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Loughborough Students made it a century of competition points for the season with a bonus- point victory away to bottom- of- the- table Kendal. Dave Morris men recorded a 40-5 win

at Mint Bridge thanks to a hat- trick from the divisions leading try- scorer, Craig Holland and further scores from centres, Will Simpson and Chris Kinloch, and wing Callum Wilson. The

Students are now boast a massive 22 point lead over their nearest rivals Huddersfield at the top of the table with one more win guaranteeing them the title.

Huddersfield, meanwhile, hang on to second spot ahead of Caldy on points difference - despite being held to an 18- all draw at Leicester Lions. Two late kicks from the ever- reliable

Chris Johnson look to have handed Huddersfield all four points but John Hale scored a try at the death to snatch a share of the spoils.

Sheffield Tigers were the only Yorkshire side to win on the day, Jonny West kicking five penalties to go along with tries from James Broadley and Callum McKenzie. Harrogate fell to a

heavy defeat at home to Preston after Hoppers ran riot in the second half. Dave Baldwins side scored 33 of their points in a 47-18 win following the re- start, Dominic Moon, Phil

Baines and Matthew Gargett all getting a brace of tries apiece.

The only other game of the day took place at Hull who dealt a blow to Caldys hopes of promotion with a 44-10 win over the Merseysiders. Fly- half James Cameron bagged 24 points.

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