Impressive win for Sheffield

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Sheffield Tigers scored two tries to one but were edged out for the second time this season by Huddersfield, slipping to a 22-20 away defeat in National Two North.

Tigers led 17-12 at one stage, scoring an excellent try by centre John Buchanan, who made the second for fellow centre James Broadley. Jonny West kicked the rest of the points as Tigers salvaged a losing bonus.

Although restricted to one try - from scrum-half Matt Poste after 73 minutes - Sheffield pulled off an impressive 19-10 home victory over higher placed Percy Park in North One East.

Donal Collins kicked four penalties and a conversion.

Dinnington clinched their first away win of the season - 16-15 at North Ribblesdale - to move off the bottom of Yorkshire Division One.

Full-back Chris Williams kicked three penalties and then kept his nerve with the crucial conversion kick when centre John Summerville raced over for a try with 14 minutes remaining.

Barnsley picked up five points to consolidate their Yorkshire Two lead with a 38-17 win at Doncaster Phoenix.

Andrew Appleyard ran over a hat-trick for the visitors and the trusty boot of Patrick Jensen made a telling contribution. Andy Gaunt also scored a try.

Wath on Dearne scored six tries to one in a 34-10 win at Skipton.

Wath had tries from Adam West 2, Joe Earp, Matt Burrows, Ashley Rothery and Ben Myers with West and Earp among the goals.

Sheffield Medics pulled further clear of Rotherham Phoenix to make promotion look a formality when they scored a 52-13 Yorkshire Three win at home to Northallerton.

The Medics ran in eight tries, from Peter Goodwin 3, Robert Causer 2, Robert Conville, Henry Wyse and Alex Fawdry and James McLeod converted six out of eight.

Medicals, in second place and with a game in hand, are 16 points clear of Rotherham Phoenix following their 30-5 home defeat at mid-table Bramley Phoenix.

Mosborough had their work cut out to score a 15-10 Yorkshire Four win at bottom placed Stanley Rodillians.

Rodillians, with the wind in the first half, turned round 10-0 up but Mosborough with tries by Mick Davidson and Dale Adey who also kicked a penalty and a conversion.

Stocksbridge moved ahead of Garforth into fourth place - and still have two matches in hand - when they beat them 21-17 at Bolsterstone.

Back row forward Ricky Rowett and centre Ben Senior scored tries for Stocksbridge, with Scott Bowskill converting the former and slotting over three penalty goals.