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Leigh East round up
3:50pm Tuesday 11th March 2014 in Sport
Castleford Panthers 32 Leigh East 27
LEIGH East surrendered to a late Panthers’ try after a drop goal from Adam Holland.
East’s tries were scored by Ryan O’Toole, Thomas Fletcher, Holland, Chris Penn, Sam Grainey with goals from Penn and Holland, two.
Wigan St Judes 32 Leigh East A 16
LEIGH East second team suffered defeat despite Ryan Holcroft’s two tries and Gavin Hunter claiming man-of-the-match.
Leigh East u18 20 Orrell St James u18 26
LEIGH East hosted a physical team from Orrell who went 10-0 up after a slow start from East and left too much to do in the latter stages, tries coming Billy Allred, Adam Whiteside, Jack Hansen, Jordan Hill with Hansen adding two conversions.
Wigan St Judes u16 60 Leigh East u16 10
A DEPLETED Leigh East side came up against a well-organised St Judes outfit and ended up on the end of a tough score line but never gave up. Tries for East came from Ryan Gray, two with Josh Woods kicking 1 goal.
Blackbrook Royals u14 34 Leigh East u14 4
THE under 14s travelled to Blackbrook for a NWC group game and came off second best against an organised and hungry opposition, the try for East coming from Ryan Horne.
Leigh East u12 4 Wigan St Judes u12 30
EAST under 12s played host to St Judes and faced an uphill struggle from the start with players starting out of position due to availability.
Try for East from Ethan Blair.
Leigh East u11 16 Blackbrook Royals u11 12
IN a hard-fought game Leigh East took the spoils. For the second week in a row barnstorming runs and excellent defence saw Liam Ogden take the man-of-the-match supported well by Callum Thorpe.
Tries came from Leon Molyneaux, Adam Jones and Ryan Barnes with Taylor Pemberton and Molyneaux adding a conversion each.
Leigh East u10 2 Eccles Roosters u10 9
LEIGH East went down in a spirited fashion after a well played second half that did not prove enough to beat a good Eccles side.
Tries from Cameron Croft and Josh Richardson.
Crosfields u8 2 Leigh East u8 7
THE under eights had a good start to the 2014 season with a convincing victory away from home.
The East forwards ran hard with ball in hand with some good passing, but the defence was the talking point with hard but fair tackles going in throughout the game.
Tries for East coming from Cai O’Brian, three, Josh Hopkins, two, Ryan Kelleher and Jude Wright.
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