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Leigh East round up
Updated 4:29pm Tuesday 29th April 2014 in Sport
Stanley Rangers 36-30 Leigh East
DEPLETED East suffered a narrow defeat at Stanley Rangers in National Conference League Division Two on Saturday.
East attempted to come back from 30 points down through Ryan O'Toole, two, Thomas Fletcher, two, and Josh Gilluley. Goals from Adam Holland, two, and Ben Horan, three.
Leigh East U18s 4-28 Wigan St Judes
EAST will not retain their National Cup crown after Sunday’s semi-final defeat with only a late Adam Whiteside try for their efforts.
Clock Face Miners 38-14 Leigh East U16s
EAST showed spirit in defeat to last year’s league champions. Braces for Ross Webster and Jordan Hellam, Josh Woods converting one.
Leigh East U15s 56-0 Haydock Warriors
LEIGH continued their unbeaten start and eight-game winning streak with an 11-try rout.
Tries came from Brad Whelan, four and six goals, Connor Wilcock, two, Declan Almond, Danny Surridge, Lewis Cozens, James Hall and Mervin Smith.
Thatto Heath Crusaders 22-4 Leigh East U14s
Leigh East U13s play Latchford Albion on Wednesday.
Ince Rose Bridge 8-10 Leigh East U12s
ELEVEN-man East progressed into the Plate Cup semi final by beating 13-strong Ince.
Tries came from Kieron Prescott and Harry Stevenson, Callum Hughes converting one goal.
Newton Storm 22-40 Leigh East U11s
TAYLOR Pemberton exploited the overlap to send Martin Green in first before Ryan Barnes sprinted the full length to score, with other tries from Lee Molyneaux, Jordan Fishwick, Adam Jones and Sam Penkywicz. Powerful defence throughout from Callum Thorpe.
Leigh East U8s 5-6 Thatto Heath Crusaders
THATTO scored in the last set of the match to take the win.
Ryan Kelleher scored three tries to earn man-of-the-match, two-try Dylan Gregson won best run, Josh Hopkins best tackle and Jacob Hardy most-improved.
Blackbrook 11-6 Leigh East U7s
BLACKBROOK were out of sight before East replied through Broady Allred, three, Finn Penkywicz, Jude Wright and man-of-the-match Bobbi Allred.
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