Five Try Hanley Shines for Higginshaw
Date published: 11 March 2019
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Higginshaw went ahead in the first 10 minutes, when Joshua Allen busting the tackle to put loose forward Jordan Hanley in for the first try from 20 yards out, Kiel Lancashire converted for a 6 – 0 lead.
On 15 minutes Higginshaw went further when Luke Dufeu and Declan Slicker combined with Kiel Lancashire to send Centre Jordan Hanley in for a try, Kiel Lancashire converted for a 12 – 0 score line.
Higginshaw continues to dominate the game in midfield trio of Adam Horabin, Kiel Lancashire, Luke Dufeu dictating the game, with Lee Hawley, Joshua Allen and Louis Fitton sweeping up everything coming their way.
Higginshaw kept forcing the pressure, it was a break from Jack Ujvari linking with Nathan Ager, Micheal Swindells & Neil Watson who made the break out of defence before Luke Dufeu kick behind the defence sent Hanley in for his hat trick try Kiel Lancashire converted to put Higginshaw in front 18 – 0 on half-time.
Clock Face hit back with a try wide out by Greenhill for an 18 – 4 score on 29 mins, next Luke Dufeu raced away on a 40-yard break down field well for a fine try Kiel Lancashire converted to put Higginshaw in front 24 - 4 on halftime.
Clock Face came back into game through a Nathan Ashcroft try, for a 24 – 8 score line on 48 mins, soon after Clock Face score again through 2nd Nathan Ashcroft try, Ryan O’Donnell converted for a 24 – 14 score line on 60 mins.
The referee sent 2 players off for fighting with Adam Horabin for Higginshaw and Nathan Ashcroft for Clock Face
This seemed to inspire the Higginshaw team after a dropped ball was kicked upfield Louis Fitton raced 60 yards to score with Kiel Lancashire converting for a 30 – 14 score.
In another sweeping move Jordan Hanley raced in for his 4th try after good support from Lambert & Swindles, Kiel Lancashire converted 36 – 14, soon after Jordan Hanley broke trough the weak defence setting up a 5th try, Kiel Lancashire converted for a 42 – 14 score line.
In the last play of the game Fitton barged over for his second try for a final score 46 – 14.
MOM was Jordan Hanley, and Louis Fitton & Neil Watson in 2nd & 3rd.
Next Game 16/03/19 Blackpool Stanley Away 2.30 KO, Higginshaw are running a coach so if anyone wants to support the team contact John Mellor.
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