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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

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Kells line up Amateur Cup final against Glasson Rangers

KELLS and Glasson Rangers will meet in the final of the E. Lamb Amateur Cup final after their respective semi-final wins at the week-end.

A half-time lead of 10-0 had increased to 25-0 at the final whistle as Kells booked their ticket for the final on Friday night at Seaton Rangers.

Glasson also enjoyed a 10-0 half-time advantage the following day when they hosted Wath Brow Hornets and they went on to win 30-4.

Kells were in confident mood throughout at Seaton and scored five tries without reply through Barry Boyd, Carl Schofield, Reece O’Neill, Lewis Smith and Scott Lofthouse. Young Ben Milburn booted three goals.

The other semi-final was actually held up for half an hour after a female spectator suffered an accidental serious injury when a player ended-up over the touchline.

Tommy Dixon led the way for Glasson with a hat-trick of tries and John Fidler helped himself to a brace. Dean Scholey and Lee Taylor also crossed with Taylor taking on a single goal. Gary Clark scored the sole try for the visitors.

The only CARL Division One game proved to be a cracker with Distington over-turning a 12-6 half-time deficit against Maryport to win a thriller 38-28.

The Distington tries came from Scott George (3), Troy Armstrong (2), Craig Hodgson and Shaun Adams. George completed a good, personal afternoon by kicking five goals.

The Maryport tries came from in-form Sam Forrester (2), Liam Vickers, Lee Tinkler and Mark Lister with Mark Walker kicking three goals and Craig Foster tacking-on one.

CARL Division Two always produces a barrow-load of points and the four games on Saturday did not disappoint. A total of 286 points were scored and included in that tally were 53 tries. Great Clifton and Flimby are going head-to-head for the title and both of them rattled-up 68 points in their latest victories. Flimby had more in hand, however, as they beat Frizington 68-12 while the Lions’ defence was breached more often in their 68-32 victory.

Flimby, who led 32-6 at half-time, scored 12 tries from nine different players. Luke Grima, Dave Torley and Nathan Kirkbride each crossed twice while there were single touchdowns for Darren Pape, Ricky Holt, Andrew Pearce, Lewis Crellin, Connor Wilson and Graham Thompson. Holt booted nine goals and Torley also kicked one.

Dean Armstrong scored both the Frizington tries while Adam McGrady and Lewis Tinkler landed a goal apiece.

Clifton were well on the way to victory at half-time as they led 34-10 and although the Lions scored at the same rate in the second-half, Lowca improved theirs and added 22 more points to their tally.

The Lowca tries came from Scott Rooke (2), John Sparks, Liam Campbell, Keith Campbell and Kristian Wood with Rooke adding a goal.

Bryan Park led the Clifton charge by scoring four times and he was followed over by Jason Graham (2), Dan Riddick (2), Danny Jones (2), Carl Dobinson and Steve Tuke. Mike Hill landed seven goals.

The Maryport derby looked very open at half-time as Ellenborough led Glasson A 14-6 but they pulled away after the change-over to win 44-12.

Andy Ostle (4), Kevin Hoban (2), Chris Boyd, Dave Miller and Stephen Stoddart scored the tries with Stoddart kicking four goals.

The Glasson tries were scored by Gary Pickering and Keenan Winter, while Barry Goodfellow landed two goals.

In the other game Salterbeck Storm built on a 16-12 half-time lead to beat Egremont 32-18.

Robert Scott was the Salterbeck hero, scoring five tries while Sam Carter chipped-in with a try and four goals.

The Egremont tries were scored by Pat Wells, Graham Colley and Chris Tompee. Warren Stainton kicked three goals.



Division One: Wath Brow v Kells, Glasson Rangers v Cockermouth

Division Two: Kells A v Aspatria Hornets


Division One: Seaton Rangers v Broughton Red Rose


Division One: Cockermouth v Wath Brow, Kells v Hensingham, Maryport v Broughton Red Rose, Seaton Rangers A v Seaton Rangers

Division Two: Aspatria v Salterbeck, Egremont Rangers v Kells A, Flimby v Ellenborough Rangers, Glasson Rangers A v Clifton Lions, Frizington v Lowca


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