11 March 2014: 1:36pm
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CALDY secured a vital five point win at home with two excellent braces from Josiah Dickinson and Andrew Soutar in a six try feast of rugby.Read
IN round two of the FA National Cup, Queens Park narrowly lost out to Lobster FC losing 1-0.Read
SATURDAY saw Neston take on hailstones and also play hockey against a steady Alderley Edge second XI.Read
A TRY in the 78th minute by captain Rob Pearl earned Wirral a fortunate draw against a Vale of Lune side that had played with great determination throughout the game.Read
WIRRAL produced a professional performance to overcome Wilmslow on what has been a difficult fixture for them over the past few years.Read
CALDY first XV faced a young and vibrant Darlington Mowden Park side, who showed why they had won their previous five outings and were sat in third place in National Two North.Read
NESTON welcomed Liverpool University to the Parkgate fortress on a crisp October afternoon.Read
IT is far too early on in the season to start thinking of being champions, but Neston showed on Saturday the grind required in order to succeed this year.Read
THIS victory over LSH, the first ever by Wirral in its 76 years history, was achieved through all round team play and pace in the backs.Read
WIRRAL’S hard fought win over Leigh saw them move to the top of North West 1 league with near neighbours Birkenhead Park in second place on points difference.Read
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