AFTER more than a decade of playing together, Lymm Rugby Club’s senior colts brought the curtain down on their time as a team in perfect fashion.

A typically entertaining display of rugby earned them a 51-22 victory over Heaton Moor in the North West Senior Colts League Cup final – the third trophy they have won this season.

The electric pace of Joe Senior proved telling for the Beechwood side as he crossed for a hat-trick of tries.

Alfie Simpson scored a try to go with four conversions and one penalty with the boot as Lymm were able to rack up a big scoreline after a well-contested game.

George Norman and Joe Johnson were also among the try-scorers as the side added to the Colts A League and Cheshire Cup titles they had already won this season.

Lymm squad: Inman, Nolan, Hopkinson, Norman, Senior, Simpson, Gray, Ratcliffe, Wadsworth, Murphy, McCaulley, Soni, Heaton, Price, Brown, Carr, Peers, Johnson, Binns, Yates

Meanwhile, Lymm's senior team will have the benefit of a current Premiership player’s experience on their coaching staff for next season.

Sale Sharks hooker Curtis Langdon – an England under 20s international – has been named as the club’s new forwards coach as part of an end-of-season review at Beechwood.

Langdon was brought in to support the coaching team during last season and his input saw a significant improvement at the set-piece.

Adam Fletcher will continue in his role as head coach and director of rugby while scrum-half Andy Davies remains as player/backs coach.

John Millington will take on the role of head of conditioning, supported by physio Chris Wood.

Lymm survived a scare to avoid relegation from the North Premier in 2018/19 as they finished 11th.