Millom are on the up
Published at 11:56, Monday, 14 April 2008
MILLOM moved a step closer to their title dreams in the Conference Division Two with an emphatic 54-22 win over Ideal Isberg on Humberside.
Tries came from a Graham Lupton hat-trick, Warren Lloyd (2), Steve Dawson, Elliott Miller (2), and Nathan Mossop , with nine goals from Paul Evans.
This weekend Millom travel to leaders Normanton ,but have two games in hand and are only two points adrift of the Yorkshire side.
Askam rounded off their season in the first division,conceding more than 50 points at second-bottom Crossfield.
Ben Lewney, with an unconverted try was the points scorer in a 52-4 defeat.
Walney came out second-best at bottom-placed Adlington in North West Counties Division One, tries coming from Steve Eddy and Adam Nicholson, with Mark Morris adding two goals in the 19-12 defeat.
It was a great end to the season for Owen Richards’ Dalton side victory as they beat second-placed Blackpool Scorpions 22-18.
Tries came from Mike Richards, Chris Banks, Luke O'Connor, John Graham and Craig Regan with two goals from Andrew Nixon.
Ulverston’s game at Shevington was off.
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