LYMM produced an exceptional performance to defeat in-form Alnwick 52-13 on Saturday.

There was no stopping them with the wind at their backs in the second half, after having turned around 17-8 in front in the North Premier clash.

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Tries from James Pitcher, Joe Watson, Rick McEvoy and Jim Challinor's grandsons Rick Halford and Aaron Rasheed added to first-half efforts from Jake Ashall and Jordan Widdrington.

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Richard Halford leaves a trail of defenders to score for Lymm

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Aaron Rasheed crosses the whitewash as the referee takes a tumble

Man-of-the-match Tom Shard landed all seven conversions and a penalty to cap off a memorable first-team debut off the bench for senior colt Alfie Simpson.

The five league points give Adam Fletcher's side a 12-point buffer from the relegation positions ahead of Saturday's meeting with league leaders Hull.

Lymm: Scott Redfern; Giles Dugdale, Ben Stansfield, Richard Halford, Richard McEvoy; Tom Bray, Tom Shard; Joe Watson, James Pitcher, Jake Ashall, Aaron Rasheed, Matty Connolly, Jordan Widdrington, Adam Bray, Gav Woods. Replacements: Dan Horton, Cashell Chilvers, Alfie Simpson.

Meanwhile, Lymm's seconds edged home against Waterloo 39-36 in Cotton Traders Conference B.

The win was ground out at times with some of Lymm's best rugby of the season.

However their defence, except for the last 20 minutes, was poor.

There were some excellent performances, with James Lewis outstanding in attack and defence, and Paddy Jennings man of the match with his dynamic running proving a handful for the Waterloo defence.

Nick Ashton, Rob Makin, Paddy Jennings, John Long, Henry Simpson, Josh Davies touched down.

Lymm: J Hamer, R Forrest, P Jennings, J Davies, J Reynolds, H Simpson, J Wadsworth, J Long, J Lewis, K Soni, H Baldwin, W Baldwin, J Sherlock. Replacements: R Makin, N Ashton. Rep, J Harper, D Coon, O Thornton