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Wednesday, 01 July 2015

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Kells overturn half-time deficit to end Aspatria Hornets cup hopes

Midweek games in the Cumberland Amateur Rugby League were concentrated on the Dale Campbell-Savours Cup.

Aspatria had high hopes of upsetting a strong Kells A team as they led 16-6 at half-time but the Copeland visitors hit back spectacularly.

It finished 54-20 to Kells as they rattled-up 48 points in the second-half and Aspatria could only reply with four more of their own.

The Aspatria try scorers were Darryl Creighton, Mark Deans, Chris Scott and Mark Irwin with two goals from Luke Johnston.

Kells try scorers were Barry Boyd (2), Ben Milburn (2), Ross Gainford (2), Craig Kirkbride, Callum Rowlandson and Carl Schofield. Gainford kicked seven goals with Milburn and Schofield adding one apiece.

Ellenborough were only 8-0 to the good against Egremont at half-time but they pulled away to win 33-10.

The Elbra tries came from Kevin Hoban (2), Simon Pattinson, Ryan Wilson, Brett Stephenson and Steven Stoddart. Four goals and a drop goal were added by Stoddart.

Stephen Hartley and Mitchell Edwards scored the Egremont tries while John-Paul Brocklebank added the goal.

Frizington scored three converted tries in the last ten minutes to win 34-24 at Glasson A. Well refereed, it was a very good contest enjoyed by players and spectators alike.

Greg Rowley (2), Scott Burns, Nathan Luckock and Grant Murdy scored the Glasson tries with Grant Law putting over two goals.

The Frizington tries came from Sean Dixon (2), Lewis Turner (2), Todd Woods, Ryan Johnston and Lee Clark. Dean Armstrong kicked two goals and Wayne Burns landed a third.


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