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AFTER winning the North West Counties Shield on Saturday, Woolston Rovers’ under 14s are on the hunt for more silverware.

A dominant win over Saddleworth Rangers at Golborne Parkside gave them their third trophy in less than two years.

Rorio Zheng starred by scoring a superb hat-trick, while Jack Darbyshire scored a try and kicked five goals for Rovers.

Christian Piazza, Charlie Bancroft and Ashley Barnes were Woolston’s other try-scorers in a display that left coach Darren Geritas delighted.

“They have worked so hard to get where they are and they fully deserve the success that they are getting,” he said.

“We have a squad of 25 and every one of them has played their part in the run we are having.

“Some of our play was excellent, especially in the second half where we really turned on the style.

“We will now turn back to our league programme, and hopefully we will be able to add more silverware before the end of the season.”

Woolston u14: Marley Noel-Kennedy; Jack Wareing, Jack Bailey, Christian Piazza, Kian Mather; Jack Darbyshire, Owen Hemmings; Ashley Barnes, Brad Hankey, Matt Jenkins, Mike Butler, Spencer Richardson, James Hartill. Subs: Rorio Zheng, Charlie Bancroft, Lewis Banfield, Stan Hircombe, Nathan Shovelton.

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JACK Greenhalgh’s hat-trick helped Woolston to a big win, with Stephen Antrobus, Ben Harthill and Dayon Sambou all scoring twice. Jake Rogerson, Harry Hunt and Danny Rowlands added further tries.

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OSCAR Rattigan, Alfie Rattigan, Ben Harrison, Oliver Daniels and Jack McCarthy all grabbed a try and a goal each for Rovers.

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IN an entertaining ‘derby’ match, Max Rudd and Lenny McGinty both scored twice for Woolston. Riley Matthews, Rome Lowe, Ewan Armstrong, James Rogers and Harry Darbyshire grabbed a try each.

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OWEN Moores crossed for a remarkable five tries for Rovers, with Jack Quigley scoring twice and one each for Conor Nadin, George McCarthy and Kian Muse.