ALDWINIANS 29 LIVERPOOL ST HELENS 40
Liverpool St Helens restored some pride to their end of season form with a battling M J Worsley semi-
It was though, a gripping game with both sides giving their all in front of a passionate home crowd.
After an even start LSH went in front in the 14th minute when Connor Thompson cleverly peeled off an LSH drive to go one way whilst everyone else went the other, to score, converted by Jordan Gibson. 0-
LSH went into the break in front but with only 13 men on the park, with the aforementioned Wilson and Cunliffe both in the bin. The home side took immediate advantage scoring two tries within five minutes of the restart to lead 19-
At this point the Moss Lane Faithful held their breath, well aware of the outcome of recent outings. Saturday was different. Saturday was a cup tie and an LSH team with something to prove. And they did.
With their two Generals back on the field they were just too determined and too strong for their opposition and produced four unanswered tries in the next 22 minutes to look forward to a cup-
The home side grabbed a consolation try just before the end, 29-
15 Cunliffe M 14 Johnston 13 Gibson, 12 McClurg 11 Walker 10 Morris 9 Wilson; 1 Gore 2 Bonati 3 Heywood
4 Forster 5 Royle 6 Bate 7 Thompson 8 Webster.; 16 Metcalfe T 17 Houlton 18 Richardson 19 Cunliffe D 20 Hall.