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LYMM welcomed Morley to Beechwood and while the weather and pitch
conditions were good albeit there was an air of November gloom around
which, sadly, the Lymm performance, ultimately, did little to lift.
ON a dry, windy Autumnal day Lymm were not sure quite what to expect
from newly promoted Huddersfield YMCA but being pushed back in the scrum
in the early stages gave the visitors a foretaste of what was to come.
LYMM have only won once at Rossendale and that was a level 6 North West
One encounter 6/7 seasons ago and on Saturday they left Marl Pits
feeling very lucky to have taken 2 bonus points from such a lacklustre
THE long journey to South Shields for a National League 3 North
encounter with Westoe did not suppress Lymm's attractive and attacking
rugby, played in extremely gloomy conditions as they ran out winners