Woolston Rovers u16 28
Saddleworth Rangers u16 8

ROVERS remain unbeaten in the league after a solid performance despite a lot of enforced changes. Tries came from Callum Moore, Sam Vernon, two, Olly Hands and Nathan Evans. Player-of-the-match was Ryan Peters.

Crosfields Cobras u15 46
Leigh Miners u15 4

SOAP continued their impressive start to the North West Counties Premier Division season with a workmanlike display. Lloyd Roby and Danny Webster grabbed two tries each.

Woolston Rovers u14 4
Leigh Miners Rangers u14 28

WOOLSTON produced a strong defensive first half but they slacked off in the second. Lewis Cunliffe scored their try.

Crosfields u13 34
Oldham St Annes u13 0

ANOTHER great defensive effort kept the visitors scoreless. Cobras’ tries came from Lewis Hall, five, joint coach’s award winners Amir Hajri and Spencer Rudd. Player of the match was James Machin and top defender went to Scott Turton.

Eccles u12 30
Woolston Rovers u12 Golds 34

ROVERS were awesome in attack with seven tries scored by player-of-the-match Morgan Bolton Ben Vantsant, coach’s award winner Kian O’Brien, Matthew Nash, Ben Roberts, Louis Griffiths and George Hickey. Defensively they struggled to control the bigger Eccles players.

Latchford u12 32
Folly Lane u12 10

LATCHFORD produced their best performance of the season so far. Tries for Latchford came courtesy of Will McDonnell, two, Joseph Higgins, David Evans, Sam Baker and Lloyd Wright.

Waterhead u12 0
Woolstion Rovers Greens u12 6

WOOLSTON did a great job in defence and they had chances of scoring some good team tries but dropped it on the last tackle on four occasions. Connor Wrench converted his own try but the game was abandoned at half time due to an injury to a Waterhead player.

Culcheth Eagles u12 0
Ashton Bears u12 30

EAGLES faced a strong Ashton side and the final score was not a true reflection. Culcheth tackled well and were only stopped from scoring by some wonderful defending from the Bears. Hooker Benjamin Smith tackled well and was awarded the trophy for most improved player.

Leigh East u10 4
Woolston Rovers u10 34

WOOLSTON attacked well and improved defensively. Among the try scorers were Bobby Geritas, three, and Ben Hickman, four. Man of steel winner was Nathan Shovelton, while top tackler was Shaun Walmsley.

Woolston Rovers u9 28
Waterhead u9 36

A GREAT team performance from Woolston with some fantastic tries and 100 percent effort. Player of the match was Lewis Boden, top tackler was Alfie Hamilton and coach’s award winner was Logan Stamp.

Rylands Sharks u9 32
Saddleworth Rangers u9 12

SHARKS were on top form and made light work of the visitors. Player-of-the-match Max McGucken was on fire, claiming four tries with Sam Oakes, two, Alfie Sinclair and Jack Lewis adding the others. The home defence was led well by top tackler Ciaran Nolan.

Rylands White Sharks u9
36 Leyland Warriors u9 16

THE White Sharks extended their unbeaten run to seven games with an impressive home victory. Caiden Whelan, two, Jacob Thompson, two, were among the tries, while Joshua Delooze claimed the player-of-the-match award backed up well by man of steel Luke Gibbons and top tackler Ben Wilcock .

Rylands Sharks u8 8
Leigh Miners 8

A FINE display by Sharks in defence earned themselves a well-earned draw. Coach’s player choice was Connor Barton, top tackler was Clayton Crutchley and player of the match was Harry Sinclair.

Widnes St Maries u8 8
Culcheth Eagles u8 32

EAGLES’ patience come good with text-book defence and skilful tries. Try scorers were Frank Sergent, two, Jemima Dahou, Nathan Bond, Mathew Smith, three, and Rhys Lawrence. Player of the match was Mathew Smith.

Rylands Tiger Sharks u8 12
Oldham St Annes u8 28

AFTER two wins from three games ahead of Wolves’ Super League game on Friday night, the Tiger Sharks found it hard going against a structured St Annes side on Sunday afternoon. Thomas Ashurst, two, and Ciaran Card scored, with Dominic Jevons deservedly claiming the player-of-the-match award.

Leigh East u7 36
Woolston Rovers u7 32

SOME fantastic passing play and brilliant teamwork led to Woolston tries from player-of-the-match Oliver Daniels, four, Luke Platt, two, Jack McCarthy and top tackler Alfie Leyland. Some more work is needed on defence.

Rylands Sharks u7 40
Wigan St Judes u7 8

RYLANDS managed to score on every set of six against a St Judes side who never gave up. Tries came from Oliver Garmston, two, Toby McGulken, two, Fran O'Neill, Freddie Ball, Oliver Vere Hoose, top tackler Ryan Caley, Bobby Booth and player-of-the-match Seb Baty.

Halton Hornets u7 24
Culcheth Eagles u7 16

EXCELLENT defence by both teams was the highlight. Player of the match WAS Arabella Dahou, most improved WAS Jack Reed, while defence award went to William Saunders.