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The Surftimes

Floods at Sefton !

The biggest ground development in years puts Sefton in the limelight

Sefton 18 Orrell Anvils 14

In this first round of the Powergen Junior Cup, Sefton upset the form book with a spectacular late winner by newcomer Mark Yates. After an opening try by Wayne Osborne Sefton were pegged back by a strong Orrell performance which brought them two converted tries. Phil Evans added one conversion and two penalties for the home side.

Moore 7 Sefton 45

A strong opening by Sefton in this Cheshire/South Lancashire Division Three clash was brought about by hat-trick hero Wayne Osborne. Other tries were recorded by Tom Fletcher, Paul Walker, Phil Evans and Peter McBride. Evans adding five conversions to the tally.

Sefton 12 Oswestry 19

Sefton paid the penalty of giving away possession to lose this Cheshire/South Lancashire Division Three clash. Sefton's hard work was rewarded by tries from Wayne Osborne and Mark Yates. Phil Evans adding a conversion.

Moore 19 Sefton 20

Sefton lead 14-nil at the break in this first round of the Tetley Vase

with a try from Stu Bailey. The Gentlemen of Moore rallied in the second-half but penalties by Phil Evans and a drop goal by Wayne Osborne saw Sefton into the next round.

Sale Amateurs 9 Sefton 0

Sefton will want to forget this game as defeat cost them ground in the Cheshire/South Lancashire Division Three title chase. They were always chasing possession and were caught offside all too often, but went close when winger Phil Osborne was bundled into touch near the home try line. Best for Sefton were Tome Fletcher and half-back Wayne Osborne.


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