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Leigh East round up
12:19pm Tuesday 24th June 2014 in Sport
Leigh East 24 Ovenden 20
LEIGH East won their third game in a row since the arrival of new head coach Paul Wingfield.
Stand-off Adam Holland kicked four goals for the hosts with East's tries arriving via Dean Balmer, Sam Grainey, Safraz Jama and Ben Horan.
Ince Rose Bridge 32 Leigh East u18 30
EAST played the better rugby in the first half going in at half time 22-4 with tries from Billy Allred, two, Chris Dootson and Jordan Stallard.
But after man-of-the-match Allred completed his hat-trick and added his fourth, East crumbled and let Ince score late on to win the game.
Leigh East u15 38 Wigan St Pats 18
EAST extended their lead at the top of the table to five points after a comfortable victory over St Pats.
Mervin Smith scored two long-range tries in the opening five minutes, one converted by Brad Whelan.
Robert Smith and Dale Whitworth scores as well as two Danny Surridge sealed the win.
Widnes Moorfield 30 Leigh East u14 4
TRY for East came from Aaron Smith, next up is Waterhead at Ledgard Avenue.
Folly Lane 25 Leigh East u13 12 RUNAWAY player-of-the-match Niall Seddon scored the try-of-the-match with the ball going through 13 pairs of hands.
The other came from Jake Horan, while Elliot Dean and Matty Rudd added the extras.
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EAST'S try by Kieron Prescott with conversion coming from Jack Holland.
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TRIES by James Molyneaux and Bailey Pemberton as East fell narrowly short.
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TWO first half tries from Josh Hopkins and Dylan Gregson saw them share man-of-the-match.
Cai O'Brien received best tackle and Billy Southworth most improved, while Callum Hadcroft got best run on his debut for his great dash down field and almost getting a try.
Will Nguimbi and Callum Dean also impressed on their debuts.
Leigh East u7 8 Ashton Bears 3
EAST were back on top of their game and took the lead from the off against Ashton.
The defence continued to be strong and organized, while Fynn Jackson enjoyed a try-scoring debut.
Other tries came from Luke Thorpe, three, Brody Allred, two, and Jude Wright while Miles Quayle Campbell topped off his player-of-the-match performance with a score of his own.
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