Same Again for Table-Toppers; Rugby Union

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Same Again for Table-Toppers; Rugby Union


Byline: ANDREW WILKINSON

TOP dogs Billingham are set to name an unchanged line-up for the trip to Cleckheaton.

The only switch for the North One East pacesetters is on the bench, where prop replacement Callum Cranston returns in place of Rob Hamer.

Billingham lead the table by six points, having beaten Sheffield last week, picking up a try-scoring bonus point in the process, while Cleckheaton are in mid-table.

Third-placed Middlesbrough are in the mix, being just two points behind Wheatley Hills.

Boro seek a win when they host Old Crossleyans, who are third from bottom, at Acklam Park.

However, the visitors have improved lately, and have recorded a couple of impressive wins, so Boro might not have it all their own way.

Boro are unchanged.

Scrum-half Peter Wright was hoping to return after a hamstring injury, but is not quite ready.

Stockton return to league action after a cup defeat to Ilkley last week, and resume the task of trying to catch top of the table Darlington.

And Stockton, second in Durham and North One, will be confident of winning at home to an Ashington side in 12th place.

Stockton have already beaten the Northumberland side twice this season, 32-21 in the league, and 31-13 in the National Intermediate Cup.

Coach Craig Lee steps down so Jeremy Good moves forward from full back to the number 10 shirt.

A late decision will be made about the rest of the starting three quarter line as Ritchie Brown has regained match fitness.

The pack could be the same as last week, but there are doubts about prop Simon Brown who has a neck injury, so Stu Barrass stands by.

Guisborough visit Sunderland, who are one place, yet 16 points better off.

Guisborough have no new injuries despite a feisty encounter with Ashington last week, which the referee abandoned because of over aggressive behaviour from the players. …

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