all over the place defensively. From the third Egremont try which made the score 24-20 Miners knew they needed to change things so made four changes before play restarted to try and stop Egremont's momentum, from the next set some good pressure on the last tackle forced Egremont into turning the ball over inside their own half and from that Miners got straight back in the game with a try in the right corner from winger Jake Waterworth, Youds converting off the touchline to edge the home side back in front at 26-24. Miners where in again soon after with a second try of the afternoon for Shaun Dowie to make it 30-24 with just over twenty minutes remaining. The final quarter was nip and tuck with the game well in the balance but thankfully for Miners they wrapped the game up in the final few minutes with a try from Ellis Grimes, Youds converting to give the final score 36-24 and leave Miners in sixth position with plenty to work on in the coming weeks after a three week break.


Miners are away next week at Bradford Dudley Hill in the second round of the Conference Challenge Trophy.

MINERS TEAM = Jonny Youds, Jake Waterworth, Danny Jackson, Shaun Dowie, Andrew Groves, James Muir, Scott O'Brien, Martin Gray, Tom Farrimond, Darryl Kay, Ellis Grimes, Tom Parkinson, Dave Rowlands, Subs = Mathew Meaden, Jack Probert, Chris Bower, Gary Gittins

MINERS MOM = Scott O'Brien

EGREMONT TEAM = Jack Stainton, Ryan Barnes, Ryan Smith, Keiron Glenn, Jordan Young, Paul Corkhill, Lewis Beckwith, Brad Hailes, Daniel Telford, Matt Bewsher, Pete Bewsher, Pat Wells, Matthew Henson, Subs – Quinn Wright, Tom Whalley, Kevin Brown, Peter Dean

EGREMONT MOM = Mathew Henson


We are looking forward to next week pal

#20 legend killer

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Posted 30 June 2014 - 06:37 AM



Whent to watch dudley ? Ellend and nathan kiston is 1 of the best if not the best player in the country at the minute

Not sure about that, he will stand out playing in division 2, but to say he is one of the best in the country is a big call





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