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A bonus- point win for Loughborough Students at home to Otley combined with Huddersfield’s narrow defeat against Hull has opened up a 12 point gap at the top of the table. The two

leading sides in the division meet in West Yorkshire this weekend and anything other than a win for ‘Field would surely see their title hopes disappear for another season.

Fly- half Andy Hall completed a ‘full house’ to steer the Students to a ninth straight victory and condemn Otley to their eighth defeat on the bounce. Third- placed Westoe battled against

the elements to grind out a 14-0 win at home to Luctonians. The Shieldsmen are now level on points with Huddersfield who can count themselves unfortunate not to have snatched

victory at Hull after Chris Johnson’s 45- metre penalty into the teeth of a gale hit the crossbar and fell the wrong side of the woodwork in the last play of the game.

Caldy remain in the hunt for the second promotion spot after a brace of tries from Josh Dickinson and one from Derek Salisbury helped them to a 27-17 win over Hull Ionians. The

victory saw them leapfrog Luctionians into fourth, with Luctonians in fifth and Preston Grasshoppers, who came away from Leicester Lions with a narrow win, back in sixth.

Kendal boosted their survival hopes with the narrowest of victories against Stockport seeing them pull level on points with relegation rivals Harrogate, who fell to defeat at Sheffield

Tigers. Bromsgrove defeated Nuneaton 25-8 in a mid- table battle.

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