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Heath power clear in second half

HEATH beat Bradford Salem for the second Saturday running at Shay Lane, this time by 47-14 to move up to third in Yorkshire One behind leaders York and Scarborough.

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Crocs coach still aiming high

Crocs coach still aiming high

Player-coach Ryan Hammond was in no mood to revise his ambitions after Old Crossleyans were beaten 38-17 at home by Pontefract in Yorkshire One yesterday.

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Siddal v Thatto Heath
Grand Final qualifier

Lee Greenwood and Caanan Smithies

Siddal face Crusaders in final

Siddal will meet Thatto Heath Crusaders in next Saturday’s National League Grand Final at Widnes (2.15).

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Brods v Scarborough. Yorkshire Shield
 Eddie Carter touching down for his second try,

Carter double in vain for Brods

Old Brodleians bowed out of the Yorkshire Shield, losing 38-19 at home to Scarborough in a fast flowing game which was a good advert for the sport at this level.

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Three-try burst is decisive

Three-try burst is decisive

Old Rishworthians moved into the next round of the Yorkshire Shield with a 29-8 home win over a well-motivated North Ribblesdale side who had them on the rack for a large part of the game.

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Bradford Salem v Heath in Yorkshire Shield. Heath won 26-23.

Ezra Hinchliffe

Heath battle to Shield win

Heath earned a trip to Beverley in the Yorkshire Shield quarter finals on November 18 with a 26-23 win away to Bradford Salem yesterday.

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Siddal v Thatto Heath
Grand Final qualifier
Sean McCormack try

Grand fightback from Siddal

Siddal’s comeback kings powered into the National Conference League’s Grand Final with a 36-22 win at home to Thatto Heath Crusaders in yesterday’s qualifying tie.

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New Fax arrivals

New Fax arrivals

Halifax RLFC have announced additions to their board and playing staff.

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Old Crossleyans player-coach Ryan Hammond against Ripon

Ryan’s men keep up good work

Old Crossleyans maintained their fine start to the season in Yorkshire Two with a 25-20 win at West Park Leeds on Saturday.

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Brods v Bradford Salem
Laurie Hamer scoring his try.

Six wins on bounce for Brods

Old Brodleians remain two points behind free-scoring York at the top of Yorkshire One after a 35-17 success over Bradford Salem at Woodhead yesterday.

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Late tries to no avail for Halifax

Late tries to no avail for Halifax

Halifax were made to pay for a slow start as they slipped to a 38-17 loss to Bramley Phoenix in Yorkshire Four North West yesterday.

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Heath v Selby

Ezra Hinchliffe squeezes in at the corner

Superb Heath ravage Selby

Heath went on the rampage with an eight-try mauling of lowly Selby, winning 60-6 at North Dean yesterday to retain their top four position in Yorkshire One.

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York v Old Rishworthians
Anthony Shoesmith opens the scoring

Leaders shown too much respect

Rishworthians took 30 minutes to realise that they could live with Yorkshire One leaders York but by then it was too late and they lost 40-19.

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Old Crossleyans v. Leodensians

Crocs are joint top

Old Crossleyans share the leadership of Yorkshire Two after Saturday’s 18-7 home success over Old Leodiensiens, who find themselves propping up the rest.

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Selby v Brods
Pete Williams

Rock-solid Brods win again

Old Brodleians’ road trip to Selby produced another maximum haul of five league points in a 34-7 Yorkshire One success.

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Keighley v Heath
Chris Moore, Matt Beasty and Sam Pollard

Barnes try gives Heath victory

Heath completed a hat-trick of wins when they snatched a 20-17 win at Keighley in Yorkshire One yesterday.

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Halifax edged out

Halifax edged out

Halifax RUFC were left to rue missed opportunities as they suffered an agonising 7-6 loss to Leeds Corinthians in Yorkshire Four North West.

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Old Rishworthians vs Wheatley Hills
Kian Stewart

Stewart double in Rishies win

Rishworthians came from behind in the second half to register their first home Yorkshire One victory with a 35-25 success over Wheatley Hills yesterday.

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Yarnbury v Old Crossleyans. Andy Day right

Brannan try salvages point

Old Crossleyans were unable to produce the free flowing rugby of the previous week’s opening victory against Roundhegians and were beaten 17-13 at Yarnbury on Saturday.

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Brods v Hullensians  is Brodie Wilson scoring our last try.

Brods make it two out of two

Old Brodleians followed up their opening day success away to Old Rishworthians with a comfortable 17-5 victory at home to Hullensians on Saturday.

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