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In another highly competitive weekend of rugby in National League Two North, two of the eight games ended in draws while another two finished with the

sides separated by a single score.

Phil Baines’ try ten minutes from time secured Preston Grasshoppers a draw in an entertaining game at Bromsgrove, while there was nothing to separate

Loughborough Students and Huddersfield, with a try right at the death from Tom Owen – converted by prolific kicker Chris Johnson – earning ‘Field a share of

the spoils in the Midlands.

Previously unbeaten Luctonians were made to pay for a sluggish start away to Sheffield Tigers, Alex Davidson’s men going 10-0 down after just five minutes.

An injury- time try salvaged a losing bonus point for the Herefordshire outfit. The other close game of the day came at Lutterworth Road where Leicester

Lions chalked up their first win of the season, winning 36-34 against a Stockport side that scored 26 unanswered points in the final quarter to ensure a tense


At the top of the table, Westoe bounced back from last weekend’s defeat to see off Nuneaton, prop Raymie Elliott crossing for two tries in a 41-6 win at Wood

Terrace. Caldy are just two points behind in second place following a nine- try rout of Otley, who still managed a try bonuspointoftheirown.Elsewhere,Kendal and Hull managed to pick up confidence- boosting wins at home to Hull Ionians and Harrogate respectively.

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