ILKLEY produced one of their best performances of the season to defeat a Lymm side who arrived at Stacks Field sitting second in the North Premier League and boasting the best defensive record. They left with just a solitary penalty goal in reply to three tries of real quality as they lost for only the third time this season. The first half saw Lymm put a stamp on the game as they pounded the Ilkley defensive lines with some great rugby.
ILKLEY returned to winning ways in a North Premier League match played in conditions more suited to a Tough Mudder. Pocklington were up the battle and had the loyal Ilkley supporters’ hearts in their mouths both early on and late in this absorbing and tense contest. In truth it bore little resemblance to the modern high speed athletic game we are now becoming used to.
ILKLEY clawed back a 19-point half-time deficit to snatch their fourth North Premier League win of the season with a last-gasp penalty from Charles Morgan. Billingham, playing on their new 4G pitch, raced into a 22-3 half-time lead against an Ilkley team looking out of sorts. The home side were winning ball with alacrity and moving it at speed down along their skilful back line. Billingham looked more polished than any of Ilkley’s previous opponents.
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Selecting a term
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