Lymm 25 Nuneaton 7
THE largest crowd of the season at Beechwood witnessed a huge win for Lymm in their National League Three Midlands relegation fight.
Cormac Nolan got the home side off the mark with a penalty conversion after six minutes, before two tries from Tom Baker and a conversion added by Nolan took them into a 15-0 lead.
Nuneaton got one back and looked like threatening a comeback until the trusty Nolan converted a penalty again.
A try from Dave Williamson with Nolan adding the extras rounded off a solid victory for Lymm.
“We chose to play on pitch one because the crowd are closer and the atmosphere was always going to be important today,” said Chris Kinsey, Lymm head coach.
“This is a young team and they are going to do well. I am delighted for all of them.”
Lymm Ashton, A Bray, Widdrington, S Williams, Yates, Oakes, Mullarkey, Higginson, Baker, Knowles, Nolan, T Bray, Williamson, McEvoy, Rowley. Reserves: K Williams, Darbyshire, Barnes-Smith.
Lymm 2nd 28 Aldwinians 2nd 0 LYMM’S second team romped home in the Raging Bull North West League with a convincing display against Aldwinians.
Tries came from Jack Worton, Rhys Jones, Jonny Cartwright and Richard Halford.
Lymm J Cooper, D Horton, O Askew, R Calderbank, J Cartwright, G Pymm, J Long, M Sutton, J Worton, R Jones, O Mabbut, M Floyd, J Millington, J Lewis, D Norman. Subs T Lyon, R Halford.
Vale of Lune 3rd 12 Lymm 3rd 48 Lymm ended the season on a high with a win at Vale of Lune.
Tries from Aiden Gunner, two, Dave Roberts, John Lawson, Dougie Heseltine, Luke Ferguson and Reece Forrest.
Lymm John Grant, David Coon, Andy Norcott, Ollie Chesworth, Danny Taylor, Tom Coon, Dave Roberts, Sean Gillespie, Dougie Heseltine, Paul Rathbone, Tom Lord, Sam Lythgoe, Luke Ferguson, Aiden Gunner, John Lawson. Subs Reece Forrest, Nick Roberts.