Woolston Rovers A 36 Langworthy Reds 14

JOINT-COACH Andy Penny says guiding Woolston Rovers A to the North West Men’s League Division Four title feels “absolutely fantastic.”

Patryk Mazur scored four tries in Saturday’s win over Langworthy Reds that saw them secure a third trophy of the campaign having already secured the NWML Shield and Warrington Alliance Cup.

Craig Rigby and Kieran Moore also crossed for Rovers at Monks Sports Club, with Billy Maunder converting all six tries.

“This feels absolutely fantastic. Myself and Steve Moore cannot praise the lads highly enough,” Penny said.

“They have been unbelievable all year and thoroughly deserve to be crowned champions.

“To win the title is the ultimate goal for any team when they start the season and we have fulfilled that target.”

After falling behind to Joel Rimmer’s early try, Rovers kicked into gear and good work from Moore and Aaron Barber put Mazur over.

Centre Mazur, who scored Rovers’ golden-point winner in the NWML Shield final last week, crossed twice more before the interval to put his side in command.

First, he got on the end of a break involving Barber and Niall Toher before he was put over in the left corner after good hands from Maunder and Tom Woodward.

After the interval, Woodward, Moore and Scott Whiteley combined to put substitute Rigby over before Maunder sent Moore charging across the whitewash after Wil Maudsley was held just short.

Langworthy rallied briefly through Manuel Barros and Danny Lomax, but it was Mazur who fittingly rubber-stamped the win when he raced in after latching onto a fine short ball from Moore.

Woolston A: Dani Garcia O’Brien; Kieran Jones, Callum Moore, Patryk Mazur, Wil Maudsley; Aaron Barber, Billy Maunder; Owen Hazlehurst, Kieran Moore, Richard Potts, Tom Woodward, Niall Toher, Scott Whiteley. Subs: Nathan Evans, Sam Files, Craig Rigby, Max Ainsworth.