1st XV - Match centre

Hull
Kendal
Full time
L Hayton
G Weightman
G Weightman
Sat 22 Apr 15:00 - RFU National League - National League 3 North

Hull 26 v 10 Kendal

Match Report contributed by Doug Coates

This match was covered by your long distance supporter
Who is filling in as your last match reporter.
The long trip to Hull seemed as attractive as a vulture
Even though Hull is the City of Culture.
After this report I will probably be sacked
So I must just keep to the facts.

The Kendal side were as selected so a good game was expected
Especially after the close result at Kendal as I remember,
Which was played way back last September.
The two sides were well matched in the early exchanges
With neither side actually getting their ranges.
After fifteen minutes a penalty to Kendal was awarded
But Chris Park hit the post and thus the first score was thwarted.

Within a minute, however, Kendal got the first score on the board
A neat drop goal from Glenn Weightman, over the bar it soared.
Seven minutes on and things became a little gloomy
Hull got a try out wide which was converted by standoff Tomasi Tanumi.
Seven three was now the score and Hull again were looking for more.

For the next ten minutes Hull were on top
With all their backs proving difficult to stop.
The next score went to Hull after about half an hour
Their winger Stephen Hyheta showing some real power.
This try was also converted so by now the score is fourteen three.
Two minutes before half time Hull scored another try from a rolling maul.
So twenty one three was their half time haul.

For the first quarter hour of the second half Kendal held them out
But Hull then hit back with another try by the same winger
This proved to be a bit of a stinger.
As Holmes, Dervey and Mark Carruthers entered the scene
Replacing Ross McKay, Parky and Duncan Green.

During the game Dini had made a few good breaks
But we needed another score for all our sakes.
Kendal maintained good pressure on the Hull line
Which certainly was a very good sign.

So right at the end of the game, and the season,
Leroy allowed us to cheer for good reason
By scoring a try from the back of a rolling maul
Glenn Weightman then completed our points scoring haul.

Having won the second half scoring by seven points to five
Proved, to me that the lads’ spirit continues to thrive.
So now we can look forward to establish ourselves at our new home
With also new pastures in which to roam.

Doug. Coates

KENDAL MAN OF THE MATCH : Glenn Weightman

ActionTeamNoNameTimeHullKen
D/GKendal10Glenn Weightman1503
TryHull?2353
ConHull10Tomasi Tanumi2473
TryHull?Stephen Hyheta34123
ConHull?35143
TryHull?38193
ConHull?39213
= = = = = = = = =HALF TIME213
TryHull?263
sub-onKendalGarry Holmes263
sub-offKendalDuncan Green263
sub-onKendalJohn Dervey263
sub-offKendalRoss McKay263
sub-onKendalMark Carruthers263
sub-offKendalChris Park263
TryKendal4Liam Hayton78268
ConKendal10Glenn Weightman792610
= = = = = = = = =FULL TIME2610

Kendal
15Chris Park
14Zane Butler
13Damian Armstrong
12Danny Barker
11Dini Noyo
10Glenn Weightman
9James Gough
1Glenn Chesher
2Duncan Green
3Dom Musetti
4Liam Hayton
5Ross McKay
6Will Montgomery
7Matty Houghton
8Chris Downham
subMark Carruthers
subGarry Holmes
subJohn Dervey


ELSEWHERE
Morley and Doncaster won against Stockport and Waterloo whilst Cleckheaton lost to Lymm, so it will be Cleckheaton joining Waterloo and Stockportin being religated.

The other unexpected result was Wirral beating Rossendale 42v14.

There could be a third Cumbria team in the league next season joining, us and Kirkby Lonsdale, as Penrith have a play off game against Birkenhead Park. Pocklington (between York and Beverley) are the other promoted team. Whilst Preston Grasshoppers (and Harrogate ?) and joining us from the League above,

Key moments

16:00
Drop Goal Glenn Weightman scores a drop goal for Kendal
79:00
Try Liam Hayton scores for Kendal
80:00
Conversion Glenn Weightman kicks a conversion for Kendal

Highlights

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80:00 +10:00 Player of the Match
Glenn Weightman is awarded player of the match for Kendal
80:00 Conversion 0 - 10
Glenn Weightman kicks a conversion for Kendal
79:00 Try 0 - 8
Liam Hayton scores for Kendal
60:00 Sub On
Garry Holmes is substituted on for Kendal
60:00 Sub On
John Dervey is substituted on for Kendal
60:00 Sub On
Mark Carruthers is substituted on for Kendal
End of period 1
16:00 Drop Goal 0 - 3
Glenn Weightman scores a drop goal for Kendal
Start of the game
Replay game

As it happened

  • Hull
  • Kendal
  • 0
  • Glenn Weightman Drop Goal 16:00'
  • Garry Holmes Sub On 60:00'
  • John Dervey Sub On 60:00'
  • Mark Carruthers Sub On 60:00'
  • Liam Hayton Try 79:00'
  • Glenn Weightman Conversion 80:00'
  • Glenn Weightman Player of the Match 80:00 +10:00'

Team selection

Park, Chris Park, Chris
Butler, Zane Butler, Zane
Armstrong, Damian Armstrong, Damian
Barker, Danny Barker, Danny
Noyo, Dini Noyo, Dini
Weightman, Glenn Weightman, Glenn
Gough, James Gough, James
Downham, Chris Downham, Chris
Houghton, Matty Houghton, Matty
Montgomery, Will Montgomery, Will
McKay, Ross McKay, Ross
Hayton, Liam Hayton, Liam
Musetti, Dom Musetti, Dom
Green, Duncan Green, Duncan
Chesher, Glenn Chesher, Glenn

League round up

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Lymm
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# Team Pl Pts
1. Huddersfield 26 124
2. Rossendale 26 99
3. Hull 26 97
4. Wirral 26 89
5. Billingham 26 87
6. Sandal 26 85
7. Kendal 26 65

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