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Tuesday, 30 September 2014

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Four-try Moore seals win

A FAST start, quick hands and good feet saw Wath Brow cross the whitewash inside the first minute, Bradley White the scorer, hard-working Jake Moore adding the first of his nine conversions.

From the restart, the Brow where right back at Seaton, with man-of-the-match Moore scoring the first of his four tries.

Then it was Scott Goodwin’s turn to cross on four minutes, and shortly after the restart Adam Meagan scorched down the wing to score.

Moore’s second try came on nine minutes before Sea-ton’s break came three minutes later, Jack Earl scoring to make the score 30-4.

A Seaton mistake saw the Brow benefit, Aiden Dawson crossing the whitewash on 14 minutes, the half ending 36-4.

The second-half started in a similar vein, with the Brow pushing hard, but with good defence from Seaton it was not until the 38-minute mark that the Hornets broke and Moore scored his third try, followed soon after by his fourth.

Seaton secured a consolation try on 41 minutes when Stewart Gallagher touched down. After the restart, good work from the Brow saw prop forward Liam Chambers score, and just before the close, Aiden Dawson notched his second try.

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