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Millom 44-28 Bradford DH ....... get in!

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heard thatto have put 90 on easts.

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Saddleworth 23-16 Hunslet Warriors

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Mayfield 22 v 16 East Leeds

A goode win by Mayfield against 2nd in the league. Oh and by the way Mayfield were not at full strength.

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Well these was missing Sam Cator lee Roberts Scott partis Ryan steen Craig Todd loz wildbore Robbie smith Matty brooks Gaz Norris Matty spencley tommy Brett to name a few!!

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It used to be when teams lost they blamed injuries now they blame holidays I'm sure there will always be a reason for some

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Well these was missing Sam Cator lee Roberts Scott partis Ryan steen Craig Todd loz wildbore Robbie smith Matty brooks Gaz Norris Matty spencley tommy Brett to name a few!!

Did Lee Radford play?

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Rollman add ash Thackery, Sam Bennett, lee Radford, Lewis brown to that. As iv read over and over again sides are struggling for consistency due to many things ie injuries, holidays, weddings, stag dos, work commitments but its the same for all the sides.

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It used to be when teams lost they blamed injuries now they blame holidays I'm sure there will always be a reason for some

There's losing and there's being embarrassed

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Lock Lane 36-6 Miners

I was going to go to this game today.

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Think our lads will be embarrased but can't dwell on something like that just feel for the young kids that played there first conference games

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Lock Lane 36 v 6 Leigh Miners

Leigh Miners six match winning run came to an end this afternoon after they was well beaten 36-6 against a well drilled Lock Lane side on a warm day in Castleford. Miners were poor in the first half but at the same time Lock Lane were clinical in what they did and it wouldn't of really mattered how Miners was playing the home side was the hungrier of the two sides and was eager to bounce back from their defeat last week. The home side scored four first half tries to take a 24-0 lead into the break with half back Danny Rowse and loose forward Chris Siddons being influential throughout.

At the start of the second half things got worse for Miners when Lock Lane scored inside the opening couple of minutes to make it 30-0. After that the rest of the game was rather scrappy with both teams trying to force things with Miners obviously having to with how many they was losing by and Lock Lane going away from what had been working well for them trying to score of every play. Martin Gray scored a consolation try for Miners which Jonny Youds converted to make it 30-6 before the home side finished off the scoring in the final few minutes with their sixth try to make the final score 36-6.

Next week Miners are away at Skirlaugh.

LOCK LANE TEAM - Adam Garlick. James Cryer, Tom Wood, Nicky Saxton, Andy Matthews, Mikey Hayward, Danny Rowse, Bart Hold, Craig Duncan, Rob Firth, Luke Tagg, Karl Robinson, Chris Siddons Subs – Joe Groves, Paul Brown, Steve Scott, Ben Brown

LOCK LANE MOM - Chris Siddons

MINERS TEAM - Jonny Youds, Danny Myers, Martin Gray, Adam Thomason, Jonny Carroll, Liam Coleman, Jimmy Muir, Kev Howells, Tony Doyle, Darryl Kay, Chris Slater, Lee Gittins, Dave Rowlands SUBS = Joe Harrison, Dave Wood, Gary Greenough, Gary Gittins

MINERS MOM -Jonny Youds

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There's losing and there's being embarrassed

Welcome to summer rugby , full stop

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Can happen at any level Wigan 70 London 0!!!!!!

No just another RFL plan gone wrong.

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