pic. twitter. com/rcEFUI4UDF — Caldy RFC (@CaldyRFC) April 23, 2022 Whilst matters at the top of National One were settled on Saturday, the attention nows turns to the bottom where Leeds Tykes have moved out of the relegation zone after defeating Darlington Mowden Park 30-15 on Friday night. The Yorkshire club have leapfrogged Blackheath and are now two points above the dotted line with a game in hand.
Stourbridge have secured a top four finish in National Two North as Matt Moseley's brace helped the Midlands side come from behind to beat Luctonians 31-24 whilst a late penalty for Chester against Fylde - who had Matt Garrod sent off - saw them rescue a 20-20 draw at Hare Lane. Elsewhere, Angus White's late try helped Tynedale to a narrow 27-24 win over Blaydon, Loughborough Students beat Bournville 19-16 and Wharfedale ran in eight tries to comfortably defeat Harrogate 56-18.
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Sale were fantastic on the day and caused us loads of problems, but we fixed the problems. I couldn't be any happier! We never thought it would happen. I don't think anyone in the club thought it would happen, but it has! " "I have had some great teams here at Caldy and I have met some top people over the years, but I wouldn't have rather won it with a different team, " added captain JJ Dickinson. "This is my childhood club and to find our way to the Championship with all my mates is just fairytale, isn't it? " WE ARE CHAMPIONS OF NATIONAL ONE. @Champrugby HERE WE COME.
I did it [gained promotion] with the I's way back so do it with these (Hull) is fantastic. " The race for the silver medal spot is still on as both Rotherham Titans (2nd) and third-placed Sedgley Park collected healthy wins in Round 29. Kieran Curran scored two of the Titans' seven tries during their 41-22 win away at Sheffield Tigers whilst Sedge saw off Huddersfield 35-7 at Lockwood Park, with the hosts having Laurence Sanderson red-carded.