North West Mens League Roundup: St Cuthberts, Panthers, Spring View and Scorpions seal promotions

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Premier Division

Ashton Bears P-P Halton Farnworth Hornets

Heysham Atoms 24-0 Rochdale Mayfield A

Orrell St James 34-22 Shevington Sharks

Thatto Heath Crusaders A 66-16 Walney Central

Division One

Ulverston 22-22 Oldham St Annes A- Two tries from Connor Saunders and other efforts from Marc Storey and Howard Rowley for Ulverston, were cancelled out by tries from Michael Fogerty, Greg Worrall, James Shaw, Chris Clarke and Dominic Igoe for Oldham St Annes.

Widnes Tigers 6-38 Blackbrook

Wigan St Cuthberts 78-6 Halton Simms Cross

Division Two

Pilkington Recs A 84-14 Hindpool Tigers- Five tries from Mikey Houghton, two tries from George Hannan, Lewis Caine and Rob Marsh and other efforts from Phil Riley, Ryan Stevens and Elliot Martin sealed a big win for Pilks. The Tigers responded with two tries from Finn Goodings and another from Connor Goodings, but it is a heavy defeat for them.

Chorley Panthers 58-14 Wigan St Judes A- Panthers promoted to Division One.

Westhoughton Lions 22-36 Wigan St Patricks A- St Pats confirm playoff place.

Division Three

Wigan Spring View 50-12 Woolston Rovers A- Spring View promoted to Division Two

Culcheth Eagles 24-28 Roose Pioneers- Eagles relegated to Division Four

Wigan Bulldogs 27-10 Thatto Heath Crusaders B- Tries from Chris Gregory, Matthew Hewlett, who also added a drop goal, Robbie Lindley, Jacob Williams and Ryan King won the game for the Bulldogs. Crusaders responded with tries from Louis Heyes and Tom Tunstall, but they now have to rely on the playoffs.

Crosfields A 24-0 Eccleston Lions

Division Four

Garswood Stags 34-16 South Ribble Rabbitohs

Blackpool Scorpions 24-0 Chester Gladiators- Scorpions promoted to Division Three

Division Five

Clock Face Miners A 50-6 Newton Storm

Wigan Spring View A 48-2 Bolton Mets- Two tries from Lewis Mullen, Chris Hand and Chris Whittle as well as other efforts from Dylan Prescott, Reece Evans and Lewis Smith confirmed a big win for Spring View. Bolton responded with a penalty from Daryl Devlin, but they fell to defeat.

Merit League

Garswood Stags A 28-28 Runcorn A

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