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Huddersfield moved up to second place in National League Two North after claiming a seventh league win on the bounce at the expense of Hull Ionians. But

Loughborough Students will take some catching in the race for the league title, with nine points separating the sides at the top of the table.

The Students maintained their perfect home record with a convincing victory over Stockport to stay in control at the summit, while Huddersfield replaced

Caldy as their nearest rivals after leading scorer Chris Johnson atoned for a first minute yellow card with two penalties in a 6-3 win. Caldy fell to a surprise

home defeat to Preston Grasshoppers, who looked all the better for having fit- again fly- half Graham Holroyd back in the side. Hoppers owed their success

at Paton Field to a three- try burst in the space of eleven second- half minutes.

Westoe notched their ninth try- bonus point win in the league the joint best total in the division with a 29-21 win at home to Sheffield Tigers. Two second-

half tries from the influential Mark Bedworth, who also kicked three conversions and landed a drop goal, helped the Shields- men to their fourth straight win.

Bromsgrove moved up to seventh with a 41-15 win over Harrogate, Nigel Burrows scoring two tries in an excellent all- round display. Elsewhere, a late try

from Kyle Garner sealed victory for Luctonians at Leicester Lions, Kendal produced a dogged display to edge out Nuneaton and a Rob Devonshire brace

helped Hull overcome Otley.

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