Kingstone Press NCL Roundup: Ince promoted, Kells and Sharks down

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Premier Division

Rochdale Mayfield 14-15 West Hull

Underbank Rangers 66-10 Egremont Rangers

Siddal 36-6 Kells

Wath Brow Hornets 12-12 Thatto Heath Crusaders- Converted tries from Peter Caddy and Lewis McCarron for the Hornets were cancelled out by two tries for Josh Crehan and another for Connor Dwyer, although all were unconverted, by the Crusaders.

Leigh Miners Rangers 18-30 Hunslet Club Parkside

Lock Lane 14-18 Thornhill Trojans- Tries from Nick Mitchell, Daniel Ratcliffe and Jake Wilson claimed a crucial win for the Trojans. Lock Lane responded with two tries from Oliver Bloomer and another from Daniel Sowerby, but their losing run goes on.

Division One

Milford 56-6 Dewsbury Moor Maroons

Myton Warriors 8-8 Stanningley

Oulton Raiders 18-31 Featherstone Lions

Saddleworth Rangers 36-14 Normanton Knights

York Acorn 64-16 Skirlaugh

Division Two

Askam 4-58 Ince Rose Bridge

Bradford Dudley Hill 52-10 East Leeds

Wigan St Judes 80-0 Shaw Cross Sharks

West Bowling 44-18 Crosfields

Clock Face Miners 22-32 Barrow Island

Division Three

Batley Boys 16-18 Oldham St Annes

Eastmoor Dragons 46-12 Salford City Roosters

Gateshead Storm 10-52 Woolston Rovers

Drighlington 26-8 Heworth- Tries from Jake Dearden, Josh Ramsden, John Gallagher and Gary Smith won the game for the Cumbrians. Heworth responded with efforts from Rhys Bailey and James Gill but they miss the chance to close the gap to the top two.

Hunslet Warriors 28-12 Dewsbury Celtic- Two tries from Tyler Dargan and others for Josh McLelland, Daryl Gaunt and Liam Brown won the game for the Warriors. Celtic responded with tries from Harry Copley and Alex Wightman, but they were well beaten.

Leigh East 12-28 Waterhead Warriors

Millom 32-18 Hensingham- Tries from Ross Brookes, Lee Posselthwaite, Noah Robinson, Charlie Emslie, Tom Sibley and Kian McPherson earned the much needed win for Millom. The visitors responded with two tries from Luke Charlton and another from Steven Smith, but they were beaten.

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