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EL OF A BATTLE By Martin Morgan TITLE CHASING Ellenborough moved two points clear of Cumberland League Division One top four rivals Kells after a hard fought 24 18 win over the Whitehaven outfit.
But eight points from Ellenborough in a four minute spell saw the hosts get their noses in front for the first time, thanks to a Jason Moore try, and a McGee conversion and penalty. Four minutes from half time, prop Lee Rutherford crossed to hand Kells a 14 12 lead. But louis vuitton purses styles Ellenborough forged ahead after the break, racking up 12 unanswered points, courtesy of a Gary Anderson try, Paul McGee's second try and two conversions. Miller grabbed his second try on 73 minutes but Ellenborough held on to claim second spot behind Seaton, who maintained their momentum with a 26 4 win over visitors Wath Brow. Stuart Ackerley and Michael Little shared four tries for Seaton, with Richard George also crossing and Duncan Moyle adding three goals. Colin Armstrong's team are still four points louis vuitton purses discontinued ahead of Ellenborough, but the Maryport outfit have two games in hand. Lowca and Westfield fought out a 32 all thriller, Lee Allen scoring a hat trick for Lowca, with another ex Town pro Dave Pettit louis vuitton alma epi electric noir crossing for the visitors. Egremont did their points agenda louis vuitton d&occasion difference a power of good with a 60 6 win over Maryport. The hosts amassed 11 tries, Stephen Long, Lee Park and John Jackson all crossing twice. Ben Walker, Stephen Morris, Graham Lawson, John Young and James Watson also touched down, Darren Block adding eight goals. Mark Foster scored Maryport's only try, Mark Cartwright converting. Champions Hensingham showed signs of a return to form with a 24 6 win at Broughton Red Rose. Craig McAvoy and brother Scott, David Phillip and Ryan Scott, touched down for the visitors, Andrew Pattinson slotting four goals. Carlise Saints took advantage of Wigton's inactivity to take over at the top of Division Two, following a 44 0 win over Egremont A. Richard Massey, Richard Nicholson and Michael Dodd all touched down twice for the hosts. Westfield A and Flimby fought out a 34 all draw. Neil Atkinson scored two tries and landed two goals for Westfield, with John Hughes, Dave Watson, Tony Tinkler and Peter Timney also crossing, Steve Worthington adding three goals. Andrew Pearce replied with a try and three goals for the visitors, Ross Tinkler adding a brace of touch downs. Lee Williams, Dean Smith and Gary Steele also notched four pointers, Tony McKay adding two goals. Eight players got on the try sheet for Glasson in their 48 14 win over Hensingham A. Derek Stott, Ryan Ivison, Neil Rowley, Brian Pattinson, Nicky Crellin, Gary Pickering, Greg Rowley and Craig Hamilton, who also added eight goals, all crossed.
Lee Jones, Craig Laverick and Stephen Holgate replied for the hosts, Neil Waddington adding a goal. Brendan Riley notched 28 points, courtesy of two tries and 10 goals, as Kells A beat Seaton A 72 6, Barry Boyd registering a hat trick for the home side. Simon Shepherd claimed a brace of tries as Salterbeck Storm beat Ellenborough A 28 14, after leading 16 10 at the break.
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