Brett is star in RFU cup victory

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Tupton 1st XV 26,

St Leonards 5

(National RFU

Cup round two)

Tupton progressed in the cup by beating Staffordshire opposition and extended their unbeaten run to six games.

Man of the match was Brett Marriott who kicked a hat-trick of conversions and started the ball rolling by scoring the game’s opening try.

Other try scorers were skipper Lee Marriott, Jordan White and Ryan Martin.

Connell Siddal played well on his first-team debut.

On Saturday, Tupton travel to East Leake for a 3pm kick-off.

Old Spartans 7,

Chesterfield Panthers 2nds 46

Panthers proved too strong for Spartans who never gave up and scored a consolation try at the end.

Chesterfield try scorers were Adam Knights, Nathan Poulton, Ged Dernley, Liam Charlesworth, Danny Woolliscroft, Liam Alford 2 and Jordan Adams.

Conversions came from Chris Cooper 2 and Alford while man of the match was Steve Avenier.

Thanks go to Lee Whitemore and Gary Bates, who agreed to referee a half each.

Hope Valley 1sts 26,

Chester 3rds 12

Hope Valley maintained their unbeaten home record in a hard fought match at Castleton, watched by a large crowd in the autumn sun.

McGuigan bagged most points, scoring a try, slotting two conversions, a hat-trick of penalties and a drop goal.

Moseley also added a touchdown while Orton was man of the match.

Valley are at home on Saturday against Altrincham Kersal 3rd XV.

Chesterfield Panthers U16s 10, Belper U16s 12

Man of the match Danny Bates ran the length of the pitch to give Panthers a 5-0 half-time lead.

Belper came back with two tries before Chesterfield upped their game and Bates added another try out wide.

Chesterfield Panther U14s 20, Mellish U14s 5

Chesterfield came through their opening NLD Shield group game with a convincing performanmce.

Dan Germon scored a hat-trick of tries but the man of ther match award went to Declan Bates

Marple U15s 15,

Chesterfield Panthers U15s 5

The Panthers came up a very strong Marple side.

Their try came from James Marshall while the man of the match was Ben Curley.

The Bates family made a remarkable contribution to Chesterfield Panthers at the weekend.

Dad Gary refereed, played and coached while brothers Declan and Danny won man of the match awards for their respective teams.

Tupton 2nd XV 43,

Worksop 2nd XV 7

Tupton continued their unbeaten run with a convincing win over Worksop.

There were stand out performances from man of the match Sam Parkes who bagged a hat-trick of tries and skipper Chris Kirkwood who led the team well from scrum half.

Creswell 3rd XV 29,

Tupton 3rd XV 45

Tupton took the spoils in try fest at Creswell.

The visitors scored first, M. Proops finishing a break by man of the match Tom Schofield, but Creswell bounced back to lead 17-5 at half time.

And the hosts extended their lead to 24-5 before the fightback started

Among the try scorers were Dave Brignull, Proops, Tom Schofield, C. King and Nick Vardy.

Tupton U11s 25, Amber Valley 11s 0: Player of the match was Tom Curry as Tupton ran in five unanswered tries.

Other score: Tupton U7/8s 6, Amber Valley U 7/8s 3.