Rugby Union: Pennington Shines in Caldy Win; Rugby World Cup/Local Rugby

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Rugby Union: Pennington Shines in Caldy Win; Rugby World Cup/Local Rugby


Byline: By ANDREW STRATTON

CALDY maintained their good start to their first season in National Three North with a 45-24 win at Beverley

Tries were scored by Matt Pennington (2), Dave Mercer, Derek Salisbury, Liam Devaney and Richard Brad-shaw

Simon Mason produced an immaculate kicking display with six conversions and a penalty.

Birkenhead Park went down 16-0 at Kendal in North One. They created few scoring chances and conceded two tries, a penalty and a drop goal.

New Brighton and Chester enjoyed winning starts in North Two West.

New Brighton trailed 26-8 at the interval against Vale of Lune but hit back to snatch a 27-26 win in added time.

Kati Tuipulotu (2), John Brotherton and Chris Dale scored the Blues' tries and Stephen Dean landed two goals and a penalty.

Simon Love (2), Tom Chap-pell, Simon Abiero and Matt Sheen went in for Chester and Tom Foden managed one kick in their 28-3 win at Sandbach.

Leigh found Stockport too strong and went down 39-8.

Wirral won 30-21 at Widnes in South Lancashire/Cheshire One. Ali Baker (2) and Ian White touched down and Dan Harvey kicked the rest of the points.

Hoylake were edged out 22-18 by Sale. …

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