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Fylde suffered their first defeat in nearly five months after going down 44-22 at promotion- chasing Loughborough Students. The Lancastrians had previously

reeled off 14 straight wins since being beaten at Westoe on November 20 to build up an almost unassailable lead at the top of National Two North. But they

can have no complaints about Saturdays defeat, their fate being effectively sealed by half- time when they trailed 24-3.

Leicester Lions are still 22 points adrift of Fylde in second despite claiming a bonus point win away to Morley. Westoe, like Loughborough Students, still boast

a 100% home record with the 48-24 win over Luctonians being their 13th success at Wood Terrace this season. Westoe blew the visitors away with a

devastating first half display which saw them bag the try bonus point inside the first 15 minutes.

Having brushed aside rock bottom Manchester the previous week, Caldy did not show any mercy either to Rugby Lions. The Lions, who will join Manchester

at a lower level next season, were on the back foot with as little as 38 seconds on the clock when Jack Collister went over for the first of 11 tries.

Nuneaton took a big step towards preserving their place in the division with a narrow win at Preston Grasshoppers, and Kendal secured their third win on the

bounce at home to Harrogate. An exciting Hull derby ended in a 22- all draw after ionians fought back from 19-7 down with 20 minutes left to play.

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