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Attached match report of Crocs v. Brods.'Plus a few photos. ''450   Billy and Jack Hammond

Crocs edge old boys’ clash

Old Crossleyans maintained their unbeaten start to the season with an 18-13 home win over Old Brodleians but were pushed all the way in a hard fought and keenly contested match.

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Heath v Old Rishworthians'Oct 13 2018'James McHugh at full stretch

Heath’s emphatic derby win

Heath had a comfortable 34-7 home win over derby rivals Old Rishworthians yesterday, taking control with 27 unanswered points in the second quarter of the contest.

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Pontefract v Heath'Jordan Moana try

Heath pay for sluggish start

Heath’s three-match winning run was ended at Pontefract where they were given a lesson in finishing in a 30-18 defeat by opponents who took five league points to their nil.

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Crocs below their best but still win

Crocs below their best but still win

Old Crossleyans maintained their unbeaten record in Yorkshire One but their performance in a 27-15 win at Selby lacked the cohesion and continuity which marked the previous week’s outstanding win against Middlesbrough.

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Brods v Dinnington'' Michael Briggs scoring our second try

Easy win for eight-try Brods

Old Brodleians settled the nerves of their rookie coach Ollie Akroyd with an emphatic 44-13 home win over Dinnington in the Woodhead sunshine yesterday.

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Wigan's John Bateman, middle, celebrates his try against St Helens. (SWPix)

St Helens lead the way in Man of Steel awards nominations

St Helens duo Ben Barba and James Roby plus Wigan Warriors’ John Bateman are shortlisted for the 2018 Steve Prescott Man of Steel award - with Castleford Tigers’ Jake Trueman and Leeds Rhinos’ Jack Walker in the running for Super League’s Young Player of the Year.

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Old Crossleyans v. Middlesborough'''375   Roland Marki, Joe Stott and Sam Ives

Crocs thrash table-toppers

Old Crossleyans maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a comprehensive 45-19 home victory against Middlesbrough, who had led the Yorkshire One table going into the game.

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Heath up their game impressively

Heath up their game impressively

HEATH made it three wins in a row, after their opening day defeat at Middlesbrough, with a display full of character in a 28-26 home success against Moortown yesterday.

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