Booker runs in five tries

Chesterfield (red) v Belper 1sts(b&w)  rugby action.
Chesterfield (red) v Belper 1sts(b&w) rugby action.

Tupton Warriors

U10s 13,

Dronfield U10s 0

The Warriors turned in their best performance of the season and ran in 13 tries without response.

Leading the way was Ross Booker who crossed the line five times to take the man of the match award.

Other try scorers were Caleb Platts, Jack Neep, Jacob Bloor 2, Jake Stather and Harry Hole 3.

Ashby 1st XV 0,

Bakewell Mannerians 1st XV 46

Will Moroney gave a virtuoso display as a rejuvenated Mannerians outfit produced their best performance of the season so far

Moroney ran in a hat-trick of tries and kicked four conversions as well as a penalty.

Other points were added by Tom Oldfield and Tom Crapper who ran in two tries apiece.

Man of the match was Moroney.

Tupton 2nds 0,

Ripley Rhinos 1st XV 19

Rhinos travelled to Tupton for this Pennant League clash and came away with the points.

Tries for Ripley came from Dave Trubee, Tim Moll and Matt Upton.

Two conversions were kicked by Will Evans while the man of the match award went to Mitch Wilmott.

Ashfield 1st XV 0,

Amber Valley 7

Blustery conditions affected the game but with ten minutes remaining, Valley made the breakthrough.

Ady Head went over for a try and Matt Ardern kicked to conversion to five them a 7-0 victory.

Amber Valley 2nds 26,

Ashfield 2nds 15

Valley trailed at half time but battled back in the second half to earn the victory.

Tries came from Gareth Pilkington, Steve Leadbeater, Lewis Bunting and James Shepley.

Pilkington kicked two conversions.

Aldwinians 3rds 6,

Hope Valley 1st XV 17

Valley continued their dominance of Division Four East with a good victory.

Two tries came from J. McGuigan who also added a conversion while T. McGuigan kicked a penalty and a conversion.

Man of the match was S Boundy.

Valley host Rochdale 4ths on Saturday, kick off at 2.15pm.

Other score: Hope Valley Hawks 5, Lymm 4ths 41.

Matlock 3rd 55,

Dronfield 2nd XV 5

Dronfield never got out of the starting blocks against Matlock who are a higher placed league side.

Dronfield scored their only points from a line out when in a rolling maul veteran Terry Titley crashed over in the corner.

Adam Pedley hit the outside of the post as his conversion missed by the narrowest of margins.

Dronfield man of the match was debutant back rower John Hunt.