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Your News National League 2 North round up

All the weekends games in National Two North, bar those involving the division's bottom two, were extremely competitive affairs with a winning margin of

seven points or less in six fixtures. The most dramatic came on Merseyside where Caldy and Westoe shared 10 tries. Caldy turned around 27-10 in arrears,

but a stunning second- half comeback was completed when Craig Ross scored with two minutes to go and Ross Laidlaw added the extras for a 41-39 win.

Runaway leaders Fylde got the win they needed to break through the 100- point barrier for the season. Three first- half tries from Ollie Brennand, Richard

Kenyon and Craig Aikman put the Lancashire side in the driving seat, but Huddersfield restricted Mark Nelsons side to just six points after the break and

denied them a try bonus point for only the third time this season. Oliver Robinson went over nine minutes from time as second- placed Loughborough

Students left it late to pick up maximum points away to Hull.

For the second consecutive home match, Kendal supporters witnessed a one- point win for their side at Mint Bridge. In a hard- fought and bruising encounter

against Preston Grasshoppers, Mark Irelands injury- time penalty proved decisive. Elsewhere, Luctonians fell to their third straight league defeat, going down

to a Morley side that has won three out of the last four, while Harrogate and Hull Ionians finished all- square.

In the day's one- sided encounters, Nuneaton helped their survival bid with a nine- try demolition of Manchester and Leicester Lions ruthlessly dispatched

Rugby Lions.

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