WOOLSTON Rovers head coach Billy Sheen says his side have a lot to work on despite maintaining their 100 per cent winning start to the National Conference League Division Two season.

Rovers defeated Myton Warriors 28-20 at home, but had led 28-4 thanks to tries from Oliver Livett (1min), Ryan Palin (6), Adam Files (30), Sam Vernon (42) and Harry Files (55), with Dec Leonard adding four conversions.

Sheen said: “We started very well with good intensity. We completed high and we were aggressive in defence, then we slowly started to drop off.

"We began giving away possession and our discipline became a problem. It is a regular problem and something that we need drastically to work on."

He added: "The score did not reflect the game as we were fully dominant but that is not the point. That game should have been a comfortable win, after the start we had, but wasn’t.

"We have a lot to work on, but at the end of the day it is four wins from four. We keep moving but we have a lot of negatives to correct.”

Rovers got off to the perfect start when hooker Oliver Livett scored in the very first minute. Scrum-half Dec Leonard converted and then five minutes later prop forward Ryan Palin crashed over for a try. Leonard added the conversion.

The home side moved further clear on the half hour when substitute Adam Files, playing his first game of the campaign, went over for a trademark try.

Leonard converted but the Humbersiders got on the scoreboard four minutes before the break with a try from winger Tyler Fisher to make the half-time score 18-4.

Two minutes into the second half Rovers second row Sam Vernon crossed for a fine try but then 11 minutes later he was sin binned for a shoulder charge although it did not seem to affect Rovers as almost immediately loose-forward Harry Files scored. Leonard added the conversion.

The visitors refused to throw in the towel and they were rewarded when Fisher crossed for his second try and shortly afterwards stand-off Nathan Slater scored. Scrum-half Kris Walker converted.

A minute from time Myton scored once again with Slater crossing for a converted try to wrap up the scoring.

The man of the match was Harry Files, well supported by stand-off Ryan Brown and second row Scott Whiteley.

Rovers: Theo Holt; Tom Byrne, Kieran Moore, Ben Dixon, Alex Pendlebury; Ryan Brown, Dec Leonard; Ryan Palin, Oliver Livett, Ryan Hickman, Sam Vernon, Scott Whiteley, Harry Files. Subs: Adam Files, Sam Roberts, Craig Lawton, Matt Taylor.

Meanwhile, Jamie Abram was on fire for Crosfields as they came from behind to defeat Egremont 30-22 at home in National Conference League Division One.

Soap's man of the match crossed for a hat-trick of tries, with John Whittaker, Luke Walker and Taylor Boyne also touching down. Walker, two, and Kane Ditchfield added conversions.

Soap gave possession away cheaply early on as the Cumbrians established a 12-0 lead but Matty Wilson's men dug deep and led 16-12 by the break.

The second half was tense and Soap kept their cool against relentless opponents, who were playing a division higher last season, to secure their second win in four outings since last year's promotion.

“That’s probably the best win I have been involved in at Crosfields," said Wilson.

"We started very loose on both sides of the ball and didn’t give ourselves a chance to build a game.

"Once we fixed up our completion and we started to square some of their edges up our backline showed that they are as good as anyone's.

"Jamie Abram was unplayable once we remembered how to catch. Our halves controlled us but for me our bench players were class and really lifted us.

"I think that performance gives the boys belief; we deserve to be here and we’re going to cause some of these clubs problems with the class we have."

Neither Woolston Rovers or Crosfields have fixtures over the Easter weekend.

Latchford Albion were left in the unusual position of having 16 players unavailable at the weekend, meaning they were not able to fulfil their fixture at Haresfinch and the points had to be conceded.

Latchford hope a week off will allow the injured players to return ahead of their next fixture, when they host Blackbrook on Thursday, April 13, kick-off 7.30pm.